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ERIC Number: ED269091
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Pages: 125
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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The Journal of Staff, Program, & Organization Development, Volume 1, Numbers 1-4, 1983.
Watts, Gordon E., Ed.
Journal of Staff, Program & Organization Development, v1 n1-4 1983
Designed as a forum for the exchange of practical and theoretical information regarding all aspects of personal, professional, and institutional development in postsecondary education, this journal contains articles, announcements, and resource reviews. The first issue of 1983 includes the following articles: "Institutionalizing Staff, Program and Organization Development," by Roland Terrell; "From Staff to Strategically Focused Institutional Development... A Future for SPD," by Philip R. Day, Jr.; "The Educational Effectiveness Inventory," by Barton R. Herrscher; "Evaluating Part-Time Faculty Performance," by Jim Hammons and Gordon Watts; and "20 Tips for Staff Development Programmers," by Roger Worsley. The second issue presents "In Praise of Fewer Administrators," by Donald D. Nichols and William H. Stuart; "What Makes Part-Timers Tick?" by Patricia Craig Brams; "The Staff Development Program: An Institutional Resource for Program Evaluation," by Timothy Nolan; and "Assessing and Responding to the Needs of Teaching Assistants," by Al Smith and Susan Goodale. The third issue contains "Participation: The Key Ingredient in Developing Acceptable Student Rating Instruments," by Larry E. Short; "Reductions in Force in Higher Education," by Hans Andrews and Bruce Mackey; "Practices in Evaluation of Faculty Development Programs: A Survey of California Institutions of Higher Education," by June Belker; and "The Time to Institutionalize SPOD is NOW!" by Don C. Garrison. The final issue of the volume includes "Increasing Student Success Early in the Semester," by Rick Ginsberg and John Easton; "Making Inservice Easy, Excellent, and Accessible," by James L. Ratcliff; "Cooperation & Conflict in Planning Urban School-System/University Projects," by Robert W. Maloy; and "Awarding Faculty Merit Based on Higher-Level Needs," by Hans Andrews and William Marzano. (RO)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
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