Planning for Higher Education Journal

Closing in on Faculty Productivity Measures

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From Volume 24 Number 2 | Winter 1995–1996
By Michael F. Middaugh

Highlights reasons why faculty productivity has become such a central concern – rising costs and decreased funding, public demand for accountability, and pressure to restructure institutions to meet the needs of a high-tech society. Outlines the recent faculty productivity review at the University of Delaware, stresses elements integral to the success of such reviews, and compares the results to nationwide productivity data.

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