Faculty Development Companion Workbook Module 16:: Working with Advisory Boards

Faculty Development Companion Workbook Module 16:: Working with Advisory Boards

by Amy Solomon, Quantum Integrations
     
 

Module 16 provides guidelines for developing an advisory board to contribute to the development of the academic program. Suggestions and resources for establishing an advisory board, conducting meetings, and maintaining effective relationships with board members are considered. Section 1: The Importance of Using Advisory Boards Section 2: Developing

Overview

Module 16 provides guidelines for developing an advisory board to contribute to the development of the academic program. Suggestions and resources for establishing an advisory board, conducting meetings, and maintaining effective relationships with board members are considered. Section 1: The Importance of Using Advisory Boards Section 2: Developing Effective Advisory Boards Section 3: Conducting Effective Advisory Board Meetings Section 4: Incorporating Advisory Board Input into the Curriculum Section 5: Recognizing Advisory Board Member Participation

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781418050191
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
12/11/2006
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
8.54(w) x 10.73(h) x 0.27(d)

Meet the Author

The authors of Quantum Integrations are pioneers in faculty development, with decades of experience in the field. They have authored dynamic content with examples and tips that instructors can apply in the classroom immediately. Dr. Taylor started developing effective faculty development and curriculum materials. She now conducts face-to-face faculty development workshops for schools and associations around the country, training hundreds of faculty in diverse fields including allied health, computer programming, network administration, telecommunications, project management, curriculum development, and electronic business, and also continues to teach online courses. Ms. Solomon has been involved in all levels of education for over two decades including elementary, post-secondary, and clinical education, teaching a variety of populations including young children, community and technical college students, clinical students in hospital and clinical settings, and hospital and clinic patients and staff.

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