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  E-SOURCE for College Transitions is a complimentary biannual electronic newsletter published by the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. Its primary purpose is to provide practical strategies for supporting student learning and success. Articles on a variety of topics related to student transitions are welcome, especially those focusing on:
  • Teaching strategies in the first college year
  • Strategies for addressing the sophomore, senior, and transfer transitions
  • Proven institutional initiatives
  • Strategies for assessing student learning, experiences, programs, and courses
  • Exploration of transition issues related to campus type
  • Alternative funding sources for curricular initiatives, programs, and services
  • Programs addressing the needs of special student populations
  • Short reviews of new and relevant print and online resources
The newsletter is published twice a year in October and March, and the online subscription is free. Readers also have access to an indexed archive of published articles. Sign up to receive e-mail alerts as the new issues become available.

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E-Source is about peers sharing with peers and cannot happen without your input. Please consider contributing an article to E-Source and pass along your successes and promising practices.
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Current Issue

April 2014 Vol 1. 11 No 2

Enhancing Student Performance in South African Higher Education Elizabeth de Kadt
To improve students’ academic success, the University of Johannesburg creates a practice-oriented FYE and focuses on teaching and learning.

Facilitating Intercultural Interactions Through a Personal Narrative Assignment
Amy Lee, Rhiannon D. Williams, and Chaltu Hassan
A writing exercise at the University of Minnesota promotes diversity and engagement through self-expression.

Successful Transitions: Creating an Integrated Approach to Transfer Matriculation
Robert Lagnese, Emily Riggs, and Quentin Panger
Slippery Rock University offers smooth transfer transitions from recruitment to campus acclimation.

Teaching Principles From Cognitive Psychology in the First-Year Seminar
Hillary H. Steiner
First-year seminars at Kennesaw State University apply theory to practice to explain the mechanics behind good cognition




E-Source for College Transitions
National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, University of South Carolina