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Advancing the Culture of Teaching on Campus: How a Teaching Center Can Make a Difference


reviewed by Seth Matthew Fishman — January 25, 2013

coverTitle: Advancing the Culture of Teaching on Campus: How a Teaching Center Can Make a Difference
Author(s): Constance Cook & Matthew Kaplan (eds.)
Publisher: Stylus, Sterling
ISBN: 1579224792, Pages: 270, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 25, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17006, Date Accessed: 10/2/2014 4:24:33 AM

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  • Seth Fishman
    University of North Texas
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    SETH MATTHEW FISHMAN, PhD, completed his visiting faculty appointment at the University of North Texas in the Higher Education program in August, 2012, and is now living in Philadelphia. While completing his doctoral degree from The Ohio State University's School of Educational Policy and Leadership, he held assistantships in the Dennis Learning Center and the Multicultural Center, and a research internship at England's Lancaster University. He has held higher education positions at Florida Atlantic University, University of Kansas, and Ferris State University. Current scholarship interests include life-long learning in higher education, life transitions, and technology usage. Recent publications were featured in Academe and the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice.
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