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Faculty Learning Communities: If at First You Don’t Succeed…

Sherrill Hammon Indiana Tech It was in November of 2008 and we were excited! I can still remember the railroad tracks we crossed that sent us into the air. (Perhaps I was driving too fast as we traveled home from the International Lilly Conference on College Teaching in Oxford, Ohio.) My colleague, Beth, and I had attended several sessions on Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) and we were excited about starting one on, what was then a small, private Business and Engineering college. Faculty are fortunate at our university because they can apply for a competitive, internal Faculty Development Grant to fund faculty development initiatives . . . so we wrote a proposal. Our proposal was to (1

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