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  1. Coaching and mentoring for academic development

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    Coaching and mentoring for academic development

    2021
    First edition
    Summary: Learning through dialogue brings a powerful opportunity to navigate professional demands and meet the challenges of a turbulent world. Written for all who mentor or coach in universities, this book addresses a critical question: how can mentoring and coaching be an effective and accessible way to support researcher and academic development?
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    Print version, Print version, SECTION 1 Chapter 1. Coaching and Mentoring: Concepts and Terminologies Explored Chapter 2. Contextualising Mentoring and Coaching -Examining The Role of Universities and Higher Education Chapter 3. The Academic Context for Mentoring and Coaching -- Chapter 4. A Doctorate is no Longer Enough -- Chapter 5. Situating mentoring and Coaching within Educational Practice -- Chapter 6. Placing the Focus on Planning, not Problems -- Chapter 7. Building Repertories of Practice 'beyond advice' -- Chapter 8. Amplifying the Learner's Voice -- Chapter 9. What Makes a Good Coaching Question? -- Chapter 10. Using a Coaching Style as Principal Investigator, Supervisor or Manager SECTION 2 -- Chapter 11. Creating Agreement and Alignment -- Chapter 12. Giving and Receiving Feedback: Coaching Style -- Chapter 13. Supporting Through Change and Transitions -- Chapter 14. Supporting Personal Development Planning -- Chapter 15. Enabling Efficiency and Effectiveness -- Chapter 16. Building Productive Writing Habits -- Chapter 17. Shaping and Managing Working Relationships -- Chapter 18. Gaining First Funding and Research Independence -- Chapter 19. Mentoring Career Changers -- Chapter 20. Developing Leadership Capabilities -- Chapter 21. Sustaining Change Over Time -- Chapter 22. Supporting Stressed Colleagues SECTION 3 -- Chapter 23. Designing and Launching a Mentoring Programme -- Chapter 24. The Reputation of Coaching and Mentoring -- Chapter 25. Aligning your Programme with Humanistic Principles -- Chapter 26. Designing a Workshop: Orientation to Practice -- Chapter 27. How to Recruit, Retain and Develop your Coaches and Mentors -- Chapter 28. Enhancing Practice through Peer-Conversations -- Chapter 29. Matching Mentoring and Coaching Pairs -- Chapter 30. Anticipating Disengagement from Mentoring and Coaching -- Chapter 31. Evaluating Mentoring and Coaching -- Chapter 32. An Institutional Code of Practice -- Chapter 33. How to Find and Recruit your Own Mentor
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781789739091, 9781789739077, 1789739098, 1789739071
    Udgiver: 
    Emerald Publishing Limited
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1243263816|260|a
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  2. Academia next : the futures of higher education

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    Academia next : the futures of higher education

    2020
    Summary: "The author argues that the number of higher education institutions in the United States has peaked--that is, has hit the maximum for meeting consumer demand--and he tracks the trends in higher education he sees as the result. His near-future predictions are meant to prepare university administrators who want to anticipate and adapt to shrinking enrollments, reduced public support, and a proliferation of competing technological options for education"
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    Print version: Alexander, Bryan, 1967- ; Academia Next, Part I. Trends. Objects in Mirror May Be Closer Than They Appear ; Catching the University in Mid-Transformation ; The New Age of Fewer Children and More Inequality ; The Marriage of Carbon and Silicon ; Beyond the Virtual Learning Environment ; Connecting the Dots: Metatrends -- Part 2. Scenarios ; Peak Higher Education ; Health Care Nation ; Open Education Triumphant ; Renaissance ; Augmented Campus ; Tutor Me, Siri ; Retro Campus -- Part 3. To the Future and the Present ; Beyond 2035 ; Back to the Present
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781421436432, 1421436434
    Udgiver: 
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1132215909|260|a
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    150057-ebscobog:on1132215909|980|a
  3. How boards lead small colleges

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    How boards lead small colleges

    2019
    Summary: "This professional book (in the Higher Education Leadership Essentials series) encourages presidents of small liberal schools to consider new approaches to working with their boards and offers ideas to trustees about how they can elicit new thinking from their institution's president without interfering in internal operations. Combining theory with case studies, the book is aimed at administrators at colleges (whose boards may include alumni or community members) with operations and interests different from those of university administrators"
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    150057-ebscobog:on1083205319|980|.
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    Print version: Brown, Alice W. (Alice Williams), 1942- ; How strong boards build strong colleges, Characteristics of boards -- Selection of trustees -- Training and supporting trustees -- Basic responsibilities of trustees -- Hiring and supporting presidents -- Evaluating and possibly terminating the president -- Building institutional stability -- Being responsible to those outside the boardroom -- A critical element in making a small college great -- Steps to the future
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781421428635, 1421428636
    Udgiver: 
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1083205319|260|a
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    150057-ebscobog:on1083205319|980|a
  4. The insider's guide to working with universities : practical insights for board members, businesspeople, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, alumni, parents, and administrators

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    The insider's guide to working with universities : practical insights for board members, businesspeople, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, alumni, parents, and administrators

    2019
    Summary: "This book is an introduction to universities for business people who are board members or who take leadership positions in higher education. Lack of understanding the core mission of colleges and universities limits the effectiveness of business people in higher education, and this book provides the information they need to be more successful. It covers topics such as the similarities and differences between businesses and universities, the variety among educational institutions, the role of government especially in higher education, the different types of faculty and how they got to be faculty, and how they are motivated and rewarded. ... It describes the nature of governance in academic organizations, and how it is shared among boards, administration and faculty ... it also describes the types of research conducted by faculty, and how research performance is assessed, as well as how classroom education has changed since most board members attended college"
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    Print version: Dean, James W., Jr., 1956- ; Insider's guide to working with universities, How are businesses and universities different? How are they similar? -- American colleges and universities -- Inside the black box: schools, centers, degrees, and curricula -- How are colleges and universities influenced from outside? Regulation and accreditation -- Who are the faculty? -- Organization, affiliation, and influence inside the university -- What is academic research? -- Where does college and university funding come from? Where does it go? -- Recommendations for business and university collaboration
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781469653433, 1469653435
    Udgiver: 
    The University of North Carolina Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1112152925|260|a
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    150057-ebscobog:on1112152925|980|a
  5. Professorial pathways : higher education systems and academic careers in comparative perspective

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    Professorial pathways : higher education systems and academic careers in comparative perspective

    2019
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    Bidrag af: 
    Martin J. Finkelstein (1949-), Glen A. Jones (1961-)
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    Print version: Professorial pathways, Intro; Contents; Acknowledgments; 1. Introduction: The Academic Profession Enters a New Global Era; 2. Germany: Unpredictable Career Progression but Security at the Top; 3. France: Marginal Formal Changes but Noticeable Evolutions; 4. United Kingdom: Institutional Autonomy and National Regulation, Academic Freedom and Managerial Authority; 5. Russia: Higher Education, between Survival and Innovation; 6. Brazil: An Emerging Academic Market in Transition; 7. India: The Challenge of Change; 8. China: The Changing Relationship among Academics, Institutions, and the State, 9. Japan: Opening Up the Academic Labor Market10. United States: A Story of Marketization, Professional Fragmentation, and Declining Opportunity; 11. Canada: Decentralization, Unionization, and the Evolution of Academic Career Pathways; 12. Looking across Systems: Implications for Comparative, International Studies of Academic Work; List of Contributors; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781421428741, 1421428741
    Udgiver: 
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1088915066|260|a
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    150057-ebscobog:on1088915066|980|a
  6. University finances : accounting and budgeting principles for higher education

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    University finances : accounting and budgeting principles for higher education

    2019
    Summary: "In University Finances, higher education expert Dean O. Smith * demystifies basic accounting procedures, budgets, debt financing, and financial statements * explores more unusual financial topics, such as methods for calculating fringe benefit rates, bond refunding costs, and indirect cost allocations * shows that the use of university wealth is highly restricted by donors, bondholders, government regulators, and others * answers nuanced questions, like "How are USDA formula funds calculated?" and "Why does the university pursue more and more research funding when it loses money on every grant?" * illustrates financial calculations using realistic examples Some of these explanations are unavailable in print or online to anyone but a handful of professional accountants. Rigorous, detailed, and wide-ranging, University Finances is a unique and powerful resource."--Provided by publisher
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    Print version: Smith, Dean O., 1944- ; University finances, University financial management -- Principles of accounting -- Income -- Expenses -- Capital assets -- Budgets -- Financial reports -- Grants and contracts -- Indirect costs -- Institutional financial strategies
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781421427263, 1421427265
    Udgiver: 
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1084727634|260|a
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  7. Becoming Hispanic-serving institutions : opportunities for colleges and universities

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    Becoming Hispanic-serving institutions : opportunities for colleges and universities

    2019
    Summary: "Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs)--not-for-profit, degree-granting colleges and universities that enroll at least 25 percent or more Latinx students--are among the fastest-growing segments in America. They now represent 13 percent of all postsecondary institutions in the United States and enroll 62 percent of all Latinx college students. As they increase in number, the question remains: What does it mean to serve Latinx students? What special needs does this student demographic have? What opportunities develop when a college or university becomes an HSI? Using multiple case studies, Gina Ann Garcia explores how institutions are developing ways to serve Latinx students and how those institutions confront the tensions that emerge from confronting traditional standards for postsecondary institutions, which include indicators of prestige, selectivity, graduation rates, and federal research dollars"
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    Print version: Garcia, Gina Ann, 1978- ; Becoming Hispanic-serving institutions, Introduction. What it means to serve -- Creating the dominant narrative: the racialization of postsecondary institutions -- White institutions becoming HSIS: the case of Chicago -- Enhancing the cultural experience of Latinx students -- Serving the Latinx community in the third space -- Pushing the bar on legitimized outcomes -- Reframing the HSI narrative
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781421427386, 1421427389
    Udgiver: 
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1083096680|260|a
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  8. Outward and upward mobilities : international students in Canada, their families, and structuring institutions

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    Outward and upward mobilities : international students in Canada, their families, and structuring institutions

    2019
    Summary: "People move out to move up. Like other migrant groups, student mobility is a form of social mobility, and one that requires access from a host state. But there are multiple institutions with which students interact and that influence the processes of social mobility. Outward and Upward Mobilities investigates the connection between student and institution. The collection features work by key scholars in the field and considers international students from across Canada regardless of legal status. Exploring how international students and their families fare in local ethnic communities, educational and professional institutions, and the labour market, this volume demonstrates the need to ask more critical questions about the short- and long-term effects of temporary legal status, how student and family experiences differ by educational level and region of settlement, the barriers to and facilitators of adaptation and integration, and ultimately, to what extent individual, familial, institutional, and state goals function in harmony and in discord."
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    Bidrag af: 
    Ann H. Kim (1972-), Min-Jung Kwak (1971-)
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    Print version: KIM, ANN. KWAK, MIN-JUNG ; OUTWARD AND UPWARD MOBILITIES, Cover; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Acknowledgments; 1. Introduction: Education Migration, Social Mobility, and Structuring Institutions; Part I: International Students in the Canadian Context; 2. "International Students Are ... Golden": Canada's Changing Policy Contexts, Approaches, and National Peculiarities in Attracting International Students as Future Immigrants; 3. Explaining International Student Mobility to Canada: A Review; 4. Barriers to Knowledge on International Students and a Potential Opportunity; Part II: Integration and Adjustment in Educational Institutions, 5. The International Undergraduate Experience through the Lens of Developmental Psychology6. Legal Status and School Experiences for Families with Young Students; Part III: Local Considerations: Ethnic Communities and Families; 7. Adapting to China's Students at the Gateway: Student Stories and the Trajectories of Chinese Community Associations in Vancouver; 8. "Settlers" Meeting the "Settled": International Students Encountering the South Asian "Diaspora" in Ontario, Canada; 9. Global Restructuring, Gender, and Education Migration: Chinese Immigrant Women Professionals in Canada, 10. "A Typical Girogi Family Experience?" The Transnational Migration and Heterogeneous Identity Formation of Girogi Families in Toronto, CanadaPart IV: The Post-student Experience; 11. Student Transitions: Earnings of Former International Students in Canada's Labour Market; 12. Bumpy Roads: Tracing Pathways into Practice for International Students in Nursing; Afterword: A Multi-level Perspective on Education Migration; List of Contributors
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781487530563, 1487530560
    Udgiver: 
    Unniversity of Toronto Press
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    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1083120525|260|a
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    150057-ebscobog:on1083120525|980|a
  9. How to be a dean

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    How to be a dean

    2019
    Summary: A deanship in higher education is an exciting but complex job combining technical administration and academic leadership. On one hand, the dean is an institutional leader, standing up for the faculty, staff, and students. On the other, the dean is a middle manager, managing personnel, curriculum, and budgets and trying to live up to the expectations of the governing board, president, and provost. But what is it really like to be a dean?In How to Be a Dean, George Justice illuminates both of these leadership roles, which interact and even conflict with each other while deans do their best to help faculty members and students. Providing tested advice, Justice takes readers from the job search through the daily work of the dean and, ultimately, to the larger questions of leadership, excellence, and integrity the role provokes. He also explores the roles of "different" deanships in the broader context of academic leadership. Based on the author's experience as a dean at two large research universities, How to Be a Dean is clear, engaging, and opinionated. Current deans will use this book to reflect on the work they do in productive ways. Faculty members considering administrative work will find in this book some idea about the day-to-day work required of their institutional leaders. And finally, readers who are simply curious about what deans do will find pointed analysis about what works and what doesn't
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    Print version: Justice, George ; How to be a dean, Intro; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1. What Does a Dean Do?; Chapter 2. The Dean in the College; Chapter 3. Managing Down, Managing Up; Chapter 4. Being of Value; Epilogue: Knowing When to Stop; Acknowledgments; Further Reading; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781421428796, 1421428792
    Udgiver: 
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1083763027|260|a
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    150057-ebscobog:on1083763027|980|a
  10. Academic fault lines : the rise of industry logic in public higher education

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    Academic fault lines : the rise of industry logic in public higher education

    2019
    Summary: "Gumport chronicles the rise of "industry logic," as a departure from "social institution logic," in public higher education in the latter twentieth century. Industry logic refers to colleges restructuring for financial efficiency and developing more ties with industry. Since the 1970s, increased public scrutiny and demands for accountability have pushed colleges to become more corporatized and privatized. Gumport's sociological analysis is grounded in data from nine in-depth case studies that span three sectors of public higher education"
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    Print version: Gumport, Patricia J. ; Academic Fault Lines, Points of departure -- Conceptual and empirical anchors: studying institutional change -- Built to serve -- State-level expectations -- Forces converging to advance industry logic -- Beyond the demand-response scenario -- Harmonizing educational identities -- Reconciling competing mandates -- Persevering through strategic necessities -- In pursuit of excellence -- Pursuing priorities and striving for state-of-the-art -- Managing for legitimacy: moving beyond academic fault lines
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781421429731, 142142973X
    Udgiver: 
    Johns Hopkins University Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:on1103440066|260|a
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    150057-ebscobog:on1103440066|980|a