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Govdoc-L, Raleigh Muns Dec 1991

Govdoc-L, Raleigh Muns

Raleigh Muns

Review of BITNET discussion group GOVDOC-L. Discussion revolve around identifying and solving issues related to the dissemination of US Federal Government information.


Pacs-L, Raleigh Muns Nov 1991

Pacs-L, Raleigh Muns

Raleigh Muns

Review of BITNET discussion group PACS-L. The list is officially described as dealing "with all computer systems that libraries make available to their patrons, including CD-ROM databases, computer assisted instruction (CAI or ICAI) programs, expert systems, hypermedia programs, library microcomputer facilities, local databases ..." (see Diane Kovacs' DIRECTORY OF SCHOLARLY ELECTRONIC CONFERENCES, Kent State University, c1991).


Internationalism, Diversity, And Multiculturalism: Are They Compatible?, Michael Smithee Mar 1991

Internationalism, Diversity, And Multiculturalism: Are They Compatible?, Michael Smithee

Michael B. Smithee

This article is a qualitative study that explores the definitions and meanings of these three terms, and explains how a variety of higher education institutions organize their approaches to these terms.


Introduction, Irving Epstein Mar 1991

Introduction, Irving Epstein

Irving Epstein

No abstract provided.


Educating China's Disadvantaged Youth: A Case Of Modernization And Its Discontents, Irving Epstein Mar 1991

Educating China's Disadvantaged Youth: A Case Of Modernization And Its Discontents, Irving Epstein

Irving Epstein

No abstract provided.


Fundraising And Ethics, Harlan Stelmach Jan 1991

Fundraising And Ethics, Harlan Stelmach

Harlan Stelmach

In this timely and basic resource, a diverse collection of essays defines the ethical issues in 17 central areas of concern and offers a starting point for means of resolution or policy development in regard to them. The topics include: the social responsibility of colleges and universities on issues such as South Africa, sexual harassment, cheating and plagiarism, faculty evaluation, development and fund raising, admission, problems encountered in scientific research, special concerns related t the presidency, athletics, affirmative action, multicultural and ethnic relations and academic planning. This volume also includes three issues that have emerged in the last several years ...


An Unquiet Pedagogy : Transforming Practice In The English Classroom, Eleanor Kutz, Hephzibah Roskelly Dec 1990

An Unquiet Pedagogy : Transforming Practice In The English Classroom, Eleanor Kutz, Hephzibah Roskelly

Eleanor Kutz

An Unquiet Pedagogy argues for a new approach to teaching English in the high school and college classroom, one that reconceives the relationship of literacy and the learner. The title is taken from an essay by Paulo Freire in his book with Donaldo Macedo entitled Literacy: Reading the Word and the World. Like Freire, the authors believe that pedagogy must be critical -- that it must examine the assumptions that teachers and students bring to any educational enterprise, that it must take into account the contexts of learners' lives, and that it must question, rather than quietly accept, existing practices. Voices ...