Positioning the syllabus as a key artifact in the modern academy, one that encapsulates many elements of intellectual, scholarly, social, cultural, political, and institutional contexts in which it is enmeshed, we offer in this special issue of Syllabus a set of provocations on the syllabus and its many roles. Including perspectives from full-time and part-time faculty, graduate students, and librarians, the issue offers a multifaceted take on how the syllabus is presently used and might be reimagined.
college courses, higher education curriculum, syllabus pedagogy
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Rebecca Frost Davis, Matthew K. Gold, and Katherine D. Harris. "Introduction to "The State of the Syllabus" Special Edition" Syllabus (2020): 1-3.