Inkelas, K. K., Jessup-Anger, J. E., Benjamin, M., & Wawrzynski, M. R. (2018). Living-learning communities that work: A research-based model for design, delivery, and assessment. Stylus Publishing, LLC.
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Gahagan, J., & Hunter, M. (2006). The second-year experience: Turning attention to the academy’s middle children. About Campus, 11(3), 17-22. 10.1002/abc.168.
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Journal Articles, Living-Learning
Brandon, A., Hirt, J., & Cameron, T. (2008). Where you live influences who you know: Differences in student interaction based on residence hall design. Journal of College & University Student Housing, 35(2), 62-79.
Brower, A. M. (2008, March/April). More like a Home than a Hotel: The impact of living-learning programs on college high-risk drinking. Journal of College & University Student Housing. 35(1), 32-49.
Brower, A. M., & Inkelas, K. K. (2010, Spring). Living-learning programs: One high-impact education practice we now know a lot about. Liberal Education. 96(2), 36-43.
Devlin, A. S., Donavan, S., Nicolov, A., Nold, O., & Zandan, G. (2008). Residence hall architecture and sense of community: Everything old is new again. Environment and Behavior. 40(4), 487-521. Doi: 10.1177/0013916507301128
Garrett, D., & Zabriskie, M. S. (2004). The influence of living-learning program participation on student-faculty interaction. Journal of College & University Student Housing. 33(1), 38-44.
Haynes, C., & Janosik, S. M. (2012). Faculty and staff member benefits from involvement in living-learning programs. Journal of College and University Student Housing. 38(2), 32-45.
Inkelas, K. K. (2008, March/April). Innovative directions for living-learning program research and practice. Journal of College &University Student Housing. 35(1), 8-13.
Inkelas, K. K., Johnson, D., & Lee Z. (2006). The role of living-Learning programs in students’ perceptions of intellectual growth at three large universities. NASPA Journal. 43(1), 115-143.
Inkelas, K. K., Zeller, W. J., & Murphy, R. K. (2006, January/February). Learning moves home. About Campus. 10(6), 10-16.
Inkelas, K. K., Daver, Z. E., Vogt, K. E., & Leonard, J. (2007, June). Living-learning programs and first-generation college students’ academic and social transition to college. Research in Higher Education. 48 (4), 403-434.
Inkelas, K. K., Vogt, K. E., Longerbeam, S. D., Owen, J., & Johnson, D. (2006, January). Measuring outcomes of living-learning programs: Examining college environments and student learning and development. The Journal of General Education. 55(1), 40-76.
Inkelas, K., Soldner, M., Longerbeam, & S., Leonard, J. (2008, September). Difference in student outcomes by types of living-learning programs: The development of an empirical typology. Research in Higher Education. 49(6), 495-512.
Jessup-Anger, J. E., Johnson, B. N. & Wawrynski, M. R. (2012). Exploring living-learning communities as a venue for men’s identity construction. Journal of College and University Student Housing, 39 (1), 162-175.
Longerbeam, S. D., Inkelas, K. K., & Brower, A. M. (2007). Secondhand benefits: Student outcomes in residence halls with living-learning programs. Journal of College & University Student Housing. 34(2), 20-30.
Longerbeam, S. D., & Sedlacek, W. E. (2006, Winter). Attitudes toward diversity and living-learning outcomes among first-and second-year college students. NASPA Journal. 43(1), 40-55.
Pasque, P. A., & Murphy, R. (2005, July/August). The intersections of living-learning programs and social identity as factors of academic achievement and intellectual engagement. Journal of College Student Development. 46(4), 429-441.
Petracchi, H. E., Weaver, A., Engel, R. J., Kolivoski, K. M., & Das, Rachelle. (2010, April/September). An assessment of service learning in a university living-learning community: Implications for community engagement. Journal of Community Practice. 18(2/3), 252-266.
Purdie II, J. R., & Rosser, V. J. (2011). Examining the academic performance and retention of first-year students in living-learning communities and first-year experience courses. College Student Affairs Journal. 29(2), 95-112.
Rowan-Kenyon, H., Soldner, M., & Inkelas, K. K. (2007, Fall). The contributions of living-learning programs on developing sense of civic engagement in undergraduate students. NASPA Journal. 44(4), 750-778.
Shushok, F., & Sriram, R. (2009). Exploring the effect of a residential academic affairs-student affairs partnership: The first year of an engineering and computer science living-learning center. Journal of College & University Student Housing. 36(2), 68-81.
Stewart, G. M. (2008, March/April). Assessing learning outcomes in living-learning programs: One journey. Journal of College & University Student Housing. 35(1), 50-65. http://http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail?vid=42&sid=15753c2f-ac02-47f8-851f-ce03e61056d4%40sessionmgr110&hid=128&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=a9h&AN=36075211
Strothmann, M., & Antell, K. (2010). The live-in librarian: Developing library outreach to university residence halls. Reference & User Services Quarterly. 50(1), 48-58. Retrieved from http://www.rusq.org/
Szelényi, K., & Inkelas, K. (2011, June). The role of living-learning programs in women’s plans to attend graduate school in STEM fields. Research in Higher Education. 52(4), 349-369.
Wawrzynski, M. R., & Jessup-Anger, J. E. (2010, March/April). From expectations to experiences: Using a structural typology to understand first-year student outcomes in academically based living-learning communities. Journal of College Development. 51(2), 201-217.
Wawrzynski, M. R., Jessup-Anger, J. E., & Stolz, K. (2009). Exploring students perceptions of academically based living-learning communities. College Student Affairs Journal. 28(1), 138-158.
Whiteman, D. (2009, April/May). Creating a “green bubble” on campus: A model for programming in a green living-learning community. Journal of College & University Student Housing. 36(1), 38-47.
Zeller, W. J. (2008). Living-learning programs in the digital age. The Journal of College and University Student Housing. 35(1), 66-77.
Cook, J. H., & Lewis, C. A. (Eds.). (2007). Student and academic affairs: The divine comity. Washington, D.C: National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and American College Personnel Association.
Evans, N. J., Forney, D. S., Guido, F. M., & Renn, K. A. (2010). Student development in college: Theory, research, and practice. (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Habley, W. R., Bloom, J. L., & Robbins, S. (2012). Increasing persistence: Research-based strategies for college student success. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Howe, N., & Strauss, W. (2007). Millenials go to college (2nd ed.). Great Falls, VA: LifeCourse Associates.
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Keeling, R.P. (Ed.). (2004). Learning reconsidered: A campus-wide focus on the student experience. Washington, D.C: National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and American College Personnel Association.
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