Improving the Environment for Learning: Academic Leaders Talk About What Works
Identifies optimal practices or benchmarks for creating a quality learning environment and outlines steps faculty and administrators can take to strengthen student learning on their own campuses. Integrates the rich literature of teaching and learning with the findings from in-depth interviews with faculty and administrators at four of America's premier research institutions, and offers practical, real-life solutions for meeting student learning challenges.
Donald, Janet, "Improving the Environment for Learning: Academic Leaders Talk About What Works" (1997). Centers for Teaching and Technology - Book Library. 58.