Resources for General Education Reform

The following materials have been made available to you via Lovejoy Library Course Reserves. Instructions on how to access Course Reserves are at the bottom of this page.

 

Art & Science of Assessing General Education Outcomes: A Practical 
Guide. Andrea Leskes and Barbara D. Wright. 
Call number: LB2331.63.L472005 
Challenge of Connecting Learning. Project on Liberal Learning. 
Call Number: P.C. 229 

Civic Responsibility and Higher Education. Thomas Ehrlich.

Call Number: P.C. 237

 

Consultation Report on the General Education Program Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. Call number: 1148

 

Contesting the Boundaries of Liberal and Professional Education. Peter Marsh. Call Number: P.C. 236

 

Core Curriculum and Cultural Pluralism. Call number: PC255

 

Experimental College. Alexander Meiklejohn. Call Number: LD6130.M4

 

Freshman Year Experience. John Gardner. Call Number: P.C. 232

 

Gender, Science & the Undergraduate Curriculum: Building Two-Way Streets. Caryn McTighe Musil, editor. Call number: Q183.3.A1G462001

 

General Education: A Self-Study Guide for Review & Assessment. Andrea Leskes and Ross Miller. Call number: LC985.L462005

 

General Education: The Changing Agenda. Jerry G. Gaff. Call number: LC.985.G341999 

 

General Education and Student Transfer: Fostering Intentionality and Coherence in State Systems. Robert Schoenberg, editor. Call number: LC985.G452005

 

General Education and the Assessment Reform Agenda. Peter Ewell. 
Call number: LC985.E942004 

General Education in an Age of Student Mobility: An Invitation to 
Discuss Systemic Curricular Planning. essays by Robert Schoenberg
and others. Call number: LC985.G462001
Globalizing Knowledge: Connecting International & Intercultural 
Studies. Grant H. Cornwell and Eve W. Stoddard. 
Call number: LC1090.C67 

Goals of the SIUE General Education Program. Call number: 1147

How College Affects Students. Ernest Pascarella.

Call Number: P.C. 234

 

Integrative Learning: Mapping the Terrain. Mary Taylor Huber and
Pat Hutchings. Call number: LB2361.5.H832004
Interdisciplinary Courses and Team Teaching. James R. Davis.
Call Number P.C.230 

 

Interdisciplinary: History, Theory, and Practice. Julie Thompson Klein. Call Number: P.C. 235

 

Learning for the Common Good. Thomas Jeavons. Call Number: P.C. 227

 

Learning to Think: Disciplinary Perspectives. Janet Gail Donald.

Call Number: LB1060.D642002

 

Levels of Assessment: From the Student to the Institution. 
Ross Miller and Andrea Leskes. Call number: LB2331.63.M552005

 

Liberal Education and Global Community. Martha Nussbaum.

Call Number: 530

 

Liberal Education Outcomes: A Preliminary Report on 
Student Achievement in College. Association of American Colleges 
and Universities. Call number: LB2331.63.L532005

Liberal Learning and the Arts of Connection for the New Academy. 
Call number: PC256

 

Lives of Moral Leadership. Robert Coles. Call Number: P.C. 233

 

Mapping Interdisciplinary Studies. Call number: PC257

 

New Vitality in General Education: Planning, Teaching, and Supporting Effective Liberal Learning. Task Group on General Education. Call Number: LC985.N481988 (2 copies available)

 

Proposal for General Education. Call number: 1146 
Putting Liberal Education on the Radar Screen. Carol Schneider. 
Call Number: 531 

Reports From the Fields. Call number: PC259

 

Senior Year Experience. John Gardner. Call Number: P.C. 226

 

Service Learning and Learning Communities: Tools for Integration 
and Assessment. Karen Kashmanian Oates and Lynn Hertrick Leavitt. 
Call number: LC220.5.O282003

 

Strong Foundations. Call Number: P.C. 228.

 

Taking Responsibility for the Quality of the Baccalaureate Degree. 
Call number: LB2331.63.T352004

Thinking About Teaching and Learning. Call number: P.C.231

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Experimental Studies Symposium. Experimental Studies Symposium, 1st, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. Call Number: LA228.E91970 (3 copies available)

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Black Studies in Liberal Education. Henry Richards. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education:Comment on Liberal Education. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Comprehensive Plan of Liberal Education for a Technocratic Society. Kenneth Myers. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Contributions of Biology to a Liberal Education. Gertraude Wittig. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Damn the System. King Cheek. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Greek Paideia. Gertrude Drake. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Introduction. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Liberal Arts and Liberal Education. John Ellsworth. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Liberal Education and Social Responsibility. Stephen Baratz. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Liberal Education for World Citizenship. Fela Sowande. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Liberal Means Disciplined. Fritz Marti. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: On Being Part of the Whole. George Linden. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Science for General Students. Steven Sanders. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Status of “Community” in Modern Liberal Education. John Reiner. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Toward a “New” Liberal Education. Thomas Powell. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: Towards Postindustrial Man. Peter Rossi. Available Electronically.

 

Toward a New Liberal Education: What an Ideal Teacher Does. Merrill Harmin. Available Electronically.

 

Warming the Climate for Women in Academic Science. Angela B. Ginorio.
Call number: Q130.G561995 

 

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