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Authors

Judith H. Berg

Judith H. Berg is the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Associate Professor of School Administration in the Feinstein School of Education at Rhode Island College, Providence, RI. Judith's research and other scholarly pursuits, are focused by leadership efforts at the district level and school level, most particularly the political work of the superintendent of schools, and collaborative efforts between districts and other youth and family serving agencies. She teaches doctoral and masters level courses in organizational theory and policy development and implementation. Previously she taught at the University of Northern Colorado and served as a district level administrator, middle school principal and teacher.

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Embracing Influence: Contradictions in Leadership Preparation

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Sandra Enos

Sandra Enos, Associate Professor of Sociology at Rhode Island College, is founder of the electronic RIC-based journal Issues in Teaching and Learning. Prior to coming to Rhode Island College, she served as national director of the Integrating Service with Academic Study Project at Campus Compact. She is the author of several articles, book chapters, and papers published in the area of service-learning, serves on the editorial board of the Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, and was a finalist for 2000 Thomas Ehrlich Faculty Award for Service Learning.

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Service-Learning on American Campuses: Challenges for Pedagogy and Practice

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E. Pierre Morenon

Dr. E. Pierre Morenon is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Rhode Island College where he has taught since 1978, completing over 100 archaeological projects in Rhode Island. These projects have varied from studies of children's play through artifacts recovered in excavation at the State Home and School in Providence to evaluations of ancient Narragansett sites. Most studies have been funded and many have been completed with Rhode Island College students. He has also lived and completed local research in Egypt, New Mexico and Texas.

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The Importance of Local Places: Teaching and Learning Start at Home

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Tjalda Nauta

Tjalda Nauta is the Director of James P. Adams Library at Rhode Island College. Previously she was at the Library at Bentley College for 20 years, starting as Head Reference Librarian and most recently as the Library's Director. She holds a Master's Degree in Library and Information Science from Simmons College, and has participated in a series of USIA-sponsored faculty exchanges with universities in Estonia since the breakup of the Soviet Union. She has extensive experience working with students and faculty on all aspects of the research process, and having experienced the tidal wave of change in methods of information storage and retrieval is concerned about the difficulties researchers encounter in today's information glut.

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From Gutenberg To The Gutenberg Project - Lost In The Information Glut

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