Self-study Processes: A Guide to Self-evaluation in Higher Education

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Oryx Press, 1995 - Education - 194 pages

The latest edition of Kells's groundbreaking work on deriving the maximum benefit from the self-evaluation process has been extensively rewritten to place a strong emphasis on quality assurance and building a culture of self-regulation within the institution. The author discusses how to design an effective, efficient self-study program to fit each institution's situation as well as how to generate enthusiasm for the process and its potential to improve programs. The book ably demonstrates how the self-study process is applicable not only to the effective management of institutions, but also to satisfying the requirements of the accreditation process.

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Understanding the Context
1 The sequential steps in the management
Attributes of extant national and university

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About the author (1995)

HERBERT R. KELLS is professor emeritus, Rutgers University, and an independent consultant who resides in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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