Engaging communities as scholarship

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St Hill, Rod. 2005. "Engaging communities as scholarship." 2005 Australian Universities Quality Forum: Engaging Communities. Sydney, Australia 06 - 08 Jul 2005 Melbourne, Australia.
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Engaging communities as scholarship

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AuthorSt Hill, Rod
Journal or Proceedings TitleProceedings of the 2005 Australian Universities Quality Forum: Engaging Communities
Number of Pages4
Year2005
Place of PublicationMelbourne, Australia
ISBN1877090425
Web Address (URL) of Paperhttp://www.auqa.edu.au/qualityenhancement/publications/occasional/publications/index.shtml
Conference/Event2005 Australian Universities Quality Forum: Engaging Communities
Event Details
2005 Australian Universities Quality Forum: Engaging Communities
Event Date
06 to end of 08 Jul 2005
Event Location
Sydney, Australia
Abstract

The contemporary university in Australia publicly states a commitment to engaging communities, yet engagement is not often seen as a core activity of academics. This paper suggests that engagement should be regarded as a form of scholarship that should be added to the four types of scholarship identified by Ernest Boyer. The paper also suggests some measurements for quality audit purposes.

KeywordsAustalia; Australian; universities; communities; scholarship; Ernest Boyer
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390303. Higher education
390403. Educational administration, management and leadership
470108. Organisational, interpersonal and intercultural communication
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