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About the Authors.
Part I Learner-Centered Leadership.
1 Rethinking Our Current Challenges: The Context for Change.
2 The Instructional Paradigm: The Reason for Change.
3 The Learner-Centered Paradigm: The Goal of Change.
4 Leading the New Paradigm: The Method for Change.
Part II Advancing the Learner-Centered Agenda.
5 Fostering Faculty Development.
6 Orienting New Faculty.
7 Assessing Teaching Quality.
8 Supporting Learning through Renovation of Spaces.