About the Journal
The California State University's Institute for Teaching and Learning (ITL) created Exchanges, the CSU's on-line journal of teaching and learning. Exchanges emerged on-line in January 2001, after nearly two years
of hard work and planning by founding editor Carol Holder. The editorial board
agreed that it wanted a high-quality, professional forum for the faculty exchange
of ideas and information on teaching and learning, and we hope readers find that
this vision has been realized.
This online journal has provided a forum for CSU faculty members
to publish their scholarship of teaching projects, as well as their experiences,
viewpoints, reviews, questions, and creative works related to teaching and
learning. All submissions were reviewed by editors, and, in addition, all research
articles were double-blind peer-reviewed. Exchanges has encouraged
the collegial discussion of innovative pedagogy, classroom research, outcomes
assessment, community service learning, and other initiatives of interest to
faculty throughout the system, which includes more than 23,000 faculty members
and 400,000 students.
Exchanges suspended editorial activity
at the end of 2006 and no longer accepts submissions. However, all published
material continues to be available on this website. To find articles, see departments, author's
name or list sorted by date of publication.
"About the Journal" Winter 2001
"Note from the Editor" May 2001