Engaging faculty in the assessment process: recruiting missionaries and cheerleaders

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Newman, Tara. 2010. "Engaging faculty in the assessment process: recruiting missionaries and cheerleaders." Journal of Academic Administration in Higher Education. 6 (2), pp. 9-14.
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Engaging faculty in the assessment process: recruiting missionaries and cheerleaders

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AuthorNewman, Tara
Journal TitleJournal of Academic Administration in Higher Education
Journal Citation6 (2), pp. 9-14
Number of Pages5
Year2010
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Overwhelmingly, administrators are being faced with faculty resistance to assessment efforts. We must begin to ask ourselves why such resistance exists and how it can be overcome. This article will explore these questions and propose a shift in the way that administrators approach assessment with faculty. Similarly, it will address strategies that can expand faculty buy-in of the necessity of assessment and thereby increase overall institutional effectiveness.

ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390303. Higher education
390403. Educational administration, management and leadership
Byline AffiliationsLearning and Teaching Support Unit
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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