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In order to promote excellence in scholarship and teaching, the Graduate School maintains a book publication program providing resources on topics relevant to graduate education and the university classroom. The following volumes are currently available in print and/or PDF format.

 

Image of book cover: Collaborative Futures: Critical Reflections on Publicly Active Graduate Education

2012
ISBN 978-0-9777847-5-2
6 x 9, 442 pages, 10 illustrations, 2 tables, notes, bibliography, index

Collaborative Futures: Critical Reflections on Publicly Active Graduate Education

Edited by Amanda Gilvin, Georgia M. Roberts, and Craig Martin

Collaborative Futures places graduate education at the center of ongoing efforts to legitimize publicly engaged scholarship within the academic profession. It is indispensable reading not only for graduate students seeking inspiration, resources, and usable frameworks for their engaged scholarship, but for the faculty who are called upon to mentor them, and for university administrators seeking encouraging answers to questions about the future of graduate education.

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Image of book cover: Building Community: Stories and Strategies for Future Learning Community Faculty and Professionals

2010
ISBN 978-0-9777847-3-8
6 x 9, 133 pages, notes, bibliography, index

Building Community: Stories and Strategies for Future Learning Community Faculty and Professionals

Edited by Terra Peckskamp and Carrie McLaughlin

Successful learning communities can reinvent undergraduate education for the better. This volume explores the challenges, opportunities, and strategies involved in creating learning communities that positively impact students’ intellectual and personal growth. Part I examines the history of the learning community movement, different models for structuring learning communities, and strategies for assessing the effectiveness of programs. Part II shows learning communities in operation from a variety of perspectives.

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Image of book cover: Pedagogy, not Policing: Positive Approaches to Academic Integrity at the University

2009
ISBN 978-0-9777847-4-5
6 x 9, 176 pages, 5 tables, notes, bibliography

Pedagogy, not Policing: Positive Approaches to Academic Integrity at the University

Edited by Tyra Twomey, Ken Sagendorf, and Holly White

Pedagogy, not Policing is born out of a shared belief in the twin values of quality teaching and community effort.

Bringing together the voices of graduate and undergraduate students, TAs, faculty, and other members of university communities, it asks and addresses such questions as what Academic Integrity (AI) is, what roles it plays in our colleges and universities, whom it serves, and what practices nourish and/or jeopardize it.

The contributors will both challenge what you think you know about AI and offer pragmatic, concrete tools for how to promote it in classrooms.

2009 AESA Critics Choice Book Award
“In questioning some of the familiar assumptions about academic integrity which pose barriers to active learning and thoughtful pedagogy, this volume represents a welcome leap forward to wrench the primary focus away from policing and punishment and directing it towards sound teaching practice.”
— International Journal for Educational Integrity

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Image of book cover: Building Pedagogical Curb Cuts: Incorporating Disability in the University Classroom and Curriculum

2005
ISBN 978-0-9777847-0-7
5 1/2 x 8 1/2, 223 pages

Building Pedagogical Curb Cuts: Incorporating Disability in the University Classroom and Curriculum

Edited by Liat Ben-Moshe, Rebecca C. Cory, Mia Feldbaum, and Ken Sagendorf

Building Pedagogical Curb Cuts explores ideas about how institutions can better focus on the needs and perspectives of scholars and students with disabilities. The authors, representing a variety of disciplines, provides their personal experiences and methods for creating accessible and challenging learning environments. The book includes a resource guide for making classrooms inclusive and integrating disability perspectives into the curricula.

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Image of book cover: Interrupting Heteronormativity: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pedagogy and Responsible Teaching at Syracuse University

2004
ISBN 978-0-9777847-1-4
7 x 8, 204 pages, notes, bibliography, glossary

Interrupting Heteronormativity: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pedagogy and Responsible Teaching at Syracuse University

Edited by Kathleen Farrell, Nisha Gupta, and Mary Queen

Interrupting Heteronormativity makes visible the everyday, seemingly inconsequential ways in which classrooms become sites for the reinforcement of heteronormative ideologies and practices that inhibit student learning and student-teacher interactions. The volume seeks to aid educators in identifying these subtle biases and working with students to avoid marginalization in the classroom.

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Image of book cover: Using Writing to Teach

2002
ISBN 978-0-9777847-2-1
7 x 8 ½, 109 pages


Using Writing To Teach

By Payal Banerjee, Kara Bopp, John Draeger, Hilton Hallock, Tobi Jacobi, Cheryl Najarian, Monique Schmidt, and David Steitz

The conversations and resources gathered here are intended to function as a practical and pedagogical tool for using writing in the university classroom. Readers can use it as a linear text or as a sourcebook for specific questions, concerns, and teaching needs.

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