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E-Source for College Transitions is published three times a year in April, September, and December, The online subscription is free. Readers also have access to an indexed archive of published articles. Sign up to receive e-mail alerts as the new issues become available.

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Volume 14, Issue 3

The latest issue of E-Source for College Transitions is now available. Learn about developing a new, mobile-friendly take on library scavenger hunts; updating extended-orientation seminar to meet new students' needs; investing in resources for transfer students; developing a post-first-year seminar for sophomores on probation; and using technology in first-year courses.

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Christina Hardin is a tenured English instructor at Valencia College in Orlando, Florida, where she has worked since 2006. In addition to this position, she has served the college in a number of roles, including director of the New Student Experience, Faculty Association President and Division Coordinator for Communications at Osceola Campus, lead representative for the College’s English assessment work, faculty leader for the Quality Enhancement Plan development, and faculty leader of the PRESS for Completion Grant. Hardin holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, master’s degree in English language arts education for community college teaching, and a doctor of education in curriculum and instruction from the University of Central Florida. She also earned graduate certificates in community college education and professional writing. Hardin has presented at state and national conferences in the areas of assessment, faculty development, epistemic and ability beliefs, and academic achievement.

 

 

 

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