Education Development and Leadership in Higher Education: Developing an Effective Institutional Strategy

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Index

a
academic identity 168 , 170 , 195
academic organizational unit (AOU) 88 - 90 , 94 - 95 , 98 , 105 -6
academic role 3 - 4 , 165 , 182 -4, 187 , 193 , 197
academics see teachers
accountability 7 - 8 , 15 - 16 , 30 -2, 40 , 42 , 65 , 72 , 88 , 143 ;
corporate 110 ;
government 74 ;
public 173 ;
university 157
accreditation 4 , 8 - 9 , 12 , 26 , 38 , 60 , 74 , 121 , 184 -6, 196 -7
action learning 43 , 95 , 123 ;
approaches 94 , 100 , 104 ;
projects 79 - 82 , 194
action poetry 173 -5
adaptive challenge 92 , 102 , 104
adaptive work 92 , 98
alignment and synergy:
leadership and education development 90 -1;
curriculum 100 , 114 ;
organizational 89
Associate Dean (academic/teaching and learning) 37 , 38 , 40 , 75 , 80 , 82
Association of Learning Technologists 26
autonomy 34 ;
academic/professional 103 , 170 , 184 , 196
award-bearing university programmes 156 -8

b
Biggs, J. 14 , 34 , 100 , 159 , 172
blow-up factors 173 -4
Boyer, E. 10 , 74 -5, 103 , 118 , 159

c
capability/capabilities:
curriculum 2 , 37 -8, 40 , 43 -5, 49 , 72 , 74 ;
staff 75 -7, 82 -4, 87 , 119
capacity building 3 , 90 , 100 , 106
casualization 183
catastrophe theory 172
change:
multi-level approach to 89 ;
transformation/transformative 32 , 35 -8, 52 , 91 ;
see also systemic change
change and development:
just-in time approach 13 , 96 -7, 100 -1;
just-in-case approach 101
change management 3 , 79 , 90 , 93
coaching 36 , 94 , 100 -3, 173 ;
one to one 94 , 100 -3;
peer 82 , 97
collaboration/collaborative:
communities of practice 17 , 19 , 22 -3;
culture 95 ;
education development 51 , 53 -4, 58 , 66 , 86 , 94 -5, 101 , 105 -6, 111 ;
projects 170 -1, 174 ;
see education development;
professional development
collegial governance 105
commercial publishing 8
communications and information technology (C&IT) 18 - 20 , 177
communities/community (of):
learning 2 , 51 , 53 , 65 , 70 ;
practice 54 , 60 , 70 , 167 , 170 ;
scholars 9 , 11 , 70
competitive environment 11
complementarity of management and leadership 91
complexity theory 173
conceptual frameworks 4 , 93 , 168 -70, 174 -5
constructivist 43
consultant:
coach 94 , 96 -9;
education developer as 64 , 66 , 94 - 101 , 103

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