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Pod Network 1980 Conference Restaurant Guide, Steve Scholl Oct 1980

Pod Network 1980 Conference Restaurant Guide, Steve Scholl

POD Network Conference Materials

San Francisco

Berkeley / Oakland / Kensington

Sunday Brunch


Pod Directory Supplement '79-80 Aug 1980

Pod Directory Supplement '79-80

POD Network Conference Materials

Directory

Address Changes


Questions And Instructional Development, Joseph J. Durzo, Cathy A. Rodgers, Virginia Percy Jul 1980

Questions And Instructional Development, Joseph J. Durzo, Cathy A. Rodgers, Virginia Percy

POD Network Conference Materials

Questions Designed to Release Creative Energy and Remove Constraints

Questions Designed to Promote Clarification and Focusing


Farm, Ranch And Home Quarterly Institute Of Agriculture And Natural Resources, University Of Nebraska- Lincoln Jul 1980

Farm, Ranch And Home Quarterly Institute Of Agriculture And Natural Resources, University Of Nebraska- Lincoln

Farm, Ranch and Home Quarterly

In this issue:

Facilities, Staff Benefit State......................... 2

Questions and Answers On Divorce....................... 3

Hassle-Free Guide to a Better Diet-Five Groups Aid in Wise Food Choices....................... 7

Enders Reservoir-Inflow Decline Poses Problem................ 8

Research Digest............................. 10

WEEDS-Identification Aids in Control ................... 12

1920-1980-60 Years of Tractor Testing ................... 14

Waste Recycling-A' Mountain' of Resources for Soil Improvement...................................... 18

Curriculum-Decision Making in Education........................ 22

New Directions in Research .............................. 24


Listing Of Membership Research And Resources Jul 1980

Listing Of Membership Research And Resources

POD Network Conference Materials

Introduction, by LuAnn Wilkerson

Publications, Unpublished Documents, and Myself as a Resource:

Adult Education, Administrative Development, Educational Technology, Faculty Development - General, Faculty Development in Specific Discipline, Health Professions Education, Instructional Development, General Education, Organizational Development, Program Evaluation and Needs Assessment, Research Design, Student Development and Retention, Teaching Assistant Training, Teaching Evaluation, Teaching - Skills and Methods, Other

Research in Progress:

Administrative Evaluation and Development, Change, Innovation and Dissemination, Faculty Development Programs, Instructional Development, Needs Assessment, Retention of Students, Student Styles of Learning, Student Ratings of Instruction, Teaching - Faculty View and Attitudes, Teaching Methods, Medical Education, Other

Useful Resources

Peter Seldin, Successful ...


Focusing Faculty Development: Targeting, John Sharpham, Lanny Morreau Jul 1980

Focusing Faculty Development: Targeting, John Sharpham, Lanny Morreau

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Faculty development programs usually provide a variety of services for interested faculty. Much of what is provided is stressed as a service, available on a walk-in, voluntary basis, and tends to be focused on the university faculty as a whole. This approach requires the faculty to be initiators, asking them to avail themselves of the services available, and therefore supports active, self-motivated teachers. Centra's findings on faculty development practices underlined this when he identified "... teachers who wanted to get better" as the group "most involved, while those needed improvement were seen as least involved" (1976, p. 29).

Also, the ...


Guidelines And Strategies For Conducting Meetings, Joan North Jul 1980

Guidelines And Strategies For Conducting Meetings, Joan North

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

The phrase, "We've got to stop meeting like this" is taking on new meaning in higher education as colleges and universities experiencing tighter budgets search for new ways to increase productivity, reduce costs and, as always, raise morale. Traditional collegial governance has in common with newer unionized approaches to decision making one especially notable characteristic-the need for meetings and committees. A conservative estimate of a person spending five hours in meetings per week would add up to 10,400 meeting hours in that person's lifetime. Higher education is probably responsible for more than its share of the 11 ...


Membership News And Information, Summer 1980 Jul 1980

Membership News And Information, Summer 1980

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Faculty / Instructional / Professional Development Job Availability Jul 1980

Faculty / Instructional / Professional Development Job Availability

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Book Reviews, Summer 1980 Jul 1980

Book Reviews, Summer 1980

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Administrator Evaluation: Concepts, Methods, Cases in Higher Education by Charles H. Farmer, reviewed by Ronald K. Boyer

College Professoring, or, Through Academia With Gun and Camera by Oliver P. Kolstoe, reviewed by Ralph F. Darr

Lecturing and Explaining by George Brown, reviewed by Elizabeth Klemer Hruska


Questions And Answers And Informational Exchange (Summer 1980) Jul 1980

Questions And Answers And Informational Exchange (Summer 1980)

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

1. Information Available on A Project to Aid Departmental Lectures in the Correlated Pathology Course in Self-Assissment of Their Teaching Skills Via Videotape

2. Information Available on Understanding and Managing Stress

3. Information Available on A Slide-Tape Presentation Produced by the Association of American Publishers Entitled "An Author's Guide to Academic Publishing," and a Pamphlet for Faculty on Teaching the Handicapped

4. Information Available on The Film, "College Can Be Killing," which Deals with Student Suicide at Northwestern University and the University of Wisconsin

5. Information Available on Needs and Concerns of Students New to Campus Life and Those ...


Executive Director's Message, Summer 1980, Lance C. Buhl Jul 1980

Executive Director's Message, Summer 1980, Lance C. Buhl

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

It is just a week after the conclusion of a day and a half semi-annual Core Committee meeting as I write this message. I'm drawn to reflect again on the values that make POD something special for me. Core Committee meetings provide the grist. In particular, my thoughts swarm around the kind of decisionmaking process we've agreed to observe. Instead of opting for majority rule, or expert dominance, or some such crystalline process, we opted for the consensus model. I said my thoughts swarm. And so they do, as what follows below reveals clearly. Forgive the whimsy. Think ...


Letters To The Editor Jul 1980

Letters To The Editor

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

To The Editor by Stephen C. Scholl and Joan North

Stevens and Marquette Reply: Dear Editor by R. Penny Marquette and George E. Stevens


General News: Pod's New Core Committee Members Jul 1980

General News: Pod's New Core Committee Members

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Editorial Information, Summer 1980 Jul 1980

Editorial Information, Summer 1980

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

POD Quarterly is a publication of the Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education. POD is an association of people bound together by an interest in improving higher education through faculty, instructional, and organizational development activities and programs. The Network was created in 1976 so that those who share common interests and concerns could exchange information, ideas, and resources; enhance professional skills; debate issues and strategies; and contemplate and plan for the future. The POD Quarterly is designed to further those aims through refereed articles about professional, organizational, and instructional development practice and research. It will also include ...


Editor's Message, Summer 1980, Glenn F. Nyre Jul 1980

Editor's Message, Summer 1980, Glenn F. Nyre

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Six issues of the POD Quarterly now adorn the bookshelves of those enlightened individuals and far-sighted librarians who have subscribed since its beginning. More people and institutions are subscribing every week, and I would like to call to the attention of new subscribers the fact that back issues are available at the single-copy price indicated on the inside of the front cover. Also, I receive many letters from well-meaning individuals who have circulated their copies among colleagues and found that the Quarterly seldom comes full circuit, presumably because of its intrinsic value. In addition to offering these people an opportunity ...


Pod Quarterly: The Journal Of The Professional And Organizational Development Network In Higher Education (Summer 1980) Jul 1980

Pod Quarterly: The Journal Of The Professional And Organizational Development Network In Higher Education (Summer 1980)

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Cover Page

Contents Page includes Editorial, Articles, Membership News and Information, Book Reviews.


Contributors, Summer 1980 Jul 1980

Contributors, Summer 1980

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Pod Officers And Committee Heads, Summer 1980 Jul 1980

Pod Officers And Committee Heads, Summer 1980

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Executive Director

Executive Committee

Core Committee

Treasurer

Professional Relations Committee

Research Committee

Task Force on Membership

Evaluation Committee

1980 Conference Planning Committee

POD Quarterly Editorial Board

Regional Representatives


Calendar Of Events, Summer 1980 Jul 1980

Calendar Of Events, Summer 1980

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


The Section Of Mammals Of Carnegie Museum Of Natural History, Hugh H. Genoways, Duane A. Schlitter Jun 1980

The Section Of Mammals Of Carnegie Museum Of Natural History, Hugh H. Genoways, Duane A. Schlitter

Mammalogy Papers: University of Nebraska State Museum

The Section of Mammals at Carnegie Museum of Natural History is responsible for the care of the collections of Recent mammals, and research on these collections. "Recent mammals?!" The capitalized word "Recent" refers to the geological time period since the last ice age (about 10,000 years ago) until the present time. Mammals are that group of animals characterized by the presence of hair at least during some time of their lives, warm blood, and the production of milk. Therefore, our work really involves living mammals with which everyone is familiar; however, our work also does include study of such ...


Pod Network News, April 14, 1980, Lance C. Buhl Apr 1980

Pod Network News, April 14, 1980, Lance C. Buhl

POD Network News

1. 1980 Annual Meeting

2. Membership

3. Core Committee Departures and Arrivals

4. Core Committee Meeting Results

5. POD Quarterly

6. Regional Meetings

1980 Conference Materials


Farm, Ranch And Home Quarterly Institute Of Agriculture And Natural Resources, University Of Nebraska- Lincoln Apr 1980

Farm, Ranch And Home Quarterly Institute Of Agriculture And Natural Resources, University Of Nebraska- Lincoln

Farm, Ranch and Home Quarterly

In this issue:

IANR Energy Concerns..................... 2

Rust, Leaf Spot- Winter Wheat's Costly Foe..................... 3

The Swift Fox- An Endangered Species.................... 6

The Role of Women in Public Affairs..................... 8

Soybean Applicators- New Weapons Against Weeds................ 10

Close-up- Roller Herbicide Applicator................... 12

Research Digest.................. 14

Human Development and the Family- A Career to Touch All Ages, Areas of Family Life................... 16

Land Use- Nebraska's Changing Profile..................... 18

Energy Management- Best Weapons Against Rising Fuel Costs...................... 22


Evaluation Designs, Clare Rose Apr 1980

Evaluation Designs, Clare Rose

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

The evaluation models described in previous issues of the Quarterly represent some of the major paradigms of educational program evaluation; they have been used to guide many evaluations and they have influenced the thinking of many practicing evaluators. Models provide a broad base for designing evaluation activities by offering a framework and conceptualization that guides both the focus of the evaluator and the orientation of the evaluation. But models do not provide strategies for implementation. Guidelines are provided by the design, which establishes the conditions and procedures for collecting the data required to answer the questions of concern. The design ...


Guidelines For Successful Evaluation Programs, Peter Seldin Apr 1980

Guidelines For Successful Evaluation Programs, Peter Seldin

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

In recent years, it has become as commonplace in American colleges and universities for students to grade professors as for professors to grade students. Despite the impressive growth of student evaluations, controversy over their use continues without letup. Unfortunately, it has been exacerbated by the not infrequent misuse of student feedback. To facilitate more appropriate and equitable use of student evaluation, this paper will present specific strategy suggestions and general guidelines to help implement and maintain successful programs.


Faculty Development: The Personal Odyssey Of A Young Faculty Member, Michael Eric Siegel Apr 1980

Faculty Development: The Personal Odyssey Of A Young Faculty Member, Michael Eric Siegel

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

During the 1960's, there was a good deal of concern about college students. Brought up and socialized in a peaceful, prosperous era, showered with love and affection by their parents, and provided with the finest education and life-style that money could buy, American youth experienced a series of shocks when they confronted the unfortunate realities of their own society (prejudice, inequality, etc.), and the seemingly brutal conduct of that society toward other societies (the Vietnam War). Students responded to these shocks passionately, rejecting the values of their parents, dreaming of a more harmonious world, and challenging their educational institutions ...


Using A Content / Behavior Matrix In The Instructional Planning Process, Michael Koffman Apr 1980

Using A Content / Behavior Matrix In The Instructional Planning Process, Michael Koffman

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Instruction is more likely to be successful when the instructor is clear about his/her goals. Upon this axiom, a large number of instructional practices are based. One derivative of this axiom is the following: instruction is more likely to be efficient and effective when the instructor can state his/her instructional goals in clear behavioral objectives. To further clarify the instructor's goals, one might undertake a task analysis, job analysis, content analysis, an analysis of competencies, a needs analysis and/or a learning hierarchy. The results of such "front-end" analyses are usually displayed in the form of page ...


General News Apr 1980

General News

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Membership News And Information, Spring 1980 Apr 1980

Membership News And Information, Spring 1980

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Book Reviews, Spring 1980 Apr 1980

Book Reviews, Spring 1980

POD Quarterly: The Journal of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

The Scientific Basis of the Art of Teaching by N. L. Gage, reviewed by Charles A. Goldsmid

Toward a Methodology of Naturalistic Inquiry in Educational Evaluation by Egon Guba, reviewed by Lance C. Buhl