But Can They Teach? In Praise of College Professors Who Publish.
by Robert A. McCaughey — 1993
Suggests that highly scholarly active faculty exist in substantial numbers on select college campuses and that such faculty are more likely to be perceived as effective teachers than faculty who are not scholarly active. Presents some findings from an ongoing reseach project as an argument about faculty priorities. (Source: ERIC)
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