Colleagues, you still have access to the premier educational newspaper, The Chronicle of Higher Education. Keep up-to-date about how our education colleagues worldwide are handling business during the pandemic. Click this password-protected link (you will be prompted for your last name and 7-digit Raider number):
Chronicle of Higher Education
For links to other journals in higher education, see the [Faculty & Staff Resources] Subject Guide.
A recent Chronicle of Higher Education article by Daniel Everett of Bentley University in Massachusetts considers that “the less comfortable we are, the more we learn.” Most of us understand the value of learning from diverse perspectives, but sometimes it’s hard to ensure exposure to multiple alternative points of view. GRCC’s Library provides two databases that make it easier to read about diverse perspectives:
Take a look at what those databases have to offer, as well as others on the News Subject Guide. Off-Campus users should logon with last name and 7-digit Raider number.
The premier source for higher education news is the Chronicle of Higher Education. Whether you’re looking for breaking educational news and opinion, statistical data, or job postings, the Chronicle should be one of the first places you look. The Library licenses access to the most recent issue, as well as searchable back issues of PDF articles available through Academic OneFile.
You’ll find Chronicle of Higher Education on the Library’s Database page, as well as on the Faculty Resources Subject Guide and our print issue is available on the LLC’s second floor. On-campus networked users can click right into the database. Off-campus and wireless users need to logon with last name and 7-digit Raider number. Try it today!
The Chronicle of Higher Education recently posted a summer reading list, Geeks at the Beach: 9 intriguing summer reads (and a video) about technology’s turning society upside down, so pick up that beach reading at GRCC’s Library & Learning Commons! Click each title for complete title and location information here at GRCC!