New Directions for Higher Education, Moving Beyond the Gap Between Research and Practice in Higher Education, No. 110 Summer 2000 / Edition 1

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Overview

As higher education has emerged as a recognized professional field, tensions have continued to grow around the competing demands of theory, research, and practice. Researchers and practitioners rarely contribute to each other's understanding and instead operate on parallel tracks, missing key opportunities to capitalize on each other's diverse perspectives, insights, and different ways of knowing. In this issue the chapter authors-both researchers and practitioners-explore, reframe, and offer solutions for moving beyond the research-practice gap. The contributors identify the forces that perpetuate the gap, such as the socialization and tenure process among faculty, and offer ways for altering the relationship between scholars and practitioners. They provide a wide range of suggestions for overcoming the research-practice dichotomy, such as creating a learning community that involves all the stakeholders-policymakers, faculty, administrators, and academic leaders-and using campus reading groups to help practitioners engage with scholarship. They also include numerous examples of current efforts that have already begun to bridge the gap, outlining, for instance, how national organizations can serve as change agents to advance higher education thinking and application.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780787954345
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/30/2000
  • Series: J-B HE Single Issue Higher Education Series , #50
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 120
  • Product dimensions: 5.89 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.31 (d)

Meet the Author

ADRIANNA J. KEZAR is assistant professor and director of the ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education at the George Washington University. PETER ECKEL is project director, Kellogg Projects on Institutional Transformation, at the American Council on Education.

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Table of Contents

Understanding the Research-to-Practice Gap: A National Study of Researchers' and Practitioners' Perspectives (Adrianna Kezar).
The Tyranny of Success: The Research-Practice Tension (Marvin W. Peterson).
Reshaping the Forces that Perpetuate the Research-Practice Gap: Focus on New Faculty (Carol L. Colbeck).
To Be More Useful: Embracing Interdisciplinary Scholarship and Dialogue (Clifton F. Conrad & Ramona Gunter).
The Educational Role of Researchers (K. Patricia Cross).
Change as a Scholarly Act: Higher Education Research Transfer to Practice (Judith A. Ramaley).
Toward Better-Informed Decisions: Reading Groups as a Campus Tool (Peter Eckel, et al.).
Practitioners as Researchers: Bridging Theory and Practice (Deborah Hirsch).
Bridging the Gap: Multiple Players, Multiple Approaches (Madeline F. Green).
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