Item description for Night+Day Los Angeles (The Cool Cities Series from Pulse Guides) by Patrick Green...
Los Angeles is more than a city — it's the symbol of all things hot, cool, hip, and trendy. From the finest art museums to the newest dance clubs to the chicest shops and restaurants, L.A. has it all…and then some. This smart, sophisticated guide that includes a 4-color foldout map delivers the best of the city in an easy-to-use format that puts essential information at the reader's fingertips. Included are new color inserts as well as a 4-color foldout map that helps guide travelers towards the countless attractions found in the City of Angels.
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Release Date Jul 1, 2009
Publisher ASDavis Media, Pulse Guides
ISBN 1934724092 ISBN13 9781934724095
Availability 0 units.
More About Patrick Green
Patrick Green has served as the Director of the Center for Experiential Learning at Loyola University Chicago since its inception in August, 2007. The Center for Experiential Learning houses five university-wide programs, including service-learning, academic internships, student employment/ community-based federal work study, undergraduate research, and the electronic portfolio program. As a Clinical Instructor of Experiential Learning, Dr. Green teaches a variety of general elective experiential learning courses, engaging students in service-learning, community-based research, internship experiences, and undergraduate research. Dr. Green s research includes the impact of experiential learning programs on skill development and career development (funded by the National Association of Colleges and Employers Research Foundation Grant), the meaning-making processes of reflection in service-learning/experiential learning, and the use of electronic portfolios in experiential learning (Inter/national Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Research). Dr. Green was chosen as an Engaged Scholar for National Campus Compact, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSCLE).