Documenting Faculty Performance
Fri, 28 Mar 2014 12:30 PM - 2:00 PMLocation: Rose Library 3311; lunch will be provided at noon.Workshop
In no small part, achieving career milestones depends on how well faculty document their effectiveness as teachers, scholars, and active members of the communities they serve professionally. For most faculty, the end of the academic year is a moment to collect key data, documents, and other evidence of meaningful progress toward promotion, tenure, and other professional milestones. This workshop provides an overview of common measures of faculty effectiveness and gives faculty practical advice about the kinds of documentation to generate and/or collect. Participants will apply key principles for organizing and using evidence to make the case for effective faculty performance.
This workshop is designed for faculty to make progress towards the following outcomes:
- Explore common evidentiary measures of faculty effectiveness in teaching, scholarship, and service/leadership;
- Understand how to identify, generate, and/or collect evidence of effective faculty performance; and
- Apply key principles for organizing and using evidence to document faculty effectiveness.