The University of Minnesota has started a digital audio initiative. Among other things, it is used to distribute independent and distance learning material in audio format. Some of the initial course offerings available include several writing and literature courses, including a survey of science fiction and fantasy and a course on “literary aspects of journalism.” Non-lit classes include death and dying in contemporary society and fundamentals of music.
Maybe this is something South Dakota’s Electronic University Consortium might consider.
(Thanks to Grumpy Old Bookman for the initial lead on this.)
His brain has been mismanaged with great skill.
“License to Kill,” Bob Dylan, Infidels