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Ua11/1 Echo, December, Wku Public Affairs Dec 2004

Ua11/1 Echo, December, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

A born digital magazine once delivered over the internet was a continuation of the Echo publication.


Ua35/1 Doers & Deeds, Volume 3, Issue 2, Wku Provost Nov 2004

Ua35/1 Doers & Deeds, Volume 3, Issue 2, Wku Provost

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter created by the WKU Provost & Vice President of Academic Affairs to highlight the activities of faculty, staff and alumni.


2004-2005 Faculty, Cedarville University Oct 2004

2004-2005 Faculty, Cedarville University

Cedarville University Faculty

No abstract provided.


Ua61/4 Linkages, Wku Consumer & Family Sciences Oct 2004

Ua61/4 Linkages, Wku Consumer & Family Sciences

WKU Archives Records

Linkages is the official alumni newsletter of the WKU Department of Consumer & Family Sciences.


New Faculty, 2004-2005, Cedarville University Oct 2004

New Faculty, 2004-2005, Cedarville University

New Faculty Brochures

No abstract provided.


Assessing Student Exposure To And Use Of Computer Technologies Through An Examination Of Course Syllabi, Michael B. Madson, Timothy P. Melchert, Joan Whipp Oct 2004

Assessing Student Exposure To And Use Of Computer Technologies Through An Examination Of Course Syllabi, Michael B. Madson, Timothy P. Melchert, Joan Whipp

College of Education Faculty Research and Publications

A syllabus analysis instrument was developed to assist program evaluators, administrators and faculty in the identification of skills that students use as they complete their college coursework. While this instrument can be tailored for use with a variety of learning domains, we used it to assess students' use of and exposure to computer technology skills. The reliability and validity of the instrument was examined through an analysis of 88 syllabi from courses within the teacher education program and the core curriculum at a private Midwest US university. Results indicate that the instrument has good inter‐rater reliability and ratings by ...


Ua11/1 Echo, October, Wku Public Affairs Oct 2004

Ua11/1 Echo, October, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

A born digital magazine once delivered over the internet was a continuation of the Echo publication.


Ua35/1 Doers & Deeds, Volume 3, Issue 1, Wku Provost Sep 2004

Ua35/1 Doers & Deeds, Volume 3, Issue 1, Wku Provost

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter created by the WKU Provost & Vice President of Academic Affairs to highlight the activities of faculty, staff and alumni.


Ua11/1 Echo, September, Wku Public Affairs Sep 2004

Ua11/1 Echo, September, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

A born digital magazine once delivered over the internet was a continuation of the Echo publication.


Ua11/1 Echo, August, Wku Public Affairs Aug 2004

Ua11/1 Echo, August, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

A born digital magazine once delivered over the internet was a continuation of the Echo publication.


Financial Forces And The Future Of American Higher Education, Ronald G. Ehrenberg, Michael J. Rizzo Jul 2004

Financial Forces And The Future Of American Higher Education, Ronald G. Ehrenberg, Michael J. Rizzo

Articles and Chapters

Recent shifts in state funding are altering the most basic realities of American higher education, from student access to faculty research.


Ua11/1 Echo, June, Wku Public Affairs Jun 2004

Ua11/1 Echo, June, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

A born digital magazine once delivered over the internet was a continuation of the Echo publication.


Academic Freedom And The Research University, Richard Atkinson May 2004

Academic Freedom And The Research University, Richard Atkinson

Richard Atkinson

The article argues that the principles upon which academic freedom is founded must be elaborated and modified in ways that are relevant to the responsibilities and circumstances of today's universities. The article elucidates the UC's new statement on academic freedom, which honors the long history and tradition of the principles of academic freedom, but also breaks new ground in that it explicitly recognizes the means of maintaining those freedoms. The new policy affirms the principle that faculty conduct will be assessed in reference to academic values and professional norms, an inherently broad and flexible standard that is properly ...


The Underrepresentation Of Minority Faculty In Higher Education: Panel Discussion, John Brooks Slaughter, Ronald G. Ehrenberg, Eric Hanushek May 2004

The Underrepresentation Of Minority Faculty In Higher Education: Panel Discussion, John Brooks Slaughter, Ronald G. Ehrenberg, Eric Hanushek

Articles and Chapters

[Excerpt] The 3 July 2002 issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education described the matter we are discussing today in these words: "Taken together. African-Americans and persons of Hispanic origin represent only 8 percent of full-time faculty nation-wide, and while 5 percent are African-American, half of them work at historically black institutions. The proportion of black faculty members at white institutions is 2.3 percent, virtually the same as it was 20 years ago."

We are privileged to have the opportunity to explore this issue from two different perspectives. The first contends that unless major changes occur, the number of ...


Ua11/1 Echo, May, Wku Public Affairs May 2004

Ua11/1 Echo, May, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

A born digital magazine once delivered over the internet was a continuation of the Echo publication.


Salary Compression: What Is The Administration Doing (Or Planning To Do) To Address The Problem Of Salary Compression?, Richard Flynn Apr 2004

Salary Compression: What Is The Administration Doing (Or Planning To Do) To Address The Problem Of Salary Compression?, Richard Flynn

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Ua35/1 Doers & Deeds, Volume 2, Issue 4, Wku Provost Apr 2004

Ua35/1 Doers & Deeds, Volume 2, Issue 4, Wku Provost

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter created by the WKU Provost & Vice President of Academic Affairs to highlight the activities of faculty, staff and alumni.


Ua11/1 Echo, April, Wku Public Affairs Apr 2004

Ua11/1 Echo, April, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

A born digital magazine once delivered over the internet was a continuation of the Echo publication.


The Relationship Of Computer Skills On The Levels Of Technostress Among Faculty And Academic Librarians From Selected Institutions From Within The University System Of Georgia, Sonya Shepherd Mar 2004

The Relationship Of Computer Skills On The Levels Of Technostress Among Faculty And Academic Librarians From Selected Institutions From Within The University System Of Georgia, Sonya Shepherd

Sonya S. Gaither

No abstract provided.


Ua11/1 Echo, March, Wku Public Affairs Mar 2004

Ua11/1 Echo, March, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

A born digital magazine once delivered over the internet was a continuation of the Echo publication.


Ua35/1 Doers & Deeds, Volume 2, Issue 2, Wku Provost Feb 2004

Ua35/1 Doers & Deeds, Volume 2, Issue 2, Wku Provost

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter created by the WKU Provost & Vice President of Academic Affairs to highlight the activities of faculty, staff and alumni.


Ua11/1 Echo, February, Wku Public Affairs Feb 2004

Ua11/1 Echo, February, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

A born digital magazine once delivered over the internet was a continuation of the Echo publication.


Su People, Kate Gaetano, Margaret Costello, David Marc, Amy Speach Shires Jan 2004

Su People, Kate Gaetano, Margaret Costello, David Marc, Amy Speach Shires

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Su People, Amy Speach Shires, Tanya Fletcher, Margaret Costello, Rachel Boll, Kate Gaetano, David Marc Jan 2004

Su People, Amy Speach Shires, Tanya Fletcher, Margaret Costello, Rachel Boll, Kate Gaetano, David Marc

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.


Olivet Nazarene University Annual Catalog 2004-2005, Olivet Nazarene University Jan 2004

Olivet Nazarene University Annual Catalog 2004-2005, Olivet Nazarene University

Course Catalogs

No abstract provided.


Piecing Together The Future [Yearbook] 2004, Bridgewater State College Jan 2004

Piecing Together The Future [Yearbook] 2004, Bridgewater State College

Bridgewater State Yearbooks

Annual yearbook published by the students of the Bridgewater State College.


Collective Bargaining In American Higher Education, Ronald G. Ehrenberg, Daniel B. Klaff, Adam T. Kezbom, Matthew P. Nagowski Jan 2004

Collective Bargaining In American Higher Education, Ronald G. Ehrenberg, Daniel B. Klaff, Adam T. Kezbom, Matthew P. Nagowski

Articles and Chapters

[Excerpt] No discussion of governance in higher education would be complete without a consideration of the role of collective bargaining. Historically, most researchers interested in the subject have directed their attention to the unionization of faculty members. Given several recent decisions by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that leave open the possibility that unionization of faculty in private colleges and universities may increase in the future, we discuss collective bargaining for faculty in the first section (Leatherman 2000, A16).

Recently, however, attention has been also directed at the unionization of two other groups in the higher education workforce. Activists ...


A Brief Guide To The Aaup Salary Data, Ronald G. Ehrenberg Jan 2004

A Brief Guide To The Aaup Salary Data, Ronald G. Ehrenberg

Articles and Chapters

[Excerpt] The AAUP data not only document faculty salary levels, but may also play a role in determining future levels. They represent average data for all full-time faculty members at the university, excluding faculty in medical colleges and health sciences. Thus, they can not be used to compare salaries within a discipline across institutions. They have long been used, however, by faculty on budget or finance committees to inform discussions with central administrators regarding the parameters of the next year’s budget (e.g. tuition increases, faculty salary increases, and endowment payout rates). Often, the faculty and administration will agree ...


Ilium 2004, Taylor University Jan 2004

Ilium 2004, Taylor University

Yearbooks

The 2004 yearbook of Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.

Theme: Taylor Made


Lecturer Receptivity To A Major Educational Change In The Context Of Planned Change At Rajabhats In Thailand, Anusak Ketusiri Jan 2004

Lecturer Receptivity To A Major Educational Change In The Context Of Planned Change At Rajabhats In Thailand, Anusak Ketusiri

Theses: Doctorates and Masters

In accordance with the National Education Act of t999, the educational system in Thailand was changed after 1999, the largest educational change in Thailand in 50 years. The achievable aims of the change were divided into eight main aspects covering, primary, secondary and higher education. These were: (1) ensuring access to basic education for all; (2) reform of the curriculum and learning processes; (3) encouraging participation and partnership in education; (4) restructuring of educational administration; (5) enhancing educational standards and quality assurance; (6) reform of teachers; faculty staff, and educational personnel; (7) mobilisation of resources and investment for education; and ...