Supporting job design for academics in ADUsProject Complete on the 21 June 2017
Exploring workload models and performance metrics for academic developers
The phases of this project are:
Phase 1: Jul-Sep 2013
Small scale systematic literature review focusing on workload models and reference to academic development units
Ethics application submitted
Identification and collation of key documents in relation to work planning (enterprise agreement, HR policy, promotion application forms etc) from each institution for document analysis
Collation of existing workload models/planning tools from institutions
Phase 2:Oct -Dec
Document analysis undertaken
Interviews with key stakeholders
Analysis of key issues identified in documents
Compliation of key findings
Phase 3: Jan – Mar
Development of workload framework for academic developers
Update at CADAD – Presentation and discussion
Phase 4: Apr – Jun
Development of outputs
- CADAD Requirements and Reporting
The project team will report briefly on the progress of the project at the October meeting of CADAD at Flinders University.
- At the conclusion of the project, the team will be asked to provide an update report at the next scheduled CADAD meeting.
- A paper will need to be prepared to be published on the CADAD website about the project, process and outcomes of your investigation.
- A project-related publication in refereed journals is strongly encouraged. We ask that all publications and presentations related to the project acknowledge CADAD’s support of this project.
These requirements will ensure a contribution to the scholarship of academic development and an increased profile for CADAD as a contributor to this goal.