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TOMORROW'S PROFESSOR LISTSERVE·

 
  August, 18 1999 21:47
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Tomorrows-Professor Listserve is a product of the Stanford University Learning Laboratory and is sent bi-weekly to approximately 2,700 subscribers, mostly graduate students, postdocs, and beginning faculty at colleges and universities around the world. Over 110 postings have been sent to date on such topics as:

Academia

* New Faculty Reward Structures
* Faculty Learning and Institutional Change

Preparing for Academic Careers

* The Academic Job Talk.
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Managing Your Academic Career

* Tenure Tips
* Twelve Suggestions for Optimizing Academic Career Success

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* How Students Learn, How Teachers Teach, and What Goes Wrong With the Process

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* How Graduate Students and Faculty Miscommunicate

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