Assessing Community Partnership Perceptions of Impact in Your Public Scholarship
Impact and significance are two essential criteria for the documentation of scholarship. For faculty engaged in teaching, research or public service that falls within the purview of public scholarship, documenting impact and excellence requires additional planning and creativity. In this session, join Dr. Elee Wood, Associate Professor, Public Scholar of Museums, Families, and Learning, and Director of the Museum Studies Program, to discuss how to effectively document impact and significance in public scholarship using feedback solicited from community partners. As part of the discussion, Dr. Wood will share a tool she developed, and successfully deployed in her own tenure case, to assess community partner perceptions of project and collaboration impacts.
- Thursday March 23, 2017 12:00 PM
- Thursday March 23, 2017 01:30 PM
- Indiana Arts and Humanities Institute, UL 4115 S
- Mary Price
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