Tag: liberal arts

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By Patrick McClain on Oct 6th, 2014
What might scholarship look like for undergraduates in the next ten, maybe even fifteen years? In an article entitled ‘Digital literacy and the...
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By Amanda Hagood on Jun 27th, 2014
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The Associated Colleges of the South and the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education are proud to announce the publication of a...
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By Kipp Johnson on Feb 12th, 2014
Greetings from Palo Alto!As a participant in David's class at Stanford, I'm preparing a final project around identifying which metrics could be used...
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By Mark Sample on Nov 15th, 2013
The Davidson College Art Department is seeking a full-time visiting assistant professor for a two-year appointment in Davidson, N.C., non-renewable,...
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By Anne Ewbank on Apr 17th, 2013
You are a freshman at Occidental College. You chose the school for the beautiful campus, the small class size, and the feeling of wonder you got...
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By Bridget Draxler on Dec 7th, 2012
 Recent articles like this one have explored the connection between MOOCs and the liberal arts. Cathy Davidson has carried the conversation...
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By Michael Kramer on Sep 11th, 2009
Here's a new wiki (http://laadvisors.wiki.zoho.com/) focused on liberal arts education, and coordinated by the National Academic Advising Association...
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