The How and Why of Starting a Faculty Book Club
Faculty book clubs, Higher education, Teaching, Continuing education
"FBCs are a type of Faculty Learning Community (FLC). The research on the effects of FLCs has been overwhelmingly positive. They create connections and networks for isolated teachers, foster multidisciplinary curricula, and help construct community in higher education. In addition, FLCs are an effective process by which educators gain insight into their practices and grow in their teaching ability, faculty cohesion, student retention, and satisfaction."
Journal of Adventist Education
Moncrieff, Scott and Coria-Navia, Anneris, "The How and Why of Starting a Faculty Book Club" (2018). Faculty Publications. 1033.