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Academic Leadership Journal

Academic Leadership Journal (ALJ) was originally published by the Fort Hays State University College of Education. In May 2017 the ALJ was migrated to the FHSU Scholars Repository. You can access the journal in its entirety here.

Academic Leadership Journal
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Contact Information

For more information about our digital collections please contact:

 

Elizabeth Chance, MLIS
Digital Curation Librarian
mechance2@fhsu.edu

026 Forsyth Library

600 Park Street

Hays, KS 67601-4099

Phone: 785-628-5713

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