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by Lynn McAlpine,Gerlese Akerlind

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ISBN:
0230227910
Author:
Lynn McAlpine,Gerlese Akerlind
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
Palgrave; 2010 edition (November 15, 2010)
Pages:
224 pages
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1197 kb
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1747 kb
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Becoming an Academic (Universities into the. GERLESE AKERLIND is Associate Professor and Director of the Centre for Educational Development and Academic Methods at The Australian National University

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Author Lynn McAlpine, Gerlese Akerlind. Pages 224. Year of production 2010. Becoming an Academic addresses the implications of the shifting higher education landscape for preparing new academics for their careers.

by Lynn McAlpine, Gerlese Akerlind. series Universities into the 21st Century.

Universities into the 21st Century GERLESE AKERLIND is Associate Professor and Director of the Centre for Educational.

Universities into the 21st Century.

But universities are currently in turmoil: mass redundancies and department closures have become routine. Once revered as ivory towers of learning, today’s universities are forced to regard their students as consumers and customers. They are required to be engines of economic development while maintaining comprehensive scholarly profiles.

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some universities in German areas became sympathet-. In this essay, we interrogate the role of academic freedom in the 21st century by describing its historical genesis in the modern university, its association with the concept of tenure, and how it is reinterpreted by different cultural and social contexts.

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Becoming an Academic addresses the implications of the shifting higher education landscape for preparing new academics for their careers. It focuses on the preparation of doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers and new academics in the social sciences – their experiences and perceptions of entering into and engaging in academic work. The scope and strengths of this book include:• the introduction of a conceptual framework for considering the complexity of academic practice and preparation for academic practice• a focus on the continuum of early career academics, from doctoral students through to newly appointed academics• the spanning of national boundaries in preparation for academia, across the UK, Australia, Canada and the US• the bringing together of a series of independent studies drawing on different literatures – representing amongst the authors an international body of research• a practical commentary from doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers and new academics on the relevance of different chapters to their own experience.