Unbundling the Issue of Faculty Productivity

Dickeson, Robert C.
October 2012
Planning for Higher Education;Oct-Dec2012, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p75
Academic Journal
The article focuses on unbundling productivity issue of school faculty as a key driver of purpose, cost, and institutional intent in higher education. It mentions the three audiences who need better information on faculty productivity including policy makers, consumers of higher education, and administrators. It discusses the three suggested ways to measure productivity that can be tailored to the specific purposes of an institution which include instruction, research, and service.


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