Academic Initiatives in Total Quality for Higher Education
Harry V. Roberts
ASQC Quality Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Education - 607 pages
This unique compilation of 30 papers, written by academicians in higher education, is the first book of its kind. Each paper conveys various techniques used by the authors in an attempt to improve teaching and learning. This volume is ideal for educators who want to get concrete ideas for ways they can make giant steps toward catching up on the quality movement. You'll be able to reduce academic cycle times by learning how to cut out traditional waste.
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