Evaluating Faculty with Specific Concerns: What, Why, and How
Evaluations mandated by institutions generally assess application of faculty expertise to teaching, research, and service. But as Keig (1994) states in Collaborative Peer Review, "Clearly, there is more to teaching than having a command of the subject matter, as essential as that is." How can objective data be gathered on faculty issues unrelated to expertise that may be affecting the unit?
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