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  1. CIPRIANI COLLEGE OF LABOUR AND COOPERATIVE STUDIES’ (CCLS’) ARTICULATION EXPERIENCE:Fuelling Higher Education Development • Abstract • Background and Significance • Review of Related Literature: • Theoretical Framework • Research Findings Methodology Research Questions • Action Research: Rationale • Sample • Data: • Accreditation History of CCLCS • Lecturers’ Responses • Observations • Discussion of Findings Implications and Recommendations • Conclusion

  2. BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE • Initial Mandate: (1966)- to equip students with professional training in courses that are relevant to the work place Associate Degrees CCLCS Certificates Diplomas • Courses: Examples • Labour Studies Public Relations • Cooperative Studies Security Administration Occupational Health and Project Management Safety • Human Resource Management

  3. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Rational Choice Scientific Management Critical Theory Human Relations Theoretical Framework Emotions Systems Theories Social Exchange Organisation Culture Model Situational Approaches Trait Theories

  4. RESEARCH FINDINGS • Higher education management is characterised by: • problem recognition and policy formulation • conflict resolution • evaluations of fiscal, faculty, support systems and organizational culture • planning and budgeting • use of technology • struggle between tradition and change • quality assurance initiatives • extra-regional concerns • lifelong learning • recruitment of excellent staff • search for synergy • research on academic development

  5. METHODOLOGY Research Action Research Action Participation

  6. DATA COLLECTION Previous Recommendations Accounts: Paper Evaluation On-site Evaluation Data Lecturers’ Responses Observation

  7. DISCUSSION OD Organisation Culture Theory Practice Emphasis Findings Rationality/ Emotionality Performance Appraisal Motivation Academic Standards Course Reviews

  8. IMPLICATIONS/ RECOMMENDATIONS COR. Eva. Ex. Comm. Comm. Dec. Acad. Dev Non-Ac. Dev. Dec. Art. Accr. Job D. Job Red. Mot. Perf. App. ResD. Libd. PD T2 T1

  9. CONCLUSION • Qualitative data has been used to generate a preliminary model of higher education development • Articulation may/ may not lead to Accreditation • Longitudinal research designs and data are needed to further evaluate and strengthen this preliminary model.