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Where planning comes together. T​he power of SCUP is its community. We learn from one another, sharing how we’ve achieved success and, maybe more importantly, what we’ve learned from failure. SCUP authors, produces, and curates thousands of resources to help you prepare for the future, overcome challenges, and bring planning together at your college or university.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

The Budget Cycle as a Basis for Decision Making in Higher EducationLocked

From Volume 4 Number 5 | October 1975
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Media Marshalled by Community College (Educational Technology Profile 8)Locked

From Volume 4 Number 4 | August 1975
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Instructional TechnologyLocked

For D Students and Doctorates (Educational Technology Profile 7)
From Volume 4 Number 4 | August 1975
Planning for Higher Education Journal

A Major Step for Solar HeatingLocked

From Volume 4 Number 4 | August 1975
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Teaching by CableLocked

The Experience of One University (Educational Technology Profile 6)
From Volume 4 Number 4 | August 1975
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Cooperative Planning at the Oklahoma Health CenterLocked

From Volume 4 Number 4 | August 1975
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Higher Education and the National EconomyLocked

From Volume 4 Number 3 | June 1975
Planning for Higher Education Journal

The New Consumerism in Higher EducationLocked

From Volume 4 Number 3 | June 1975
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Media Options for Improving Instruction (Educational Technology Profile 5)Locked

From Volume 4 Number 3 | June 1975
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Outreach by Telephone (Educational Technology Profile 3)Locked

From Volume 4 Number 3 | June 1975
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Instructional Unit Offers Ideas not Hardware to Spur Change (Educational Technology Profile 4)Locked

From Volume 4 Number 3 | June 1975
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Chicago TV CollegeLocked

Twenty Years Old and Still Innovating (Educational Technology Profile 1)
From Volume 4 Number 2 | April 1975
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