Prof Sandra Jones, RMIT, has published a HERDSA Guide: Leading the Academy: distributed leadership in Higher Education.
15th September 2017Prof Sandra Jones, RMIT, has published a HERDSA Guide: Leading the Academy: distributed leadership in Higher Education. In launching the HERDSA Guide, Sandra spoke of her longstanding interest in shared leadership: “I am quite excited at its release as it gave me a chance to bring theory and our local empirical research together, with a set of resources for all”.This HERDSA Guide advocates a particular form of activity-based/practice-based leadership known as distributed leadership, which incorporates what are termed three new ‘Rs’ for leadership.• Respect for the expertise contributed by all employees• Recognition (and development) of the contribution of each employee• Reward for leadership performance undertaken to achieve change.
2nd August 2016
Two Educational Fellowship Scheme fellows are authors of a new ANU Press publication titled The Doubters’ Dilemma: Exploring student attrition and retention in university language and culture programs. You can access a PDF of the book here.
24th June 2016
HERDSA has published a HERDSA Occasional Publication The era of universal participation in higher education: Australian policy problems in relation to cost, equity and quality authored by Belinda Probert. The paper can be accessed here or downloaded for at http://herdsa.org.au/publications/Probert-era-universal-participation-higher-education. HERDSA invite you to share the paper with colleagues.