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John H. Russel Center for the Study of Higher Education

Works: 2 works in 2 publications in 1 language and 11 library holdings
Genres: Abstracts  Conference papers and proceedings  Bibliography 
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Most widely held works by John H. Russel Center for the Study of Higher Education
Higher education's cultural obligations : views and reviews by John Y Reid( Book )

1 edition published in 1980 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Perspectives on the cultural obligations of higher education are presented in this collection of papers. Higher education's possible and probable cultural function is addressed from the perspective of business, the arts, education, and religion. Also discussed is the role of institutions of higher education in establishing a system of values, convictions, and attitudes. Included are the following: Tis All in Pieces, All Coherence Gone (Earl J. McGrath); Coherence and the Stream of Life (Joseph L. Marks); Higher Education and the Good Society (Alfred G. Hawkins); a Critique of "Higher Education and the Good Society" (Bette Everett Hamilton); Higher Education's Cultural Obligations: The Perspective of Man's Religious Heritage (Donald E. Heintschel); a Developmental View of Values and Ethics (Susan W. Cameron, John Y. Reid); The Fine Arts and Human Values in Higher Education (Roger Mandle); The Arts in Higher Education: An Approach for the Eighties (Elizabeth C. French). (Sf)
Recurrent education : a resource guide by Newton C Rochte( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

To assist both practitioner and reader to find answers to questions on the theory and practice of recurrent education, this resource guide compiles 715 abstracts of relevant articles, books, and monographs, from many countries. Descriptors and identifiers, used in computer searches to identify the materials, are arranged alphabetically in the index, followed by the numbers of the abstracts to which those terms refer. Furthermore, each abstract is classified (somewhat arbitrarily, as the author admits) as either a theoretical construct or a programmatic application. A summary shows the number of abstracts per year since 1963 by type (theoretical or programmatic). The number of abstracts per country can be seen in the identifier summary, followed by the list of abbreviations used. Sources for the abstracts were the eric (Educational Resources Information Center) data base and the International Bureau of Education (ice) citations. (Cp)
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Russel Center for the Study of Higher Education