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ERIC Number: ED070423
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 196
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Kerygma and Creativity at Antioch-Columbia.
Hebert, Tom
This document presents a creatively written description of Antioch College in Columbia, Maryland, written by a college consultant who was hired as a consultant to the governing council of the college to make an analysis of the college's governance system and the learning and social environment of the school. The author describes how the institution communicates with itself and with the outside; how the physical environment works--whether for the benefit of the organization or to its detriment; the institution's political processes; how the institution defines its business or purpose; how the institution supports its clients; how the college supports learning; what students do with their time; and finally, he addresses the question of whether or not the college is a fit place to be. The format of the document would be of interest to college and university administrators who are looking for promotional techniques, and the method that the author uses to gather information for his study and end product would be of great interest to educational researchers and developers both within and outside of college communities. (Author/HS)
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Identifiers - Location: Maryland