American Government and Politics

American Government and Politics

Academic Freedom: Intellectual Integrity in Times of Institutional Change (Updated version 2.7.20)

Rogelio Garcia East Los Angeles College
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Kenneth Chaiprasert East Los Angeles College
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Kelly Velasquez East Los Angeles College
Abstract
This presentation seeks to broaden faculty’s understanding of academic freedom by exploring its many facets, especially when it comes to diverse learning environments. This presentation will provide practical information, learning strategies and examples on the topic of academic freedom for faculty to be able to express and share their knowledge freely with students without fear of reprisals, while maintaining a robust learning environment for our diverse student body.
Summary of changes from Version 1
This new version includes case studies that will be covered in the presentation as well as other minor edits.
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