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University Teaching and Faculty Development Research Compendium
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Editors: Luis M. Villar-Angulo, Olga M. Alegre-de la Rosa (University of Sevilla, Spain)
Book Description:
This book is concerned with teaching for students at a university level and faculty development. This book will look at how teaching and research can be brought into a closer relationship. This book welcomes research-based articles on the practice of higher education, specifically those manuscripts that span a wide range of teaching and faculty development issues and trends occurring internationally. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xiii

1. Application of RIDIT Method for Investigating Researchers’ Viewpoint on SCOPUS Citation
(S.K. Panda, N.R. Nayak, S. Datta, S.S. Mahapatra, P. Balida and A. Bandyopadhyay) pp. 1-8

2. African American Faculty Members at Texas Community Colleges: A Nine-Year Analysis
( S. Joyner and J. Slate)pp. 9-18

3. Developing Visionary Leaders: A Qualitative Investigation of Principals’ Views
(J. Hemmen, S. Edmonson and J. Slate)pp. 19-32

4. The Usage of Mobile Device for Learning: A Case Study
(N. Mohd and N. Mohd)pp. 33-44

5. Distributed Simulator System
(N. Stankovic and S. Lambacher) pp. 45-58

6. Words That Wound: Reports of Disrespect From the Classroom
(G. Cho, D. DeCastro-Ambrosetti and J.R. Slate)pp. 59-70

7. Quantitative Impacts of Teaching Attributes on University TEVAL Scores and Their Implications
(M. Alauddin and C. Tisdell) pp. 71-88

8. Sharing Your Nuts: Teacher Collaboration in Groups as a Means for Competence Development
(E.H. Chiriac and M. Rosander) pp. 89-102

9. A Comparison of Student Understanding of Inheritance Patterns and Perceptions of Science in Traditional Versus Online Non-Majors Biology Courses pp. 103-118
(F. Wray)

10. Online Teaching Styles: A Study in Distance Education
(A. Lozano-Rodríguez and M.Flores-Fahara) pp. 119-132

11. A New Lecture Format Based on Software Developed in the Classroom to Enhance Students' Performance pp. 133-142
(Ricardo Branco and F.V. Antunes)

12. Engaging Higher Education Faculty in Innovative Professional Development in Teaching and Learning
(John Nworie, Curtis Charles and Kelly Jackson Charles)pp. 143-152

13. The Importance of Faculty Development in the Diversity and Equity Course Transformation Process
(Sue Sciame-Giesecke, Kathy Parkison and Dianne Roden)pp. 153-170

14. When Empathy Mails to Eventuate in the Counselling Therapeutic Session: Implications for the Training and Practice of Students
(Myra Taylor and Sarron Goldman)pp. 171-182

15. Teaching Health Promotion in Nursing: Promoting Active Learning
(Eva Brunner and Olivia Kada)pp. 183-192

16.Competences Demanded by the Citizens for the Use of Virtual Tools
(María Luisa Sevillano, Carmen Ricoy and Tiberio Feliz)pp. 193-208

17. The role of experienced research integration into teaching upon students’ appreciation of research aspects in the learning environment
(A. Verburgh and J. Elen)pp. 209-222

18. Teaching with Technology: Preparing Teacher Educators to Lead the Way
(D. DeCastro-Ambrosetti and K. Shand)pp. 223-236

19. Value Differences Between Online and Face-to-Face College Students
(J.R. Slate, B.J. Millan, and C. Tejeda-Delgado)pp. 237-248

20. Fostering Confident Researchers: Research Self-Efficacy as a Faculty Development Tool
(R. Pasupathy and K. Siwatu)pp. 249-262

21. Co-teaching: Encouraging Fundamental Instructional Change of Math and Science Faculty
(C. Basile and D. Kimbrough)pp. 263-276

Index pp. 277-289

   Series:
      Professions - Training, Education and Demographics
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2013- January
   Pages: 302, 7 x 10 (NBC - M)
   ISBN: 978-1-62257-516-9
   Status: AV
  
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