The introduction frames the essays included in this issue as developing student-faculty partnerships with a range of collaborative relationships. The first three essays explore partnerships that are program-based partnerships. The next four essays explore various kinds of student-faculty partnerships that unfold within classroom-focused experiences. In the final section, three essays that focus on partnerships beyond the boundaries of the classroom and the campus are shared. All ten essays contribute to chronicling multiple versions of the development of student-faculty partnerships at Bridgewater State University.
Torda, L. & Richardson, K.P. (2015). Introduction: Developing Student-Faculty Partnerships at Bridgewater State University. Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education, 16. Retrieved from http://teachingandlearningtogether.blogs.brynmawr.edu/sixteenth-issue-fall-2015/introduction-developing-student-faculty-partnerships-at-bridgewater-state-university
Virtual Commons Citation
Torda, Lee and Richardson, Karen Pagnano (2015). Developing Student-Faculty Partnerships at Bridgewater State University. In Faculty Scholarship (SoTL). Paper 11.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/otl_fac/11
Originally published in Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education.