LAIR: Lenoir-Rhyne Academic Institutional Repository
The Lenoir-Rhyne Academic Institutional Repository (LAIR) is managed by the University Libraries and has been established to preserve and make broadly available the scholarly works of the LR community. LAIR is appropriate for article pre-prints and manuscripts, conference papers, instructional material, as well as student projects, theses, and dissertations. The repository also provides a digital home for the university’s historical and cultural collections.
The repository is currently accepting submissions by faculty, staff, and students who want to share their work with a worldwide audience. Go to LAIR LibGuide for information on how to deposit materials to the repository. Use this form to start the submission process (you must first be logged into the LRU portal to access the form).
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about LAIR or about submitting your work.
Communities in Lenoir-Rhyne Academic Institutional Repository
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(2010)This is a presentation provided at the Appalachian College Association Summit in October of 2010 in Abingdon, Virginia. A version of it was presented in 2006 to teachers at the NC Dept. of Juvenile Justice, Corrections in ...
How Nurture Groups Can Facilitate Inclusive Practice in Primary and Secondary Schools: A Theory Map for Enriching the University Students' Learning Experience (2018-05)Nurture groups originated in East London, in the 1960s. The first nurture groups provided education for multicultural migrant children, whose schools and parents were under enormous stress. Today, there are more than 1000 ...
How Transatlantic Workshops and Field Trips Can Make German-American University-Partnerships an Active Learning Space. (2014-05)Ten-day workshops and field trips had a key role in the partnership between a university of applied sciences in East Germany and a small private liberal arts college in North Carolina. This case study evaluates activities ...
Dissertation: Growth of a Teacher Garden: A Research Evaluation Study of the Creative Options Partnership in Education (COPE). (2004)This qualitative single case study examined a school-university partnership program known as the Creative Options Partnership in Education (COPE). The purpose of the study was to understand the emergent qualities of the ...
Spaces of Commoning, in Berlin and Other Cities, and Their Potential for the Building of Sustainable Social Communities and Educational Cultures (2019-04)As educators, we strive for accessible, just and inclusive educational options for all children and youth, including those from vulnerable social strata. We reflect the processes inside of educational institutions, and ...