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ERIC Number: ED338292
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991-Oct
Pages: 49
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Focus: A Forum on Teaching and Learning in Utah Community Colleges. Volume IX, 1991.
Carpenter, Don A., Ed.
Focus: A Forum on Teaching and Learning in the Community Colleges, v9 Oct 1991
Originally designed as a vehicle for presenting all arguments regarding the creation of a community college system in Utah, "Focus" currently seeks to promote originality, innovation, and needed changes in the state's two-year colleges. The 1991 issue of this annual journal includes the following articles: (1) "Access, Quality and University Centers: Ongoing Tension in the Higher Education Agenda," by Don A. Carpenter, which discusses the problems inherent in balancing high quality education with open access; (2) "A Review of 'Focus': Past and Present," by Susan Burdett, which reviews the content and achievements of the journal over the past 10 years; (3) "Shared Learning," by Sharon L. Staples, which examines issues of faculty responsibility and student accountability; (4)"Unlearning in Order to Learn: Enhancing the Learning Environment," by Liz Montague, which discusses ways in which instructors may ignite the creative process in their students; (5) "The Functions of Literature: Primacy of Pleasure," by Edwin P. Reber, which conveys the value of literature; (6) "Teaching Social Sciences in Southeastern Utah," by Bob McPherson, which describes experiential learning at a college with meager library and reference facilities; (7) "Is the Curriculum Dead (or Just Comatose)? Humanities Course Options for Community Colleges," by Michael Kowalski, which presents suggestions for curriculum diversity in the Utah community colleges; (8) "Adjunct, Not Add Junk," by Brenda Bensch, which discusses the traditional and current roles of two-year college adjunct faculty; (9) "The Authority of Experience: Learning in the Introductory Women's Studies Course," by Linda E. Peterson, Kobi Gwinn, and John Stringham, which relates one professor's experience with a women's studies course; and (10) "Hypertext in the Learning Environment," by Christopher G. Jones and Daniel E. Masterson, Jr., which explores the effects of Hypertext on the world's proliferation of information. (JMC)
Utah System of Higher Education, 3 Triad Center, Suite 550, Salt Lake City, UT 84180.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Utah System of Higher Education, Salt Lake City.
Identifiers - Location: Utah