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H-Teachpol Discussion Network

H-Teachpol is dedicated to the discussion of issues regarding political science teaching in post-secondary settings. It is a forum to discuss the role of political science teaching within the larger framework of liberal learning, to examine current trends in higher education (e.g., distance learning, service learning, integration of new technologies, assessment, outcome-based evaluation, and declining enrollment in political science courses), to share information about the latest teaching innovations, especially those related to technology and experiential education, and to promote exemplary teaching within the political science discipline. The list is co-sponsored by the American Political Science Association's Organized Sections on Computers and Multimedia and Undergraduate Education, and H-Net (Humanities and Social Sciences OnLine, discussed in the June 14, 1996 Scout Report).
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H-Teachpol: Teaching Politics Techniques and Technologies
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Date of Scout Publication
February 28th, 1997
Date Of Record Creation
April 3rd, 2003 at 11:43am
Date Of Record Release
April 3rd, 2003 at 11:43am
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