Posttenure Faculty Development: Building a System for Faculty Improvement and Appreciation

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Executive Summary iii
  • Contents ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Why Is Development of Tenured Faculty a Concern? 1
  • How Has Higher Education Responded to This Concern? 21
  • Posttenure Faculty Development in Action 45
  • Designing Development Programs for Tenured Faculty 65
  • Conclusion 87
  • Appendix A: Resources for Faculty Development 91
  • Appendix B: Nuprof Program at the University of Nebraska–lincoln 97
  • Appendix C: Sample Guidelines for a Faculty Development Plan 101
  • References 103
  • Index 115
  • Ashe-Eric Higher Education Reports 123
  • Advisory Board 125
  • Consulting Editors 127
  • Review Panel 129
  • Recent Titles 131
  • Back Issue/Subscription Order Form 134
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