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  • The Assessment Challenge: A Conversation ~ The intent of The Assessment Challenge: A Conversation site is to provide aggregated resources to enhance our dialogue on this vital issue and its implications for teaching and learning history at SAC.
  • Legacies of the Pacific War: Monuments & Memory, project module web site for the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Landmarks Workshop, History and Commemoration: Legacies of the Pacific War, July 25-30, 2010.
  • A Case Study ~ Oman & Jordan: Historical Tolurism, Curriculum project for Fulbright-Hays Summer Abroad Program Seminar, Summer '09 Fulbright-Hays: Jordan / Oman. Travel journal ~ Blog
  • Place & Culture: A Model for Exploring Regional Identity & Transnational Perspectives, a 2008 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute ~ “Regional Study and the Liberal Arts: Appalachia Up-Close."
  • Illustrating the Gilded Age: Editorial Cartoons and American Politics and Culture, 1877-1901, Curriculum project for a National Endowment for the Humanities “We the People 2008 Landmarks of American History and Culture” workshop for community college faculty held at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center.
  • American Cities and Public Spaces research institute sponsored by, The Community College Humanities Association in collaboration with the Kluge Center of the Office of Scholarly Programs, Library of Congress, Funded by The National Endowment for the Humanities, generated a special issue of the Community College Humanities Review. Included in the selected essays is:
  • Keller, Carol A. HemisFair '68 and the Cultural Matrix of San Antonio. Community College Humanities Review, vol. 27 (Fall 2006-2007): 35-77.
  • The Civil War: Memory and Commemoration ~ Curriculum Project for War, Death, and Remembrance: The Memory and Commemoration of the American Civil War , an NEH Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop for Community College Faculty ~ University of Mississippi, summer 2007
  • Exploring South America ~ Curriculum project for Fulbright-Hays Summer Abroad Program Seminar, Argentina and Uruguay: From Colonialism to the Future, hosted by the Argentina and Uruguay Fulbright Commissions, summer 2006. Travel journal ~ Argentina / Uruguay Blog
  • Globalizing Henry Ford's America: From Greenfield Village to the Twenty-first Century ~ Curriculum Project for 2006 NEH Summer Workshop Henry Ford and American Industrial, Labor, and Cultural History, Henry Ford Community College, Dearborn, Michigan
  • Exploring Southeast Asia ~ Curriculum Project for NEH Summer Institute 2005, Southeast Asia: Indigenous Cultures and Outside Influences, East-West Center, Hawai'i
  • Bringing Internet Mapping to the Humanities Project ~ National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Focus Grant ~ 2003-04
  • 2004 China - US Conference on Community Colleges in Beijing, China, July 5-8, Alamo participating.
  • The Spell of India ~ Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program, India / Nepal - 2003
  • Madras (Chennai), A Case Study ~ Fulbright-Hays, India 2003 & NEH Summer Institute 2002
  • Strategies for Success: Study Skills for Online Learners ~ for Internet course students
  • Strategies for Success: Study Skills Online ~ for on-campus learners
  • Indian Ocean, Cradle of Globalization: Scholar Voices ~ NEH Summer Institute 2002, University of Pennsylvania
  • Internationalizing the U. S. Survey Course: First Steps (OAH session, April 2002)
  • Explorations of Empire Seminar: The Mongols ~ Contributing Scholar Voices (AHA/CCHA/LOC Grant, Summer 2001, Library of Congress)