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MacBlain, Fiona. Spring 2005, 54.
MacBlain, Martin S.  Summer 2004, 221.
MacBlain, Sean.  Summer 2004, 221. Spring 2005, 54.
MacWilliams, David C.  Spring 2005, 67.
Mack, Daniel C. Spring 2004, 41.
Macdonald, Karen Crane.  Summer 2002, p. 13.
MacDonald, Malcolm.  Fall 2001, p. 5.
MacGregor, Cynthia J. Winter 2001, p. 77.  Winter 2001, p. 143.
Mach, Michelle.  Fall 1999, p. 52.
Machuca, Wayne. Winter 2004, 81.
Maddux, Cleborne D. Spring 2003, p. 163.
Madsen, Susan R.  Fall 2004, 130. Winter 2004, 152. Spring 2005, 11.
Magruder, Sarah C.  Winter 2003,  102.
Mahan, Krista.  Spring 1998, p. 45.
Maher, Michael J. Spring 2004, 124.
Maintaining Students' Sense of Community  in a Multiversity.  Summer 2001, p. 83.
Major, Claire H. Spring 2001, p. 4. 
Makalela, Leketi. Winter 2003,  116.
Making Informed Choices:  A Model for Comprehensive Classroom Assessment .  Spring 2001, p. 31.
Malik, Dimple.  Fall 2003, 209.
Making Neuroscience Simple by Promoting Metacognition. Winter 2003,  286.
Mallen, Cheryl.  Fall 2003, 18.
Malone, Christopher Todd. Summer 2003, p.  53.
Maloney, Julie.  Winter 1999, p. 91.
Making a Civic Investment through Technology. Winter 2004, 125.
Making Company Training Happen when Employees can't Leave the 
        Workplace.  Fall 1997, p. 31. 
Makuakane-Drechesel, Teresa.   Summer 2000, p. 82.
Makuakane-Lundin, Gail.   Summer 2000, p. 82.
Males’ Academic Motivation: Doing a Personal Best. Winter 2004, 95.
Management and Development of Higher Education Institutions.  
        Summer 1999, p. 17.
Manns, Derrick. Summer 2001, p. 83.
Mansour, Wisam. Spring 2004, 299.
Mantero, Miguel. Spring 2003, p. 253. Summer 2003, p.  239. Winter 2003,  220.
Manuel, Kate. Winter 2002, p. 52.
Many Faces of Information Competence. Fall 2003, 6.
Mapping the Novel. Spring 2005, 120.
Marcellino, Patricia Ann. Spring 2004, 304. Fall 2004, 12. 
Maresco, Peter A.  Spring 2005, 75.
Markel, Sherry.   Fall 2000, p. 26.
Marketing Educator in the New Millennium.  Spring 2000, p. 74.
Marsh, George E., II.  Summer 2004, 16.  Summer 2004, 130.
Marshak, John J.   Fall 2000, p. 57.
Martin, Amy Ward. Spring 2004, 212. 
Martin, Janette.  Fall 2002, p. 193.
Martin, Jr., Ernest F. Fall 2004, 223.
Martinez, Ana B.   Fall 2000, p. 46.
Marzolf, Katie.  Summer 2004, 125.
Masero Vargas, Valentín. Fall 2002, p. 85.
Mason, Jennifer Rice. Summer 2001, p. 113.
Mastering Motivational Theories.  Spring 2004, 272.
Mathematical Discovery: A Covariance Analysis. Summer 2004, 115.
Mathematics and Computer-Aided Learning . Summer 2004, 194. 
Mathematics Autobiographies:  A Window into Beliefs, Values, and Past Mathematics Experiences 
	of Preservice Teachers.  Summer 2001, p. 101.
Mathematics: Keystone to Student Learning.   Summer 2000, p. 15.
Mathematics Self-efficacy Performance Discrepancies  of  Underprepared (Developmental)  and 
	Regular Admission College Students.  Summer 2001, p. 167.
Mathematics Training for Service-Learning. Spring 2005, 166.
Mathew, P.I. Summer 2004, 66.
Mathis, Kimberly.  Fall 2003, 162.
Matoush, Toby Leigh. Fall 2003,  78.
Matsumoto, Amiko.   Winter 2000, p. 63.
Matthies, Brad. Winter 2004, 135.	
Mavondo, Felix. Winter 2002, p. 170.
Mayhew, Jack.  Summer 2003, p.  158.
McAlpine, Susan Staniewicz.   Fall 2000, p. 67.
McCarron, Gary.  Summer 1999, p. 32.
McCarthy, Megan.  Summer 2003, p.  300.
McCarty, Bonnie. Winter 2003,  23.
McCarty, Steve.  Fall 1997, p. 71. 
McCollum, Daniel L.  Spring 2005, 297.
McCourt, Julie. Winter 2002, p. 83.
McCoach, D. Betsy. Summer 2001, p. 71.
McCully, Mary S. Summer 2004,  91.
McDonough, Patricia M.   Summer 2000, p. 102.
McDowell, Debra. Summer 2003, p. 178. Winter 2004, 125.
McFadden, Mark. Summer 2003, p. 188.
McGill, Rosemary.Winter 2004, 239. 
McGinnis, Pearl Yeadon.   Summer 2003, p. 178.
McInelly, Brett C.  Summer 2003, p.  20.
McInerney, Dennis M. Spring 2002, p. 132.
McKenna, Marian J.  Winter 1999, p112
McKnight, Katherine. Winter 2002, p. 160.
McLaughlin, Robert. Winter 2001, p. 99.
McLure, Gail T. Spring 2001, p. 58.
McMahon, Beth.  Summer 2003, p.  175.
McMurtry, Jerry R.  Spring 1999, p. 40.   Fall 2000, p. 116.
McNaughton, Mike. Winter 2001, p. 174.
McNichol, Theresa. Fall 2004, 202.
McPherson, Bill.  Spring 2002, p. 206. Summer 2002, p, 158.
McPherson, William  Winter 1997, p. 31.   Spring 1998, p. 22.  Winter 1998, p. 27.
	Spring 1999, p. 19.   Spring 2000, p. 74.  Fall 2002, p. 144.
Meabon, Dave.  Summer 2001, p. 83.
Meahl, Darren.  Spring 1999, p. 54.   Summer 1999, p. 39.
Measuring Statistics Anxiety Using a Stage Theory. Fall 2004, 140.
Media and Theory Through the Writing Process.  Spring 2004, 11.
Media Literacy Prepares Teachers for Diversity.  Spring 2004, 224.
Media Literacy Project on Violence and Conflict.  Spring 2004, 256.
Media Practice in the Humanities Classroom.  Spring 2004, 145.
Mediated Language Classrooms: Theory and Practice. Spring 2003, p. 253.
Medical Providers' and Internet-Based Education. Fall 2004, 116.
Medina, Catherine.  Summer 1998, p. 11.
Meeting the Needs of Students and Parents. Summer 2004, 187.
Meisenheimer, Marilyn. Summer 2003, p. 221
Mello, Robin A. Summer 2001, p. 51.
Melucci, Nancy J.  Fall 1999, p. 92. 
Memoir, Technology, and Research: Public Spaces for Students and 
        Senior Citizens in Service Learning.  Winter 1999, p. 62.
Mentoring as Service-Learning for Undergraduates.  Summer 2003, p. 106.
Merenstein, Gerald. Spring 2002, p. 49.
Meisenheimer, Marilyn. Winter 2002, p. 143.
Mercy’s I.C.P. Program Meets the Challenge. Winter 2003,  147.
Merriam, Steve. Fall 2004, 233.
Mestre, Lori S.  Spring 2004, 46. Winter 2004, 106.
Metacognitive Awareness: Investigating Theory and Practice. Winter 2003,  151.
Metacognitive Knowledge in EFL Writing.  Fall 2001, p. 78.
Metzke, Linda.  Spring 1999, p. 86.
Meyerson, Jerry.  Winter 1997, p. 67.
Michael, Renee L. Spring 2005, 110.
Microsoft Excel for Data Analysis in Schools.   Fall 2000, p. 57. 
Middlemarch: Martyrs to Circumstances.  Summer 2003, p.  293.
Miley, Frances.  Summer 2004, 254.
Miller, Brian. Winter 2001, p. 4. Fall 2002, p. 105.
Miller, Deborah A. Fall 2004, 197.
Miller, Kevin J. Fall 2004, 65. 
Miller, Nikki.  Summer 2002, p. 36.
Miller, Ron L. Spring 2002, p. 32.
Miller, Susan W.  Summer 2003, p. 76.
Millis, Lance A.  Fall 1997, p. 42.
Mind as a Novel Metaphor.  Summer 2003, p. 10.
Minor, Lynn C. Fall 2002, p. 136.
Mir, Farzaneh. Spring 2002, p. 231.
Mir, Montserrat.  Summer 1999, p. 54. 
Misreading Each Other: A Case Study of Revision. Fall 2004, 135.
Mitchell, Diane.  Fall 2002, p. 115.
Mitchell, Matthew. Summer 2001, p. 77.
Mitra, Ananda. Spring 2004, 160.
Mizrachi, Diane. Winter 2004, 181. Winter 2004, 186.
Moallem, Mahnaz.  Spring 1998, p. 17. Winter 2003,  209.
Model for Ensuring Success in the General Education Classroom Using
	Adaptations and Accommodations.  Summer 2002, p. 117.
Modified Monopoly: Experiencing Social Class Inequality. Summer 2004, 249.
Modifying Field Experiences to Service-Learning.  Spring 2004, 91.
Mohr, Erica. Spring 2004, 272.
Monaco, Theresa M.  Spring 2002, p.174. Winter 2002, p. 198.
Monard-Weissman, Kathia.  Summer 2003, p.  164.
Moniz, Veronica.   Spring 2000, p. 116. 
Monk-Turner, Elizabeth. Spring 2005, 282.
Montana Morales Morgado, María.  Fall 2002, p. 85.
Montgomery, Nancy.  Fall 2002, p. 115.
Montón, Elena Ortells.  Summer 2003, p.  278.
Moody, Lanardo. Fall 2002, p. 56.
Moon, Hye Sun.  Winter 2003,  142.
Mooney, Paul. Summer 2003, p. 309.
Moore, Jane. Winter 2004, 25.
Moore, Joy.  Fall 2002, p. 177.
Moore, Tara. Spring 2005, 170.
Moral Ambiguity in Darkness Visible.  Spring 2004, 95.
Moral Development of the Child and Erotic Songs.  Fall 1998, p. 73. 
Moral Values for Public Education.  Summer 2004, 274.
Morin, Joe.  Spring 2004, 36.
Morris, John D. Spring 2003, p. 179
Morris, Kevin.  Winter 1998, p43,  Spring 1999, p. 51.
Morrison, David.  Summer 2004, 22.
Morse, Timothy E.  Summer 2002, p. 25.
Moseley, James L.Winter 2004, 204.
Moskal, Barbara M.  Spring 2001, p. 72.  Winter 2001, p. 203.  Spring 2002, p. 32. Fall 2003, 317.
Motivating Parents through Class Websites. Spring 2003, p. 292.
Motivating Perspective Taking through Oral Performance. Winter 2003,  256. 
Moving Toward Collaborative Practices in Education. Winter 2003, 171.
Mpofu, Elias.  Fall 2002, p. 16.  Fall 2002, p. 49. 
Mueller, Irene L. E.  Spring 2004, 155.
Mueller, Suzanne S. Spring 2001, p. 31.
Mulholland, Rita. Fall 2003, 57.
Mullany, Jacqueline M.  Spring 2005, 287.
Multi-Cultural Awareness in a Learning Community. Winter 2004, 77.
Multicultural Pedagogy and Web-Based Technologies. Spring 2003, p. 23.
Multi-Discipline, Web-based Healthcare Orientation.  Spring 2004, 155.
Multigenerational Approach to Teaching Research. Winter 2004, 49.
Multimedia Learning Environments for Early Readers. Winter 2003,  229.
Multiple Literacies, CMC, and Language and Culture Learning.  Fall 2001, p. 57.
Multisensory Learning in Inclusive Classrooms. Fall 2003, 244.
Multisystemic Approach for Management Education.  Spring 2004, 81.
Munter, Judith H.   Spring 2000, p. 69.  Winter 2000, p. 2. Summer 2003, p. 3.  Spring 2005, 5. 
Murawski, Wendy W.  Summer 2002, p. 113.  Fall 2003, 5. 104.
Murphy, Patrick D.  Winter 2003,  53.
Murphy, Sheila.  Fall 2000, p. 67.
Murphy, Teresa Burns.  Summer 2001, p. 62.
Murray, John.  Fall 2002, p. 115.
Musial, Paul M.   Summer 2000, p. 15.
Must We Collaborate?  Examining Cultural Contexts. Fall 2003, 114.
Musumeci-Renwick, Judith A.  Summer 2002, p. 90.
Mutual Benefits of Teacher/Scientist Partnerships. Fall 2004, 252.
Mwachofi, Ari Katini.  Spring 2002, p. 213.
Mwachofi, Ngure wa.  Spring 2002, p. 213.
My Job, My Self.  Spring 2001, p. 56.
Myths of Interactive Television Distance Learning.   Fall 2000, p. 42.



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Nachmias, Rafi. Spring 2003, p. 5.
Nagy, Julia. Summer 2004, 279.
Nall, Timothy M. Winter 2004, 161.
Narrative Analysis of Advanced Japanese Language Students.  Summer 2002, p.186.
Nash, John B.  Winter 1997, p. 9. 
Nashman, Honey.   Winter 2000, p. 63.
National Board Certification: Making the Choice to Seek Certification.
        Spring 1999, p. 40.
Nature of Knowledge in Web-Based Learning Environments. Winter 2003, 28.
Navan, Joy L. Spring 2002, p. 138.
Neathery-Castro, Jody. Fall 2003, 90.
Need for Specialized Clinical Training in Mental Health Service Delivery to Latinos.  
        Winter 2000, p. 92.
Needs Analysis of Community Technology Centers. Spring 2003, p. 74.
Neige qui tombe engraisse.  Winter 1999, p. 2.
Nelson, James. Summer 2004, 96.
Nelson, Lydia Ann. Spring 2003, p. 48.
Nelson, J. Ron.  Summer 2002, p. 144.
Nelson, Robert S.  Fall 2003, 322. Winter 2004, 157.
Nemtchinova, Ekaterina.Winter 2004, 56.
Neville, Susan.  Summer 2003, p.  86.
New "3Rs": Gender and the Science and Engineering Classroom.  Winter 2001, p. 196.
New Era of Language Learning. Spring 2003, p. 148.
Newman, Fran.   Summer 2000, p. 58.
Newman, Marsha. Spring 2003, p. 242.
New Professors’ Reflections on the Dissertation Process.  Spring 2004, 105.
Newton, Diane. Winter 2001, p. 70.
Newton, Stephen. Fall 2003, 167.
Neyer, Linda.  Fall 2003, 85.
Ngeow, Karen. Winter 2001, p. 53.
Ng, Todd.  Summer 1999, p. 17.
Nicholas, Karen R.  Summer 2002, p. 90.
Nichols-Pecceu, Martha.  Fall 2001, p. 51.
Nickel, Kerie L.  Winter 2003,  102.
Nickitas, Donna M.   Summer 2003, p.  86.
Nicolas, Melissa. Spring 2004, 105.
Night Train's Dark Lesson.  Summer 2003, p.  288.
Niiler, Lucas P. Winter 2003,  97.
Nokes, Kathleen M.   Summer 2003, p.  86.
Non-native Speakers in E-Learning Environments.  Spring 2004, 187.
Normand, Deborah B.  Spring 2005, 84.	
Novel Expectations to Novel Evaluations. Spring 2005, 89.
Novel Pedagogies.  Summer 2003, p. 15. 
Norton, Bill. Fall 2003, 157.
Norton, Sue M. Spring 2001, p. 38.
Notes from the Literature Core Curriculum Trenches.  Summer 2001, p. 199.
Not So Black and White: Finding Diversity Where We Least Expect It.   Summer 2000, p. 64.
Nottingham, Joanne E.  Summer 1998, p. 72. 
Novel Understanding of Ecology. Winter 2003, 7.
Novemsky, Lisa. Fall 2004, 56. 
Novice EFL Teacher Development. Spring 2003, p. 117.
Nowakowski, Brandi.  Summer 2004, 22.
Nyland, Berenice. Spring 2004, 175. 

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Oberer, Joan J. Spring 2003, p. 193.
O'Byrne, Kathy.   Winter 2000, p. 47.  Summer 2003, p.  146.
O’Connor, Dava M.  Summer 2002, p. 19.
O’Donoghue, John. Winter 2002, p. 77.
Oermann, Marilyn H.   Fall 2000, p. 85.
Ogle, Richard.  Fall 1998, p. 65. 
O’Hara, Lisa.  Summer 2002, p, 158.
Ohana, Chris.  Summer 2004, 153.
Olaniran, Bolanle A. Spring 2004, 27. 
Old, Barbara. Spring 2002, p. 32.
Olivares-Cuhat, Gabriela.  Spring 1999, p. 81. Fall 2001, p. 74.
Oliver, J. Steve. Spring 2005, 222.
O’Neil, Carol E.  Spring 2005, 84.  Spring 2005, 128.
Online Adjunct Faculty: Issues & Opportunities. Fall 2004, 125.
Online Discourse in a Second Language Teacher Preparation Course.  Winter 2002, p. 136.
Online IT Training For School Administrators.Fall 2003,  258.
Online Information: The Spider’s Sticky Web. Spring 2003, p. 79.
Online Instruction:  New Roles for Teachers and Students.  Winter 2001, p. 11.
Online Learning Experience: A Case Study. Fall 2003, 263.
Online Perspectives: From Participant to Practitioner.  Winter 2002, p. 88.
Online Teaching: A Framework for Success. Winter 2004, 90.
On-line versus Traditional Instruction: Have You Logged on Yet? Winter 2002, p. 83.
Onofrey, Karen A.  Spring 2004, 109.  Fall 2004, 51.
On the Dysfunctional Nature of Systemic Functional Grammar.  Fall 2001, p. 100.
On the Road to Education for Democracy.  Summer 2003, p. 331.
On the Use of Time.  Winter 1998, p. 68.
Onwuegbuzie, Anthony J.  Summer 2002, p. 52. Fall 2002, p. 136. Spring 2003, p. 188.
	Summer 2003, p. 304. Summer 2003, p. 319.  Fall 2003, 302.  Fall 2003, 307. Fall 2004, 31.  
Opening Opportunities for Student Decision Making.  Winter 2002, p. 193.
Opera as an Intervention for Rural Public School Children.  Summer 2003, p. 178.
Operational Definitions for Higher-Order Thinking Objectives at the Post-secondary Level.
        Fall 2000, p. 99.
Operationalizing Interactive Learning Paradigms through Cooperative 
        Learning Activities 100% of the Time in Math Class.  Summer 1998, p. 51. 
Orazem, Vicki.  Winter 1999, p. 42.
Organic Education and its Place in the City. Spring 2005, 20.
Orleans, Myron. Spring 2003, p. 263.
O’Reilly, Meg.  Winter 2001, p. 70.
Organization of the Concept of Knowledge.   Summer 2001, p. 187.
Ortiz, Robert W.  Summer 1998, p. 11.   Fall 1998, p. 15.
Osgood-Treston, Brit. Summer 2001, p. 120.
Osterberg, Lars. Spring 2003, p. 29.
Ostrander, Tammy.  Summer 2003, p. 35.
O'Sullivan, John V.   Spring 2000, p. 84.
Outcalt, Charles L.   Summer 2000, p. 102.
Outcomes from Catholic Service-Learning.  Winter 2002, p. 123.
Outcomes of Service-Learning in a Family Communication Course.  Winter 2002, p. 131.
Owen, Karen. Spring 2004, 170.
Owens, Emma M.  Summer 2003, p.  138.
Owens, Jim.  Winter 2001, p. 128.
Ozen, Gonca. Spring 2003, p. 90.

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Pace, Darra.  Summer 2003, p. 205. Fall 2003, 28.  Winter 2003,  292.
Pace, Sara P.  Spring 2002, p. 104.
Painting Three Pictures of Collaboration. Fall 2004, 207. 
Paje, Vanessa. Fall 2004, 261.
Palazesi, Iris Nierenberg.  Summer 2001, p. 193.
Paleologou, Nektaria. Fall 2004, 91.
Palka, Jacqueline. Fall 2004, 286.
Palmer, Barbara C. Summer 2002, p. 90.
Palmer, Betsy.  Spring 2001, p. 4. 
Panici, Daniel.   Winter 2000, p. 33.
Panitz, Ted.  Summer 1998, p. 51. 
Pankey, Robert B.   Fall 2000, p. 38.
Panko, Mary. Spring 2003, p. 79.
Pan, William. Spring 2004, 7.
Paradise, Angela. Spring 2004, 294.
Paralleling the Experiences of First Year Professors and Freshmen.  
        Fall 1998, p. 32. 
Pardon me for Making you Think!  Winter 1997, p. 56. 
Park, B.C. Ben.   Fall 2002, p. 62.
Parke, Tim. Fall 2004, 158.
Parsons, Kathryn.  Fall 2003, 142.
Parsons, Michael. Spring 2004, 160.
Parsons, Shelly. Fall 2004, 27.
Partnership-Directed Education: A Focus on Technology. Spring 2003,  p 34.
Partridge, Jeffrey F. L. Spring 2003, p. 282.
Pashley, Jayne.  Fall 1998, p. 5.
Pass, Susan. Spring 2004, 119.
Passing the Torch: Developing Students'  Professional Identity through Connected 
	Narratives.  Summer 2001, p. 51.
Passman, Roger. Winter 2002, p. 160.  Fall 2003, 279.
Paterson, Jane.  Winter 2001, p. 118.
Paterson, Susanne F. Winter 2004, 165.
Path to Lifelong Learning:  A Case for Preservice Teacher Research.  Summer 2001, p. 193.
Paths to Understanding.  Fall 2003, 322.
Pathways to Intergenerational Understanding.  Summer 2003, p. 326.
Patry, Jean-Luc.  Fall 2001, p. 155.
Patterson, Debra L.   Summer 2003, p.  121.
Patterson, Donna.  Summer 2002, p. 139.
Patton, Martha D.  Winter 2003, 204.
Payne, Brian K.  Spring 2005, 282.
Payne, Robin. Spring 2003, p. 258.
Peace Begins in the Classroom.  Winter 2004, 219.
Peacock, Lyn.   Fall 2000, p. 92.
Pear, Joseph J.   Fall 2000, p. 99. Winter 2001, p. 94.
Pearson, Darrell R.   Summer 2002, p. 73. Winter 2004, 25.
Pec, Steve S.  Fall 1997, p. 4.   Winter 1997, p. 6.   Spring 1998, p. 3.  
        Summer 1998, p. 2.   Fall 1998, p. 2.   Winter 1998, p. 2.  
        Spring 1999, p. 2.  Summer 1999, p. 2.   Fall 1999, p. 2.   Winter 1999, p. 2.
Pedagogical Implications of Classroom Blogging. Winter 2004, 60.
Pedagogy: A Matter of Sharing One’s Experiential Past for Today’s Learning.  Spring 2002, p. 27.
Pedagogy of Urban Media Literacy.  Spring 2004, 199.
Peele, Thomas. Winter 2004, 277.
Peer Debriefing: Who, What, When, Why, How. Fall 2003, 36.
Peer Teaching for Life-Long Learning Skills. Summer 2004, 254.
Pelaez, Nancy J. Winter 2004, 25.
Pengelly, Vicki. Fall 2003,  61.
Pengiran-Jadid, Pengiran Rahmah.  Summer 2003, p. 199.
Pepin, Kathleen E. Spring 2003, p. 169.
Pepin, Madeleine. Spring 2003, p. 85.
Perceptions and Attitudes of School Personnel Towards Educator Externships.  Spring 2002, p. 206.
Pershey, Monica Gordon. Fall 2002, p.75.
Perrakis, Athena I.   Summer 2000, p. 114.
Perrault, Anna.  Spring 2001, p. 79.
Perspectives of Adult Learners on Returning to College: A Study of Tenacious Persisters.  Summer 2001, p.  181.
Persuasion and Transcendence in To the Lighthouse. Spring 2005, 161.
Peter, David M. Fall 2003,  224.
Pettigrew, Alison.  Spring 2002, p. 61.
Pfennighaus, Ann.   Fall 2000, p. 67.
Philhower, Susan C. Summer 2002, p. 108.
Phillips, Barbara M. Fall 2004, 257.
Philosophy and Ethics Education for Cadets.  Summer 2004, 135.
Phipps, Glenda. Winter 2004, 277.
Pierce, Lynn.    Summer 2000, p. 100. 
Pierson, Melinda R.  Summer 2002, p. 2.  Summer 2002, p. 152. Spring 2003, p. 122.  Fall 2003, 5. 268.
	Fall 2004, 6.  Spring 2005, 124.
Pilot Study of the Impact of Service-Learning in College Composition 
        on Native and Non-Native Speakers.  Winter 1999, p. 54.
Pincas, Anita. Winter 2003,  225.
Pinciotti, Patricia. Spring 2001, p. 31.
Piotrowski, Nancy A.  Winter 2001, p. 88.  Spring 2002, p. 42.
Pipitone, Vito. Spring 2004, 261.
Plagiarism Revisited: Giving Students Confidence to Claim their own 
        Ideas.  Summer 1998, p. 5. 
Platt, Carrie Anne Platt. Spring 2004, 160.
Poindexter, Sandra.  Fall 1999, p. 7.
Politics of Writing Center as Location.  Spring 2004, 105.
Pollard, Connie. Winter 2004, 25.
Pope and the Rhetoric of Natural Phenomena. Winter 2003,  84.
Porcaro, James W. Winter 2002, p. 113. Fall 2003, 184.
Portal Model for Interactive Learning. Spring 2003, p. 287.
Portas, Matthew. Spring 2002, p. 61.
Porter, Maureen. Summer 2001, p. 12.
Porter, Olivia F.  Summer 2001, p. 159.
Portfolio Assessment and Teacher Development. Fall 2004, 265. 
Positive Involvement in Parent-Teacher Collaborative Models. Fall 2003, 162.
Potential for Service-Learning.  Summer 2003, p.  3
Powell, Gwynn M.  Fall 2004, 163.
Preadolescents' Expectations for the Timing of Responsibilities and Privileges.  Summer 2001, p. 58.
Preparing Practicing Teachers to Teach in Inclusive Schools. Fall 2003, 298.
Preparing Special Educators for Poverty Settings. Fall 2004, 65. 
Preparing Special Educators through Collaborative Partnerships. Fall 2003, 218.
Preparing to Teach Online. Winter 2004, 244.
Prescott, Renate W.  Fall 1997, p. 9.   Winter 1997, p. 56.   Spring 1998, p. 7.  
        Summer 1998, p. 5.
Presence of the Mother Tongue in the Foreign Language Classroom.  Fall 2001, p. 18.
Presence of this Second Volume.    Spring 2000, p. 2. 
Pre-service Teachers’ Attitudes Regarding ESL Students.  Spring 2004, 183.
Pre-service Teachers’ Experience of Inclusion.  Spring 2004, 175.
Pre-tertiary Distributed Education in Canadian Urban Centers Spring 2003, p. 268.
Principles for More Deliberate Assessment.  Spring 2004, 124.
Problem-Based Service-Learning.  Winter 1999, p. 16.
Problems in the Writing Center. Winter 2003,  261.
Problems with a Lecture-based Teaching Methodology in Higher 
        Education.  Winter 1997, p. 26.
Process and Outcomes of Integrating Service-Learning Methodology in Nursing     
        Curricula.    Spring 2000, p. 33.
Product and Resource Markets: Points of Symmetry. Winter 2004, 111.
Professional Development Needs Assessment for Secondary Vocational and Technical 
        Education Teachers Related to Students with Special Needs: Tables 1-6.  
        Summer 2000, p. 33.
Professionalizing Community-based Research. Spring 2005, 263.
Professional Development: Starting University District Partnerships. Winter 2003,  292.
Professors' Usage of Computer Mediated Technology.   Fall 2000, p. 46. 
Profile of Learning Through Service: Assessment.  Summer 2003, p.  138.
Profile of Welfare Recipient Reading Behaviors.  Spring 2002, p. 237.
Program Completion Barriers Faced  by Adult Learners in Higher Education.  Summer 2001, p. 120.
Progymnasmata - An Answer for Today’s Rhetorical Pedagogy? Spring 2003, p. 112.
Promoting Health Information Literacy. Spring 2003, p. 200.
Promoting Beginning Special Education Teachers' Understanding of Emergent
	Literacy.  Summer 2002, p. 122.
Proposing a Commitment to Blackboard. Spring 2003, p. 48.
Providing a Safety Net for New Teachers: University-school 
        District Collaboration. Summer 1998, p. 21.
Providing Scientific Information to Children with Dyslexia. Winter 2003,  299.
Provitera, Michael J.  Summer 2002, p. 63.
Pryor, Caroline. Fall 2003, 147.
Psaromiligkos, Yannis.  Winter 2001, p. 83.
Psychology, Technology, and the Twenty-first Century.  Winter 1998, p. 3.
Public Relations and the College Greek System: PR Nightmare or Opportunity?
        Spring 2000, p. 89.
Public Universities:  For Members Only?  Summer 1999, p. 85.
Puente Project: Socializing and Mentoring Latino Community College Students.
       Summer 2000, p. 90.
Pulaski, Michelle M.  Fall 2003, 254.
Putting the Service into Service Learning: A Case Study at a Military Service Academy.  
        Winter 2000, p. 109.
Puzziferro, Maria. Fall 2004, 125.

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Quality Online Education - New Research Agendas. Spring 2003, p. 17
Quest for Meaning in Educational Research. Fall 2004, 7.
Quinlan, Kevin P.  Winter 1998, p6
Quinn, Christina.  Fall 2002, p. 12.
Quintanar Sarellana, Rosalinda. Summer 2001, p. 58.

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Rabbini, Roberto. Spring 2003, p. 126.
Racioppi, Linda.  Fall 2003, 12.
Rainey, Carolyn. Spring 2002, p. 206.
Raising Self-Expectations:  The Key to Motivating Students with Disabilities.
	Summer 2002, p. 68.
Raising the Roof: Expanding the Frontiers of Service-Learning in the Field of Literacy.
       Spring 2000, p. 27.
Ramirez Jr., Reynaldo.  Fall 2001, p. 184.
Rancourt, Regan E. Summer 2002, p. 90.
Randall, Erika Freihage.   Winter 2000, p. 40.
Raney, Vanessa. Spring 2003, p. 85.
Ranging Widely to Find Home. Winter 2003,  53.
Rao, A. M. Srikanta. Spring 2001, p. 58.
Rapking, Candace I.   Fall 2002, p.75.
Rapoport, Liora.  Summer 2001, p. 12.
Rappoport, Ann L.   Winter 2000, p. 15.
Rathe, Bette.Winter 2004, 141.
(Re-) Capturing the Novel.  Fall 2002, p. 198.
Re-Certification of Temporary Certified Teachers. Winter 2003,  112.
Read, Cynthia N.   Fall 2000, p. 99.
Reading and Auditory Processing Collaborative Project. Winter 2003,  162.
Reading Between the Lines on Surveys.  Summer 2002, p. 58.
Reading For Writing. Spring 2003, p. 90.
Reading Journals: A Versatile Assessment Strategy. Winter 2004, 115.
Real-Life Experiences in Computing Courses. Winter 2004, 86.
Realistic Course Previews for Online Students. Winter 2004, 196.
Reardon, Colleen. Spring 2005, 243.
Reflecting on Online Teaching and Learning. Winter 2004, 7.
Reflective Writing in Preservice Content Courses. Spring 2005, 27.
Reducing Economics Language Anxiety: Utilizing Life Experiences of 
        Students.  Fall 1997, p. 43. 
Reductive Grammar Approach to the Teaching of Spanish as a Second Language.  Fall 2001, p. 68.
Reed, Brandie.  Winter 1999, p. 137.
Reed, Linda Whitley. Winter 2001, p. 88.  Spring 2002, p. 42.
Reed, Virginia A.  Fall 2004, 106.
Reflecting on the “Good Life:” An Intergenerational Dialogue.  Summer 2003, p.  66.
Reflection on Balancing Theory and Practice in Student Group 
        Business Projects.  Fall 1998, p. 5.
Reflections of a Practitioner: Service Adds Depth to the Learning Experience for Both        
        Student and Teacher.   Winter 2000, p. 4. 
Reflections on the Definitions of the Key Terms Used in the Massachusetts World Language
        Curriculum Framework.  Fall 1998, p. 66. 
Reflective Discussion Group: Focused Discussion in a High-Stakes Environment.  Winter 2002, p. 160.
Regalado, Mariana.  Fall 2003, 6.
Reid, Ian C. Spring 2003, p. 17.
Reid, Pamela Trotman.  Summer 2004, 125.
Reiman, Alan J. Spring 2004, 124.
Reininger, Belinda M. Spring 2003, p. 230.
Relating Students’ Social and Achievement Goals. Spring 2005, 297.
Relationship of Math Anxiety and Gender. Summer 2004, 130. 
Relevance of Service-Learning in College Courses. Spring 2005, 197.
Reliability in Evaluating Portfolios for Higher Education Teacher Accreditation.  Spring 2001, p. 17.
Ren, Qianqing. Spring 2004, 256.
Renaming the World: Freeman’s Revolt of Mother.  Summer 2003, p.  262.
Renegotiating Kyoto: A Computer-Aided Role Play. Winter 2004, 176.
Renold, Carl. Winter 2004, 209.
Research on Improving Teacher Time Management. Fall 2004, 27.
Resource Letter: Impact of Perceptual Strengths on Achievement: A Bibliography. Spring 2003, p. 237.
Responding to 9/11. Spring 2003, p. 153.
Response to the NCTM Standards: Confidence and Competence Project (C2).  Winter 2001, p. 203.
Retalis, Symeon.  Winter 2001, p. 83.
Reward Systems and Self-Managed Team Success.  Spring 2004, 27.
Rhetoric of Online Conferencing. Winter 2003,  273.
Revisiting the Language Experience Approach. Spring 2003, p. 122.
Reynolds, Candyce. Fall 2004, 183.
Reynolds, Edryce.  Winter 1997, p. 74.
Reynolds, Thomas.  Spring 2001, p. 98.
Reza Haji Por Nezhad, Gholam.  Fall 2001, p. 88.
Riazi, Abdolmedhi. Spring 2002, p. 231. Summer 2004, 199.
Ricard, Richard J.   Fall 2000, p. 38. 
Richardson, Dianne. Fall 2004, 31.
Richardson, Norman. Summer 2004, 96.
Richie, Eugene.  Winter 1999, p. 62.
Rife, David.  Winter 1998, p. 38. 
Research Attitudes of African-American Graduate Students. Fall 2003, 302.
Restructuring College Teaching to Provide for Current Social and 
        Cultural Trends.  Winter 1998, p. 62. 
Revision of prerequisites: ICT tools.  Fall 2003, 312.
Richardson, Dianne. Fall 2003,  302.
Roach, Terry D.  Spring 2002, p. 206.
Road to Becoming A Non-techie Techie.  Fall 1999, p. 90.
Road to Faculty-Librarian Collaboration. Winter 2004, 135.	
Roberts, Maura L.  Summer 2002, p. 144.
Robinson, Ashley.  Spring 2004, 41.
Robinson, Bonnie J. Summer 2004, 50. Spring 2005, 180.
Robinson, Karen. Fall 2001, p. 113.
Robinson, Scott.  Summer 2001, p. 18. Summer 2003, p.  272. Winter 2004, 248.
Robinson, Tony.  Winter 199, p. 128.
Robbins, Nancy. Fall 2003,  214.
Rockwell, Patricia.  Winter 1999, p. 101.
Roddick, Cheryl. Summer 2001, p. 101.
Roddy, Eileen M.  Spring 2000, p. 96.
Rodney, Marilyn.   Winter 2000, p. 102.
Rogers, Harriet.  Spring 2002, p. 206.
Rohrbacher, Francien  Spring 2003, p. 274.
Role of Anxiety on Graduate Cooperative Groups. Fall 2004, 147.
Role of Learning Strategies in Web-based Instruction.  Winter 2002, p. 20.
Role of literature and culture in the classroom.  Winter 2002, p. 3.
Role of the Outline in Second Language Composition. Spring 2003, p. 137.
Role of the Scientist in the Science Curriculum.  Summer 1999, p. 76.
Role-Playing a Legend in Virtual Reality.  Summer 2003, p.  257.
Romack, Jennifer L.  Summer 2003, p.  126.
Root, Alexey. Spring 2003, p. 183.
Rosenberg, Sheila.  Winter 1998, p. 62.
Rosenberg, Lou .   Spring 2000, p. 6.
Rosen, Brandie.  Summer 2002, p. 96.
Ross, A.R.  Winter 2003,  316.
Ross, Linda. Winter 2001, p. 29.
Roth, Mark.  Fall 1999, p. 59.
Rothlein, Liz. Winter 2003,  157. 
Rotunno, Laura. Spring 2005, 89.
Rozee, Patricia D.   Winter 2000, p. 40.
Ruan, Jiening. Spring 2002, p. 225.  Spring 2003, p. 142.
Rubio, Fernando.  Fall 2001, p. 136.
Rubin, Maureen Shubow.   Spring 2000, p. 16.
Rubin, Renee. Spring 2005, 202.
Rudman, Bill. Fall 2004, 111.
Ruff, William G.  Summer 2004, 40.
Rusciano, Frank Louis. Winter 2003,  311.
Russell, Alison.  Summer 2003, p.  61.
Russell-Bowie, Deirdre.  Spring 2002, p. 132.
Russell, Susan E. Spring 2005, 150.
Russo, Karen A. Winter 2002, p. 151.
Russo, Michael F. Winter 2004, 73.
Russom, Caroline L.  Fall 2003, 194.
Ryan, Kathleen J. Winter 2002, p. 187.
Ryan, Lynne.  Winter 1999, p. 69.
Rymsza-Pawlowska, Malgorzata. Winter 2004, 44.

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Sagher, Yoram.   Summer 2000, p. 15.
Salazar, Theresa A.   Winter 2000, p. 92. Fall 2002, p. 69.
Saleem, Naveed. Winter 2004, 86.
Saleh, Amany. Winter 2004, 90.
Salladay, Jenny B.  Summer 1998, p. 56.   Spring 1999, p. 45.
Samson, Sue.  Fall 2003, 61.
Sánchez, Kathryn. Summer 2004, 56.
Santally, Mohammad I. Spring 2004, 220. 
Santally, Mohammad Issack. Summer 2004, 194.
Sassatelli, Jean.   Spring 2000, p. 64.
Sattler, Joan L. Fall 2001, p. 172.
Saulnier, Bruce. Spring 2002, p. 55.
Saumell, Linda. Summer 2001, p. 25.
Saunders, Gunter. Winter 2003,  225.
Saura Sánchez, Jóse. Spring 2004, 309.
Saving the World (But Without Doing Politics):  The Strange  Schizophrenia of the
        Service-Learning Movement.   Winter 1999, p. 128.
Savukova, Galina. Spring 2002, p. 16.
Saxon, Karyn. Spring 2005, 229.
Sayed, Yusef.   Fall 2002, p. 94.
Scharrer, Erica. Spring 2004, 256. Spring 2004, 294.
Scheets, George.Winter 2004, 214.
Schelletter, Christina.  Fall 2004, 158.
Schiering, Marjorie.  Spring 2002, p. 27.
Schlesinger, Warren.  Summer 2001, p. 32.
Schmertzing, Lorraine C. Summer 2001, p. 6. Summer 2002, p. 58.
Schmertzing, Richard W.  Summer 2001, p. 6. Summer 2002, p. 58.
Schmidt, Tina A.  Summer 2002, p. 149.
Schnaubelt, Thomas.  Winter 1997, p. 7.
Schneider, Steven V. Winter 2001, p. 88.  Spring 2002, p. 42.
Scholar Project.  Winter 2001, p. 118.
Scholarly Writing Course for Faculty. Fall 2004, 130.
Scholarship in a University Assessment System.  Spring 2002, p. 32.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning  in Undergraduate Distance Education.  Summer 2001, p. 138.
School Collaboration Research: Successes and Difficulties. Fall 2003, 104.
School Environments Alienate Some Students.  Spring 2004, 192.
School-to-Careers Information.   Summer 2000, p. 125.
Schroeder, Lisa M.  Fall 2002, p. 81.
Schulin, Kathleen M.  Summer 2004, 91.
Schürer, Norbert. Winter 2003,  76.
Schutz, Paul A. Fall 2001, p. 83.
Schwarz, Gretchen. Spring 2004, 224.
Schwartzbaum, Avraham. Winter 2004, 49.
Science Autobiographies:   What Non-Science Majors Tell Us about Science Education.  Summer 2001, p. 176.
Science Curriculum Reform for Education Majors. Winter 2003,  237.
Scientific Information Literacy Online.  Fall 1999, p. 75.
Scime, Tony.  Winter 1998, p24;  Fall 1999, p. 87. 
Scott, Anna K.  Spring 2005, 222.
Scott, Roger. Summer 2004, 163.
Scrubber, Ray E.  Summer 2001, p. 133.
Season's Greetings.  Winter 1998, p. 2.
Seay, Sandra.   Summer 2000, p. 73.
Second-Generation Instructional Design for E-Learning.  Spring 2004, 86.
Second Language Acquisition and Second Language Writing: 
        A Reconciliation.  Spring 1999, p. 78.
Second Language Acquisition Courses and Student Teachers' Values.  Fall 2001, p. 5.
Second Language Literacy and Communicative Activity. Winter 2003,  220.
Secondary Students’ Attitudes toward Mathematics.  Summer 2004, 56.
Sedbrook, Steven R.  Summer 2002, p. 85.
Sederholm, Carl H. Spring 2005, 80.
Seeds of Service Learning.  Summer 2002, p. 43.
Seehuus, Richard.  Fall 1999, p. 83.
Seeing Education Through the Eyes of Students.  Summer 2001, editorial.
See Teacher Draw:  Exploring Preservice Teachers' Perceptions of Teaching.  Fall 2001, p. 191.
Segalla, Angelo. Spring 2005, 166.
Segev, Limor. Spring 2003, p. 5
Seifert, Gerard T.  Spring 2002, p. 73.   Fall 2004, 17.  
Seldin, Amy.  Fall 2001, p. 191.
Selecting Children's Literature.  Summer 1999, p. 44.
Self-Advocacy for Students with Disabilities. Spring 2005, 124.
Self-Concept: Differences Among Adolescents by Gender.  Summer 2002, p. 152.
Self-Grading for Formative Assessment  in Problem-Based Learning.  Spring 2001, p. 68.
Self Selection of Learning Mode in an Online Course.  Winter 2001, p. 29.
Semali, Ladislaus M.  Summer 2004, 204.
Sengupta, Sima. Winter 2001, p. 48.
Sen, M. de la. Fall 2003,  249.
Senior Inquiry: A University/High School Collaboration.  Fall 2003, 52. 
Sentence Combing Plus (SC+):  Its Effects on Students' Writing Quality and Strategy Use.  Spring 2002, p. 231.
Senteni, Alain. Summer 2004, 194.
Seo, Daeryong. Fall 2001, p. 177.
Serros, Sherrie J.  Spring 2005, 27.
Service Learning and Ethics: An Invitation to Authenticity.    Spring 2000, p. 39.
Service Learning:  An Integrative Field Study Model.  Summer 2002, p. 133.
Service-Learning and Civic Education. Spring 2005, 234.
Service Learning and Faculty Involvement. Spring 2005, 75.
Service Learning and International Business Education.  Spring 2004, 23.
Service Learning and Job Satisfaction Survey. Spring 2003, p. 212.
Service Learning and Science:  A Successful Model. Spring 2005, 222.
Service, Learning, and Social Justice. Spring 2005, 202.
Service Learning and Teacher Education. Spring 2005, 155.
Service Learning and the Induction of Teachers. Spring 2005, 292.
Service-Learning as the Meeting Place for Ethics and Pedagogy.   Winter 2000, p. 22.
Service Learning: Beyond the Classroom.  Fall 2002, p. 66.
Service Learning Brings new Dimensions to Courses at MiraCosta.    Summer 2000, p. 100.
Service-Learning: Coming of Age.  Winter 1999, p. 5.
Service-Learning Competencies for Beginning Teachers.  
        Winter 1999, p. 69.
Service-Learning: Curricular Options.  Winter 1999, p. 98.
Service learning: Defining the essentials.  Spring 1998, p. 14.
Service-Learning: Developing Community-Campus Parternerships for Physical Therapy 
        Education.   Winter 2000, p. 80. 
Service-Learning (editorial).  Spring 2005, 5. 
Service-Learning: Empowering Students with Special Needs.  Summer 2003, p.  151.
Service-Learning Feedback to Teacher Candidates. Spring 2005, 105.
Service-Learning for Understanding Human Exceptionality.  Summer 2003, p.  158.
Service Learning: Implementation and Evaluation in a Pharmacy Curriculum.  Summer 2003, p. 76.
Service-Learning Improves College Performance.  Spring 2005, 110.
Service Learning in Composition I .  Winter 1999, p. 103.
Service-Learning in Doctoral Training & Education. Spring 2005, 238.
Service-Learning in Health Professions Education: A Multiprofessional Example.   
        Winter 2000, p. 102.
Service Learning in Higher Education.  Spring 1999, p. 6.
Service-Learning in Higher Education: From Vision to Action.  Winter 1999, p. 105.
Service-Learning in Mongolia. Spring 2005, 145.
Service-Learning in Preservice Teacher Education.  Summer 2003, p.  111.
Service-Learning Index.   Winter 2000, p. 120.
Service-Learning: Innovation for the Decade?  Winter 1999, p. 3.
Service-Learning: Principles, Procedures, and Practices for Teacher 
        Preparation Programs.  Winter 1999, p. 35.
Service-Learning: Vygotsky, Dewey and Teaching Writing.   Winter 2000, p. 73.
Serving College Students with Disabilities.  Summer 1999, p. 6.
Seward, Rudy Ray. Winter 2004, 49.
Shalyefu, R. Kavena. Spring 2003, p. 53.
Shamburg, Christopher. Fall 2004, 213.
Shane, Robin. Winter 2003,  157. 
Sharda, Ramesh. Winter 2004, 214.
Shared Insights from University Co-Teaching. Winter 2003,  23. 
Sharman, Gundula M. Winter 2002, p. 98.
Sharp, Janet.  Summer 2004, 153.
Sharpe, Elaine. Winter 2002, p. 198.
Shastri, Anuradhaa.   Spring 2000, p. 47.
Shaw, Dale G. Winter 2001, p. 11.
Shea, Amber M.  Spring 2005, 124.
Sheehan, Peter W. Summer 2003, p. 188.
Sheen, Ron. Fall 2001, p. 119.
Sheffer, Rena A.  Winter 2003,  185.
Shepherd, Duane L.  Summer 2002, p. 85.
Shera, Jesse Hauk.  Summer 2003, p.  244.
Shih, Mei-Yau. Spring 2003, p. 287.
Shmaefsky, Brian R.  Spring 1998, p. 48.   Fall 1998, p. 63.  
        Summer 1999, p. 76.   Fall 2000, p. 2.
Shockley, Robert E. Spring 2003,  p. 179.
Shoham, Snunith. Winter 2004, 186.
Shulman, Stuart W. Spring 2005, 31.
Siadat, M. Vali.   Summer 2000, p. 15. 
Side of Service-learning. Spring 2005, 248.
Siebert, Cathy J.  Fall 2003, 132.
Sleicher, Dana.  Fall 1998, p. 20. 
Siegel, Del. Summer 2001, p. 71.  Spring 2002, p. 120.
Sign Language of the Netherlands (SLN) and Deaf Culture.  Summer 2003, p.  235.
Sigrell, Anders. Spring 2003, p. 112.
Simister, Heather.  Winter 2001, p. 94.
Simultaneous Renewal: When Interns Serve As Substitutes. Winter 2003,  126. 
Sinagub, Jane.  Summer 2001, p. 25.
Singh, Gurmak. Winter 2002, p. 77.
Singh, Jagtar. Winter 2002, p. 
Singh, Parbudyal. Spring 2004, 7.
Sireci, Stephen G.  Spring 2002, p. 162.
Sisterhen, Daniel H.  Winter 2003,  162.
Skillen, Jan. Spring 2001, p. 113.
Slater, Timothy F. Spring 2001, p. 51.
Sleezer, Catherine M. Winter 2004, 214.
Slimmer, Lynda.  Winter 1999, p. 105.
Sliva, Julie A.  Summer 2001, p. 101.
Sloan, Mindy. Fall 2004, 207. 
Sluss, Dorothy Justus. Winter 2003,  126.
Smarkola, Claudia. Winter 2003,  229.
Smeaton, Patricia S. Spring 2001, p. 31.
Smalley, Ruth Ann.  Summer 2003, p. 15.
Smith, Arthur E.   Fall 2000, p. 33.
Smith-D’Arezzo, Wendy M.  Fall 2002, p. 168.
Smith,  Cheryl C. Winter 2003,  67.
Smith, Deborah J.  Summer 2002, p. 144.
Smith, Doug. Summer 2003, p. 314.
Smith, Joyce.  Fall 1997, p. 50. 
Smith, Philip C.  Spring 2004, 183.
Smythe, Tamara. Fall 2004, 188.
Sneller, Judy E. Winter 2001, p. 196. Winter 2004, 130.
Solomon, David L. Winter 2004, 204.
Snow, James E.  Spring 2001, p. 95.
Social Issues in First-year College Writing.  Spring 2004, 100.
Social Skills Training for the 21st Century.  Summer 2002, p. 96.
Some Advantages and Problems Associated with Distance Education.  Winter 2001, p. 59.
Sorcerer's Apprentice: The Internet in the Classroom.  Fall 1997, p. 53.
Some Reflections on Service-Learning and the Heritages of Liberal Arts Higher
        Education.   Winter 2000, p. 30. 
Song, Samuel Y.  Fall 2002, p. 123.
Sorcinelli, Gino. Spring 2003, p. 287.
Spears, Iain R.  Spring 2002, p. 61.
Special Education Paradox: The Academic Failure of Students from 
        Diverse Linguistic and Cultural Backgrounds.  Summer 1998, p. 11.
Spending the Summer at a California Community College.   Summer 2000, p. 23.
Spillett, Marydee A.  Fall 2003, 36.
Successful Preparation of Teachers of Students with Disabilities.Fall 2003,  268.
Spark’s Symposium: A Postmodernist Critique. Spring 2005, 62.
Spirituality of Teaching.   Winter 2000, p. 39. 
Spiritual Growth in the Secular Schools. Spring 2003, p. 242.
Sramek, Hilda. Spring 2005, 166.
Srebrnik, Henry. Winter 2002, p. 108.
Stability of Pre-Service Science Teacher Attitudes on Science Teachers, Courses, and Classroom Methods.  Spring 2002, p. 157.
Stahl, Joe.   Fall 2000, p. 131. 
Stakhnevich, Julia. Fall 2001, p.  106. Winter 2002, p. 136.
Staley, Richard.Winter 2004, 25.
Standards:  Mexican-American Students’ Attitudes. Summer 2004, 120.
Standards Movement - Viewpoints for Professional Reflection.  Spring 2002, p. 197.
Stang, Kristin K. Fall 2004, 6. Fall 2004, 228.
Star, Jon R. Winter 2004, 147.
Stark, Mary.  Winter 2003,  93.
Starks, Donna.  Winter 1998, p. 13. 
Starobin, Soko S.  Summer 2004, 139.
Starvel, Erin. Fall 2004, 252.
Statistics Through the Medium of Internet: What Students Think and Achieve.  Winter 2001, p. 17.
Stearns, Melissa.  Winter 1998, p. 35.
Stehr-Green, Jeanette. Fall 2002, p. 42.
Steltzer, Jiri. Summer 2002, p. 58.
Stepchyshyn, Vera.  Fall 2003, 322.
Stephen, Mary L.  Summer 2001, p. 37.
Stephenson, Dale.  Spring 2005, 50.
Stepp-Greany, Jonita. Winter 2003,  305.
Stewart, Trae. Winter 2002, p. 123.
Stifler, Bill.  Summer 1998, p. 4.   Fall 1998, p. 4.   Winter 1998, p. 4. 
Stiller, Carl-Olav. Spring 2003, p. 29.
Stiska, Adam. Winter 2004, 44.
Stoker, John B.  Fall 1998, p. 77. 
Stokes, Julie E.  Fall 2004, 218.
Stone, Brian W.  Fall 1998, p. 5.
Storey-Huffman, Ru.  Summer 1999, p. 44. 
Stoss, Frederick W.  Fall 1998, p. 58. 
Stowe, William W.  Winter 2003,  58.
Strategically Increasing Faculty Productivity. Winter 2004, 152.
Strategies for Addressing Plagiarism in a Networked Environment.  Fall 1998, p. 11.
Strategies for Increasing Student Participation in Web-based Learning.  Spring 2002, p. 61.
Strategies for Successful E-Teaching. Spring 2003, p. 61.
Strategy Activation in Learning English Words. Summer 2004, 199.
Strategy to Reduce the Challenging Behaviors of Children with Emotional
	and Behavioral Disorders.  Summer 2002, p. 144.
Straw, Joseph.   Fall 2000, p. 21. 
Stressing content Applications. Spring 1998, p. 48.
Strobel, Johannes. Spring 2004, 208.
Strobino, Jane. Spring 2002, p. 145.
Strong, David. Spring 2004, 165.
Student Attitudes towards Web Sites.  Spring 2004, 160.
Student Attitudes toward Integrated Mathematics. Summer 2004, 77.
Student Attitudes Toward Intellectual Property.  Spring 2004, 212.
Student Beliefs about Learning: New Zealand Students in Year 11.  Spring 2002, p. 110.
Student Characterization of Learning Pathways. Fall 2004, 275.
Student Co-Researchers. Fall 2004, 75.
Student Evaluations Are Important Assessment Tools.  Spring 2001, p. 16.
Student Perceptions:  Agents of Interaction in Distance Classes.  Summer 2001, p. 6.
Student Perceptions of Beginning French  and Spanish Language Performance.  Fall 2001, p. 113.
Student Perceptions of Grades: A Systems Perspective.  Spring 2002, p. 145. 
Student Perceptions of Skills and Employability.  Spring 2004, 275.
Student Perceptions of Web-Based Learning.  Spring 2004, 220.
Student Perspectives on Integrating the Internet in Course Content 
        and Delivery in Higher Education.  Fall 1999, p. 7.
Student Questions in University Discussion Classes.  Spring 2002, p. 192.
Student Stories of Ideal Science Lessons.  Summer 2001, p. 18.
Student Teachers' Confidence and Anxiety in Relation to Music Education.  Spring 2002, p. 132.
Student Voices: Improving the Quality of Course Evaluations.  Spring 2001, p.  72.
Students’ Beliefs about Summary/Reaction Journals.  Spring 2004, 215.
Students’ Perception on E-Learning: A Case-Study.  Spring 2004, 261.
Students' Perceptions  of Special Education Service Delivery Models.  Summer 2001, p. 25.
Students' Perspectives and Merit Pay Systems  for K-12 Teachers.  Summer 2001, p. 159.
Students’ Voices on Foreign Language Anxiety.  Spring 2004, 289.
Students and Instructors Online: A Case Study. Winter 2004, 224.    
Study of Bilingual Chinese/English Children's Code Switching. Spring 2003, p. 142.
Studying Abroad: The Perceptions of Female Students on Homestays and 
        Living in a Multicultural North American city.  Summer 1998, p. 34.
Studying Religion in a Divided Society.  Summer 2004, 96.
Stuifzand, Marjan. Summer 2003, p.  235.
Stumbling Toward Collaboration. Fall 2003, 229.
Sturtevant, Tom.  Fall 1999, p. 83.
Successful School-to-Careers Practices.  Summer 1999, p. 53.
Successful Service Learning:  The Inside Track. Winter 2003,  282.
Sun, Changshun. Fall 2001, p. 35.
Support Groups for Single Mothers in College. Fall 2004, 101.
SURF Board: A Collaborative Strategy.  Spring 2004, 56.
Suyemoto, Karen L. Summer 2003, p.  71.
Swanson, Jane.  Summer 2003, p. 106.
Swingle, David.   Winter 2000, p. 53.
Syllabi for Today’s College Classes. Summer 2004, 45. 
Sysiphusian Exercise: Service Learning.  Summer 1999, p. 48.
Szul, Linda F.  Winter 1997, p. 31.

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Taking A Stand:  Students Choose  "Community Based Learning."  Summer 2001, p. 154.
Taking Writing to Talk: In-depth Responses to Classroom Inquiry.   Winter 1998, p. 57. 
Talleyrand, Regine M. Spring 2003,   p. 23.
Tandy-Treiber, Ann M. Spring 2005, 253.
Tannenbaum, Sally Cahill. Spring 2005, 197.
Tapia, Martha.  Summer 2004, 16.  Summer 2004, 130.
Tapping Multiple Voices in Writing Center Assessment. Winter 2003, 16.
Tayebi, Kandi.. Winter 2003, 5.  Winter 2004, 190.
Taylor, Emmanuel A. Fall 2002, p. 56.
Teacher Action Research.  Fall 2004, 5.  
Teacher as Marker Species: Changing the Climate for Teaching.   Spring 1999, p. 68.
Teacher Assessment of Homework. Fall 2003, 71.
Teacher Attitudes and Attributes Concerning Disabilities.  Summer 2002, p. 85.
Teacher Education Curricula and Moral Reasoning. Spring 2003, p. 163.
Teacher Research Begins in Teacher Preparation. Fall 2004, 96.
Teacher Stress and Burnout in Deaf Education. Fall 2004, 261.
Teachers Learning Mathematics to Modify Pedagogy. Summer 2004, 153.
Teachers Learning to Use Instructional Technology. Spring 2003, p. 67.
Teacher Student Interactions  and Teacher Competence in Primary Science.  Summer 2001, p. 148.
Teachers – Who Needs Them? Spring 2003, p. 132
Teachers.net a Networked Community of On-line Educators.   Fall 1998, p. 46. 
Teachers' Assessment of Online Forum Contributions.  Winter 2001, p. 53.
Teaching American Environmental Literature Abroad. Winter 2003, 72.
Teaching Analytical Frameworks.  Summer 2004, 204.
Teaching and Learning as Spiritual Exercises.  Spring 2002, p. 241.
Teaching and Learning on the Web. Spring 2003,  p. 3
Teaching as Contextualized Activity: The Actors Involved.  Spring 2002, p. 16.
Teaching Basic Information Literacy Skills Online. Winter 2004, 257.
Teaching Between the Genres.  Summer 2003, p.  30.
Teaching Cadets Creative Writing Online. Summer 2004, 50.
Teaching Citizenship through Service-Learning. Spring 2005, 11.
Teaching Conflict through Multiple Rhetorical Stances. Winter 2003,  245.
Teaching Critical Thinking Online Case Study.  Spring 2004, 139.
Teaching Environmental Imagination. Winter 2003,  58.
Teaching Environmental Literature. Winter 2003,  5.
Teaching Ethnic American Literary Anthologies. Winter 2003,  107.
Teaching Film Theory in a Post-Film Era.  Spring 2004, 234.
Teaching Information Literacy to At-risk Students. Winter 2004, 141.
Teaching K. A. Porter’s “That Tree.”  Summer 2003, p.  278.
Teaching Language to Pupils with Dyslexia. Fall 2004, 91.
Teaching Law at West Point. Summer 2004, 178.
Teaching Law Students: An Innovative Approach.  Winter 2002, p. 151.
Teaching Literary Theory without Opaqueness.  Spring 2004, 299.
Teaching Lombreglia’s  Men Under Water.  Spring 2005, 170.
Teaching Math Effectively to Elementary Students.  Spring 2002, p. 91.
Teaching Mathematics on Television: Perks and Pitfalls.  Summer 1998, p. 29.
Teaching Medical Informatics Online. Spring 2003, p. 11.
Teaching Military Ethics to ROTC Cadets.  Summer 2004, 101.
Teaching Mindfully: A Spirituality of Collaboration.  Fall 2003, 327.
Teaching Mindfully: Digital Literacy and the “Middle Way.” Spring 2003, p. 301.
Teaching Mindfully: Discerning Vocation and Call. Winter 2003,  320.
Teaching Mindfully: Encountering Student Spiritualities.  Summer 2004, 284.
Teaching Mindfully: Learning and Teaching through Story-telling.  Summer 2003, p.  346.
Teaching MIS with Small Business Cases.  Winter 2002, p. 182.
Teaching More Than You Know.  Fall 2002, p. 155.
Teaching Multicultural Diversity: Process, Courage, and Transformative Learning.  Winter 2002, p. 165.
Teaching Multiculturalism Post-9/11.  Summer 2003, p.  53.
Teaching Multiple Approaches to a Single Novel. Spring 2005, 41.
Teaching Needham's Puzzle - Fostering Historical Thinking.  Fall 2003, 234.
Teaching Note on Service-Learning through Applied Community Research. 
	Fall 2002, p. 62.
Teaching Online and Learn to Learn Online:  Two Sides of the Same Coin?  Spring 2002, p. 86.
Teaching on the Frontiers of Healthcare.  Fall 2002, p. 4.
Teaching Research with Service-Learning.   Winter 2000, p. 47. 
Teaching Roles of the College Librarian.  Winter 2002, p. 16. 
Teaching Short Fiction: A Fairy Tale Beginning. Spring 2005, 58.
Teaching Statistics Courses: Some Important Considerations.  Summer 2003, p. 319.
Teaching Strategy: Tinker toys and Teamwork.  Winter 1997, p. 31. 
Teaching Teachers to Use Online Information. Spring 2003, p. 57.
Teaching the 9/11 Tragedy and the Arts. Winter 2003,  269.
Teaching the Computer Literacy Course to a Disparate Group of 
        Students.  Winter 1998, p. 24. 
Teaching The House on Mango Street: Engaging Race, Class, and Gender in a White Classroom.  
	Winter 2002, p. 187.  
Teaching the Naturalist Novel: Emile Zola.  Spring 2005, 139.
Teaching the Novel and Short Fiction.  Summer 2003, p. 4.
Teaching the Novel and Short Fiction (editorial).  Spring 2005, 6.
Teaching the Novel in Context.  Summer 2003, p.  20.
Teaching the Waste Land as Detective Story.  Spring 1998, p. 41. 
Teaching to Overcome Undergraduates' Political Cynicism: Integrating event History into
         American Government.   Fall 1997, p. 39. 
Teaching: The juggling Act.  Winter 1997, p. 75. 
Teaching What Cannot be Known: Towards A Political Economy of 
        Uncertainty.  Summer 1999, p. 32.
Teaching with Authority.  Summer 2001, p. 119.
Teaching Writing in a Military College Setting.  Summer 2004, 105. 
Team teaching R&D.  Fall 1997, p. 55. 
Teaming up against Plagiarism: An Interactive Classroom and 
        Library Project.  Fall 1997, p. 9.
Technology and Learning Collaborative:  Design and Implementation. Fall 2003,  61.
Technology and the Human Factor: Providing the Personal Touch.  Summer 2001, p. 202.
Technology and Vocabulary Development in the Schools.   Fall 2000, p. 33. 
Technology-Enhanced Teacher Professional Development Model.Fall 2003,  137.
Technology Professional Development: A Case Study.  Summer 2003, p.  283.
Telese, James A.  Fall 2001, p. 184.  Summer 2004, 120.
Television, Authorship, and Student Writers.  Spring 2004, 129.
Telling Stories of our Collaborative Practice. Fall 2004, 238.
Templeton, Lolly.  Winter 2002, p. 71.
Templeton, Rosalyn Anstine.  Fall 2001, p. 172.
Teng, Yuzhu. Spring 2004, 187.
Tenure and Promotion and the Scholarship of Teaching:  Two Conversations or
	One?   Fall 2002, p. 161.
Theatrical Pedagogy and Interactive Service. Spring 2005, 101.
Their own best Critics.  Summer 1998, p. 46.
Theoretical Perspectives on Second Language Learning. Spring 2003, p. 97.
Theory Application for Online Learning Success. Winter 2004, 231.
Theurer, Joan Leikam.  Fall 2004, 51.
There is a Lack of Privacy on the Web.   Fall 2000, p. 74. 
Thinking 0100.  Winter 1998, p. 67.
Thinking Critically and Service to Learn: New Dimensions.   Winter 2000, p. 119.
Thinking Outside the Book: Comparing Life and Lit. Spring 2005, 115.
Thinking Skills to Creatively Enhance Information Competence.   Fall 2000, p. 92.
This Life in WebCT. Spring 2003, p. 85.
This Is Just To Say  (methods of teaching poetry).  Spring 2002, p. 38.
This issue marks the beginning of Academic Exchange Quarterly's sixth year.
	Fall 2002, p. 2.
Thomas, Jacqueline . Spring 2005, 7.
Thomas, Kecia M.  Spring 2005, 238.
Thomas, Pamela V.  Summer 1998; p. 29.   Winter 1998, p. 20. 
Thomas-Richmond, Jamia. Fall 2004, 65.  
Thomas, Wm. Joseph. Spring 2004, 51.
Thompson, Peter.  Spring 1999, p. 71.
Thompson, Susan M. Fall 2003,  244.
Thoughtful Creation of Online Course Content: Implications of SCORM for Educators. Spring 2003, p. 158.
Tichenor, Mercedes. Fall 2004, 286.
Timely, Again:  Tolkien’s Fantastic Ecology. Winter 2003,  97.
Tinted Glasses: The Defining Power of Assessment.  Spring 2001, p. 37.
Tittle, Peg.  Winter 1997, p. 61.   Spring 1998, p. 72.  
        Summer 1998, p. 76.   Fall 1998, p. 86.  Winter 1998, p. 67.  
        Spring 1999, p. 84.   Summer 1999, p. 85.
To Assess or Not to Assess --That Is  Not  the Question.  Spring 2001, p. 49.
Toepell, Andrea Riesch. Spring 2002, p. 11.
To net or not to net.  Spring 1998, p. 59. 
Tobolowsky, Barbara.   Summer 2000, p. 102.
Toczyski, Suzanne. Winter 2002, p. 46
Toepell, Andrea Riesch.  Fall 1998, p. 32.
Toland, Michael D. Fall 2002, p. 123.
Tool for the Assessment of Communication Skills. Fall 2004, 106.
TOP System for Environmental Management Instruction. Winter 2003,  33.
Tornqvist, Elisabeth. Spring 2003, p. 29.
Torres, Myriam N.   Winter 2000, p. 53.
Torii-Williams, Eiko.   Summer 2002, p. 186.
Totten, Jeff W. Winter 2002, p. 143. Summer 2003, p. 221.
Toward a Critical Service-Learning Pedagogy: A Freirean Approach to Civic Literacy.  Winter
         2000, p. 6.
Toward a Model of Teaching Through Case Studies in Vietnam.   Spring 1999, p. 32.
Tracey, Monica W. Winter 2004, 204.
Training and Learning in the Post-industrial Workplace.  Spring 2004, 114.
Trammell, Kaye D.  Winter 2004, 60.
Transformative International Service-Learning. Spring 2005, 275.
Transitioning to Online Graduate Psychology Instruction.  Spring 2002, p. 42.
Translating Literature and Learning Culture.  Winter 2002, p. 113.
Transnational Conversations: A Web Pedagogy.  Spring 2003,  p. 282.
Traver, Barbara.  Fall 2003, 52.
Tremonte, Colleen. Fall 2003,  12.
Trent, Susan.  Summer 1998, p. 70. 
Trevor, Tom.  Fall 1997, p. 45.
Trial by Fire: New Librarians as Team Teachers. Winter 2004, 12.
Trivett, Neil. Spring 2001, p. 113.
Troppe, Marie.  Winter 1999, p. 98.
Tsai, Ping-Yeh.   Fall 2000, p. 62. 
Tsarenko, Yelena. Winter 2002, p. 170.
Tsukamoto, Satoshi. Fall 2001, p. 148.
Tuohig, Kelly. Spring 2005, 50.	
Turberville-Vega, Vicky. Summer 2003, p. 76.
Turnbull, Ovilla. Spring 2005, 11.
Turner, Jack A.   Spring 2000, p. 111.
Turner, Tim. Summer 2004, 148.
Tutor, Mary.   Spring 2000, p. 64.
Tütünis, Birsen.  Fall 2001, p. 42.
Tway. Duane C. Fall 2003, 274. Winter 2003,  33.
Twenty Impertinent Questions about Pertinent Matters.   Spring 1999, p. 86.
Two Cultures in Military Education. Summer 2004, 173.
Two Heads are better than one: Team Teaching in the Information Age.  Fall 1997, p. 14.
Two New Evaluation Instruments for Collaboration. Fall 2003, 147.
Twomey, Cordelia. Fall 2004, 213.
Tynan-Yourn, Belinda.  Fall 2004, 238.

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Ulinwa, I. Charles.  Winter 2003,  33.
Ulmer, M. B. Spring 2001, p. 68.
Undergraduate Research as Community Service.  Summer 2003, p.  146.
Understanding Teachers’ Conceptions: ICI. Fall 2004, 46.
Understanding the Important Role of the HE Strategy Planner & Change Agent.
	Spring 2000, p. 96.
University of Hawaii Community Colleges.  Summer 2000, p. 82.
University Students Mentor Young Writers via E-mail.   Winter 2000, p. 99.
Unteaching of Literature: We Murder to Dissect.  Summer 2003, p. 25.
Urban Community College Transfers to a University.  Summer 2004, 139.
Urban Partnerships for International Affairs Service Learning. Fall 2003, 90.
Usage of Content in Web-Supported Academic Courses. Spring 2003, p. 5
Use and Abuse of Adjunct Faculty in Theology.  Spring 2004, 284.
Use of Literature in Teaching Psychopathology.  Fall 2002, p. 49.
Use of Student Journals to Increase Faculty and Learner Inquiry and Reflection.  Spring 2002, p.  21.
Use of Telerehabilitation in Assistive Technology.  Fall 2002, p. 31.
Use of Telemedicine in Correctional Facilities. Fall 2002, p. 16.
Use of the Web for Teaching-Learning: A Knowledge Management Approach.  Winter 2001, p. 157.
Use, Usage or Both in English Language Teacher Training Programmes?  Fall 2001, p. 42.
Using Bibliotherapy to Overcome Math Anxiety. Summer 2004, 204.
Using Chat to Teach Information Literacy Online. Winter 2004, 277.
Using English Feature Films in the Modern World Literature Class.  Spring 1999, p. 51.
Using HyperNews to Facilitate Student Learning.  Fall 1999, p. 32.
Using Instructional Simulation in the Computing Curriculum.  
	Fall 2002, p. 100.
Using Laptime Activities to Facilitate Learning in Preschoolers with Delays.
	Summer 2002, p. 163.
Using Linked Courses to Scale Institutional Walls. Spring 2005, 84
Using Literature and Film in Organizational Behavior.  Winter 2002, p. 94. 
Using Literature to Model Tolerance. Fall 2004, 51.
Using Personality Type in the Business Communication Classroom.  
	Fall 2002, p. 144.
Using Poetry in Teaching Writing.  Spring 2000, p. 111.
Using Service-Learning to Develop Collaboration Skills.  Fall 2002, p. 183.
Using Story-Grammar Instruction and Picture Books to Increase Reading
	Comprehension.  Summer 2002, p. 127.
Using Story Re-tell in Bilingual Assessment. Fall 2004, 158.
Using Technology to Enhance Service-Learning Reflections.  Summer 2003, p.  86.
Using the ‘Hometown’ Novel in Composition 101. Spring 2005, 67.
Using the Internet to Teach Critical Thinking.  Fall 1997, p. 47.
Utilizing Service-Learning to Incite Student Passion for Learning.    Spring 2000, p. 12.

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Vadeboncoeur, Jennifer A.   Winter 2000, p. 53.
Valdez, Jesse N.   Winter 2000, p. 92.  Fall 2002, p. 69. Winter 2002, p. 165.
Vallance, R.J.  Summer 2003, p.  249.
Vallance, Roger J.  Winter 2004, 95.
Valle-Riestra, Diana Martinez. Winter 2003,  157. 
Values Gaps Among Faculty And Administrators.  Summer 2003, p. 221.
Van Noy,Rick. Winter 2003, 72.
Van Poppel, Bret.  Summer 2004, 158.
VanWynsberghe, Robert.   Fall 2000, p. 124.
Varner, Ben.  Spring 1999, p. 56.   Summer 1999, p. 73. Winter 2001, p. 2.  Spring 2002, p. 3.
	Fall 2002, p. 2. Winter 2004, 5.
Varzegar, Minoo.  Summer 2004, 241.
Veldof, Jerilyn R. Winter 2002, p. 34
Verbal Immediacy and Androgyny: An Examination of Student  Perceptions of College Instructors.  
	Spring 2002, p. 180.
Vernon, Andrea.  Spring 1998, p. 14. 
Ver Steeg, Jennie.  Spring 1999, p. 68.
Verrinder, Gloria.  Winter 2004, 7.
View from Abroad: Japanese Educators face some of the same issues 
        as their U.S. Counterparts.  Fall 1997, p. 71.
Villegas, Joaquin. Winter 2003,  112.
Visual Literacy After 9/11.  Summer 2003, p.  61. 
Vocabulary Support  for Students Using University Library Catalogs from Remote Locations.  Fall 2001, p. 195.
Vogelgesang, Lori J.  Summer 2003, p.  146.
Vogt, Christina. Winter 2001, p. 40. Winter 2002, p. 20.
Vogt, Gayle.  Fall 2003, 263.
Voices from Schools: Listening to Australian Students  in Transition.  
	Fall 2002, p. 129.
Voices of Service and Learning: Preservice Teachers Writing with Adolescents Labeled 
        "At Risk."   Winter 2000, p. 53.
Volk, Fred. Winter 2004, 44.
Volume 22 On Line.  Fall 1999, p. 87.
Voss, Holle. Spring 2004, 215.

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Wageneder, Günther.  Fall 2001, p. 155.
Wakefield, Marylin Osborne.  Summer 2003, p. 326.
Walbroehl, Gordon.   Winter 2000, p. 102.
Walden, Elizabeth. Spring 2004, 145.
Waldrip, Bruce G.  Summer 2001, p. 148.
Walker, Kandi L.  Spring 2002, p. 67.
Walker, Scott L. Winter 2004, 262.
Wallace, Connie M.   Spring 2000, p. 64.
Wallace, David. Summer 2004, 178.
Wallace, Tary L. Spring 2001, p. 87.
Wamba, Nathalis Guy.  Spring 2002, p. 206.
Wambach, Cathrine.  Spring 2001, p. 98.
Wan, Guofang. Fall 2001, p. 172.
Wandless, William. Spring 2005, 212.
War College Experience. Summer 2004, 7.
War, Women and Scholarship: An Interview with the Editors of Odin.  
        Fall 1998, p. 77. 
Ward, Bernie.  Winter 2004, 7.
Ward, Kelly.  Spring 1998, p. 14.  Winter 1999, p. 5.  Spring 2000, p. 2.
Ward, Susan L. Spring 2003,  p. 169.
Warner, Signia. Winter 2002, p. 71.
Warren, Hannah. Spring 2004, 275.
Washington, Ernest.  Spring 2002, p. 162.
Watanabe, Tad. Winter 2003,  180.
Watching Video in the Language Classroom. Fall 2004, 86.
Waters, Faith H. Spring 2001, p. 31.
Watlington, Eliah J. Spring 2003,  p. 179.
Watson, Dwight C.  Winter 1999, p. 35.
Watson, John L.  Winter 1997, p. 7.   Spring 2000, p. 84.
Watson, Russell.  Spring 2001, p.  43.
Waugh, C. Keith. Summer 2002, p. 68.
Weatherford, Carol G.  Summer 2003, p.  138.
Weatherford, Jr., David E.  Summer 2003, p.  138.
Weathersby, Rita. Spring 2004, 229.
Web Based Course in Clinical Pharmacology. Spring 2003, p. 29.
Webb, Jessica M. Summer 2002, p. 172.
Webb, Lynne M.  Spring 2002, p. 67.
WebCT Surveys: Opportunities and Challenges.  Spring 2004, 279.
Web Dream Team: The Seven Principles and WebCT. Winter 2004, 130.
Weber, David W. Winter 2004, 111.
Weblogs and the “Middle Space” for Learning. Winter 2004, 272.
Web-enhanced Pharmacology for Nursing Students.  Fall 2002, p. 12.
We have been Delighted.   Winter 2000, p. 2.
We Have in This Winter Issue of AEQ an Impressive Array of Articles.  Winter 2001, p. 2.
Wehby, Joseph.  Summer 2002, p.4.
Wein, Toni.  Spring 2005, 120.
Weinberg, Adam S.  Summer 2003, p. 331.
Weiner, Ivor. Summer 2002, p. 96.
Weiser, Mark. Winter 2004, 214.
Weisskirch, Robert S.  Summer 2003, p.  141.
Welch, Karen Peterson. Spring 2004, 100.
Wellness: What exactly is it?  Fall 1997, p. 62.
Wellspring: Historical Writing Project.  Summer 2003, p.  300. 
Welsh, Benjamin H. Winter 2004, 38.
Welton, Mark. Summer 2004, 178.
Wermuth, Esther. Winter 2003,  147.
West Point BattleBots Project and Competition. Summer 2004, 158.
Wetig, Saundra L.  Summer 2003, p.  116. 
Wetzel, Melanie J. Winter 2004, 25.
Weyringer, Sieglinde. Fall 2001, p. 155.
What a Load of Garbage! A Data Analysis Exercise.  Spring 2005, 97.
What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been: Identity, Integrity and the Scholarship of Teaching.  Spring 2002, p. 55.
What are Teachers' Greatest Co-teaching Concerns? Fall 2003, 100.
What Chess Has Given Us.  Spring 2003, p. 183.
What does it mean to Teach Intertextuality?  A (Re) Assessment.   Spring 2000, p. 105.
What Educators Should Know about HIV.  Summer 2003, p.  227.
What is Assessment and Its Place in Education? Spring 2001, p. 2.
What is Effective Teaching?  Spring 2002, p. 200.
When Worlds Collide: Libraries & Writing Centers.  Spring 2004, 134.
Which is better: Teaching in a Two-year College or Four-year College? Summer 1998, p. 54. 
Whimsical Sponsors for Critical Thinking.  Spring 2004, 65.
Whitaker, Donald R. Winter 2004, 172.
Whitcomb, Laura L. Spring 2003, p. 207.
Whitcome,  Janine A. Fall 2004, 140
White, Carolyn B. Winter 2004, 165.
White, Goodith.  Fall 2001, p. 5.
White, Judith. Spring 2004, 229.
White, Mary E. (Libby).  Spring 1998, p. 56. 
White, Nora L.  Summer 1999, p. 62.
Whitfield, Toni S. Spring 2005, 248.
Who's Talking, Listening, and Learning Now?  Discourse Insights from Computer Mediated 
         Communication in an On-Line Virtual Course.   Fall 2000, p. 26.
Why am I Here? Student Reflections on Community College Education.
        Summer 2000, p. 114.
Why Interact Online If It's Not Assessed?  Winter 2001, p. 70.
Why Should I bother with a Grant Proposal?  Spring 1999, p. 54.
Why Surf when you can Dive in? Information Navigation using Three 
        Dimensional Data Modeling.  Winter 1997, p. 58. 
Why Teachers Should Also Write.  Summer 2003, p.  5.
Wicks, David.Winter 2004, 25.
Wicks-Ortega, Cara.   Summer 2002, p. 43.
Wienke, Wilfred D.  Fall 2004, 65. 
Wiest, Lynda R. Spring 2003, p. 163.
Wiist, William H.  Spring 2002, p. 97. Fall 2002, p. 4.
Wilberschied, Lee.  Summer 2003, p.  97.
Wildner-Bassett, Mary E.  Fall 2001, p. 57.
Williams, Bronwyn T. Spring 2004, 129.
Williams, David.   Fall 2002, p. 129. 
Williams, Jane M. Summer 2002, p. 117. Fall 2003, 218. 
Williams, Linda Stallworth.  Summer 2004, 105.
Williams, Stephen.  Summer 2004, 22.
Williamson, David. Winter 2004, 49.
Willis, Carolyn N.  Spring 2004, 51.
Willis, Chris.  Spring 1998, p. 52. 
Willis, Jim.  Winter 1997, p. 72.   Spring 1998, p. 45. 
Wills, Deborah.  Winter 1997, p. 66. 
Willyard, Jennifer. Spring 2004, 160.
Wilson, Gloria Lodato. Spring 2005, 46.
Wilson, Vicki A. Spring 2003,  p. 188.
Wilt, Richard W. Fall 2004, 178.
Winfield, Bonnie.  Summer 2001, p. 154.  Winter 2000, p. 4.
Winfield, Idee.  Fall 2004, 36.
Winning Combination: Collaboration in Inclusion. Fall 2003, 66.
Winston, Bruce E. Spring 2005, 93.
Wirth, Kirsten.  Winter 2001, p. 94.
Wisneski, Richard. Winter 2003,  233.
Witcher, Ann E.  Fall 2002, p. 136.
Witte, James E.  Winter 2001, p. 184.
Wolf, Jeanne.  Fall 1999, p. 77.
Wood, Deborah N.  Summer 2001, p. 58.
Woodland, Dawn.  Winter 1997, p. 31.
Woods, C. Sheldon. Spring 2005, 155.
Woosley, James.   Fall 2000, p. 38. 
Woosley, Sherry A. Winter 2004, 172.
Word Identification Strategy for Middle and High School Students.  Summer 2002, p. 73.
Wordsworth’s Environmental Ethics. Winter 2003,  38.
Working Together:  Librarian-Faculty Partnerships. Winter 2004, 239. 
Workshop on Questioning Techniques for Peer Tutors.  Summer 1998, p. 48.
Wright, Lynda Brown.  Fall 2002, p. 16.
Wright, Phillip C.  Spring 1999, p. 32.
Wright, William. Winter 2003,  48.
Writing Center Facilitates Student Writing Across the Curriculum. Spring 2003, p. 274.
Writing Center Theory and Tutoring Pedagogy Disjunction. Winter 2003,  215.
Writing Centers: The Student Retention Connection. Winter 2003,  277.
Writing Course Faculty-Librarian Collaboration. Winter 2004, 120.
Writing for Nonprofit Organizations:  A Classroom Without Walls.  Winter 2001, p. 179.
Writing Like a Transcendentalist. Winter 2003,  67.
Writing Sample Evaluations by Students With and Without LD .  Summer 2002, p.102.
Writing the Self through Service, a Dietetic Ethics.  Summer 2003, p.  130.
Wurr, Adrian J.  Winter 1999, p. 54.
Wuthering Heights and Ambiguity.  Summer 1999, p. 73.

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Y2K: Its Possible Effects on Students and Education.   Winter 1998, p65
Yablon, Yaacov B. Winter 2001, p. 17.
Ya-Hong, Song.  Winter 1998, p6
Yamashiro, Kelly A.  Summer 2003, p.  257.
Yang, Peter.  Summer 2003, p.  244.
Yantis, Jane.  Spring 1999, p58
Yanowitz, Karen L. Spring 2002, p. 186.
Yates, Robert. Fall 2001, p. 100.
Ye, Renmin.  Summer 2004, 56.
Yi, Hua.  Fall 2001, p. 199.
Yohannes, Tamara. Winter 2004, 120.
Yorke, Mantz.  Spring 2001, p. 17.
Young, Andria.  Fall 2003, 229.
Young, Angela M.  Spring 2003, p. 207.
Young, Dawn B. Summer 2001, p. 167.
Young, Suzanne.  Winter 2001, p. 11. Fall 2002, p. 161.
Youngblood, Pat.  Spring 2003, p. 29.

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Zambo, Debby. Winter 2003,  299. Summer 2004, 226
Zambo, Ron.  Summer 2004, 226.
Zarei, Gholam Reza. Spring 2003, p. 148.
Zarski, John J.  Fall 2002, p. 25.
Zaskoda, Dana.  Spring 2005, 20.
Zeff, Lawrence E.  Fall 2002, p. 155.
Zero Times anything is Zero.  Spring 1998, p. 56.
Zheng, Robert. Winter 2003,  229.
Zimmerman, Laurie.  Summer 2004, 56.
Zirkle, Chris.  Summer 1999, p53.  Winter 1999, p. 115.   Summer 2000, p. 125.
Zukergood, Dan .   Spring 2000, p. 12. 


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