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Series: Greenwood Educators' Reference Collection

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Handbook of academic advising by Virginia N. Gordon1992
Handbook for the College and University Career Center by Edwin L. Herr1993
Handbook of College Teaching: Theory and Applications by Keith W. Prichard1994
Handbook of Cooperative Learning Methods by Shlomo Sharan1994
The Training and Development of School Principals: A Handbook by Ward Sybouts1994
Planning and Managing Death Issues in the Schools: A Handbook by William A. Berkan1995
Where in the World to Learn: A Guide to Library and Information Science for International Education Advisers by Edward A. Riedinger1995
Student Records Management: A Handbook by M. Therese Ruzicka1997
Supportive supervision in schools by Raymond C. Garubo1998
Working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender College Students: A Handbook for Faculty and Administrators by Ronni L. Sanlo1998
Higher education administration : a guide to legal, ethical, and practical issues by Norma M. Goonen1999
Students in Discord : Adolescents with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders by c. robin boucher1999
Issues in Web-Based Pedagogy: A Critical Primer by Robert A. Cole2000
Succeeding in an Academic Career: A Guide for Faculty of Color by Mildred Garcia2000
Handbook of Research on Catholic Higher Education by Thomas C. Hunt2001
Our Place on Campus: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Services and Programs in Higher Education by Ronni L. Sanlo2002
University and College Women's Centers: A Journey toward Equity by Sharon L. Davie2002

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