During our recent meeting with Dean Fawson, he indicated that the Faculty Learning Community has his full support!
What can we do in the Learning Community?
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Cynthia Chandler, email@example.com
KayDee Caywood, firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Education
Preliminary Results (Caywood & Keeler, 2013)
Increase in communication, collaboration and
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