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by William H. Bergquist
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Higher & Continuing Education
  • Author:
    William H. Bergquist
  • ISBN:
    0787900710
  • ISBN13:
    978-0787900717
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    Jossey-Bass Inc Pub; 1st edition (April 1, 1995)
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    200 pages
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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

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This book examines the promise and some of the perils of the new digital age in higher education.

ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report, Volume 27, Number 5. Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education Series This book examines the promise and some of the perils of the new digital age in higher education. Article in ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report · January 2000 with 3 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. 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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In this book, William H. Bergquist draws on thirty years of experience in both traditional and nontraditional colleges and universities to take a provocative look at the often tense interplay between the objectives of quality and access in American higher education. Quality without access, Bergquist argues, is untenable in light of today's diverse student populations, just as access without quality is sham education.Bergquist begins by showing how traditional definitions of quality, which tend to reflect the world of four-year residential colleges and universities, fail to embrace the realities of today's commuter students, returning adults, and multicultural populations. Using the example of a hypothetical collegiate institution, Bergquist reveals the pressures that can build up in traditional academic settings when quality and access are in conflict with each another. He then redefines quality in light of the need for access and points to the experience of nontraditional institutions to demonstrate how quality and access can be equal and achievable objectives in today's postsecondary environment.Achieving access with quality, Bergquist notes, will require changes not only within academic institutions, but also in assessment and accreditation policies and practices. He proposes new methods of assessing and determining quality, sets out quality-management procedures for ensuring ongoing commitment to access with quality, and concludes with advice to institutional leaders for promoting these dual and essential objectives.