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Name: Max UWP 22 Reading 2 – “The Net Generation Goes to College” Scott Carlson, 2005 Pages 99-100 – “ After you read ” exercise Instructions: Reading 2 includes various people’s perspectives. Fill in the chart with notes/information about each person’s perspective or opinion. Name Who is he/she? (Title or position) In your own words, summarize the person’s perspective or opinion. Richard T. Sweeny University librarian at the New Jersey Institute of Technology Since millennials deserve the right to decide which the way they are going to be educated, more electronical methods should be taken by colleges. Michael Gorman Dean of library services at California state University at Fresno and president of the American Library Association Colleges are not supposed to make huge changes to meet the requirement from millennials, and the idea posted by millennials is self-centered. Naomi S. Baron A linguistics professor at American University Administrators are pushing professors to change their ways of
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Unformatted text preview: teaching too hard, and using digital methods may not help because of the lack of discipline in millennials. Marc Prensky A video-game designer and futurist whom Mr. Sweeney cites in conversation and in articles Traditional education does not treat young people in a serious way, which may sometimes kill the creativity in millennials. Currently, people don’t really think about why children should be educated, and traditional education helps children learn too slowly. Stefannie A. Miller A 21-year-old senior at Case Western Reserve University She has known some of her classmates made their own major and changed their lives. Also, marketing and hook are important. Mark Turner Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Students are under a lot of pressure of preparing themselves for the future. The world is changing, and students are using many digital devices in their daily lives. Also. Students prefer multimedia....
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