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The Promise of Learning Communities in a Reimagined Undergraduate Experience


Author(s): Benjamin, M., Gebauer, R., Godowski, J., Graziano, J., Henscheid, J. M., Jessup-Anger, J., Kinzie, J., Inkleas, K. K., Lundeen, S., & Metzker, J., & Sperry, R.

Citation: Benjamin, M., Gebauer, R., Godowski, J., Graziano, J., Henscheid, J. M., Jessup-Anger, J., Kinzie, J., Inkleas, K. K., Lundeen, S., & Metzker, J., & Sperry, R.The Promise of Learning Communities in a Reimagined Undergraduate Experience. (2020). 19(2)

 

Abstract

This first entry of a two-part series lays out the operating principles of learning communities as an alternative to standard practices in undergraduate education. As higher education contends with the coronavirus, the authors discuss inherent benefits of learning communities as a supportive model for student success and their design as high-impact practices.

 

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