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Introduction to “Second chance mentality: First chance reality” essay series for JSTOR Access in Prison
April 9, 2024

Introduction to “Second chance mentality: First chance reality” essay series for JSTOR Access in Prison

By Stacy Burnett, Senior Manager, JSTOR Access in Prison
"Second Chance Mentality: First Chance Reality," presented by JSTOR Access in Prison, is our 2024 contribution to Second Chance Month. Each week we will offer a direct portal into the minds and hearts of experts on incarceration who we hear about, but not from. I hope to foster a deeper understanding and human connection through the lens of prison-based education.

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February 20, 2024

Students need to learn how to read scholarly articles:
Here’s how technology can help

By Jeremy Dean, former Vice President of Education at Hypothesis, and Alex Humphreys, Vice President of Innovation at ITHAKA
Discover how technology like generative AI can aid students in understanding complex concepts while emphasizing the importance of close reading and deep engagement. Explore the potential of social annotation technology in learning to read challenging scholarly materials.

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