Let’s start at the very beginning: the impact of program origins and negotiated community-university partnerships on Canadian radical humanities programs
This article examines the community-university partnerships and the planning process of three Canadian Radical Humanities programs: programs that offer university entry-level humanities to adult learners on the margins of society. Examining these three iterations reveals (1) the importance of clarifying roles and expectations in community-university partnerships, and (2) the significance of program origins, particularly the introduction of frame factors shaping student options and the potential for institutional change.
Groen, J. & Hyland-Russell, T. (2012). Let’s start at the very beginning: the impact of program origins and negotiated community-university partnerships on Canadian radical humanities programs. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 31(6), 779-797. Full Text.
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