Innovation and Quality Management in Adult-Centered and Professional Higher Education
The Phoenix Institute1 published Assessment and Accountability Forum, a quarterly journal dedicated to Innovation and Quality Management in adult-centered and professional higher education from 1991 through 2002. We maintain access to these articles as a public service and because colleges and universities here and abroad are linked to them.
Popular Articles Selected from Archives
- Scriven, Michael & Sperling, John — Managing the Poor Performer in Learning Groups: An Interview
- Carnevalle, Anthony P. — Learning: The Critical Technology
- Braskamp, Larry & Ory, John C. — A New Perspective on Faculty Assessment
- Romer, Roy — Valued Added in Higher Education
- Tucker, Robert W. — Assessing the Virtual Classroom
- Murphy, John D. — Virtual Time Computer-Mediated Distance Learning Versus the Carnegie Model
- Finn, Chester, Jr. & Manno, Bruno — Behind the Emerald City's Curtain
- Sperling, John & Tucker, Robert — Adult-Centered Universities: Least-Cost Way to a World Class Workforce
- Palmer-Noone, Laura — Perceived Barriers to Innovation
- Nirenberg, John — Deconstructing Higher Education
- Hunt, Alan, J. — The Deconstruction of Higher Education
- Peck, Robert D. — An Interview With Morris T. Keeton
- Tucker, Robert W. — The Rhetoric of Quality
- Baldwin, Justin Miles — Funding Higher Education
- Close, Richard & Humphreys, Rob — View From the Financial Community
- Tucker, Robert W. — Less Than Critical Thinking, Parts I & II
- Lopez, Cecilia — Why We Need to Succeed
- Glick, Milton & Jones, Ruth — This Little Piggy Went to Market
- Spangehl, Stephen D. — Aligning Assessment, Academic Quality & Accreditation
- Ringel, Robert L. — Managing Change in Higher Education
- Bankirer, Marcia & Testa, Alec — Western Governors University
- Peck, Robert & Jones, Ruth — State Universities and Land Grant Colleges Speak Their Piece
- Tucker, Robert W. — From Mandarin Class to Market Player
Suggestions for articles, notices about upcoming conferences and reports of assessment projects are always welcome and we will consider placing suitable articles on this portion of the website.
However, InterEd and the Phoenix Institute have suspended publication of this print journal in favor of conducting seminars, executive retreats, and executive briefings as a means of conveying information consistent with InterEd's and the Institute's missions. If you have an article you want us to consider, consult the above articles for style, tone, and format.
Assessment and Accountability ForumArchives (1991-2002)
1The Phoenix Institute is a not-for-profit educational policy center funded by InterEd and other sources, including journal subscription fees.