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Based on extensive research and practical experience, The Sabbatical Mentor is an ideal resource for faculty, departmental chairs, administrators, and faculty developers who believe the sabbatical is the ideal occasion for significant professional growth. From history, purpose and benefits, through the pre-leave, leave, and return periods, this book: * divides the sabbatical into five distinct stages, offering specific advice for moving through each stage * offers practical suggestions for making the entire sabbatical experience more productive, satisfying, enriching, and enjoyable * offers administrators specific strategies they can use to support, promote, administer, and evaluate these programs * includes a wealth of bibliographic references on the sabbatical * provides an extensive list of resources on time management, granting agencies, fellowships, and grant proposal writing * includes an appendix of sample applications and reports from a variety of institutions and and disciplines. The Sabbatical Mentor makes concrete the planning, execution, and follow-up necessary for successful sabbaticals. By breaking the process into logical and manageable segments, the author demystifies it and thereby encourages individuals to participate in this unique, enjoyable and professionally rewarding benefit of academic life. --- from book's back cover
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