Featured ArticlesWorking Together, Creating Excellence: The Experiences of Nursing Teachers, Students, and CliniciansIRONSIDE, PAMELA M.Author Information About the AuthorPamela M. Ironside, PhD, RN, is an assistant professor, School of Nursing, University of Wisconsin-Madison. This study was funded by the National League for Nursing. The author thanks Martha Scheckel, PhDc, RN, and Maria Yelle, MS, RN, for their assistance with this study. For more information, contact Dr. Ironside firstname.lastname@example.org. Nursing Education Perspectives: March-April 2005 - Volume 26 - Issue 2 - p 78-85 Buy Abstract This study, conducted to inform the development and implementation of the National League for Nursing Centers of Excellence in Nursing Education Program™, provides a hermeneutical analysis of the common experiences and shared meanings of excellence as described by nursing students, teachers, and clinicians. Findings highlight how excellence resides in students and teachers working and learning together through enacting new pedagogies. Two themes are reported: "Working Together: Creating New Partnerships Between and Among Teachers and Students" and "Learning Together: Creating Excellence and Shaping the Future of Nursing Education Through Enacting New Pedagogies." Copyright 2005 by National League for Nursing, Inc.