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Publications

Tomanek, J., & VanWagoner, R. (2008, May/June). Taking learning seriously: A comprehensive adjunct faculty support system. The Adjunct Advocate: The Magazine for Adjunct College Educators, 22-29.

VanWagoner, R.J., Bowman, L.S., & Spraggs, L.D. (2005). Editor's choice: The significant community college. Community College Review. 33(1), 38–50.

VanWagoner, R.J. (2004, November). Strengthening general education – Back to the basics. Instructional Leadership Abstracts, 2(7), 1-2.

VanWagoner, R.J. (2004). Influencing the perception of organizational change in community colleges. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 28, 715-727.

VanWagoner, R.J. & Bradman, H.L. (2003, June/July).  The curriculum design studio: A curriculum committee alternative for the 21st century. Community College Journal, 42-43.

VanWagoner, R. & Hoffman, S.C. (2003). Engaging in accreditation: Using staff development to achieve total participation. In Van Kollenburg, S.E. (Ed.) A Collection of Papers on Self-Study and Institutional Improvement, 2003. Volume 4: The Self-Study Process for Commission Evaluation. 2003 Edition (pp.52-54). Chicago, Illinois: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

VanWagoner, R.J. (2003). Tips for survival in a forest of change. Academic Leader,19(3),8.

Raftery, S. & VanWagoner, R. (2002). Using learning communities to develop basic skills. Learning Abstracts, 5(9).

VanWagoner, R.J. (2002). The influence of institutional and individual characteristics on the perception of organizational change. (Doctoral dissertation). 
Available at Mohawk Valley Community College.

VanWagoner, R.J. (2001). A framework for academic planning: Engaging faculty in strategic dialogue. Omaha, NE: Metropolitan Community College. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED454919)

Brown, J.D. & VanWagoner, R.J. (1999). Organizational climate: The overlooked dimension of institutional effectiveness. Seattle, WA: Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No. ED433754)