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Graduate Students' Research about Community Colleges
Graduate Students' Research about Community Colleges

Graduate Students' Research about Community Colleges

A Guide for Publishing
Deborah L. Floyd, Cristobal Salinas Jr., Ethan C. Swingle, María-Jose Zeledón-Pérez, Sim Barhoum, Gianna Ramdin
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Graduate Students' Research about Community Colleges

A Guide for Publishing
Deborah L. Floyd, Cristobal Salinas Jr., Ethan C. Swingle, María-Jose Zeledón-Pérez, Sim Barhoum, Gianna Ramdin
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About This Book

This book brings together a collection of chapters with different research designs that explore the research, practice, and policies of community colleges.

The chapters in this book are the result of the graduate students and their faculty mentor's scholarly work, and a rigorous special issue's peer review process. Furthermore, this book offers recommendations on how to mentor graduate students, in the absence of research and mentorship on how to publish for graduate students and practitioner-scholars, as well as recognizing that graduate programs and professional associations are important on the socialization of practitioner-scholars.

Each book chapter addresses the implications for practice and future research, policy for community colleges, and recommendation for change indicated by the research results. Five broad research themes, higher education policy, leadership practices and roles, network community, student success, and technology, emerged from the empirical articles and critical reviews. A final chapter shares advice and lessons learned from the 30 authors and mentors.

With the exception of Chapter 14, the chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue of the Community College Journal of Research and Practice.

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Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Year
2021
ISBN
9781000179422
Topic
Education
Subtopic
Higher Education
Edition
1

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