The current issue of the Planning for Higher Education Journal focuses on all-things accreditation. I’m thrilled to have contributed a review of Linda Suskie’s ‘Five Dimensions of Quality: A Common Sense Guide to Accreditation and Accountability.’ I love this book. Why?
Those who follow The Chronicle of Higher Ed will be familiar with their Vitae Career Hub, and that subgroup will undoubtedly have stumbled across The Professor Is In column. Karen Kelsky offers sound guidance to those actively engaged in the job-search nuances of academia. As an administrator, I find that the advice column in Vitae […]
There are few professional development books that rock me. To make it onto the list, a book must be relevant, timely, and practical. Through some serendipity of the universe, these books appear at a time to perfectly match my own internal dialogue on a given subject, affirming and challenging my assumptions and questions. Stretch: How […]
What started as background research to develop a technology roadmap, ended with finding a fantastic publication by Hample and Stickler, “Developing Online Language Teaching: Research and Reflective Practices”. My review came out in TESL-EJ and focuses on the book’s practical perspective of the issues surrounding teachers and technology. As a program administrator grappling with a […]