- Author:William H. Bergquist
- Publisher:Jossey-Bass Inc Pub; 1st edition (April 1, 1995)
- Pages:200 pages
- Subcategory:Higher & Continuing Education
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Part 2 identifies four prevalent perspectives in American higher education: the .
Part 2 identifies four prevalent perspectives in American higher education: the elitist perspective, the populist perspective, the beleaguered perspective, and the expedient perspective.
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The Four Cultures of the Academy: Insights and Strategies for Improving Leadership in Collegiate Organizations (Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education). William H. Bergquist. Executive Coaching; An Appreciative Approach.
Publisher: Jossey-Bass. Publish date: 04/01/1995.
Jossey Bass Higher & Adult Education Series
Jossey Bass Higher & Adult Education Series. By (author) William H.
This book examines the promise and some of the perils of the new digital age in higher education.
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Series: Jossey Bass Higher & Adult Education Series. A very insightful book on the four cultures of the academy, and how to manage through them. Hardcover: 250 pages. While the areas around development and managing through at the end of the book are a bit dense, the bulk of the book is great. It is filled with cases, stories and examples of the cultures - as well as their history, traits and challenges.
qualification which prepares students - usually mature students - for study as an undergraduate at university. The diploma is designed for people who would like to study in higher education but who left school without qualifications such as A-Levels.
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