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An Academic Accomplishment Index For Assessing Faculty Performance
Unformatted Document Text:  13 BIBLIOGRAPHY Braskamp, Larry A. and Ory, John C. (1994). Assessing faculty work. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers. Bukalsky, Peter J. (2000). Guide to faculty advancement: Annual evaluation, promotion and tenure. Edwardsville, IL: Southern Illinois University, University Film and Video Association Monograph No. 7, Millennium Edition. Carr, Sarah (2001). Union publishes guide citing high cost of distance education. Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved August 28, 2002, from http://chronicle.com/weekly/sitesearch.htm. Edwards, Allen L. (1957). Techniques of attitude scale construction. New York, NY; Appleton-Century- Crofts, Inc. Fairweather, James S. (2002). The mythologies of faculty productivity: Implication for institutional policy and decision making. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Columbus, Ohio, Vol. 73 Number. 1, January/ February 2002 pp 15 – 28. Retrieved from WilsonSelectPlus full text, August 28, 2002. Green, Kenneth C. (1998). Colleges struggle with IT planning. (1998 report). Encino, CA: Claremont Graduate University, Center for Educational Studies, The Campus Computing Project. Green, Kenneth C. (1999). The continuing challenge of instructional integration and user support. (1999 report). Encino, CA: Claremont Graduate University, Center for Educational Studies, The Campus Computing Project. Green, Kenneth C. (2000). Struggling with IT staffing. (2000 report). Encino, CA: Claremont Graduate University, Center for Educational Studies, The Campus Computing Project. Green, Kenneth C. (2001). eComnmerce comes slowly to the campus. (2001 report). Encino, CA: Claremont Graduate University, Center for Educational Studies, The Campus Computing Project. Guernsey, L. (1997 ). Scholars who work with technology fear they suffer in tenure reviews. The Chronicle of Higher Education, Vol. 43 No 39, pp A21 – A22. Hattendorf Westney, L.C. (2000). A trivial pursuit? Information technology and the tenure track. Campus-wide Information Systems, Vol. 17 Number 4. pp. 113 – 119. Leslie, David W. (2002). Resolving the dispute: Teaching is Academe’s core value. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Columbus, Ohio, Vol. 73 Number. 1, January/ February 2002 pp 28 – 44. Retrieved from WilsonSelectPlus full text, August 28, 2002. Magner, Denise K. (1997). Report says standards used to evaluate research should also be used for teaching and service. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved August 23, 2002, from http://chronicle.com/weekly/sitesearch.htm Middaugh, Michael F. (2001). Understanding Faculty productivity. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers. Paulson, Karen (2002). Reconfiguring faculty roles for virtual settings. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Columbus, Ohio, Vol. 73 Number. 1, January/ February 2002 pp 77 – 88. Retrieved from WilsonSelectPlus full text, August 28, 2002. Seldin, Peter (1975). How colleges evaluate professors. New York, NY: Blythe-Pennington, Ltd.

Authors: Adams, Jonathan.
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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Braskamp, Larry A. and Ory, John C. (1994). Assessing faculty work. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass
Publishers.

Bukalsky, Peter J. (2000). Guide to faculty advancement: Annual evaluation, promotion and tenure.
Edwardsville, IL: Southern Illinois University, University Film and Video Association Monograph No.
7, Millennium Edition.

Carr, Sarah (2001). Union publishes guide citing high cost of distance education. Chronicle of Higher
Education. Retrieved August 28, 2002, from http://chronicle.com/weekly/sitesearch.htm.

Edwards, Allen L. (1957). Techniques of attitude scale construction. New York, NY; Appleton-Century-
Crofts, Inc.

Fairweather, James S. (2002). The mythologies of faculty productivity: Implication for institutional policy
and decision making. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Columbus, Ohio, Vol. 73 Number. 1,
January/ February 2002 pp 15 – 28. Retrieved from WilsonSelectPlus full text, August 28, 2002.

Green, Kenneth C. (1998). Colleges struggle with IT planning. (1998 report). Encino, CA: Claremont
Graduate University, Center for Educational Studies, The Campus Computing Project.

Green, Kenneth C. (1999). The continuing challenge of instructional integration and user support. (1999
report). Encino, CA: Claremont Graduate University, Center for Educational Studies, The Campus
Computing Project.

Green, Kenneth C. (2000). Struggling with IT staffing. (2000 report). Encino, CA: Claremont Graduate
University, Center for Educational Studies, The Campus Computing Project.

Green, Kenneth C. (2001). eComnmerce comes slowly to the campus. (2001 report). Encino, CA:
Claremont Graduate University, Center for Educational Studies, The Campus Computing Project.
Guernsey, L. (1997 ). Scholars who work with technology fear they suffer in tenure reviews. The
Chronicle of Higher Education, Vol. 43 No 39, pp A21 – A22.
Hattendorf Westney, L.C. (2000). A trivial pursuit? Information technology and the tenure track.
Campus-wide Information Systems, Vol. 17 Number 4. pp. 113 – 119.
Leslie, David W. (2002). Resolving the dispute: Teaching is Academe’s core value. The Chronicle of
Higher Education. Columbus, Ohio, Vol. 73 Number. 1, January/ February 2002 pp 28 – 44. Retrieved
from WilsonSelectPlus full text, August 28, 2002.

Magner, Denise K. (1997). Report says standards used to evaluate research should also be used for
teaching and service. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved August 23, 2002, from
http://chronicle.com/weekly/sitesearch.htm

Middaugh, Michael F. (2001). Understanding Faculty productivity. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass
Publishers.

Paulson, Karen (2002). Reconfiguring faculty roles for virtual settings. The Chronicle of Higher
Education. Columbus, Ohio, Vol. 73 Number. 1, January/ February 2002 pp 77 – 88. Retrieved from
WilsonSelectPlus full text, August 28, 2002.

Seldin, Peter (1975). How colleges evaluate professors. New York, NY: Blythe-Pennington, Ltd.


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