ERIC Number: ED479828
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
Catalyst: Inquiry for Change, 2001.
Hopkins, Ruth A.; Prins, Esther
This document contains a series of 2001 research briefs, Catalyst: Inquiry for Change (Volume 1), that is part of a research project supported by the Institute for Community College Development at Cornell University, New York. The Institute's research projects are stakeholder driven for the purpose of researching areas of the most interest to community colleges and their peer institutions in terms of social, economic, and policy considerations for bringing about change. The Catalyst offers Institute research project summaries. The Catalyst will be disseminated to community college presidents, senior administrators in institutional research, student development, business, academic affairs, and faculty. The first in the series of research briefs produced in 2001 (Volume 1, Number 1) is titled: "Performance Based Funding: What Indicators Do U.S. Community College Systems Use?" (Ruth A. Hopkins). The second brief in the series (Volume 1, Number 2) is titled: "The Relationship Between Institutional Mission, Service, and Service-Learning at Community Colleges in New York State" (Esther Prins). The next brief (Volume 1, Number 3) is titled: "Decision-Making for Partnership Engagement by SUNY Community College Presidents" (Esther Prins). The last brief in the series (Volume 1, Number 4) is titled "Connecting the Classroom to the Community: Community College Professors' Experiences in Service Learning" (Esther Prins). (NB)
Descriptors: Accountability, College Faculty, Community Colleges, Community Needs, Community Role, Competency Based Education, Consortia, Cooperative Programs, Educational Finance, Institutional Mission, Mentors, School Community Programs, Service Learning, Two Year Colleges
For full text of each research brief: http://www.iccd.cornell.edu/DisplayAPage.cfm?MenuID=121.
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Research
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Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Ithaca. School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell Univ.