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Revistas en Inglés: 21 de marzo, 2012

Academe Online (Student Debt) (2012, January-February. Vol. 98, No. 1)

  • Academic Freedom and Indentured Students (J. J. Williams).
  • Fighting for the Humanities (C. Nelson).
  • Rethinking the Plight of Conservatives in Higher Education (M. Woessner).
  • Beyond the Academic-Corporate Divide (D. J. Siegal).
  • The Demographic Dividend (A.-M. Nuñez & E. Murakami-Ramalho).
  • How Science Can Ensure Integrity and Quality: A Thesis (T. by J. Geller).
  • Three Faculty Communities (J. S. Levin).
  • Governance Conference (E. Deutsch-Feldman).
  • Part-Time Faculty InMichiganSay Yes ToUnion(G. Bradely).
  • IRBs Should Evaluate Risk Empirically (G. Bradely).
  • New AAUP Report On Faculty With Disabilities (J. E. Kurland).
  • From the Editor: Loose Talk Of Tulips (C. Warren).
  • Teaching Joe Pa (M. D. Snyder).
  • I Want to Be a Member of a Graduate Student EmployeeUnionBecause… (C. Nelson). [120110]

Australian University Review (2012, March, Vol. 54, No. 1)

  • On doctoral education: How to supervise a PhD, 1985-2011 (R. Connell).
  • Addressing the curriculum problem in doctoral education (B. Green).
  • Researching doctoral pedagogy close up: Design and action in two doctoral programmes (S. Danby & A. Lee).
  • Supervisors watching supervisors (C. Manathunga)
  • Identity-trajectories (L. McAlpine).
  • What constitutes doctoral knowledge? 9A. Devos & M. Somerville)
  • Internationalisation of doctoral education (J. Ryan).
  • Up and coming? Doctoral education inChina(R. Yang).
  • Assessing international (post)graduate education: A research agenda (T. Blmenfield & M. Nerad).
  • A new era for research education inAustralia? (H. Marsh, et. al.).
  • PhD’s inAustralia, from the beginning (I. R. Dobson). [120228]

NUEVO! Center for International Higher Education (2012, Spring, Issue 67)

  • Anarchy, Commercialism, and “Publish or Perish” (P. G. Altbach & B. Rapple).
  • Lessons from the Past: Medieval Universities and Today (M. Rubin).
  • New Ways to Rank Universities (R. Brinbaum).
  • Strengthening Universities Around the World (E. El-Khawas).
  • Ten Principles to Guide the Public Financning of Higher Education (A. M. Hauptman).
  • What International Advice Do Universities Need? (P. G. Altbach & J. Salmi).
  • Ideas of Student Mobility in Germany (U. Teichler).
  • National Policies on Mobility in Europe (Q. Lam).
  • Investigating Leadership Developmento: the UK Experience (R. Middlehurst).
  • Managing and Leading African Universities (P. Coxwell Achanga).
  • Partnershipsin Africa (D. Teffera).
  • Widening Participation in Ghana and Tanzania (L. Morley).
  • Kerala: Temples and World-ClassUniversities (P. G. Altbach).
  • What Does Organized Business Want? A Look at India (D. Levy).
  • A New Approach for Class-fying Chilean Universities (P. Rosso & C. Reyes).
  • Economic Growth and Higher Education Policies in Brazil (S. Schwartman). [120321]

Change. The Magazine of Higher Learning (2012, January-February)

  • Why Does the Faculty Resist Change? (J. Tagg).
  • Facilitating Interdisciplinary Learning: Lessons from Project Kaleidoscope (A. Kezar & S. Elrod).
  • The Globalization of College and University Rankings (P. G. Altbach).
  • Building Learning Partnerships (M. B. Baxter Magolda).
  • Supporting the Students of the Future (D. Navarro).
  • College Sports: The Mystery of the Zero-Sum Game (M. Getz & J. J. Siegfried).
  • Editorial: Strenght in Numbers (M. A. Miller).
  • Perspectives: Are We Asking the Right Questions (M. Putman).
  • Listening to Students: The Power of the Posse (R. Singh, K. Chresfield & Y. Salau) [120118]

Education Policy Analysis Archives (2012, Vol. 20)

  • Equity in Higher Education inMexico: The need for a new concept and new policies (M. Silva Laya).
  • Re-Examining Exit Exams: New Findings from the Educational Longitudinal Study of 2002 (C. Shuster).
  • The socioeconomic level of public school students and the conditions for the provision of education in the Brazilian municipalities (T. Alves, M. A. Gouvêa, & A. B. Noronha Viana). [120215]

Educause Quaterly (2011, Vol. 34, No. 4)

  • U-Pace: Facilitating Academic Success for All Students (D. M. Reddy, el. al.).
  • Pedagogy and Space: Empirical Research on New Learning Environments (J. D. Walker, D. C. Brooks & P. Baepler).
  • Perceptions of Presentation Capture in Counselor Education (R. Gibson & A. Miller).
  • The Blended Learning Toolkit: Improving Student Performance and Retention (T. B. Cavanagh).
  • Open Educational Resources: The Bridge to Success Project (D. Lascu).
  • The Syllabus and a 21st Century Education (R. Rosales). [120110]

Educause Review (2012, January-February, Vol. 47, No. 1)

  • Information Technology: A View from Both Sides of the President’s Desk (M. A. McRobbie).
  • Filling the IT Leadership Pipeline: A Panel Discussion (N. Maas, et. al.).
  • Aspiring and Residing IT Leaders: A Legacy for the Future (K. W. McIntosh).
  • Leadership for Constant Change (D. G. Oblinger).
  • Clients Get It, So Must We (M. A. McMillan).
  • The Orphan Wars (J. Grimmelmann).
  • A Post-LMS World (L. Pugliese).
  • Opening Up the Academy: The “Open” Agenda, Technology, and Universities (S. Pinfield).
  • The IT Lab: It’s Not Dead Yet (P. Tinson). [120125]

eLearning Papers (2011, November, Issue 27)

  • Typologies of Learning Design and the introduction of a “LD-Tyoe 2” case example (E. Dobozy).
  • Using patters to design technology-enhanced learning scenarios (F. Buendía García 7 J. V. Benlloch-Dualde).
  • Students as learning designers: Using social media to scaffold the experience (L. Cameron & M. Tanti).
  • Blended Collaborative Constructive Participation (BCCP): A model for teaching in higher education (M. B. Ligorio & S. Cucchiara).
  • Knowledge-building: Designing for learning using social and participatory media (G. Casey).
  • Creating Invitational Online Learning Environments Using Art-Based Learning Interventions (B. Perry, et. al.). [111206]

International Research Journals (2012, 3, 2, February)

  • Acquired and required competencies in manufacturing sector graduates from employers’ and employees’ perspective: The Malaysian case (A. Kanesan Abdullah, et. al.).
  • Evaluation of the relationship between Internet accessibility and students performance: Case study ofStrathmoreUniversity(K. E. Nyokabi & A. I. Lukandu).
  • Applications of generalizability theory to estimate the reliability of EFL learners’ performance-based assessment: A preliminary study (L. Hsu). [120228]

Liberal Education (The Completion Agenda) (2012, Winter, Vol. 98 No. 1)

  • Where Completion Goes Awry: The Metrics for “Success” Mask Mounting Problems with Quality (C. G. Schneider).
  • What’s Wrong with the Completion Agenda—And What We Can Do About It (D. Humphreys).
  • The Incomplete Completion Agenda: Implications for Academe and the Academy (G. Rhoades).
  • Students Must Not Become Victims of the Completion Agenda (S. Evenbeck & K. E. Johnson).
  • It’s Not So Easy: The Completion Agenda and the States (G. Walters).
  • The Path to Pedagogical Reform in the Sciences: Engaging Mutual Adaptation and Social Movement Models of Change (A. Kezar).
  • America’s Service Academies, Your Service Academies (D. H. Born, A. T. Phillips & T. E. Trainor).
  • Using Program Evaluation to Enhance Student Success (D. Fairris).
  • The Challenge of Global Literacy: An Ideal opportunity for Liberal Professional Education (I. Nair, et. al.).
  • Starting in School… (S. Albertine). [120125]

Peer Review (Assesing Liberal Education Outcomes Using VALUE Rubrics) (Fall 2011/Winter 2012, Vol. 13, No. 4, Vol. 14, No. 1)

  • From the Editor
  • Emerging Evidence for Positive Change (T. L. Rhodes).
  • Measuring Student Progress with E-Portfolios (J. E. Clark & B. Eynon).
  • Assesing General Education Learning Outcomes (L. Siefert).
  • Assessing Early Integrative Learning (B. Braid, G. Palma, A. W. Grose)
  • Fostering Integrative Knowledge and Lifelong Learning (M. R. Peet, L. Reynolds-Keefer & S. Lonn).
  • Staying on Track with Rubric Assessment (M. Oakleaf).
  • Increasing the Validity of Outcomes Assessment (K. Langan Pusecker, et. al.).
  • How Reliable Are the VALUE Rubrics? (A. P. Finley).
  • Our Primitive Art of Measurement (T. Banta). [120215]

Thought & Action. The NEA Higher Education Journal (2011, Fall)

  • Small World: Crafting an Inclusive Classroom (No Matter What You Teach (M. A. Armstrong).
  • “Metrics Mania: The Growing Corporatization ofU.S.Philanthropy (A. R. Bernstein).
  • “Metrics, Business Plans, and the Vanishing Public Good” (G. Tuchman).
  • “I Wanna Be a Billionare” (Open Letter from B. Lyne).
  • “College 101: Introducing At-Risk Students to Higher Education” (P. Hernandez).
  • “Recruiting and Retaining Latino Faculty Members: The Missing Piece to Latino Student Success” (L. Ponjuan). [120110]

Revistas en Inglés: 14 de marzo, 2012

Academe Online (Student Debt) (2012, January-February. Vol. 98, No. 1)

  • Academic Freedom and Indentured Students (J. J. Williams).
  • Fighting for the Humanities (C. Nelson).
  • Rethinking the Plight of Conservatives in Higher Education (M. Woessner).
  • Beyond the Academic-Corporate Divide (D. J. Siegal).
  • The Demographic Dividend (A.-M. Nuñez & E. Murakami-Ramalho).
  • How Science Can Ensure Integrity and Quality: A Thesis (T. by J. Geller).
  • Three Faculty Communities (J. S. Levin).
  • Governance Conference (E. Deutsch-Feldman).
  • Part-Time Faculty InMichiganSay Yes ToUnion(G. Bradely).
  • IRBs Should Evaluate Risk Empirically (G. Bradely).
  • New AAUP Report On Faculty With Disabilities (J. E. Kurland).
  • From the Editor: Loose Talk Of Tulips (C. Warren).
  • Teaching Joe Pa (M. D. Snyder).
  • I Want to Be a Member of a Graduate Student EmployeeUnionBecause… (C. Nelson). [120110]

Australian University Review (2012, March, Vol. 54, No. 1)

  • On doctoral education: How to supervise a PhD, 1985-2011 (R. Connell).
  • Addressing the curriculum problem in doctoral education (B. Green).
  • Researching doctoral pedagogy close up: Design and action in two doctoral programmes (S. Danby & A. Lee).
  • Supervisors watching supervisors (C. Manathunga)
  • Identity-trajectories (L. McAlpine).
  • What constitutes doctoral knowledge? 9A. Devos & M. Somerville)
  • Internationalisation of doctoral education (J. Ryan).
  • Up and coming? Doctoral education inChina(R. Yang).
  • Assessing international (post)graduate education: A research agenda (T. Blmenfield & M. Nerad).
  • A new era for research education inAustralia? (H. Marsh, et. al.).
  • PhD’s inAustralia, from the beginning (I. R. Dobson). [120228]

Center for International Higher Education (2011, Winter, Issue 66)

  • Foreign Outposts of Colleges and Universities (K. Kinser &J. E. Lane).
  • How Well Are International Branch Campuses Serving Students? (S. Wilkins & M. S. Balakrishnan).
  • International Joint- and Double-Degree Programs (D. Obsts & M. Kuder).
  • Franchising: The McDonaldization of Higher Education (P. G. Altbach).
  • Two Models of Cross-Border Education (A. Stambach).
  • Combating Unethical Behavior (R. Matross Helms).
  • USInternationalization Faces the Recession (M. F. Green & A. Ferguson).
  • Trends in Global Student Mobility (R. Bhandari & R. Belyvina).
  • Brazil’s Student Mobility Initiative (M. Knobel).
  • West African Higher Education Reforms (J. Shabani).
  • Regulating Private Higher Education inSouth Africa(C. Sehoole).
  • Graduate Education in Sub-SaharanAfrica(F. M. Hayward).
  • Institutional Diversity inChina(R. Hayhow & J. Li).
  • Hong Kong’s Academic Advantage (P. G. Altbach & G. A. Postiglione).
  • Chile: The Rise and Decline of a Student Movent (A. Bernasconi).
  • Why Aregentine Private Universities Continue to Lag (M. Rabossi).
  • Welcome to theNationalUniversityofGermany! (S. Litta).
  • Student Participation in European Governance (M. Lemencic).
  • Canada’s Egalitarian Debate (D. Zaretsky). [120110]

Change. The Magazine of Higher Learning (2012, January-February)

  • Why Does the Faculty Resist Change? (J. Tagg).
  • Facilitating Interdisciplinary Learning: Lessons from Project Kaleidoscope (A. Kezar & S. Elrod).
  • The Globalization of College and University Rankings (P. G. Altbach).
  • Building Learning Partnerships (M. B. Baxter Magolda).
  • Supporting the Students of the Future (D. Navarro).
  • College Sports: The Mystery of the Zero-Sum Game (M. Getz & J. J. Siegfried).
  • Editorial: Strenght in Numbers (M. A. Miller).
  • Perspectives: Are We Asking the Right Questions (M. Putman).
  • Listening to Students: The Power of the Posse (R. Singh, K. Chresfield & Y. Salau) [120118]

Education Policy Analysis Archives (2012, Vol. 20)

  • Equity in Higher Education inMexico: The need for a new concept and new policies (M. Silva Laya).
  • Re-Examining Exit Exams: New Findings from the Educational Longitudinal Study of 2002 (C. Shuster).
  • The socioeconomic level of public school students and the conditions for the provision of education in the Brazilian municipalities (T. Alves, M. A. Gouvêa, & A. B. Noronha Viana). [120215]

Educause Quaterly (2011, Vol. 34, No. 4)

  • U-Pace: Facilitating Academic Success for All Students (D. M. Reddy, el. al.).
  • Pedagogy and Space: Empirical Research on New Learning Environments (J. D. Walker, D. C. Brooks & P. Baepler).
  • Perceptions of Presentation Capture in Counselor Education (R. Gibson & A. Miller).
  • The Blended Learning Toolkit: Improving Student Performance and Retention (T. B. Cavanagh).
  • Open Educational Resources: The Bridge to Success Project (D. Lascu).
  • The Syllabus and a 21st Century Education (R. Rosales). [120110]

Educause Review (2012, January-February, Vol. 47, No. 1)

  • Information Technology: A View from Both Sides of the President’s Desk (M. A. McRobbie).
  • Filling the IT Leadership Pipeline: A Panel Discussion (N. Maas, et. al.).
  • Aspiring and Residing IT Leaders: A Legacy for the Future (K. W. McIntosh).
  • Leadership for Constant Change (D. G. Oblinger).
  • Clients Get It, So Must We (M. A. McMillan).
  • The Orphan Wars (J. Grimmelmann).
  • A Post-LMS World (L. Pugliese).
  • Opening Up the Academy: The “Open” Agenda, Technology, and Universities (S. Pinfield).
  • The IT Lab: It’s Not Dead Yet (P. Tinson). [120125]

eLearning Papers (2011, November, Issue 27)

  • Typologies of Learning Design and the introduction of a “LD-Tyoe 2” case example (E. Dobozy).
  • Using patters to design technology-enhanced learning scenarios (F. Buendía García 7 J. V. Benlloch-Dualde).
  • Students as learning designers: Using social media to scaffold the experience (L. Cameron & M. Tanti).
  • Blended Collaborative Constructive Participation (BCCP): A model for teaching in higher education (M. B. Ligorio & S. Cucchiara).
  • Knowledge-building: Designing for learning using social and participatory media (G. Casey).
  • Creating Invitational Online Learning Environments Using Art-Based Learning Interventions (B. Perry, et. al.). [111206]

International Research Journals (2012, 3, 2, February)

  • Acquired and required competencies in manufacturing sector graduates from employers’ and employees’ perspective: The Malaysian case (A. Kanesan Abdullah, et. al.).
  • Evaluation of the relationship between Internet accessibility and students performance: Case study ofStrathmoreUniversity(K. E. Nyokabi & A. I. Lukandu).
  • Applications of generalizability theory to estimate the reliability of EFL learners’ performance-based assessment: A preliminary study (L. Hsu). [120228]

Liberal Education (The Completion Agenda) (2012, Winter, Vol. 98 No. 1)

  • Where Completion Goes Awry: The Metrics for “Success” Mask Mounting Problems with Quality (C. G. Schneider).
  • What’s Wrong with the Completion Agenda—And What We Can Do About It (D. Humphreys).
  • The Incomplete Completion Agenda: Implications for Academe and the Academy (G. Rhoades).
  • Students Must Not Become Victims of the Completion Agenda (S. Evenbeck & K. E. Johnson).
  • It’s Not So Easy: The Completion Agenda and the States (G. Walters).
  • The Path to Pedagogical Reform in the Sciences: Engaging Mutual Adaptation and Social Movement Models of Change (A. Kezar).
  • America’s Service Academies, Your Service Academies (D. H. Born, A. T. Phillips & T. E. Trainor).
  • Using Program Evaluation to Enhance Student Success (D. Fairris).
  • The Challenge of Global Literacy: An Ideal opportunity for Liberal Professional Education (I. Nair, et. al.).
  • Starting in School… (S. Albertine). [120125]

Peer Review (Assesing Liberal Education Outcomes Using VALUE Rubrics) (Fall 2011/Winter 2012, Vol. 13, No. 4, Vol. 14, No. 1)

  • From the Editor
  • Emerging Evidence for Positive Change (T. L. Rhodes).
  • Measuring Student Progress with E-Portfolios (J. E. Clark & B. Eynon).
  • Assesing General Education Learning Outcomes (L. Siefert).
  • Assessing Early Integrative Learning (B. Braid, G. Palma, A. W. Grose)
  • Fostering Integrative Knowledge and Lifelong Learning (M. R. Peet, L. Reynolds-Keefer & S. Lonn).
  • Staying on Track with Rubric Assessment (M. Oakleaf).
  • Increasing the Validity of Outcomes Assessment (K. Langan Pusecker, et. al.).
  • How Reliable Are the VALUE Rubrics? (A. P. Finley).
  • Our Primitive Art of Measurement (T. Banta). [120215]

Thought & Action. The NEA Higher Education Journal (2011, Fall)

  • Small World: Crafting an Inclusive Classroom (No Matter What You Teach (M. A. Armstrong).
  • “Metrics Mania: The Growing Corporatization ofU.S.Philanthropy (A. R. Bernstein).
  • “Metrics, Business Plans, and the Vanishing Public Good” (G. Tuchman).
  • “I Wanna Be a Billionare” (Open Letter from B. Lyne).
  • “College 101: Introducing At-Risk Students to Higher Education” (P. Hernandez).
  • “Recruiting and Retaining Latino Faculty Members: The Missing Piece to Latino Student Success” (L. Ponjuan). [120110]