Peer Review

Peer Review, Winter 2017 - New Frontiers in Writing
Winter 2017

This issue builds on and explores implications of findings from the National Census of Writing. It presents an overview of crucial writing frameworks, such as writing across the curriculum.

Peer Review, Fall 2016 - Integrating Evidence: The STIRS Approach
Fall 2016

The Scientific Thinking and Integrative Reasoning Skills (STIRS) framework has been developed, used, and revised as part of the LEAP Challenge leading to capstone and Signature Work. This issue focuses on the AAC&U's STIRS framework, which is designed to guide the development of curriculum in evidence-based thinking. The STIRS project has been developed as an exemplar of integrative liberal education

Peer Review, Summer 2016 - Advancing Equity and Student Success through Eportfolios
Summer 2016

Adoption of eportfolio pedagogies and practices in conjunction with Signature Work provide the greatest opportunities for higher education to meet its quality aspirations and its college completion/attainment goals. This issue will chronicle the current landscape of how colleges and universities are using eportfolios and will sketch out a vision for using eportfolios in the context of Signature Work and advancing student self-efficacy.

Peer Review, Winter/Spring 2016 - Transparency and Problem-Centered Learning
Winter/Spring 2016

This issue, funded by TG Philanthropy, explores the relationship between high-impact practices and underserved student success. The articles address what faculty can do to redesign courses to achieve transparency in student learning and embed effective practices, such as a problem-centered curriculum, to foster underserved student development and success in college.