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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jeffrey L Buller
|Description:||xiv, 256 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||<p>The Author ix <p>Introduction and Acknowledgments xi <p>Part One: The Fundamental Goals of Review and Evaluation 1 <p>1 Th e Accountability Culture in Higher Education 3 <p>2 Best Practices in All Forms of Review and Evaluation 23 <p>3 Oral and Written Reviews and Evaluations 43 <p>Part Two: Primarily Formative Review and Evaluation 65 <p>4 Annual Performance Appraisals and Evaluations 67 <p>5 Probationary Period Pretenure Reviews 89 <p>6 Posttenure Review 109 <p>Part Three: Summative Review and Evaluation 129 <p>7 Merit Evaluations 131 <p>8 Tenure Evaluations 151 <p>9 Promotion Evaluations 173 <p>Part Four: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Review and Evaluation 191 <p>10 The Arreola Model 193 <p>11 The Seldin Model 215 <p>12 Incorporating Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches into an Integrated Process 229 <p>Index 249|
|Series Title:||Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series.|
|Responsibility:||Jeffrey L. Buller.|
Jeffrey L. Buller's newest book is designed to help department chairs, deans, and members of evaluation committees by showing them what they need to know and do when participating in faculty reviews and evaluations. The book shows how to apply the information about performance and convey clear messages about priorities.
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