In an era when college students’ analogue reading is in steady decline, professors and classroom teachers of all stripes face increasing challenges to student engagement, comprehension, and community-building. This article describes an engaging collaborative practice that addresses challenges to students’ sustained and careful reading in the digital age. The pedagogy, “collective close reading” (CCR), brings students back to challenging texts by providing them with places for and the means of critical intervention and dynamic contribution.

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