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Launching a New Paradigm for Reading with Chaek-goht-gahn
By Lee Sung-hyun  |  josephlee5@hanyang.ac.kr
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[318호] 승인 2013.06.03  
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  The ERICA Academic Information Center and Library introduced a new reading program called Chaek-goht-gahn this semester. Chaek-goht-gahn can be translated as “book warehouse” in English. It aims to promote active discussion among Hanyangians through the development of an original program to replace the sporadic discussion that occurred online. Because Chaek-goht-gahn has been officially designated the main reading-related activity of the year, the program will be able to more effectively encourage Hanyangians to read and as a result, attain indirect experiences and knowledge not necessarily related to their majors.
  Reading Forum, one of programs of Chaek-goht-gahn, consists of 200 Hanyangians and 20 professors. In that program, the participants are divided into 100 groups each of which consists of ten students and one professor.  Books are selected depending on interests and time schedules, and discussions are then held with the designated professor.
Shin Nam-ho, a staff member from the library said that there is a hope of creating a community where both professors and students can get involved. By doing so, students can improve their reading skills while also developing good relationships with the professors. Shin added, “We live in an era of diverse and creative ideas and I think books can play an important role in enhancing the creativity of students.”
  In addition to the discussion session, Chaek-goht-gahn is also offering four lectures this semester from well –known individuals. This past March, a lecture from prominent author Jin Chung-kwon was given to Hanyangians and the attendance was higher than ever.

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