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Studies in Third Space Professionalism




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February 17, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
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Book Description

The Impact of the Integrated Practitioner in Higher Education highlights the importance of developing blended professionalism as a way of future-proofing Higher Education leadership, strategy, and outcomes.

With carefully chosen international contributors, this book discusses the rationale for championing blended/integrated practitioners and uses a narrative case study approach to uncover the value, identities and impact of these individuals who work across institutional boundaries, to promote interdisciplinarity as well as staff and student success. Divided into four key sections, this book explores:

  • strategies, leadership, and theory;
  • identities, boundaries, and ways of working;
  • the impact of blended professionals/integrated practitioners;
  • career trajectories and developing the integrated practitioner.

The Impact of the Integrated Practitioner in Higher Education is a must-read for anyone interested in the future of higher education, including academic and professional staff, as well as postgraduate students in the field of Education.

Table of Contents

Contents

List of contributors

Foreword- SALLY BROWN

Preface

The Impact of the Integrated Practitioner in Higher Education

Studies in Third Space Professionalism: Introduction and Literature Review

EMILY MCINTOSH AND DIANE NUTT

 

SECTION ONE

Strategies, Leadership and Theory

  1. Understanding and Debating The Third Space: Achieving strategy
  2. JULIE HALL

  3. Leadership in the Third Space
  4. SUSANNAH QUINSEE

  5. The emergence of the Newest "Professional Class" in US Higher Education
  6. MATTHEW D. PISTILLI AND JOHN N. GARDNER

  7. Building Bridges and Connections – The language used to connect and define communities in The Third Space
  8. FIONA DENNEY

  9. The Viral Landscapes of Third Space Working: Debating and challenging the power dynamic of the new ‘blended’ approach
  10. STELLA JONES-DEVITT

     

    SECTION TWO

    Exploring Identities, Boundaries and Ways of Working

  11. Exploring the Identities of Blended Professionals in Higher Education
  12. FRAN BEATON AND JULIA HOPE

  13. Owned, Shared and Contested Spaces in Higher Education
  14. DEBORAH LOCK

  15. Supporting and Developing Teaching-Focused Individuals to Professorial level : career progression across boundaries
  16. JULIE HULME

  17. The Blended Professional: Barriers and boundaries to collaborative institutional cultures
  18. SONYA CAMPBELL-PERRY

  19. Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  20. KATIE AKERMAN

  21. What Do Blended/Integrated Practitioners Do? Insights into ways of working strategically and influencing policy and practice
  22. DONNA MURRAY

  23. Working From the Centre: Influencing cross-departmental working
  24. FIONA SHELTON

     

    SECTION THREE

    Exploring the Impact of Blended Professionals/Integrated Practitioners

  25. The Student Experience Transitions Model: Integrated Practice to Inspire Staff to Support Students
  26. MICHELLE MORGAN

  27. Purposeful Working: Authentic leadership to enhance the student experience
  28. HARRIET DUNBAR-MORRIS

  29. Supporting the Development, Recognition and Impact of Third Space Professionals
  30. HELEN WEBSTER

  31. Leading Collaborative Projects, Recognising Distinctive Voices and Empowering Others to Create
  32. LUKE MILLARD AND GRAHAM LOWE

  33. The Importance of Integrated Practice: Impacting and enabling student success via student peer education
  34. MARCIA ODY

  35. The Importance of Integrated Practice in Student Engagement and Success
  36. WILLIAM CAREY

     

    SECTION FOUR

    Exploring Career Trajectories and Developing the Integrated Practitioner

  37. Career Trajectories in The Third Space
  38. JENNIFER LAWRENCE

  39. Recognising and Developing Talent: Rewarding Integrated Practice Across Boundaries
  40. JASPER SHOTTS AND MICHAEL SHAW

  41. The Importance of a Mentor in Overcoming the ‘Jack of All Trades, Master of None’ Syndrome
  42. SUE BECKINGHAM

  43. Rewarding Blended Working and Integrated Practice

DIANE NUTT

 

Conclusion: Third Spaces and Integrated Practice - concluding reflections

EMILY MCINTOSH AND DIANE NUTT

 

Glossary

Index

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Editor(s)

Biography

Emily McIntosh is Director of Learning, Teaching and Student Experience at Middlesex University, London, UK.

Diane Nutt is an Independent Higher Education Consultant working in the UK.

Reviews

"There is so much to recommend in this book. The individual contributions, augmented by the editors’ careful synthesis throughout, are a revelation. And its timing is prescient: it makes a critical and welcome contribution to our sector’s thinking and theorising as we dare to look hopefully towards a post-pandemic ‘better normal’."- Professor Sally Kift PFHEA FAAL ALTF, President Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows and Visiting Professorial Fellow, National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, Curtin University, Australia