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The Journal of Competency-Based Education

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Edited By: Sally M. Johnstone, President, National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (NCHEMS)

Online ISSN: 2379-6154

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    Shifting gears in the classroom—movement toward personalized learning and competency-based education (pages 151–156)

    Danielle J. Camacho and Jill M. Legare

    Version of Record online: 26 DEC 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/cbe2.1032

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    Editorial (page 150)

    Sally M. Johnstone

    Version of Record online: 26 DEC 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/cbe2.1036

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    Foundations of quality in competency-based programs: Competencies and assessments (pages 118–121)

    Conna Bral and Jennifer Cunningham

    Version of Record online: 16 NOV 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/cbe2.1027

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Announcements

Wiley is proud to annnounce the publication of the new journal The Journal of Competency-Based Education beginning in 2016!

Published on behalf of the Western Governors University, The Journal of Competency-Based Education (JCBE) is a primary source of information for furthering the study, documentation, and practice of competency-based education. JCBE’s peer review process contributes to current scholarship and assures academic rigor while encouraging innovation in the field of higher education. The target audience of JCBE includes educators, scholars, administrators, policymakers, and others in the higher education community.

Call for Papers

For the first issues of The Journal of Competency-Based Education we are especially interested in:

Original research relating to competency-based education (CBE)

  1. Student and/or faculty oriented studies
  2. Competency/outcomes related studies
  3. Cost related studies

Well-documented case studies relating to CBE

  1. How faculty members develop and support CBE programs
  2. What unique support infrastructure is being created to assist students
  3. How multi-campus consortia are offering CBE programs

Shorter opinion essays or emerging research projects

  1. Why CBE is important at your institution
  2. How the quality of CBE programs can be assured
  3. How CBE shifts the relationship between colleges and employers

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