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Braxton, John M.; Ream, Todd C. – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
This chapter describes the enactment of three levels of a scholarship of practice for higher education. The stewardship played by each of these levels constitutes the central focus of this chapter.
Descriptors: Higher Education, Scholarship, Educational Practices, Program Descriptions
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Hirschy, Amy S.; Wilson, Maureen E. – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
Through professional associations and graduate preparation programs, members of the student affairs profession identify, communicate, and reinforce professional standards to promote the scholarship of practice.
Descriptors: Scholarship, Student Personnel Services, Educational Practices, Professional Associations
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Lyken-Segosebe, Dawn – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
This chapter examines how the scholarship of practice is being used within applied disciplines and offers recommendations for colleges and universities regarding the implementation of the scholarship of practice for the discipline of higher education.
Descriptors: Scholarship, Educational Practices, Intellectual Disciplines, Higher Education
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Kramer, Jenna W.; Braxton, John M. – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
The scholarship of practice consists of three levels. This chapter describes progress toward the attainment of these levels using the types of professional knowledge published in the core journals of higher education.
Descriptors: Scholarship, Higher Education, Periodicals, Knowledge Level
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Wilson, Maureen E.; Hirschy, Amy S. – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
Models for applying scholarship to practice provide guidance to administrators who are informed by research to address very complex problems.
Descriptors: Models, Scholarship, Theory Practice Relationship, Guidance
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Kinzie, Jillian – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
The chapter considers student engagement to discuss the use of assessment evidence to advance evidence-based practice and to illustrate a scholarship of practice.
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Educational Assessment, Evidence, Evidence Based Practice
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Wells, Cynthia A. – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
This chapter will construct a prototype of a scholarship of practice through specific application to general education. The chapter includes specific illustrations and potential challenges for such an endeavor.
Descriptors: Scholarship, General Education, Models, Educational Practices
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McDaniels, Melissa; Skogsberg, Erik – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
In this chapter we call for immediate action to prepare more dynamic transdisciplinary professionals by leveraging the scholarship of practice. Transdisciplinary refers to contexts both inside and outside of the academy where today's doctoral students will work.
Descriptors: Scholarship, Interdisciplinary Approach, Graduate Students
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Bernstein-Sierra, Samantha – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
This chapter explores the theoretical assumptions underlying both the IP system and its counternarrative, academic openness, to encourage stakeholders to look beyond extremes as depicted in political rhetoric, and find a compromise consistent with the common mission of faculty, universities, and publishers.
Descriptors: Politics of Education, Rhetoric, Educational Objectives, College Faculty
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Badke, Lara K. – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
A complete discussion of intellectual property (IP), faculty rights, and the public good requires a thorough framing of higher education's legal context, from which the rise of legalistic criteria (or legalization) and current IP regime have grown.
Descriptors: Higher Education, Legal Problems, Intellectual Property, Teacher Rights
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Ahmadi, Shafiqa – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
Ownership of traditional courseware is vested in the faculty. In the digital forum, however, under the Copyright Act of 1976, case law, and institutional policy ownership may be vested in the institution.
Descriptors: Teacher Rights, Intellectual Property, Copyrights, Courseware
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Kleinman, Molly – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
This chapter provides a history of the scholarly publishing system, and explains how it has evolved to benefit corporate publishers to the detriment of faculty, universities, and the public. It offers the open access movement as a potential remedy for the publishing crisis, and the policy environment surrounding these new forms of communication.
Descriptors: Teacher Rights, Intellectual Property, Scholarship, Writing for Publication
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Rhoades, Gary – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
This chapter analyzes collective bargaining agreements in 4-year institutions of higher education, examining language surrounding ownership, use, and distribution of the proceeds of intellectual property in distance education, and identifying ways in which the public good can be, and occasionally is, built in to contractual provisions.
Descriptors: Higher Education, Undergraduate Study, Intellectual Property, Collective Bargaining
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Hentschke, Guilbert C. – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
This chapter describes the protectionist and access functions of intellectual property for the teaching and research work of university faculty. The degree to which an individual piece of IP is protected or made accessible to others depends in large measure on its market-related characteristics, including costs of production, availability of…
Descriptors: Intellectual Property, College Faculty, Teacher Researchers, Legal Responsibility
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Kezar, Adrianna – New Directions for Higher Education, 2017
This chapter synthesizes the previous chapters to offer to readers practical recommendations for navigating IP issues, including resources and advice for faculty and administrations to engage in more equitable discussions about the rights of faculty and the interests of the public good.
Descriptors: Teacher Rights, Intellectual Property, Guidelines
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