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Vol 5, No 2 (2014)

Table of Contents

Section I: Original Scholarly and Creative Works

Toward a Shared Understanding of Lasallian Research: A Report on the Second Annual Symposium on Lasallian Research PDF
Roxanne Eubank, Ed.D., Monica Fitzgerald, Ph.D., Mary Catherine Fox, AFSC, Ph.D.
Lasallian Research: An International Movement Calling Scholars to Create New Knowledge Around Faith-informed Research Priorities PDF
Susan R. Hines, Ed.D.
The IALU Research Agenda: A Resolve to Intervene, Influence, and Transform PDF
Arnulfo Azcarraga, Ph.D.
Looking at the Future from a Memory that Challenges PDF
Diego Munoz, FSC, Ph.D.
The Crisis of 1712-1714 for John Baptist de La Salle and his Society PDF
Leo Burkhard, FSC, Ph.D.
De La Salle at Parménie: A Classroom Experience PDF
Richard M. Tristano, Ph.D.

Section II: Shared Knowledge Archive

Association According to John Baptist de La Salle PDF
Antonio Botana, FSC
For a Better Understanding of Lasallian Association PDF
Michel Sauvage, FSC, S.T.D.

Section III: Annotations of Distinctive Works in Lasallian Higher Education

Annotation: Scott A. Kier, Ed.D. "De La Salle Christian Brothers' Experiences of Catholic Identity in Higher Education in the United States." Ed.D. dissertation, University of San Francisco, 2012, 198 pp. PDF
Annotation: Peter Imperial, Ed.D. "Grading and Reporting Purposes and Practices in Catholic Secondary Schools and Grades' Efficacy in Accurately Communicating Student Learning." Ed.D. dissertation, University of San Francisco, 2011. PDF
Annotation: Michael French, FSC, D.Min. "The Lasallian Volunteer Program: Mentoring, Mutuality, Discipleship.” D.Min. dissertation, Catholic Theological Union, 2000, 210 pp. PDF

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