|Editor’s Notes Carol L. Colbeck||1|
|1. Evaluating Teaching Performance Michael. B. Paulsen The principles and practices that characterize the effective contemporary approaches to teaching evaluation include self-evaluation, student ratings, and peer review; pretenure and posttenure evaluation; and the roles of rewards, disciplinary perspectives, and institutional teaching cultures.||5|
|2. Evaluating Scholarship Performance: Traditional and Emergent Assessment Templates John M. Braxton, Marietta Del Favero This chapter compares traditional and new templates for evaluating scholarship performance. Specific information about scholarly activities can be used to document performance of the scholarships of discovery, integration, application, and teaching.||19|
|3. Evaluating Outreach Performance Marilyn J. Amey Most institutions have not dealt constructively with how to acknowledge, evaluate, and reward outreach activity. This chapter describes recent efforts to legitimize and evaluate outreach.||33|
|4. Integration: Evaluating Faculty Work as a Whole Carol L. Colbeck This chapter explores how assessing joint production of teaching, research, and outreach may benefit faculty and institutions, and it suggests specific methods for evaluating the extent and nature of the integrated faculty work.||43|
|5. The Impact of Technology on Faculty Performance and Its Evaluation Craig McInnis Technological changes facilitate communication and decision making, but add to faculty members’ workload as they struggle to stay current with the vast amount of new and reconfigured information. The use of new technologies also adds to increasing influence of professional administrators and technical specialists over academic work.||53|
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Publication information: Book title: Evaluating Faculty Performance. Contributors: Carol L. Colbeck - Editor. Publisher: Jossey-Bass. Place of publication: San Francisco. Publication year: 2002. Page number: Not available.
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