Category Archives: Higher Education Books

In a new series , Vitae asks academics, administrators, and Ph.D.’s in the nonacademic world to pick the five books that most influenced them in some aspect of their operate, professional life, and profession —

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Richard A. DeMillo has held senior positions in academia, industry, and government. In this significantly-required book, authors D. Randy Garrison and Norman D. Vaughan present the foundational study, theoretical framework, scenarios, principles, and practical recommendations

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Intense competition has been spawned by the eBook marketplace that was growing among eReader makers. Nearly all top device makers, like Amazon and Barnes & Noble, have a variety of styles of eReaders targeting various

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Robert Grudin, received a PhD in Comparative Literature, and wrote books about the Time and the Art of Living, The Grace of Excellent Items: Creativity and Innovation, and On Dialogue: An Essay in Free of

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The Council for the Advancement of Requirements in Greater Education (CAS), a consortium of specialist associations in higher education, promotes the use of its professional standards for the development, assessment, and improvement of top quality

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