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The Learner's Journey:

The Learner's Journey
Critical Thinking & Learning Strategies for College Studies
Fall 2024 (DL - Distance Learning/ONLINE) 

Professor Panaccione

The Learner's Journey: LIBA 1000-600 CRN# 35805 (DL/Online)

The Learner's Journey:  LIBA 1000-602   CRN# 37538 (DL/ Online)

NEW: The Global Edge: LIBA 1500-600 CRN #38380 Learn more! 

Let your curiosity guide you through this multi-disciplinary course, taught by Professor Carol A. Panaccione. To read more from students who have completed this course, please click here: Students' reflections on their experience after having taken "The Learner's Journey"

This 3-credit fully online course, which meets JAA elective requirements, has been designed by Professors Panaccione, Apshaga, and Lilli to assist you to reach your academic goals and to provide you with more effective strategies for succeeding in a college environment and maximizing your own unique potential. 

The Learner's Journey course will help you:

  • Discover your unique learning style
  • Find your own voice in the classroom
  • Improve your communication skills
  • Acquire useful critical thinking and learning strategies
  • Collaborate with a team of peers
  • Conduct multi-faceted analyses of texts

Texts used in this course focus on transformational journeys and may include the writings of Joseph Campbell, Plato, Paulo Coelho, Langston Hughes and Dr. Martin Luther King. To read more from students who have completed this course, please click here: Student Reflections - The Learner's Journey

If you wish to explore the development of the "Learner's Journey" course content, please click here: "Learner's Journey: CCRI." 

"... if you do follow your bliss you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the while, waiting for you, and the life that you ought to be living is the one you are living. When you can see that, you begin to meet people who are in your field of bliss, and they open doors to you. I say, follow your bliss and don't be afraid, and doors will open where you didn't know they were going to be.” – Joseph Campbell "The Power of Myth"