ERIC Number: ED352084
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1990
Reference Count: N/A
Exemplary Practices in Staff and Program Development.
Giroux, Roy F., Ed.; Mezei, Katherine E., Ed.
In June 1988, the heads of Staff Development of each institution of the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology were invited to submit brief descriptions of 5 to 10 outstanding programs or practices designed to develop human resources within the college. This directory of exemplary practice provides a selection of the colleges' submissions. After a brief introduction that emphasizes the importance of both sharing and celebrating effective and innovative practices in a time of dwindling resources, descriptions, and a contact person, are presented for the following: (1) exemplary programs and practices for student retention, including retention strategies, and activities fostering student success and articulation; (2) exemplary practices in faculty and staff development, including programs for part-time teacher's, mentoring, employee recognition, employment equity, sabbaticals and retirement, curriculum development, and support staff; (3) exemplary practices that serve non-traditional clientele, including special needs, native, Francophone, and international students; (4) exemplary practices in management and organizational development, including training for academic leaders, strategic planning, and research and development, and fundraising for human resource development; (5) exemplary partnerships with business, industry, and community, including service contracts and externships; and (6) exemplary practices in computer applications, including computers uses in staff development, program-specific uses, partnerships with industry, and innovations in instructional delivery. A list of submissions by chapter is included. (MAB)
Descriptors: Affirmative Action, Articulation (Education), College Administration, College Faculty, College Programs, Computer Uses in Education, Cooperative Programs, Demonstration Programs, Educational Change, Educational Innovation, Faculty Development, Foreign Countries, Program Descriptions, Program Development, School Business Relationship, Special Needs Students, Staff Development, Student Personnel Workers, Two Year Colleges
The Association of Colleges of Ontario, 55 Spring Garden Ave., North York, Ontario M2N 3G1, Canada ($12.50 Canadian).
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Directories/Catalogs; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities, Toronto.; Ontario Council of Regents, Toronto.
Authoring Institution: Association of Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology of Ontario, North York.