Continuing education -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0506
Abstract The College of Extended Studies functioned as the academic outreach arm of the University, providing university level, lifelong educational opportunities for Nevadans. Live distance education courses were offered for remote students to enable them to earn college credit or for professional development. Records include a copy of the University of Nevada, Reno Outreach Strategic Planning Task Force's Final Report of April 2003, brochures for the annual Art of the Children's Book Festival, course...
Identifier: AC 0501
Abstract The University of Nevada first offered correspondence courses in the fall of 1944. The Correspondence Study Department was established in 1945. The College of Arts and Science was responsible for administration of correspondence study from 1944 through May 1, 1947. In June 1947, administrative responsibility for correspondence study was unofficially transferred to the Office of Admissions and Records. That office oversaw correspondence study through early 1950, when the School of Education...
Identifier: AC 0497
Abstract In June 1947, administrative responsibility for correspondence study was unofficially transferred from the College of Arts and Science to the Office of Admissions and Records, with the change officially established in 1948. There was a Director of Correspondence from 1947 through June 1948. The records consist of the first list of correspondence courses offered by the University of Nevada, the Home Study at the University of Nevada Announcement of Courses (1948); reports of registration for...
Identifier: AC 0504
Overview The Division of Continuing Education functioned as the academic outreach arm of the University, providing university level, lifelong educational opportunities for Nevadans. The collection is comprised of administrative records, an Academic Credit Policies and Procedures Manual, annual reports, Art of the Children's Book Festival marketing material; correspondence, course catalogs, and newsletters. Of particular interest is a 1988 questionnaire response by Grace M. Donehower, Associate Director...
Identifier: AC 0503
Overview The University of Nevada established the Office of Statewide Services on April 1, 1954. This unit was also called General University Extension. In 1977, General University Extension became Extended Programs and Continuing Education, with an Independent Study Department. The collection inludes correspondence and course catalogs.
Identifier: AC 0507
Overview Extended Studies functions as the academic outreach arm of the University, providing university-level, lifelong educational opportunities for Nevadans. Live distance education courses are offered for remote students to enable them to earn college credit or for professional development. The Program for Adult College Education (PACE) offers a way for undergraduate students to earn a degree by taking evening and weekend classes. Extended Studies administers courses required for certification of...
Identifier: AC 0502
Abstract The University of Nevada General University Extension records consist of annual reports, class schedules, conference and workshop reports, two creative writing anthologies: "A Fallon Fascicle" (English 305, Spring 1965) and "Beating Wings" (1967-68), newsletters (1970-74), and other program publications from 1951-1977. Of particular interest is a self evaluation study from 1975, two anthologies by creative writing students, the Statewide Workshop on the Aging Conference Report (1968),...
Identifier: AC 0638
Abstract The records of University of Nevada President Joseph Edward Stubbs include the syllabus of the third lecture, "An Hour with Aristotle," part of a six-lecture course, "An Historical Study in Ethics," by Dr. Joseph E. Stubbs; printed transcriptions of his public addresses, his reports to the Board of Regents about the University, and the issue of the University of Nevada Sagebrush containing his obituary.
Identifier: NUB 26/01/05
Identifier: AC 0500
Overview Early in the history of the Nevada State University, the College of Arts and Science had a Department of Education, which eventually became the School of Education. The School of Education assumed administrative responsibility for the Correspondence Study Department in 1950. The University of Nevada's School of Education became the College of Education in 1953. The School of Education records include articles that appeared in issues of the University of Nevada Bulletin in the 1930s, course...