Journal of Applied Research in the Community College
This study provides community college leaders with insights regarding how administrators and faculty members perceive faculty portfolios as an evaluation tool in two-year colleges. Utilizing a qualitative design, this study focused on perceptions of administrators and faculty members regarding the use of portfolios as the primary instrument for faculty evaluation. Overall, faculty and administrators found portfolios useful when the process encouraged and allowed for faculty self-reflection and honest feedback from administrators.
Original Publication Citation
Sain, B., & Williams, M. R. (2009). An examination of the use of portfolios for faculty evaluation at community colleges. Journal of Applied Research in the Community College, 17(1), 56-59.
Sain, Becky and Williams, Mitchell R., "An Examination of the Use of Portfolios for Faculty Evaluation at Community Colleges" (2009). Educational Foundations & Leadership Faculty Publications. 39.