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University mission and academic freedom: Are they in conflict?
Charles L. Glenn
Amsterdam Law Forum , 2010,
Abstract: Adapted from remarks at the VU University Amsterdam, December 1998, as part of the university’s “Values Project” (Waardenproject); a much longer version appeared in the European Journal of Education Law and Policy 4, 1, 2000.
Misión de la Universidad, Ethos y Política Universitaria
VARGAS BEJARANO,JULIO CéSAR;
Ideas y Valores , 2010,
Abstract: this paper asks about the meaning of the mission a university and its role both inside and outside academia. this question leads an inquire regarding the role of university policy and its relation the institution's mission. these reflections will help identify the dynamic and contextual character of the university mission.
The Value of a Personal Mission Statement for University Undergraduates  [PDF]
Barbara K Searight, H. Russell Searight
Creative Education (CE) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2011.23043
Abstract: Despite the developmental significance of emerging adulthood as a time for critical self reflection and clarification of values, college and university education rarely includes self-assessment in curricula. Stephen Covey’s book “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People is a description of the importance of formulating a personal mission and critically reflecting on personal priorities. As part of a course in organizational psychology, students read about mission statements, their importance, and completed an accompanying workbook/journal. A key component of this exercise was for students to develop a personal mission statement. Students reported that they found this activity to be very helpful-- particularly regarding values clarification and how they were actually using their time. Students commented that because of the fast pace of their lives, they rarely had time to engage in this type of reflection and were appreciative of the structure provided by the reading, journal, and opportunity to discuss their goals and values.
Issues on Serials Policy Formulation for Nigerian University Libraries
EI Okobi
Samaru Journal of Information Studies , 2008,
Abstract: The paper discusses the need and importance of serial policy statement as a guide to providing balanced, relevant and up to date information for quality academic exercise particularly in the area of teaching and research work. The paper formulated and presents a serial policy statement for adoption by Nigerian university libraries. It concludes with few recommendations such as :Policies must be monitored and reviewed (at least once in every five years), also policies should be updated as time goes on. Samaru Journal of Information Studies Vol. 8 (1) 2008: pp. 20-25
University museums: problems, policy and progress  [cached]
Nick Merriman
Archaeology International , 2001, DOI: 10.5334/ai.0517
Abstract: There are some 400 university museums and collections in the United Kingdom. During the 1990s their often neglected state came under close scrutiny and as a result their future role is now being re-assessed. A member of the Institute's staff has recently been appointed to the new position of Curator of UCL Museums and Collections, and he comments here on the national situation and describes some of the initiatives under way at UCL.
University Education for Youth Empowerment: Policy/ Management Issues and Strategies for Improvement
EP Ndidi
African Research Review , 2009,
Abstract: Policy and management issues that inhibit quality university education for youth empowerment in Nigeria were discussed in this paper. These issues include access, gender disparity in enrolment, high enrolment growth, staff quality and quantity, funding, cultism and poor quality of infrastructure. Unless these issues are addressed, the extent to which university education could enhance youth empowerment would remain limited. Relevant policy and management strategies for improvement were suggested.
A university system's approach to enhancing the educational mission of health science schools and institutions: the University of Texas Academy of Health Science Education
L. Maximilian Buja,Susan M. Cox,Steven A. Lieberman,Jonathan MacClements
Medical Education Online , 2013, DOI: 10.3402/meo.v18i0.20540
Abstract: Background: The academy movement developed in the United States as an important approach to enhance the educational mission and facilitate the recognition and work of educators at medical schools and health science institutions. Objectives: Academies initially formed at individual medical schools. Educators and leaders in The University of Texas System (the UT System, UTS) recognized the academy movement as a means both to address special challenges and pursue opportunities for advancing the educational mission of academic health sciences institutions. Methods: The UTS academy process was started by the appointment of a Chancellor's Health Fellow for Education in 2004. Subsequently, the University of Texas Academy of Health Science Education (UTAHSE) was formed by bringing together esteemed faculty educators from the six UTS health science institutions. Results: Currently, the UTAHSE has 132 voting members who were selected through a rigorous, system-wide peer review and who represent multiple professional backgrounds and all six campuses. With support from the UTS, the UTAHSE has developed and sustained an annual Innovations in Health Science Education conference, a small grants program and an Innovations in Health Science Education Award, among other UTS health science educational activities. The UTAHSE represents one university system's innovative approach to enhancing its educational mission through multi- and interdisciplinary as well as inter-institutional collaboration. Conclusions: The UTAHSE is presented as a model for the development of other consortia-type academies that could involve several components of a university system or coalitions of several institutions.
Effects of the brazilian university policy of targeting the poor
Andrade, Eduardo de Carvalho;
Estudos Econ?micos (S?o Paulo) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-41612007000300008
Abstract: this paper analyzes theoretically the effects on the quality of the labor force of the introduction of the program called prouni (programa universidade para todos), adopted by the brazilian government in 2005. this program consists of giving tax exemptions to private universities that provide scholarships to students coming from low income families. the analysis suggests that the quality of the labor force can either increase or decrease depending on two crucial variables: the shape of the university sector's supply curve and the level of preparation to face university studies of the students who are targeted by the program vis-à-vis the non-targeted ones.
An imaging ethos? Um ethos imagético?  [cached]
Julio Pinto
Galáxia , 2009,
Abstract: An imaging ethos? — A possible correlation is made between Aristotelian rhetoric and Peirce's semiotics in an attempt to apprehend the circulation of images in contemporary society as a device to create an ethos from symbolic contents (logos) that are constitutive of social arguments. Este artigo aponta para uma possível correla o entre a retórica aristotélica e a semiótica de Peirce na tentativa de pensar a circula o de imagens na sociedade contemporanea como um dispositivo de cria o de ethos a partir de conteúdos simbólicos (logos) constituidores de argumentos sociais.
Development of University on-Campus Microcomputer Maintenance and Repair Policy: an Annual Review  [PDF]
George R. McMeen
Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences , 1988,
Abstract: 無 The University of Nevada-Reno with 9,100 students has microcomputers valued at $2.8 million which are used in 275 different courses by students who log over 368,000 hours of use per academic year. In the first year of implementation of an on campus microcomputer maintenance and repair policy, 1985-86, the University initially provided maintenance with a 5% and later 6% assessment of the purchase price of the equipment. This policy was evaluated at the end of six months and again at the closure of one year. Work orders numbered approximately 125 per month or a total of 1500 job requests during the first year of operation, with 63% of all repair work provided on campus. Details on the kinds of repairs and consultations requested are indicated for this time period. Consideration is given to generalized problems and concerns resulting from the execution of an institutional policy for microcomputer maintenance and the charges arising from this procedure.
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