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Resources for faculty, instructional, and organizational development (pp. 193–204). Bolton, MA: Anker. Sorcinelli, M. , & Austin, A. E. (2006). Developing faculty for new roles and changing expectations. Effective Practices for Academic Leaders, 1(11), 1–16. Sorcinelli, M. , Austin, A. , Eddy, P. , & Beach, A. L. (2006). Creating the future of faculty development: Learning from the past, understanding the present. Bolton, MA: Anker. Tiberius, R. G. (2001). A brief history of educational development: Implications for teachers and developers.
Nilson & J. E. ), To improve the academy: Vol. 26. Resources for faculty, instructional, and organizational development (pp. 106–118). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Rice, R. E. (2007). It all started in the sixties: Movements for change across the decades—a personal journey. In D. R. Robertson & L. B. ), To improve the academy: Vol. 25. Resources for faculty, instructional, and organizational development (pp. 3–17). Bolton, MA: Anker. Rice, R. , Sorcinelli, M. , & Austin, A. E. (2000). Heeding new voices: Academic careers for a new generation.
2006). , 2006). The 1990s was the Age of the Learner. In a dramatic paradigm shift, the focus of teaching and instructional development moved from what had been a singular focus on the development of the pedagogical expertise and platform skills of teachers (the “sage on the stage”) to include a focus on student learning (teachers as the “guide on the side”). , 2006). This decade also saw a profusion of new, more complex options and resources o v e r v i e w o f f a c u lty d evelo pment 7 for initiatives in faculty, instructional, and organizational development.