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Analyzing Faculty Work and Rewards: Using Boyer's Four Domains of Scholarship: New Directions for Institutional Research, Number 129

Analyzing Faculty Work and Rewards: Using Boyer's Four Domains of Scholarship: New Directions for Institutional Research, Number 129

John M. Braxton (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-787-98674-2

May 2006

128 pages

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All those involved in evaluating faculty work and the concomitant faculty rewards system will find this a useful volume Known for their thoughtful scholarship on this topic the chapter authors bring their diverse perspectives to bear on Boyer s four domains the scholarship of discovery the scholarship of application the scholarship of integration and the scholarship of teaching Individual scholars engage in each of these scholarships as their professional roles career stages and research goals change over time Understanding the unique characteristics of the four domains as well as how work in one domain connects with and influences work in another will give readers a map of the broad territory of scholarly activity and recognizes the legitimacy of each different intellectual contribution.

1 The public scholarship: reintegrating Boyer's four domains 7

2 Exploring the dimensions of the scholarship of teaching and learning: analytics for an emerging literature 21

3 Attitudinal and structural factors contributing to challenges in the work of the scholarship of teaching and learning 37

4 Using doctoral education to prepare faculty to work within Boyer's four domains of scholarship 51

5 Ideal and actual value patterns toward domains of scholarship in three types of colleges and universities 67

6 Encouraging multiple forms of scholarship in faculty reward systems: have academic cultures really changed? 77

7 State accountability policies and Boyer's domains of scholarship: conflict or collaboration? 97

"Individual chapters demonstrate how four domains are integrated by faculty engaged in public scholarship . . . " (Journal of Continuing Higher Education, Fall 2007)