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Volume 21, Number 3

Past Issue
Research Articles



Students Learn How Nonprofits Utilize Volunteers through Inquiry-Based Learning
      Elizabeth Bolton, University of Florida, United States
      Mark Brennan, University of Florida, United States
      Bryan Terry, University of Florida, United States

pp. 285–294




Useful Pedagogies or Financial Hardship?: Interactive Response Technology (“Clickers”) in the Large College Classroom
      Su Boatright, University of Rhode Island, United States

pp. 295–298




Effective Teaching Behaviors in the College Classroom: A Critical Incidents Job Analysis from Students’ Perspectives
      Kanika Aggarwal Khandelwal, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, New Delhi, India

pp. 299–309




Beyond Read and Discuss: Promoting Dynamic Online Interaction and Humanness Using Mediated Learning Experience
      Rozz Albon, Bond University, Australia

pp. 310–325




Contributions of Early Work-Based Learning: A Case Study of First Year Pharmacy Students
      Kang Nee Ting, University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus, Malaysia
      Kok Thong Wong, University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus, Malaysia
      Siew Ming Thang, The National University of Malaysia, Malaysia

pp. 326–335




The Challenges of Teaching Qualitative Coding: Can a Learning Object Help?
      Mary-Beth Raddon, Brock University, Canada
      Rebecca Raby, Brock University, Canada
      Erin Sharpe, Brock University, Canada

pp. 336–350




Curriculum Alignment: Student Perception of Learning Achievement Measures
      Sharyn Rundle-Thiele, Griffith University, Australia
      Kerri-Ann Kuhn, Griffith University, Australia

pp. 351–361




Effective Teaching in Higher Education: Perceptions of First Year Undergraduate Students
      Jo Allan, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
      Karen Clarke, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
      Michael Jopling, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

pp. 362–372

Instructional Articles



Service Learning as an Opportunity for Personal and Social Transformation
      Steven Meyers, Roosevelt University, United States

pp. 373-381




Learning Through Life Books: Teaching Human Growth and Development in an Emotionally Rich Community Context
      John Korsmo, Western Washington University, United States
      Jacquelyn Baker-Sennett, Western Washington University, United States
      Trula Nicholas, Western Washington University, United States

pp. 382-389




Photovoice as a Teaching Tool: Learning By Doing with Visual Methods
      Kara Schell, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
      Alana Ferguson, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
      Rita Hamoline, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
      Jenn Shea, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
      Roanne Thomas-MacLean, University Of Saskatchewan, Canada

pp. 340-352

Review Articles



Plagiarism in Academia
      Syed Shahabuddin, Central Michigan University, United States

pp. 353-359

Reviewers for Volume 21, Number 3





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