Augustana College Magazine is published by the Office of Communication and Marketing at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois.
Augustana College, rooted in the liberal arts and sciences and a Lutheran expression of the Christian faith, is committed to offering a challenging education that develops qualities of mind, spirit and body necessary for a rewarding life of leadership and service in a diverse and changing world.
The Celebration of Learning began as a student research symposium in 1997, and is the result of hundreds of hours of collaborative work between students and faculty members.
This annual event gives students the opportunity to share their scholarly and creative work and be a part of a campus-wide community of learners. Student presentations and performances run concurrently with faculty panels on scholarship and teaching. Featured student, faculty, and alumni speakers are scheduled throughout the event.
is the biannual publication by the Network of ELCA Colleges and Universities (NECU). Each issue reflects on faith, learning, and teaching within Lutheran higher education, especially as these intersect with contemporary challenges, opportunities, and initiatives.
Reflecting on the Past (Augustana Historical Society)
150 Years of Augustana Stories
The stories in this volume were created for Augustana's sesquicentennial of highlight important events and people related to the college.
SAGA is Augustana's art and literary magazine, published by Augustana College students since 1937. Submissions are open exclusively to currently enrolled Augustana students. All submissions are sent anonymously to student boards who select the pieces published in each issue. SAGA accepts submissions of poetry, fiction, and artwork, including drawings, paintings, and photography.
Swedish American Genealogist (Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center)
Swedish American Genealogist is a quarterly journal devoted to Swedish-American biography, genealogy and family history published by the Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center.
Please note: This digital repository has a 4-year embargo from the most current issue. To see issues from the most recent 4 years, please subscribe.
Some articles are not included in this digital repository at the request of the author.
Tackle Box (Education)
Each year, students enrolled in EDUC411/412, Literacy in the Content Areas, learn the theories and best practices for empowering all students to read, write, and learn more effectively.
The publication is called a Tackle Box because, much like a fishing tackle box, this document has lures, hooks, and bait to help the teachers reel in their students as they work with text in the classroom. Since different schools of fish require different lures or bait, this tackle box of strategies provides a variety of useful gear for all teachers.
The future teachers in this class find this resource useful and valuable in their classrooms. Frequently, other classroom teachers have asked to borrow this resource, so we have decided to make it accessible to everyone.