ERIC Number: ED342454
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Reference Count: N/A
Colleague: An Annual Collection of Articles on Academic and Administrative Issues Facing Community Colleges of the State University of New York.
Burns, Charles A., Ed.; And Others
This journal presents a cross-section of current ideas on how to teach and advise community college students and promote positive social interactions with the local community. The issue contains: (1) "Characteristics of an Excellent Teacher," by Cherie Corr, Joan Shack, and Anthony Walsh; (2) "Information Literacy: Progress and Prospects in the Community College Library," by Rosanne Kalick and Joseph Hankin; (3) "Serving the Community and Local Industry: Factory-Based ESL (English as a Second Language) Instruction," by Stephen M. Drinane; (4) "Assessing Student Development in a Community College Setting," by Howard Himelstein and Carol Stevens; (5) "Academic Advising Can Have a Positive Impact on Student Enrollment: The Results of an Integrated Admissions and Counseling Process on Student Enrollment," by Alan Seidman; (6) "Research Papers in History, Government and Economics at Dutchess Community College," by Christopher A. Robbins; (7) "A Rationale for Granting Academic Credit for College Success Courses," by Douglas A. Kenny; (8) "Educating for Peace: An Empowerment Approach," by Peter Sanzen; and (9) "Experiential Learning through Community Service: The Student Literacy Corps," by Richard Courage. (JSP)
Descriptors: Academic Advising, College Instruction, College Libraries, Community Colleges, Developmental Studies Programs, English (Second Language), Experiential Learning, Instructional Innovation, Library Services, Remedial Instruction, School Business Relationship, Student Evaluation, Student Participation, Student Recruitment, Teacher Characteristics, Teaching Methods, Two Year Colleges, Writing Instruction, Writing Skills
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Albany.