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245 04 The academic gateway :|bunderstanding the journey to 
       tenure /|cedited by Timothy M. Sibbald, Victoria Handford.
263    1704. 
264  1 Ottawa, Ontario :|bUniversity of Ottawa Press,|c2017. 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |gMachine generated contents note:|gSection I|tEditors' 
       Preface -- Late Tenure-Track --|g1.|tOn the Tenure-Track: 
       Navigating Research, Teaching, and Service 
       Responsibilities in a U15 Institution /|rFrank Deer --|g2.
       |tMeet Jill -- She Fell Down the Hill but Came Back up 
       Again: Struggling with Mental Illness While on the Path to
       Tenure /|rJoan M. Chambers --|g3.|tRe-Locating: Moving 
       Between the Field and the University /|rLee Anne Block --
       |g4.|tBelonging Differently: Immigration, Identity, and 
       Tenure-Track /|rCecile Badenhorst --|g5.|tThree-Headed 
       Monster /|rGreg Rickwood --|gSection II|tEditors' Preface 
       -- Tenure-Track Collaboration --|g6.|tWomen Reflect on 
       Becoming an Academic: Challenges and Supports /
       |rMemorial's Education Writing Group --|g7.|tI Think You 
       Are Ambivalent: The Realities of Indigenous Scholarship in
       Mainstream Universities /|rTrish Rosborough --|g8.
       |tDynamic Duet: Fluid Mentorship and Holistic Co-Teaching 
       /|rCam Cobb --|gSection III|tEditors' Preface -- Mid-
       Tenure-Track --|g9.|tPractitioner to Academic: A 
       Composition of Transitions /|rTimothy M. Sibbald --|g10.
       |tSurviving and Thriving in the First Years of Tenure-
       Track: A Journey Through France, Spain, and Quebec /
       |rMargarida Romero --|g11.|tFor Academy's Sake: A Former 
       Practitioner's Search for Scholarly Relevance /|rLloyd 
       Kornelsen --|g12.|tTransitioning to the Academic Tenure-
       Track at Mid-Career: Exploring Adaptive and Maladaptive 
       Responses to Challenges and Adversity /|rPeter Milley --
       |gSection IV|tEditors' Preface -- Early Tenure-Track --
       |g13.|tFrom There to Here /|rVictoria (Tory) Handford --
       |g14.|t"Ten-Year Road" to Tenure: A Personal Narrative of 
       the Beginning Phases of the Journey /|rGreg Ogilvie --
       |g15.|tProfessor, Student, Mother: Can You Have It All? /
       |rKathy Snow --|g16.|tJust Today and Just Tomorrow: 
       Building Capacity on the Tenure-Track in New Brunswick /
       |rLyle Hamm. 
520    "The Academic Gateway: Understanding the Journey to Tenure
       investigates the experiences of professors employed in 
       tenure-track positions who are starting their career 
       within a university environment, but have not attained the
       affirmation and permanence that tenure offers. The role 
       that they have taken entails the preparation of students 
       within a professional school. Some of them have very 
       limited professional experience, while others bring 
       multiple years of experience with them in their transition
       to a faculty of education. The contributors explicitly 
       speak to the three key components of their faculty role: 
       teaching, service, and research. They address 
       organizational structures and differences relative to 
       prior roles that have assisted, confused or required 
       changes to the way they conduct their day-to-day work. 
       They speak about relevant prior experiences, the 
       preparation they received through graduate school, and the
       details of the learning curve as they entered into their 
       tenure track role. Have they been successful? The reader 
       will experience the same uncertainty and anticipation 
       every professor goes through during their journey to 
       tenure. This approach amplifies the realism of not knowing
       whether issues that are spoken about will ultimately be 
       overcome and enhances the validity by not biasing the 
       contributions towards those who expect success."--
       |cProvided by publisher. 
650  0 College teachers|xTenure|0
       /names/n79007233|vCase studies.|0
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 Case studies.|2fast|0 
655  7 Case studies.|2lcgft|0
700 1  Sibbald, Timothy,|d1966-|0
700 1  Handford, Victoria,|d1957-|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|tAcademic gateway.:|dOttawa, Ontario : 
       University of Ottawa Press, 2017|w(CaOONL)20179021141. 
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       db=nlebk&AN=1579373|zView online 
990    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
       Collection - North America|c2019-01-11|yAdded to 
       collection netlibrary.academicna|5OHN 

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