ERIC Number: ED440720
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999-Oct
Reference Count: N/A
A Compendium of Learning Resources on Community Colleges Affiliated with the State University of New York.
Robbins, Cornelius V., Ed.
This document is a three-part compendium of learning resources on community colleges affiliated with the State University of New York (SUNY). It begins with an introduction providing background information on the SUNY community colleges, then provides a collection of articles and reference materials concerning the colleges. Titles include: "Teaching the Humanities and the Technologies in the 21st Century: A Faculty Development Project"; "Cayuga Community College 1994-95 Annual Report"; "On the Move: the Community Colleges of SUNY"; "School/College Partnership: Writing Across the Curriculum, Grades 9-14"; "A Review of SUNY's Transfer and Articulation Policies and Enrollment Initiatives: How Effectively Are These Initiatives Serving Transfer Students?"; "The Business of Teaching";"Inmate Education in the SUNY System"; "Program Designs to Support Welfare Recipients"; "SUNY's Community Colleges: An Introduction to Legal Resources"; "Suffolk's Eastern Campus Retention Program"; "SUNY Community College Topical Papers 1-4"; "Autonomy and Accountability"; "Community Colleges Funding History 1948-49 to 1995-96"; "We Must Think First of the Individual Student"; "Schenectady County Community College 1993-94 Planning Document"; "Information Packet for Presidential Searches"; "Democracy's Colleges"; "Collective Bargaining Directory"; "Higher Education in Crisis"; "A Study of Institutional Autonomy in the Community College and its Relationship to Administrative Judgements of Institutional Effectiveness"; "The Economic Impact of SUNY's Community Colleges on the State of New York"; and "The Economic Impact of the SUNY on the State of New York in 1992-93." (YKH)
Descriptors: Accountability, Articulation (Education), Collective Bargaining, Community Colleges, Economic Impact, Faculty Development, Institutional Autonomy, Instructional Effectiveness, Journal Articles, Legal Aid, Local Issues, Partnerships in Education, School Holding Power, Transfer Policy, Transfer Students, Two Year Colleges, Welfare Recipients
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Albany.