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The Impact of Institutional Size on Student Engagement

  • Adrianna J Kezar

This article reviews the results from an in-depth multisite case study of 20 institutions examining approaches to student engagement exploring differences by institutional type. The two research questions pursued were: Is size related to distinctive approaches for creating an engaging environment for students? If so, in what ways? The results demonstrate a relationship between size and four benchmarks. Implications for institutional and national policy are reviewed.

Published Online: 2006-2-10

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