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Organizing for learning is an important emphasis for AAHE, and rightly so. Colleges and universities should make institutional changes that promote better and more effective learning. Our experiences — from a national perspective at the American Council on Education (ACE) and ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education and from a campus-based perspective at Portland State University — suggest that before institutions can organize for learning, they must first learn for organizing.
Originally published in AAHE Bulletin © 1999 AAHE. Reproduced with permission.
Eckel, P. D., Kezar, A., & Lieberman, D. (1999). Learning for Organizing: Institutional Reading Groups as a Strategy for Change. AAHE Bulletin, 6-8. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/gse_pubs/459
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Date Posted: 25 August 2018