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Volume 19, Number 1

Past Issue
Research Articles

Service Learning in Medical Education: Project Description and Evaluation
      Nicole Borges, Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, United States
      Paul Hartung, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, United States

pp. 1–7

Educating the Business Graduate of the 21st Century: Communication for a Globalized World
      Carmela Briguglio, Curtin Business School, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

pp. 8–20

Enhancing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Evaluation of a Scheme to Improve Teaching and Learning Through Action Research
      Kathleen Gray, The University of Melbourne, Australia
      Rosemary Chang, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
      Alex Radloff, Central Queensland University, Australia

pp. 21–32

Playing to Learn: Game-Driven Comprehension of Complex Content
      Celina Byers, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, United States

pp. 33–42

Connecting Critical Reflection and Group Development in Online Adult Education Classrooms
      Michelle Glowacki-Dudka, Ball State University, United States
      Nicole Barnett, Ball State University, United States

pp. 43–52

Games as an Interactive Classroom Technique: Perceptions of Corporate Trainers, College Instructors and Students
      Rita Kumar, University of Cincinnati,Raymond Walters College, United States
      Robin Lightner, University of Cincinnati,Raymond Walters College, United States

pp. 53–63

Nurturing Supportive Learning Environments in Higher Education Through the Teaching of Study Skills: To Embed or Not to Embed?
      Jo Allan, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
      Karen Clarke, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

pp. 64–76

Instructional Articles

Cooperative Learning in a Competitive Environment: Classroom Applications
      Simon Attle, Ashland University, United States
      Bob Baker, George Mason University, United States

pp. 77-83

Digital Culture: Immigrants and Tourists Responding to the Natives? Drumbeat
      Cheri Toledo, Illinois State University, United States

pp. 84-92

Developing a Training Program for Instructional Assistants within a Large-Scale Emporium-based Environment: A Nine-Year Evolution towards Systemic Change
      Charles Hodges, Virginia Tech, United States
      Jennifer Brill, Virginia Tech,

pp. 93-104

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