Planning and Assessment in Higher Education: Demonstrating Institutional Effectiveness

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Wiley, Oct 30, 2009 - Education - 256 pages
Planning and Assessment in Higher Education provides guidance for assessing and promoting institutional effectiveness. The book contains a wide range of issues, from measures of effectiveness to communicating with the public. Written by an expert in the field, with titles such as the Assistant VP for Institutional Research and Planning, director of national costs of instruction research project, as well as the Vice Chair of an accreditation agency, this is an essential resource for university leaders for achieving institutional effectiveness.

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There is a gradual shift occuring in regional accreditation. The shift is moving away from measuring teacher effectiveness to student learning. That means that faculty must more carefully align ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Michael F. Middaugh is associate provost for institutional effectiveness at the University of Delaware, and commissioner and vice chair of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. He is a past president of the Association for Institutional Research and the Society for College and University Planning and the author of Understanding Faculty Productivity from Jossey-Bass.

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