As part of my scholarly and personal research interests, I maintain an annotated bibliography of 1,100+ publications about postsecondary peer learning programs. While I have posted it as a PDF online in the past, I am now making it available in multiple formats: PDF, Word, and EndNote database file as an open educational resource. You might find this useful when generating support for a campus peer study group program, writing an article, or your own professional interest. Nearly 25 percent of the citations are by researchers describing their findings with peer programs outside the U.S. Peer learning programs are a world-wide approach for higher student achievement and engagement as well as a powerful incubator for personal, educational, and professional benefits for the peer learning group facilitators themselves.
Recommended CitationArendale, David R., Annotated bibliography of postsecondary peer cooperative learning programs available online, Journal of Peer Learning, 7, 2014, iv-vi.