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(p. 107) Learning Communities as an Innovative Beginning to the Psychology Major: A Tale of Two Campuses 

(p. 107) Learning Communities as an Innovative Beginning to the Psychology Major: A Tale of Two Campuses
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(p. 107) Learning Communities as an Innovative Beginning to the Psychology Major: A Tale of Two Campuses
Author(s):

Kenneth E. Barron

, Kim K. Buch

, Jeffrey T. Andre

, and Sue Spaulding

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195378214.003.0007
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date: 12 July 2020

This chapter explores learning communities, and begins by providing a brief review of learning community initiatives in higher education. It presents two models of psychology learning communities (PLCs) along with assessment data evaluating the impact of learning communities. The chapter concludes by highlighting a list of additional resources on learning communities.

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