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SCHOLARLY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP SERIES

Consultations to Faculty Groups

"I love how these two workshops got everyone talking and collaborating on scholarly projects."Faculty Participant, Sacred Heart University

"This first workshop re-inspired me for scholarly work at the perfect time. It gave me a goal to meet, a deadline for making progress with my scholarly product, and made me aware of what other faculty were doing. During the second workshop, I got to see how the ideas of some flourished and heard about others who had pitfalls. It's a great idea to share about our research and partnerships." Faculty Participant, Rhode Island College
What is a Scholarly Development Workshop Series? To boost your faculty group's scholarly productivity, a 2-3 workshop series is a great way to start. These sequenced sessions are customized to give participants the support, skills and self-confidence to turn their everyday activities into scholarship. In the first workshop, participants get hands-on experience with best scholarly practices and identify a scholarly goal. Between sessions, colleague-partners support each other's efforts. In later workshops, self-reports document progress and new best practices are introduced to maximize participants' scholarly gains.
What can a Scholarly Development Workshop Series do for faculty participants?
Evaluation feedback confirms that workshop series sessions:
How does a Series allow administrators to measure return on investment ?
Three outcomes from sequenced sessions are measures of return on investment:
How does K T H Consulting customize sequenced sessions to fit a faculty group?
There's only one way: I get guidance from an informed insider(s) with their finger on the scholarly pulse of their faculty group. Liaisons may be a leader, a faculty colleague, or a faculty committee. Liaisons are actively engaged in all phases of the consultation from exploration to implementation to assessment: