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XV TOPIC to be defined in 2018-19
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-15
          Foreword by   ooo
XIV STEM Part 2   2018 spring
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-14

        Foreword by   Cherie A. McCollough, Ph.D.
XIII SOTL   Part 3   2017 spr
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-13

        Foreword by   Deborah McCarthy, Ph. D.
XII SOTL   Part 2   Fall 2016
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-12

        Foreword by   James W. Jones, Ed.D.
XI HOW-TO   Part 1
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-11

        Foreword by   Marilyn Lockhart, Ed. D.
X Health   Part 1
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-10

        Foreword by   Elizabeth Wadlington, Ph.D.
IX STEM   Part 1
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-9

        Preface by Steve S. Pec
VIII Diversity   Part 1
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-8

        Preface by Thalia M. Mulvihill, Ph.D.
VII SOTL   Part 1
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-7

        Introduction by   C. A. McCollough, PhD.
VI Students   Part 1
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-6

        Foreword by   Denise McDonald, Ed.D.
V Language   Part 1
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-5

        Introduction by R. L. Chism, Ph.D.
        Preface
        Anna Franca Plastina
        Emilia Di Martino
        Marilyn Pasqua
        Bruna Di Sabato
IV Writing Center   Part 1
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-4

        Foreword by Karen Johnson, Ed.D.
        Preface by   Kellie A. Charron
III Collaboration   Part 1
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-3

        Preface
        Melody D'Ambrosio Deprez, Ed.D.
        Anita Jones, Ed.D.
        Kara Rusk, Ed.D.
II Ready to Use   Part 2
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-2

        Editors:
        Melinda R. Pierson, Ph.D.
        Kristin K. Stang, Ph.D.
        Ben Varner, Ph.D.
        Preface pp.5-6 (pdf file)
I Ready to Use   Part 1
        ISBN 0-9709895-0-4

        Editor:   Linda Serra Hagedorn, Ph.D.
        Preface pp.13-14


        
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Distribution
of authors by
academic rank
YEARS 1997-2015
%
PROFESSORS
20
ASSOCIATE PROF
32
ASSISTANT PROF
19
INSTRUCTOR
6
OTHER
9
GRADUATE STUDENT
14

IMPACT FACTOR: 5-index 6-median by Google Scholar Metrics
Details for 15 publications with Academic Exchange Quarterly in a 5th entry (PDF format ).

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