ODU students to write book in 24 hours together Wednesday
The entire student body of Old Dominion University, along with faculty and staff, are all potential co-authors in a new book. This book will be written in 24 hours.
It all started today in the learning commons at Perry Library.
The school community is teaming up to write a book together.
The project is an e-book and while people are in the library, a lot of the work is being done online through Google Documents.
Anyone with an ODU email address can take part.
The e-book is called “You are Where” and is an exercise that stresses connecting whether it be in person or online.
The book is set to be finished tomorrow at 1 p.m.
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