This new edition contains the same practical, comprehensive process that made it so successful, and also provides much new information. Important material discussed in the first edition the differences among the disciplines; interdisciplinary or collaborative work; special assignments; documenting scholarly, professional, and creative work; and the professional portfolio has been expanded and updated. In addition to this enhanced material, this second edition contains new information on technology and the changing roles of faculty; the importance of assessing faculty collegiality; documenting an instructional innovation or use of technology; the narrative portions of the teaching portfolio; two new disciplinary statements; documenting effectiveness and impact as a member of a team; and a characteristics model for describing faculty scholarship.
Part I: Process.
1. Some Basic Principles.
2. Important Considerations.
3. Documenting and Assessing Faculty Work.
4. In Summary.
Part II: Resources.
5. The Disciplines Consider Scholarship.
6. Student Ratings of Faculty: Special Instructional Settings.
7. Evaluating Teaching: Selected Additional References.
8. Evaluating an Advisor: Slected Items from the ACT Survey of Academic Advising.
9. Documenting Effectiveness and Impact as a Member of a Team.
10. Assessing Collegiality: A Faculty Survey.
11. Documenting and Assessing Work of Faculty.
12. Documenting an Instructional Innovation or Use of Technology: Guidelines for Faculty.
13. The Teaching Portfolio: Narrative Guidelines for Faculty.
14. Promotion, Tenure, and Faculty Review.