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Do you know that the titles of nearly 400 articles (and some abstracts) are
indexed for the Journal of Developmental Education from its 33 issues dating
from its first publication in 1978? By using the Find command and typing in
the search box a keyword like tutoring, supplemental instruction,  math,
center, or any word of your choice, you will locate the titles of JDE
articles related to your search word. Consider how this function can enhance
your next presentation or publication. You can view the titles at
http://www.ncde.appstate.edu/publications/jde/documents/JDE_Article_Index.pd
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You can also view a comprehensive index for all issues of Research in
Developmental Education at
http://www.ncde.appstate.edu/publications/ride/ridetoc.html 

 

BTW, please check that the JDE is available at your institution either as a
department or library subscription. The JDE is invaluable for any research
and publication that you are considering. 

You might consider highlighting it at one of your weekly staff meetings to
maintain currency in your field and also to stimulate an AHA moment when you
and your staff  realize that you have something to share  with your learning
assistance colleagues.   Collegially./.

 

Frank L Christ, Emeritus CSU Long Beach

LSCHE COntent Editor: www.pvc.maricopa.edu/~lsche

"If knowledge is power, shared knowledge is infinitely more powerful"
Raymond Smith, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bell Atlantic.

 


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