Western Kentucky University

FaCET Scholarship

FaCET Scholarship

Recognition

Wren Mills, Instructional Coordinator, was nominated for the KCTCS New Horizons 2009-2010 Faculty Award of Excellence (in her prior position).

Sally Kuhlenschmidt, director, received the 2009 Robert J. Menges Award for Outstanding Research in Educational Development from the Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education, the national/international organization for faculty developers.

Sally Kuhlenschmidt also received the 2009 Bob Pierlioni Sprit of POD award in recognition of "members who have made selfless contributions through their long-time professional service to the organization and the field." Typically one award is given annually and some years there are no awardees.

FaCET staff (Nancy Givens, Barb Kacer, Sally Kuhlenschmidt, Pat Ault) received the Recognition Award in the Innovation Award competition from the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education in October 2008.

Wren Mills, Instructional Coordinator, was nominated for the BGTC 2008-2009 Teaching Excellence Award (in her prior position).

Sally Kuhlenschmidt received the KYVU Online Excellence Award for her Psy 361 Psychological Tests and Measurement class, May 2005.

The Center for Teaching & Learning (former name of FaCET) received a Recognition Award in the Innovation Award competition from the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education in November 2004.

Sally Kuhlenschmidt recieved the grand prize Bright Idea Award from the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education in October 1995.

Publications

Rathbun, G., Kuhlenschmidt, S., & Sacks, D. (2013). Envisioning Creative Collaboration between Faculty and Technologists. To Improve the Academy, 32.

Oxenford, C. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2012). What about the colleague who may have a psychological impairment. In K. Crookston, Working with Problem Faculty: A 6-step Guide for Department Chairs. Jossey-Bass.

Oxenford, C. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. L. (2011). Working effectively with psychologically impaired faculty. To Improve the Academy, 30, 186-201.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2011). Resources to enhance student learning. In University and College Teaching. London: Epigeum, Ltd. This is a chapter (over 100 pages of description) of a for-profit online course created through an international consortium of institutions. It involved multiple levels of peer review, and writing for multimedia presentation.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2011). Distribution and penetration of teaching-learning development units in higher education: Implications for strategic planning and research. To Improve the Academy, 29, 274-287.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. & Kacer, B. (Fall 2010). The promise of technology for college instruction: From drill and practice to avatars. New Directions in Teaching & Learning. 123, 23-32.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2010). Issues in technology and faculty development. In K. Gillespie & D. Robertson (Eds.), A Guide to Faculty Development: Practical Advice, Examples, and Resources. p. 259-274.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Weaver, S. & Morgan, S. (2010). A conceptual framework for the center: Going beyond setting priorities.. To Improve the Academy, 28, 25-36.

Wininger, S. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2009). Classroom examination practices in a post secondary setting. Journal of Excellence in College Teaching, 20(3), 61-76.

Mills, W. (2008). Hazing in intercollegiate athletics: Concerns, considerations, and solutions. In T. Lara (Ed.), Contemporary Issues, Problems, and Opportunities: Law in Student Affairs in Higher Education. Bowling Green, KY: WKU.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2005). The Teele Inventory for Multiple Intelligences. In J. Impara & B. Plake (Eds.), The 16th mental measurements yearbook. Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2005). Nonverbal Reasoning. In J. Impara & B. Plake (Eds.), The 16th mental measurements yearbook. Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Kuehn, K., & Zakrajcek, T. (2005). Maximum TLC: Making the most of your campus teaching and learning center. The Department Chair, 16(1). 18-20.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Garn, M., Cook, S., & Cooke, S. (2005). Increasing instructional capacity through virtual learning. In Miller, J. & Groccia, J., Eds. On becoming a productive university: Strategies for reducing costs and increasing quality in higher education. Boston, Mass: Anker Publishing Co.

Ansburg, P., Caruso, M. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2004). Getting started on the Web: Enhancing instruction in psychology. In B. Perlman, L. McCann, & S. McFadden (Eds.), Lessons learned, Vol. 2: Practical advice for the teaching of psychology. p. 81-89. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Society.

Ansburg, P., Caruso, M. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2003). Getting started on the Web: Enhancing instruction in psychology. APS Observer, 16(12). or under Tips.

Jalongo, M., Gerlach, G., Yan, W. (2002). Research methods. New York: McGraw-Hill, Inc. Chapter 32, Salvaging quantitative research with qualitative data; Weinholtz, Kacer, Rocklin.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. & Mosby, C. (2001). Thinking in pixels: An editing system for electronic texts. The Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 31(4).

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2001). The Memory and Behavior Problems Checklist and the Burden Interview. In J. Impara & B. Plake (Eds.), The fourteenth mental measurements yearbook. Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2000, March). Some thoughts on citation and electronic media. California Academic and Research Libraries Newsletter, 23(1), 5-6.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (January 2000). Thoughts on instructional technology in teaching. Scinapse, 8, 6-8.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (1999). Going on-line. The Advocate, 17(2), 5-8. Also [Online.] Available: http://www.nea.org/he/advo99/advo9912/thriving.html. [December, 1999].

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (1999). Promoting internal civility: Understanding our beliefs about teaching and students. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 77, 13-22.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. & Layne, L. (1999). Strategies for dealing with difficult behavior. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 77, 45-57.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (1999). Moving On Line to Teach On-Line Teaching. In Gillespie, K. (1999). Using technology in faculty development: Practical examples. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 76, 82-84.

Weinholtz, D., Kacer, B., & Rocklin, T. Salvaging quantitative research with qualitative data. (1995). Qualitative Health Research; 5:388-397.

Kacer, B., Weinholtz, D., & Rocklin, T. (1992). Individual versus small group instruction of computer applications: A quantitative and qualitative comparison. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education; 9:6-12.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (1992). Teaching students to manage the oral defense. Teaching of Psychology, 19(2), 86-90.

Kacer, B., Weinholtz, D. & Rocklin, T. (1991). The impact of small group instruction upon attitude and achievement of students learning computer applications. Computers in the Schools; 8:357-360.

Presentations

Kuhlenschmidt, S. L. (2012, October). E-publications, E-readers, and Education: Instructional Issues and Creating Your Own. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Seattle, WA.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2012, May). Strategies for Improving Your Conference Proposals: Tips from the Trenches. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Innovations Conference, Erlanger, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2012, May). Using Ebooks for Your Course: Instructional Ideas and Issues. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Innovations Conference, Erlanger, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2012, January 13). Publishing for eReaders and Smart Phones: An Overview of Instructional Issues and How To? Paper presented  for The TLT Group Friday Live! Online Seminar Series.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2011, October). Development on the Web: What do we communicate?. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Atlanta, GA.

Rathbun, G., Sacks, D. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. L. (2011, October). Envisioning creative collaboration between faculty and technologists. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Atlanta, GA.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2011, May). The As, Bs, Cs, Ds, & Fs of working with faculty. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Consortium: Converging Trends in Teaching and Learning, Erlanger, KY.

Mills, W. (2011, May). Academic dishonesty: Learning from students so we can educate them. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Consortium: Converging Trends in Teaching and Learning, Erlanger, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2010, November). Classification of teaching/learning development units: Marking the pathways. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, St. Louis, MO.

Oxenford, C. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. L. (2010, November). Working with psychologically impaired faculty: Finding new directions. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, St. Louis, MO.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2010, May). Serious Games and Deep Learning: Is it Possible? Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Conference on 'The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Lexington, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2009, October). Where are CTLs? Implications for strategic planning and research. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Houston, TX.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2009, March). Who are we? Where are we? Descriptive data about centers. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southern Regional Faculty and Instructional Development Consortium, Louisville, KY.

Fife, J., Kacer., & Borders, C. (2009). A curriculum for the 21st. century. Presented at the Southern Regional Faculty and Instructional Development Consortium. Louisville, KY.

Mills, W., & Wilkins, D. (2009). Diversifying assessment. Presented at New Horizons Conference, Louisville, KY.

Mills, W., & Wilkins, D. (2009). Diversifying assessment. Presented at Kentucky Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Lexington, KY.

Kacer, B. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2008, October). Faculty engaging faculty with five minute facets of teaching. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Reno, NV.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. & Kacer, B. (2008, October). Serious games and deep learning: Is it possible? Poster presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Reno, NV.

Bruni, J., George, D., Kuhlenschmidt, S., & Burch, B. (2008, September). Building campus support for developmental education. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Research in Access and Developmental Education, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Kacer, B., Kuhlenschmidt, S., & Thompson, B. (2008, May). Five Minute facets of teaching. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Conference on 'The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Challenging Students to Think Critically and Learn Deeply,' Lexington, KY.

Bruni, J., George, D., Kuhlenschmidt, S., & Berger, J. (2008, May). Adult education? Adult learners in our postsecondary institutions. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Conference on 'The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Challenging Students to Think Critically and Learn Deeply,' Lexington, KY.

Kacer, B. (2008). AACTE's Active Partnership with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Part of a panel (of HITE participants) presentation of 2007 at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Chicago, IL.

Kacer, B., Hadley, B., & Painter, R. (2008). Developing the leadership skills of at-risk juveniles. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Multicultural Education. New Orleans, LA.

Kacer, B. & Kiraly, J. (2008). The propaganda of hate. The 17th Annual Arkansas Holocaust Conference. Springdale, AK.

Kacer, B., & Villereal, G. (2008). Integrating interdisciplinary teaching observation to enhance classroom experience. Eighth Annual KY Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, KY Council on Postsecondary Education. Lexington, KY.

Mills, W. (2008). Introducing critical thinking skills in your classroom. Presented at New Horizons Conference, Lexington, KY.

Morris, E. Kuhlenschmidt, S., & Phelps, N. (2007, November). Innovations in the Teaching of Psychology. Paper presented at the meeting of the Kentucky Psychological Association, Louisville, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Weaver, S., Morgan, S. & Givens, N. (2007, October). An Intellectual Basis for Faculty Development Centers: Beyond Setting Priorities. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Pittsburgh, PA.

Harris, N., Edwards, P. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2007, October). Supporting informed decision-making among instructors during textbook and reading selection. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Pittsburgh, PA.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2007, May). What is effective learning? Research applied to instruction. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Conference on 'The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Engaging Campus and Community,' Lexington, KY.

Kacer, B. (2007). AACTE's Active Partnership with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Part of a panel (of HITE participants) presentation of 2007 at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. New Orleans, LA.

Kacer, B. (2007). The pyramid of hate: Where did the United States stand prior to her entering WWII? Paper presented at The Legacy of the Holocaust, Teaching the Holocaust Conference. Krakow, Poland.

Kacer, B. & Kiraly, J. (2007). Voices from the Holocaust. Guest speakers at the 232nd Marine Corps Birthday Ball, Bowling Green, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Bush, P., Givens, N., & Kuehn, K. (2006, October). Building a Curriculum-Based Center. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Portland, OR.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. & Winingers, S. (2006, October). Typical Testing? Normative Data on Faculty Practices. Poster presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Portland, OR.

Burch, B., & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2006, June). University Leadership for Organizing and Maintaining the American Democracy Project. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Democracy Project Conference, Snowbird, UT.

Bruni, J., Burch, B., Bolton, D., Tice, G., George, D., & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2006, May). Assessment Redesign in the Post-Secondary Institution. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Conference on 'The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Redesigning Teaching & Learning for the 21st Century,' Lexington, KY.

Hollingsworth, R., Greer-Pitt, S., Houghton-Estes, L., & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2006, May). Principles of Good Practice: Building High Quality Learning Communities Online. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Conference on 'The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Redesigning Teaching & Learning for the 21st Century,' Lexington, KY.

McCain, T. & Kacer, B., (2006). How US history is taught has helped maintain the dominant culture in the US. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Multicultural Education. Phoenix, AZ.

Kuhlenschmidt, Boyer, T., & Givens, N. (2005, October). Connecting Students with the Global Community: The ADP NY Times Program. Poster presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Milwaukee, WI.

Miller, L., Kuhlenschmidt, S., Givens, N., & Kuehn, K. (2005, October). Reaching Out: Collaborating to leverage resources and improve impact. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Development Network in Higher Education, Milwaukee, WI.

Burch, B. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2005, October). University leadership for organizing and maintaining conversations to advance democratic development. Paper presented at the meeting of the Alliance of Universities for Democracy, Yalta, Ukraine.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2005, June). Supporting Faculty Using the New York Times: More than a Field of Dreams. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Democracy Project Conference, Portland, OR.

Bolton, D. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2005, June). Defining Engagement for Our Campus. Paper presented at the meeting of the FaCET Summer Mini-Conference "Ideas for Engaging Students Across the Curriculum", Bowling Green, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Givens, N, & Kuehn, K. (2005, May). Exploring the New York Times Newspaper in Education Program. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Conference on 'The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Engaging Students for Success,' Lexington, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., (2004, November). Discover your preferred teaching methods and resouces: An online checklist. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Wininger, S. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2004, November). Faculty classroom assessment practices. Paper presented at the meeting of the Lilly Conference on College Teaching, Oxford, OH.

Miller, L., Kuhlenschmidt, S. & Wehlburg, C. (2004, November). Selling faculty development to administration: Identifying best practices. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., (2004, November). Instructional messages embedded in technology tools. Poster presented at the meeting of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Hall, D., Miller, L., Hunt, C., Cox, D., Albert, L., & Miller, T. (2003, October). Serving adjuncts without increasing your workload: The Listserv writing consortium. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education Conference, Denver, CO.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2003, June). Making Electronic Communications Disability Accessible: Enhancing Usability for Everyone. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration, Nashville, TN.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Bruni, J., Burch, B., & Randolph, P. (2003, May). Dirty Little Secrets of Educational Assessment. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Conference on 'The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Engaging the Learner,' Lexington, KY.

Cooksey, E.W.,& Kacer, B. (2003). Creating gender equity in the classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Multicultural Education. Seattle, Washington.

Kacer, B. (2002). Using the cross-cultural adaptability inventory to assist students in confronting their attitudes and biases. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Multicultural Education. Washington, DC.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2002, September). Faculty Development in Distributed Education: Western Kentucky University. Presentation at the Connected Learning in Kentucky conference, Lexington, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Boggs, B., Applegate, J., Albert, L., Burke, B., Miller, D. (2002, May). CPE FDWG: State-level Support for Teaching Excellence. Symposium conducted at the meeting of The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Conference on Innovations in Teaching & Learning: Meeting 21st Century Challenges, Louisville, KY.

Nichols, J. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2002, May). What do Faculty Want? The Results of a Faculty Development Needs Assessment. Poster presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Conference on Innovations in Teaching & Learning: Meeting 21st Century Challenges, Louisville, KY.

Kacer, B. (2002). Rescuing students in distress. Presented at the opening faculty meeting, Somerset (Kentucky) Community College. (Invited).

Kacer, B. and Chambles, C. (2002). Rescuing students in distress. Presented at the annual conference on postsecondary education; sponsored by the Council for Postsecondary Education. Louisville, KY.

Ansburg, P., Caruso, M., & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2001, June). In C. McDaniel (Chair) To infinity and beyond: Developing Web pages for psychology instruction. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Society, Toronto, Canada.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. & Layne, L. (2001, May). The key to Internet instruction. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Conference on Building a Scholarly Structure for Teaching and Learning, Bowling Green, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Pigford, D., Heaps, A., & Abrell, C. (2001, April). Making the university learning environment more accessible for the visually disabled student. Paper presented at the meeting of the Mid-South Instructional Technology Conference, Murfreesboro, TN.

Wilson, C. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2001, April). Faculty Distance Learning Issues: A Kentucky Case Study. Paper presented at the Syllabus Conference, Cincinnati, OH.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2000, November). The scholarly use of technology in instruction: A case studies approach to new millennium issues. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional Organizational & Development Network in Higher Education, Vancouver, British Columbia. Materials.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2000, May). The scholarly use of technology in instruction. Paper presented at the meeting of The Kentucky Conference on The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Effective Practices, Hebron, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2000, May). Quality in Internet courses. Paper presented at the meeting of the Quality Assurance Group of the Kentucky Commonwealth Virtual University, Louisville, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. & Mosby, C. (2000, April). On the mark: An electronic editing and grading system. Paper presented at the meeting of the Mid-South Instructional Technology Conference, Murfreesboro, TN. Materials.

Wilson, C., Keedy, J., Hatcher, T. & Kuhlenschmidt, S. (2000, April). Faculty issues in distance learning: A case study of the Kentucky Commonwealth Virtual University. Paper presented at the meeting of the Mid-South Instructional Technology Conference, Murfreesboro, TN.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (1999, October). Guidelines for creating and evaluating scholarly instruction in Internet-based courses. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional Organizational & Development Network in Higher Education, Lake Harmony, PA.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (1999, June). Using technology to make connections: Experiential learning, career employment and technology. Invited address presented at the meeting of the Kentucky Association for Cooperative Education and Career Education, Bowling Green, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (1999, July). Planting the seeds for student learning via the Internet. Invited address presented at the meeting of the Kentucky Community and Technical Colleges System Summer Institute on Distance Learning, Elizabethtown, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (1999, May). Growing a scholarly Web course. Paper presented at Linking Technology to Enhanced Learning: Kentucky Commonwealth Virtual University, Louisville, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. & Layne, L. (1999, February). Administrative challenges of Internet-based instruction. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education. St. Louis, MO.

Layne, L. & Kuhlenschmidt (1999, February). Creating interaction: The key component of effective Internet instruction. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education. St. Louis, MO.

Kacer, B. (1998). Addressing individual differences. Conference on education in South Russia. Piatagorsk, Russia. (invited).

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (1998, November). Building a scholarly Web course. Paper presented at the Fall Commonwealth Virtual University Faculty Development Conference, Lexington, KY.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Pritchard, J. & Walz, D. (1998, October). Connecting the faculty development center with the grants office for an increase in faculty energy. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional Organizational & Development Network in Higher Education, Salt Lake City, UT.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (1997, October). Identifying irrational beliefs of faculty with regard to teaching: Implications for burnout and change. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education conference, Haines City, FL.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. (1996, October). Accessing teaching information via the WWW: Creating a web of faculty development centers. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education, Salt Lake City, UT.

Schliefer, J., & Kacer, B. (1996). HyperCard: Layout and design basics. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Kentucky Education Technology Conference. Louisville, Kentucky.

Kuhlenschmidt, S. & Addington, J. (1995, November). Communicating teaching excellence: Ideas for faculty development. Paper presented at the meeting of the Lily Conference on Teaching, Oxford, OH.

Kuhlenschmidt, S., Wilson, T., Houston, M. & Martray, C. (October, 1995). Facilitating instructional collaboration between science and education faculty. Paper presented at the meeting of the Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education, Falmouth, MA.

Weinholtz, D., Kacer, B., & Rocklin, T. (1992). Salvaging quantitative data with qualitative data. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association. San Francisco, California.

 


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