ERIC Number: ED023371
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Aug
Reference Count: 0
Selected Papers from Northern Illinois University Community College Conferences, 1967-1968.
Northern Illinois Univ., De Kalb. Community Coll. Services.
The first seven papers of this conference deal with the junior college foundation, its value, functions, organization, and examples of by-laws. Two papers discuss the scope and development of a speech course. Five papers examine the requirements of the library as a multi-media center, housing not only books but also films, records, tapes, etc. and point out that the library must make allowance for increased automation of its services. These papers redefine both the library's and librarian's functions and cover the planning, philosophically and architecturally, of a learning center, faculty attitudes and involvement, and the ideal and efficient use of a resource center. Two papers discuss the college board; one tells how to achieve a good relationship between the board and the president; the other describes in detail the structure of a junior college board in Illinois. Another speech gives an example of how to organize work-study programs in cooperation with industry, and still another looks at the president in the roles of consultant and delegator. The final paper addresses the conference on the community college mission in a time of special revolution. (HH)
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Authoring Institution: Northern Illinois Univ., De Kalb. Community Coll. Services.