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From: Jennifer A Kreml <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: CRDEUL Monograph- Call for Submissions
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CRDEUL Monograph
***Call for Submissions***
Histories of Developmental Education

We encourage and invite developmental educators across the country to
contribute to the second independent monograph in a series sponsored by the
Center for Research in Developmental Education and Urban Literacy (CRDEUL).
The goal of these monographs is to build strong research and theoretical
foundations in the field of developmental education from the perspectives
of teachers, researchers, and support services specialists.

The second monograph will feature a series of "histories" written by
developmental educators based on their work with specific local programs,
national centers and organizations, and with students themselves. Our
histories are rich and divergent in perspective, and it is important that
we make these histories visible to represent the collective efforts and
contributions members of our profession have made to this field. We
particularly encourage authors to write histories that have not yet been
articulated, or that will be influential and inspiring to a wider audience.

Examples of historical accounts might include, but are not limited to:
National organizations and centers
Developmental education within statewide systems of higher education
Two- and four-year institutional contexts
Local programs
International perspectives
Curriculum reform movements (trends and innovations)
Evolving definitions, research, and theory in developmental education
Notable "heroes" in the field (visible and invisible contributions,
students and teachers)
Historical tensions, struggles, debates, and departures
K-12/postsecondary connections and relationships
Working with the community (histories of access, equality)
Landmark scholarly texts and curriculum materials (and their impact)
Assessment initiatives and economic histories
Learning assistance centers and support services (advising, bridge
Policy and legislation (political events, social issues, legal rulings)

Submissions must be postmarked by April 2, 2001.

For further information, contact Dana Lundell at (612) 626-8706, or stop by
333 Appleby Hall.

Jennifer Kreml
Graduate Research Assistant
University of Minnesota-General College
333 Appleby Hall
128 Pleasant St. S.E.
Minneapolis, MN  55455
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