Best Practices in Faculty Evaluation

Best Practices in Faculty Evaluation explores all forms of faculty review and includes guidance that is designed to help evaluators do their job even better.  It is filled with practical advice and answers to commonly asked questions about oral and written evaluations, annual performance appraisals and evaluations, probationary and pre-tenure reviews, post-tenure reviews, merit evaluations, tenure evaluations, promotion evaluations, and much more.

"Buller has done it again. This latest book meets a never-ending need of all colleges and universities. It's the best treatment I've ever found of the critical dynamics of faculty evaluations—the associated history and philosophy, but especially how to get it right when conducting pretenure, tenure, and posttenure reviews. Every P&T committee, every chair, every dean will welcome a copy." —R. Kent Crookston, author, Working with Problem Faculty: A Six-Step Guide for Department Chairs; director of the Academic Administrative Support Program at the Brigham Young University Faculty Center

"Finally, a comprehensive volume replete with practical ideas and seasoned advice about how to effectively handle faculty performance evaluations. This author really understands the lack of preparation and confidence that most academic administrators feel when asked to function as both judge and coach. If you need concrete strategies for dealing with all aspects of the evaluation process, this book won't disappoint you. The content and case studies are right on the money."—Christine Licata, author, Post-Tenure Faculty Review and Renewal; senior associate provost, Rochester Institute of Technology

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  • Manufacturer: Jossey-Bass

Best Practices in Faculty Evaluation

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