2 edition of literature of higher education 1968 found in the catalog.
literature of higher education 1968
Lewis B. Mayhew
Bibliography: p. 68-74.
|Statement||Lewis B. Mayhew.|
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Genre/Form: Bibliographies Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mayhew, Lewis B. Literature of higher education, Washington, American Association for. The Literature of Higher Education, Mayhew, Lewis B. This pamphlet contains a review of books on higher education that were published in The publications are organized under 10 headings: educational policy and polemics, students, types of institutions, administration, curriculum, teaching and teaching techniques, public policy Author: Lewis B.
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