The academic career handbook
Open University Press, 1998 - Business & Economics - 230 pages
Given the current emphasis being placed upon strengthening academic staff development, this handbook offers guidance on the craft of performing five key tasks - networking, teaching, researching, writing and managing. Additionally, pressures such as getting published, networking skills, obtaining research funding, principles of teaching and assessment, and seeking promotion are discussed.
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STARTING AN ACADEMIC CAREER
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