1500 Learning Center Web sites
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Christ Frank (Faculty)
THis is an OER website that is divided into the following sections: Welcome, why and how to use LSCHE,What's new, About Learning Centers, Calendar of Events, 35 Resource areas, nearby history of LSCHE, and a Search Box.
In "Why and How to Use LSCHE," five categories of potential users are described, a get acquainted process is described for first time users, and 15 typical users of LSCHE are described.
In "What's New," recent information on people, conferences and institutes, new LSCHE news, list of changes, deletions, and additions to LSCHE content, recent publications and technology relevant items now in LSCHE.
In "About Learning Support Centers," are definitions of key academic terms, names of learning centers, names/titles of tutors, the 1500 websites of learning centers in the USA, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, a chronology of events as background for development of learning centers in higher education, a collection of mission statements of learning centers, a list of learning center best practices, a collection of learning center floor plans, a collection of learning center surveys, and the syllabus of a graduate course on learning centers.
A calendar of events related to programs and services of learning centers.
A list of 35 resources related to learning center programs, services, management, and professional development.
A history of the development of the LSCHE web portal.
A search bnox to find specific material in LSCHE.
LSCHE was developed by its web master, Dr. Rick Sheets, with Dreamweaver software and Contribute as a quick method of adding, deleting, and modifying LSCHE material by its content editor, Frank Christ.
LSCHE has grown to over 82 Mbytes of mostly text based material related to learning centers with more than 4100 files in 380 folders.