It Works for Us, Collaboratively!
|Title:||It Works for Us, Collaboratively! : Shared Tips for Effective Collaboration|
|Author:||Hal Blythe & Charlie Sweet|
"Collaborating is a highly effective skill we develop and use throughout our lives … until we become faculty." Thus the authors begin their journey into yet another in their popular "It Works" series that include:
Everyone in the following pages—the authors’ collaborators—has found some area of academia that has been improved through the use of collaboration. The book begins by presenting some general tips about collaboration, then moves to more specific experiences: faculty-faculty, faculty-student, and faculty-community. Those areas are broken down into designing and teaching classes, writing for publication, developing learning communities, and university-community partnerships.
The emphasis in this book, as well as in the authors’ previous three in the series, is on the practical, not the theoretical. The various authors share real-world academic experiences that have truly worked for them and others.
If you have read Hal Blythe and Charlie Sweet’s other titles in the "It Works" series, you know you will profit from this new title. If you have not, now is the time to begin!
Hal Blythe and Charlie Sweet have each won the prestigious Acorn Award, which is annually presented to the best college professor in the state of Kentucky.
|About the Author:||
Hal Blythe, Ph.D., is a Foundation Professor of English at the Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY. He has authored three non-fiction books dealing with writing and over 100 critical scholarly articles. He has ghost-written over 30 Mike Shayne novellas and over 100 short stories in popular magazines to include Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine and Woman's World. He also has produced seven television scripts for EKU-TV's Keys to Communication Series, and over 25 articles in Writer's Digest dealing with pedagogy.
Charlie Sweet, Ph.D., is a Foundation Professor of English at Eastern Kentucky University. He formerly taught at Florida State University.
|Details:||2006 [ISBN: 1-58107-118-3; 144 pages; 7 1/4 x 9 3/4 inch; softcover]|