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Show 32: Annotated Bibliography: Becoming a Leadership Expert

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Geneva College MSOL Degree

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Most of the MSOL program is directed study. All students take 10 courses with a set syllabus that is the same for all. There is one aspect of the program, however, where the students pick a topic of interest, read 30 academic or scholarly articles, and submit a one-page summary of each one of the 30 readings. These are called annotated bibliographies and give the student a chance to excel and become an expert of sorts in their chosen topic. John is joined by one current student and one MSOL graduate on today's show to talk about their experience with the annotated bibliography portion of the MSOL program.

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