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1 Effectiveness of Clinical Faculty 62 REFERENCES Abrami, P. C., d Apollonia, S., Cohen, P. A. (1990). Validity of student ratings of instruction: What we know and what we do not. Journal of Educational Psychology, 82, Adams, D. A. (1992). The relationship between use of varying proportions of part-time faculty and full-time nursing faculty perceptions of workloads and collegial support (Doctoral dissertation, University of Maryland, 1992). Dissertation Abstracts International, 53, 07A. American Association of University Professors (2002a). The American Association of University Professors: Academic freedom for a free society. Retrieved May 7, 2002 from American Association of University Professors (2002b). The annual report on the economic status of the profession : Uncertain times. Retrieved May 7, 2002, from American Association of University Professors (2002c). Part-time and non-tenure track faculty. Retrieved May 7, 2002, from Armington, C. L., Reinikka, E. A., & Creighton, H. (1972). Student evaluation Threat of incentive? Nursing Outlook, 20, Barham, V. Z. (1965). Identifying effective behavior of the nursing instructor through critical incidents. Nursing Research, 14, Berger, A., Kirshtein, R. & Rowe, E. (2001). Institutional policies and practices: Results from the 1999 national study of postsecondary faculty (NSOPF: 99), Institution survey. Statistical analysis report. (Report No. NCES ). Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED457732) Bergman, K. & Gaitskill, T. (1990). Faculty and student perceptions of effective clinical students: An extension study. Journal of Professional Nursing, 6, Brown, S. T. (1981). Faculty and student perceptions of effective clinical teachers. Journal of Nursing Education, 20, Centra, J. A. (1994). The use of teaching portfolio and student evaluations for summative evaluation. Journal of Higher Education, 65, Clery, S. (1998). Faculty in academe. NEA Higher Education Research Center Update, 4 (4), 1-8.

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