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    and learning plus at least two of the following are identified
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    • interdisciplinary approach
    • detailed bibliography
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  • A journal is noteworthy when content supports instruction
    and learning plus at least two of the following are identified
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    • peer-blind reviews
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Teaching the Whole Student: Engaged Learning With Heart, Mind, and Spirit
by David Schoem, Christine Modey, Edward P. St. John (eds.)
Stylus Publishing in association with AAC&U
Dynamic Lecturing: Research-Based Strategies to Enhance Lecture Effectiveness
by Christine Harrington, Todd Zakrajsek
Stylus Publishing
MLA Handbook    8th edition
by Modern Language Association

The Modern Language Association, the authority on research
and writing, takes a fresh look at documenting sources in the
eighth edition of the MLA Handbook. In this groundbreaking
new edition of its best-selling handbook, the MLA recommends
one universal set of guidelines that writers can apply to any
type of source.    ISBN: 9781603292627
Flipped Learning: A Guide for Higher Education Faculty
by Robert Talbert (Author), Jon Bergmann (Foreword)
Stylus Publishing
Failure. The Federal Misedukation of America’s Children
by Vicki E. Alger
Publisher: Independent Institute
If Your Telephone Isn’t Working, Please Call the Office
by JT Victor
Archway Publishing - Simon & Schuster
Why Students Resist Learning:
A Practical Model for Understanding & Helping Students
Edited by Anton O. Tolman, Janine Kremling
Stylus Publishing—a leading independent U.S. publisher of books on higher education
Teachers, Leaders, and Schools. Essays by John Dewey
Southern Illinois University Press
Most Likely to Succeed: Preparing Our Kids for the Innovation Era
by Tony Wagner & Ted Dintersmith
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Igniting Brilliance. Integral Education for the 21st Century
Integral Publishers
Publishing your Medical Research Paper
Williams and Wilkins
How Students Learn. History, Mathematics, and Science in the Classroom
The National Academies Press

Download FREE online version from The National Academies Press
Intellectual Property on Campus. Students’ Rights and Responsibilities
Southern Illinois University Press
        Sound Instruction Series Sound Instruction Books
        XIV -- STEM PART 2
                      Foreword coming: winter 2017 - spring 2018
        XIII -- SOTL PART 3
                      Foreword by Deborah McCarthy, Ph. D.
        XII -- SOTL PART 2
                      Foreword by James W. Jones, Ed.D.
        XI -- How-tos
                      Foreword by Marilyn Lockhart, Ed. D.
        X -- Health
                      Foreword by Elizabeth Wadlington, Ph.D.
        IX -- STEM PART 1
                      Preface by Steve S. Pec
        VIII -- Diversity
                      Preface by Thalia M. Mulvihill, Ph.D.
        VII -- SOTL PART 1
                      Introduction by C. A. McCollough, PhD.
        VI -- Students
                      Foreword by Denise McDonald, Ed.D.
        V -- Language
                      Introduction by R. L. Chism, Ph.D.
                      Preface Anna Franca Plastina, et al
        IV -- Writing Center
                      Foreword by Karen Johnson, Ed.D.
        III -- Collaboration
                      Preface by Melody D'Ambrosio Deprez, Ed.D.
        II -- Ready to Use PART 2
                      Preface (pdf file) by Melinda R. Pierson, Ph.D.
        I -- Ready to Use PART 1
                      Preface by Linda Serra Hagedorn, Ph.D.

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