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Using the models in this resource, you’ll be equipped to provide your adjunct faculty with support and pedagogical assistance.
A must-have for every new or seasoned online instructor to be successful and engaging in an online educational environment.
Discover the groundbreaking skills and techniques needed to be a successful online instructor.
This report clearly demonstrates why remedial education is so vital to our nation’s workforce.
Capitalize on today’s high level of interest in developmental education among public decision makers and community college leaders with the guidance of McCabe’s Yes We Can!
Page after page of insights compose this helpful resource for campuses eager to move forward with diversity initiatives.
Leading specialists in academic advising describe five programs that have been judged by a national panel as among the most outstanding or exemplary in the country. Also includes an updated version of the original 1972 "O'Banion model" and data from the Center for Community College Student Engagement.
Set includes Encouraging Civility as a Community College Leader, Fostering Civility, and To Be Honest: Championing Academic Integrity in Community Colleges.
Engage students, celebrate learning, and develop your students’ skills when you combine the theory and practice in this guide.
Discover successful strategies for maintaining and encouraging an atmosphere of civility on campus or in the community.
Comprehensive, practical, and user-friendly, this fieldbook is crafted by two experienced online instructors detailing the history and proper methodology for distance learning.
A common-sense approach to foster and maintain a civil environment in the classroom and on campus.
This report is but the beginning of the community college transformation story.
Students have important stories to tell about their experiences and these voices can help point the way toward far better outcomes for students.
Read concrete examples, both positive and negative, resources and recommendations to helpcommunity colleges take the measures needed to ensure academic integrity on their campuses.