1st Edition

Managing Educational Development Projects Effective Management for Maximum Impact

Edited By Carole Baume, Paul Martin, Mantz Yorke Copyright 2002
    222 Pages
    by Routledge

    224 Pages
    by Routledge

    Educational development is a major issue for higher education institutions (HEIs). It constitutes a major part of the research work of many academics. This practical volume, written by experienced practitioners in the field, is a guide to successfully managing an educational development project.

    1. The rise of National Educational Development projects, Paul Martin; 2. Project planning, visioning and being clear at the outset, Brenda Smith; 3. Networking, Sally Fincher; 4. Making good use of a steering committee, Angela Smallwood; 5. Managing resources: the art of the possible, Tracey Varnava; 6. TALESSI - to the edge and back, June Balshaw and Howard Senter; 7. Developing collaboration: finding ways through the treacle, Judith Thomas; 8. Making an impact through dissemination, Phil Gravestock; 9. Making an impact: the evaluation of History 20000, James Wisdom; 10. Educational development projects in Australia: a system level perspective, Richard Johnstone; 11. Project management in educational development: a Singapore experience, Tan Oon Seng; 12. Learning from educational development projects, David Baume; 13. Labouring 'more abundantly than they all', Mantz Yorke.


    Baume, Carole; Martin, Paul; Yorke, Mantz