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Vol 16, No 5 (2016): Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning The Academic Experiences Survey (AES): Measuring Perceptions of Academic Climate in Liberal Arts Institutions Abstract  PDF
Kathleen Marie Galotti, Lacey R. Clare, Courtney McManus, Andrea Nixon
 
Vol 16, No 6 (2016): Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Waste or Wisdom: The Neglected Case of the ‘W’ Abstract  PDF
Sridhar Ramachandran, Annette Wyandotte
 
Volume 14, Number 4 Locus of control, academic self-concept, and academic dishonesty among high ability college students Abstract  PDF
Anne Rinn, Janette Boazman, Ann Jackson, Brenda Barrio
 
Volume 13, Number 2 Family context predictors of math self-concept among undergraduate STEM majors: An analysis of gender differences Abstract  PDF
Anne Rinn
 
Vol 16, No 1 (2016): Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Undergraduate Students’ Perspectives of Essential Instructor Qualities Abstract  PDF
Beth Trammell, Rosalie Aldrich
 
Volume 12, Number 2 Differences in procrastination and motivation between undergraduate and graduate students Abstract  PDF
Li Cao
 
Volume 12, Number 4 The influence of involvement with faculty and mentoring on the self-efficacy and academic achievement of African American and Latino college students Abstract  PDF
Stacie Craft DeFreitas, Antonio Bravo Jr.
 
Volume 13, Number 1 Academic Achievement in First Generation College Students: The Role of Academic Self-Concept Abstract  PDF
Stacie Craft DeFreitas, Anne Rinn
 
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