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Adams, Herbert B. University extension and its leaders. (See

American monthly review of reviews, July 1891, 3:593-609) - - 28 p. O. Alb. 1891. N. Y. state univ. (Extension circular no. 10)

- (See N. Y. (state) — Home education department. Extension bulletin no. 5, p. 199–224)

Excellent historical statement of the work in England and its earlier phases in America. Received the highest award in competition for prize offered by the University of the state of New York. Illustrated in the Review with portraits of seventeen leaders, chiefly American.

University extension in America. (See Forum, July 1891, 11:510–23) -- 16 p. O. Alb. 1891. N. Y. (state) — Home education department. (Extension circular no. 2)

Clear account of the genesis and early development. American society for the extension of university teaching. Pro

ceedings of the first annual meeting of the national conference on university extension, 1891; comp. by George Francis James.

292 p. O. Phil. 1892. Lippincott. Bardeen, C. W. University extension. (See School bulletin,

July 1891, 17:123-24) - - 8 p. 0. Alb. 1891. N. Y. (state) — Home education department. (Extension circular no. 4)

- (See N. Y. (state) — Home education department. Extension bulletin no. 1, p. 44-48)

Brief review of history and methods. Boughton, Willis, and others. University extension, the new system in operation. (See Book news, Sep. 1891, 10:21-46)

Fifteen articles descriptive of methods of organization, teaching and study. Dewey, Melvil. The extension of the University of the state of

New York. (See N. Y. (state) — University. Proceedings of the 27th annual convocation. 1889, p. 73-115)

- (See N. Y. (state) — University. Regents report 1889, p. 73-115)

Outlines and discusses plans for extending the functions of the university through libraries, publications, museums and lectureships. Suggestive and

valuable. Also printed separately. - New York's part in university extension. (See Critic, Aug. 1891, 19:90-91)

- 8 p. O. Alb. 1891. N. Y. (state) — Home education department. (Extension circular no. 7)

Dewey, Melvil. (See N. Y. (state)— Home education department. Extension bulletin no. 2, p. 69–74)

Lucid statement of the nature and limits of the work undertaken by the

state. Frost, William Goodell. University extension in Kentucky. (See Outlook, Sep. 1898, 60:73-79)

Interesting sketch of work among the “mountain whites.” Illustrated. Harris, William T. The place of university extension in Ameri

can education. (See American society for extension of univer

sity teaching. Proceedings, 1892, p. 18–31) - - 14 p. 0. Phil. 1892. Lippincott.

-- (See U.S.- Education, Bureau of. Report for 1891–92, v. 2, p. 743–52)

Able discussion of the significance and bearings of the movement. - Statistics of university extension in the United States. (See

U. S.- Education, Bureau of. Report for 1889-90, p. 207, 247, 827–35, 1159–61; 1890-91, p. 843–52; 1891–92, p. 742, 751, 983, 1206–15; 1892-93, p. 1613-17; 1893–94, p. 951-71; 1895-96,

p. 2008-20) Hart, Albert Bushnell. University participation, a substitute for

university extension. (See Educational review, June 1893, 6:42–57)

Fair criticism; urges superior advantages of university courses for teachers,

in specific subjects; proposes methods. Henderson, C. Hanford. University extension. (See Popular

science monthly, Nov. 1891, 40:1-15)

-- 15 p. O. N. Y. 1891. Appleton. - Nationalization of university extension. (See Popular science monthly, Feb. 1892, 40:500–6)

Favors government support and supervision. James, Edmund J. University extension in the United States. (See Our day, Feb. 1892, 9:79-85)

The educational functions of the movement intelligently discussed.

New career for college men. (See American monthly review of reviews, June 1893, 7:578–80)

Presents the advantages, opportunities and requirements of extension lec

turing as a profession. James, George F. ed. Handbook of university extension no. I; being v. 1 of University extension, July 1891-June 1892. 3+400 p. O. Phil. 1892. American society for extension of university teaching.

James, George F. ed. Ed. 2 enl. 19+425 p. O. Phil. 1893. American society for extension of university teaching.

Miscellaneous papers. - University extension in America. (See American monthly review of reviews, Jan. 1893, 6:701-12)

Supplements Dr. H. B. Adams's " University extension" and its leaders, bring

ing results down to close of 1892. Fifteen portraits. Larned, J. N. An experiment in university extension. (See Library journal, Mar.-Ap. 1888, 13:75-76)

Interesting account of the first library course in the United States. Moore, Charlotte McIlvain. University extension. (See Catholic world, Ap. 1893, 57:27–35)

Favorable Catholic view of the work. Illustrated.. Moulton, Richard G. The university extension movement. 19 p.

O. Phil. n. d. - — (See N. Y. (state) — Home education department. Extension bulletin no. 5, p. 185-98)

Clear statement of methods, purposes and spirit. .. Moulton, Richard G. and others. University extension, a series

of articles on various phases of the movement. (See Book news, May 1891, 9:339–80)

-- 44 p. Q. Phil. 1891. American society for extension of university teaching.

Present value mainly historical. N. Y. (state) — Home education department. Development of

university extension. p. 179–234, O. Alb. 1893. (Extension bulletin no. 5)

Contains Dr. H. B. Adams's Progress of university extension, his “ University

extension" and its leaders, and R: G. Moulton's University extension movement. - Report of extension teaching division, 1893-99. O. Alb. 1894-99. (Extension bulletin nos. 6, 12, 17, 22, 26, 28)

Details and statistics of work in New York, with annual review of progress

elsewhere in America and abroad. No. 60. p. Palmer, George Herbert. Doubts about university extension. (See Atlantic monthly, Mar. 1892, 69:367–74)

Presents the difficulties in the way of finding suitable teachers. Problems of university extension. (See Dial, Nov. 1892, 13: 297-98)

Forcible statement of present burdens of overworked professors. Russell, James E. Extension of university teaching in England

and America, a study in practical pedagogics. p. 147-253, O. Alb. 1895. N. Y. (state) — Home education department. (Extension bulletin no. 10)

Russell, James E. Die volks-hochschulen in England & Amerika ;

deutsch mit anmerkgn. von Otto Wilhelm Beyer. 112 p.O. Lpz. 1895. R. Voigtländer. 2m. 8opf.

Results of Dr. Russell's observations as special commissioner of the University of the state of New York to visit Europe and report on whatever he might find of most importance to educational institutions in New York. Especially valuable for its statements of the results of twenty years of

university extension, and its conclusions as to pedagogic value. Sharp, Katharine Lucinda. Local public libraries and their rela

tion to university extension. (See N. Y. (state) — Home education department. Extension bulletin no. 4, p. 147-71)

A study of plans of co-operation in use in typical libraries. Awarded $100 prize as the most practical essay on the subjeet. Contains list of authori

ties, 2 p. . Zeublin, Charles. Results and prospects of university extension. (See Dial, Ap. 1897, 22:207-9)

Later developments briefly and intelligently summed up.

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