ERIC Number: ED152155
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
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Innovation and Productivity in Higher Education.
Tuma, David T., Ed.
A concern shared by private and public institutions of higher education in the United States is how to provide quality education at reduced cost, in the face of rising expenses, changing social values, and falling enrollments. A compilation of essays by innovators in college-level instruction deals with this topic by addressing: general issues and concerns (R.M. Cyert, R.J. Kibbee, R.W. Tyler); hardware (technology) (A.S. Melmed, H.J. Brudner, B.A. Sherwood, A.N. Salisbury, K.F. Johnson, Jeanne Bamberger, Alfred Bork); software (methodologies) (T.P. Torda, J.G. Sherman, Frederick Reif, R.E. Bolz, F.G. Young, G.L. Thompson, Grady McGonagill); evaluation (George Semb, J.J. Lagowski, K.C. Cohen, W.E. Geeslin, A.N. Penna); and future activities (M.E. Church, P.E. deJanosi, Edwin Fenton). (MSE)
Descriptors: College Instruction, Educational Innovation, Educational Quality, Educational Technology, Evaluation, Futures (of Society), Higher Education, Instructional Innovation, Productivity
San Francisco Press, 547 Howard Street, San Francisco, California 94105 ($16.00)
Publication Type: Books
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