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Finding the cost of freedom: academic freedom discourse as it pertains to the part-time instructor in higher education
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
Academic freedom has been an important facet of college teaching. However, the meaning of academic freedom is often nebulous and varied for many members of the college faculty. An estimated 48 percent of teaching faculty ...
Understanding learning activities of caseworkers for the development of their professional competence
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
competences emerged from the data: personal, work, tools, and learning competences. Two major learning categories emerged: learning from formal opportunities and learning from and in experiences and situational contexts. Four major relationships between...