Factors affecting departmental peer collaboration for faculty development: Two cases in context.
This paper extends current research on departmental peer collaboration as a means of faculty development. Given the potential advantages of such situated developmental activities, the need for further research is pressing. The study reported here examines two different cases of department-based, practice-centered peer inquiry projects; one set in a department of history and one in a department of mechanical engineering. Both departmental projects were part of a larger initiative on the peer...[Show more]
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