1st Edition

The Effective Academic A Handbook for Enhanced Academic Practice

Edited By Heather Fry, Steve Ketteridge, Stephanie Marshall Copyright 2002

    Offers discussion, advice, expert opinion and case studies of best practice, covering the various parts of academic practice that are associated with career progression and promotion. The book is particularly aimed at education professionals aspiring to develop leadership responsibilities.

    Introduction to the Turbulent Environment, the Editors with David Watson The International Context for UK Higher Education, Robin Middlehurst The Impact of National Developments on Institutional Practice, Rob Cuthbert The Student Experience, Rob Shorrock Introduction to Running the Business, the editors with Martyn Davies, Catherine Haines, and David Allen Strategic and Operational Planning, Tom Kennie The Ethical Manager: Working With and Through Colleagues, Anne Gold Managing the Human Resource Function, Catherine Haines and Steve Ketteridge Introduction to Creating Intellectual Wealth, the editors with Stan Taylor Managing Postgraduate Research Degrees, Stan Taylor Managing High-Impact Research Groups, Ewan Ferlie, Janet Harvey, and Andrew Pettigrew Developing a Strategic Culture for Research, Ken Young Introduction to At the Digital Chalkface, the editors and Keith Trigwell Revitalizing and Renewing the Curriculum, Heather Fry and Stephanie Marshall Learning from Quality Assessment, George Gordon Teaching for Diversity and Retention: the example of Students with Disabilities, Alan Hurst Harnessing Information Technology for Learning, Su White and Hugh Davis Introduction to the Harsh Reality, the editors with Johanna Laybourn Parry and Mervyn King Career-Long Competence: Unattainable Ideal or Professional Requirement?, Gus Pennington and Brenda Smith Making Choices: Routes to Success, Steve Ketteridge, Stephanie Marshall, and Heather Fry


    Heather Fry, Steve Ketteridge, Stephanie Marshall

    'I found the individual chapters of this book to be very useful, readable and informative, and would recommend this book as a good resource for any academic wishing to gain both a broader insight into HE and some practical help in developing their career.' - Educational Developments