Random House held its second meeting of its now newly-expanded Common Reading Advisory Board in the RH headquarters in New York City from October 24th-26th. The board was launched in 2010 as a way for Random House, a trade book publisher, to better understand and serve common reading programs across the nation. This past week’s intensive meeting included program directors hailing from a variety of geographical, institutional and program level backgrounds.
The summit featured intensive discussions about topics of important to common reading programs, such as: selecting a book, hosting an author and developing innovative programming. One topic of particular interest was the way in which common reading programs can better engage colleagues at an intra-institutional level. The meeting helped to deepen Random House’s connection to and understanding of this important university program, and has yielded a great number of ideas that Random House and the RH Common Reading Advisory Board will implement in the coming months. Stay tuned for more details in the future….
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