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Learning Communities, First Year Programs and Their Effectiveness: The Role of the IR Office. AIR 2002 Forum Paper

Several learning communities and first-year programs have been developed at Bowling Green State University, a public doctoral-research intensive university in the midwest, over the last few years. Such programs include the Bowling Green Effect Mentoring Program, the Literacy Serve and Learn program, the Honors Program, the Center for Multicultural and Academic Initiatives, the President's Leadership Academy, UNIV 100 (a voluntary two credit hour course for first-year students), and the University Program for Academic Success. An evaluation of these programs was conducted and the role of the university's office of institutional research was also explored.

  • Contributor: Knight, William E.
  • Date Published: 06-00
  • Year: 2002

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