Summer Academe: A Journal of Higher Education

Summer Academe provides university and college administrators, deans and directors of summer sessions, and faculty involved in teaching and programming in summer sessions with a source of current research and best practices in summer session administration and pedagogy.



Summer Academe volume 8 is now available.

The North American Association of Summer Sessions (NAASS), the Association of University Summer Sessions (AUSS), the North Central Conference on Summer Sessions (NCCSS), and the Western Association of Summer Session Administrators are pleased to present Summer Academe: A Journal of Higher Education in an online format using the Online Journal System.  
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Vol 8 (2014)

Table of Contents

Introduction PDF
Bill Kops

Research and Scholarship

Differences in Summer Session Administrative Structures: Assessment of Potential Effect on Performance Outcomes PDF
Loy Lytle, William J. Kops, Christopher Seaman
Supporting Transfer Students Through a Summer Transfer Transition Program PDF
Rachel Nottingham Miller, Andre Durham

Conference Papers

Summer Film Festivals for Kids: Building Fond Memories and Brand Identity PDF
William G. Chismar, Ann Brandman
Implementing a Successful Winter Session PDF
Sarah Harkness, Elizabeth Laves, Bill McClure
Unleash the Beast: Promoting Summer Sessions Using Guerrilla Marketing PDF
Caitlin Huntley
It Takes an Institutional Village: Strategies to Enhance Summer Through Institutional Buy-In PDF
Jeanie Kline, Barbara Leggat
Improving Summer Session Efficiencies: A Case Study PDF
Marie Murgolo-Poore


The Case for Better Integration of CE Units and the Rest of Campus PDF
Bill McClure
The Seven Laws of Summer Marketing Revisited PDF
Gary Penders

Book and Media Reviews

Book review of Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning PDF
Kathy Rowe