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The latest edition of Kells's groundbreaking work on deriving the maximum benefit from the self-evaluation process has been extensively rewritten to place a strong emphasis on quality assurance and building a culture of self-regulation within the institution. The author discusses how to design an effective, efficient self-study program to fit each institution's situation as well as how to generate enthusiasm for the process and its potential to improve programs. The book ably demonstrates how the self-study process is applicable not only to the effective management of institutions, but also to satisfying the requirements of the accreditation process.
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HERBERT R. KELLS is professor emeritus, Rutgers University, and an independent consultant who resides in Copenhagen, Denmark. He is visiting professor, Center for Higher Education Management at the Danbury Park Management Centre, Anglia Polytechnic University, Chelmsford, UK. From 1974 to 1990, Dr. Kells was professor of higher education at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S.A. Before that he was associate director, Commission on Higher Education, the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools in the U.S.A. Dr. Kells received his Ph.D. from Rutgers University and is professor emeritus there.Review:
?...an invaluable resource to anyone embarking on a self-study exercise. The author provides an excellent conceptual framework for organizing and implementing a self-study exercise. His suggestions are applicable at any level within the academy - department, college, and at the institutional level....It would also be very helpful for those involved in developing a student assessment plan....I would recommend this book for any chair or committee member appointed to an institutional self-study project. Not only is it a valuable primer to prepare for the task and it offers suggestions to help the institution accept the recommendations and to adopt them from a self-study. This is a valuable resource given the increasing emphasis on outcomes and evaluation in higher education.?-Administrator
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