ERIC Number: ED372185
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
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Toward the 21st Century: Preparing Proactive Visionary Transformational Leaders for Building Learning Communities. Human Resource Development. Phoenix Cluster.
Groff, Warren H.
This document describes the human resources development (HRD) seminar that has been part of Nova University's nontraditional practitioner-oriented, problem-solving, field-based doctoral program in higher education since 1990. Discussed first are HRD in the agricultural and business industrial eras and changing HRD practices/needs in the context of cognitive synapses and electronic networks. An overview of Nova University's programs for higher education and HRD, descriptions of the Phoenix Cluster HRD seminar's three sessions, and the conceptual framework of Nova University's program to create high-performance learners and leaders are presented next. A 33-item bibliography is included. Appendixes constituting approximately 80% of this document include seminar instructions/assignments and supplemental materials, instructional support materials, sample HRD vision and action plans, and the following seminar papers: "CAE-LINK Training Operations Strategic Action Plan" (Steven J. Tourville); "Central Training Academy Human Resources Department Plan of Action" (James R. Frazier); "Creation of Functional and Discipline Specific Remote Computer Labs for the Implementation of Computing and Information Technology across the Curriculum at Chandler-Gilbert Community College" (Wayne G. Gautreau); and "Action Plan towards Development and Implementation of an Interactive, Multimedia Computer Program (Karen E. Hoblit). (MN)
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Uses in Education, Curriculum Development, Doctoral Programs, Educational Practices, Futures (of Society), Higher Education, Labor Force Development, Leadership Training, Seminars, Strategic Planning, Technological Literacy, Training Methods, Vocational Education
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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