General Education:

1. Cuevas, Nuria M. and Alexei G. Matveev, and Khadijah O. Miller. “Mapping General Education Outcomes in the Major: Intentionality and Transparency.” Peer Review, AAC&U, Winter 2010, pp.10‐15.

2. Summerfield, Judith. “The General Education Project: The Second Phase, August 2007 –2010.”

3. Tsou, Ming‐Hsiang and Ken Yano. “Enhancing General Education with Geographic Information Science and Spatial Literacy.” Urban & Regional Information Systems Association Journal, Vol. 22, No. 2, 2010, pp. 45‐54.

4. Wehlburg, Catherine M. “Integrated General Education: A Brief Look Back.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning, no. 121, Spring 2010, pp. 3‐11.

5. Laird, Thomas F. Nelson and Amy K. Garver. “The Effect of Teaching General Education Courses on Deep Approaches to Learning: How Disciplinary Context Matters.” Research in Higher Education, Vol. 51, 2010, pp. 248–265.

6. Hawthorne, Joan, and Anne Kelsch, and Tom Steen. “Making General Education Matter: Structures and Strategies.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning, no. 121, Spring 2010, pp. 23‐33.

7. Brint, Steven, and Kristopher Proctor, and Scott Patrick Murphy, and Lori Turk‐Bicakci, and Robert A. Hanneman. “General Education Models: Continuity and Change in the U.S. Undergraduate Curriculum, 1975–2000.” The Journal of Higher Education, Vol. 80, No. 6, 2009, pp. 605‐642.

8. White, John. “Why General Education? Peters, Hirst and History.” Journal of Philosophy of Education, Vol. 43, No. S1, 2010, pp. 123‐141.

9. David, Debra, and Janet Hecsch, and William Loker, and Ken O’Donnell, and Sara A. Trechter, and Terry Underwood, and Alexandria White. “Putting High‐Impact Practices and Inclusive Excellence at the Center of GE Reform: Lessons from the California State University LEAP Initiative.” Peer Review, AAC&U, Spring 2011, pp. 22‐25.

10. Rhodes, Terry. “Since We Seem to Agree, Why Are theOutcomes So Difficult to Achieve?” New Directions for Teaching and Learning, no. 121, Spring 2010, pp. 13‐21.

11. Bernal‐Carlo, Amanda, and Sarah Brennan, and Patricia Frenz‐Belkin, and Richard Gampert, and Carl James Grindley, and Isabel Li, and Christine Mangino, and Lucinda Zoe. “Pulling It All Together: Connecting Liberal Arts Outcomes with Departmental Goals through General Education.” Peer Review, AAC&U, Winter 2010, pp. 27‐29.

Hands‐On Education:

1. Slevin, James. “E‐learning and the Transformation of Social Interaction in Higher Education.” Learning, Media and Technology, Vol. 33, No. 2, June 2008, pp.115‐126.

2. Toth, Eva Erdosne, and Becky L. Morrow, and Lisa R. Ludvico. “Designing Blended Inquiry Learning in a Laboratory Context: A Study of Incorporating Hands‐On and Virtual Laboratories.” Innovative Higher Education, Vol. 33, 2009, pp. 333–344.

3. Terenzini, Patrick T. “Research and Practice in Undergraduate Education: And Never the Twain Shall Meet?” Higher Education, pp. 33‐48.

4. Lang, Susan S. “Turning Manhattan into a Learning Laboratory.” Human Ecology, Spring 1994, Vol. 22, Issue 2.

Social Media in Education:

1. Blankenship, Mark. “How Social Media Can and Should Impact Higher Education.” The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, Vol. 21, Nov. 29, 2010, pp.11‐12.

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