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ERIC Number: ED067040
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 200
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Doenges, Byron F., Ed.
This document comprises 16 papers that were presented at the Pacific Northwest Conference on Higher Education in the fall of 1970. The primary focus of the conference was on accountability in all areas of higher education, from administration to student achievement. The papers are organized into four major categories. Beginning with (1) expectations as enunciated by representatives of the public, the legislature, the boards of trustees, and the parents; (2) aspirations of college faculty and administrators for the success of their contributions; (3) evaluation of the results of those contributions in meeting those expectations; and (4) accounting for resources expended. Management and information systems for more careful planning have been developed so that college and university administrators might report to those who financially support their efforts to indicate to them that they are doing everything possible to cut costs and effectively utilize resources. (HS)
Oregon State University Press, P.O. Box 689, Corvallis, Oregon 97330 ($3.00)
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Note: Proceedings of the Annual Pacific Northwest Conference on Higher Education (33rd, Salem, Oregon, July 21-23, 1971)