higher education security extends beyond traditional campus borders W r i t i n g

higher education security extends beyond traditional campus borders W r i t i n g

weStrategic Plan

[WLO: 1] [CLO: 6]

Prior to completing this assignment consult the recommended resources if needed.

Instructions: To complete this assignment, you will need to do the following:

Step 1: Identify a higher education issue or trend you have faced in the past or believe you will face at some point in your career.

Step 2: Provide a summary of the literature on the topic utilizing a minimum of five to seven resources. For each source, at a minimum, include:

  • A summary of the main points.
  • Any theories or theoretical frameworks used by the author(s).
  • If a study was conducted, the methods that were used.
  • If a study was conduct, a summary of the results. If the article is not based on a study, then present the articles key points.
  • An assessment of the article’s validity and reliability.
  • Conclusions made by the author(s).

Step 3: Outline a minimum of five objectives that you believe will adequately address the issue and improve institutional response.

Step 4: For each objective you must create two to three measures that indicate how a planning committee will know when an objective was achieved. Be sure to provide the source for the measure.

Waypoint Assignment Submission

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Texts

Clawson, D., & Page, M. (2011). The future of higher education: Framing 21st century social issues. Routledge.

  • The full-text version of this ebook is available through the RedShelf platform.

Kezar, A. (2013). How colleges change: Understanding, leading, and enacting change (1st ed.). Routledge.

  • The full-text version of this ebook is available through the RedShelf platform.

Articles

  • Bryman, A. & Lilley, S. (2009). Leadership researchers on leadership in higher education. Leadership, 5(3), 331-346. https://doi.org/10.1177/1742715009337764
  • Franklin, R. S. (2013). The roles of population, place, and institution in student diversity in American higher education. Growth and Change, 44(1), 30-53.
  • Rosenberg, G. (2011). Protecting the collar – higher education security extends beyond traditional campus borders. Campus Law Enforcement Journal, 41(6), 20-21.
  • Stukalina, Y. (2012). Addressing service quality issues in higher education: The educational environment evaluation from the students’ perspective. Technological & Economic Development of Economy, 18(1), 84-98.
  • Weisbrod, B. A., & Asch, E. D. (2010). The truth about the “crisis” in higher education finance. Change, 42(1), 23-29. https://doi.org/10.1080/00091380903449086

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