Foreword by L. Dee Fink.- O. Neisler: Introduction.- Regional Academy Development Historical Perspectives: D. Chalmers, K.
Fraser: Australian Academic Professional Development Centres: Sixty Years of Evolution.- F. Khouri: Perspectives on Faculty
Development in Latin American Universities: The Emergence of Academic Professional Development Centers (ADC).- Y. Fan: The
Past, Present and Future of Faculty Development in China Based on Multiple-Scholarship for Cultivating Creative Talents.-
C. Kingsbury, M. Calvert, M. Omingo: Africa: The Evolution of Faculty Development in East Africa: A Tale of 3 Transformation
Stories.- One Conceptual Model from the Field: L. B. Nilson: Imagining the Ideal Academic Professional Development Center:
An Attainable, Fact-Based Vision.- Mission Differences Lead to Structural Differences: I. Novodvorsky, E. Marchello, L. Elfring:
Assessment Work in an Academic Professional Development Center.- S. Sgoutas-Emch: Implementing Academic Professional Development
Strategies to Support Spiritual and Values-based Enagement.- N. Mohammed Al Wardy, R. Al Al Abri: Needs Analysis Leads to
Sustainability: Development of a Medical Education and Informatics Department in the College of Medicine and Health Sciences,
Sultan Qaboos University.- K. S. Vitale, N. S. Niemi: Tectonic Plates of American Higher Education: Yale's Poorvu Center and
a Multiplicity of Missions.- T. R. Smith, B. Macfarlan: Structural Changes Over 3 Years: Evolution of 3 Models to Support
Learning and Teaching in a Large Research-intensive University.- Differences in Theoretical Foundations: H. Glasbeck: Learn
Academy: A Theory-based Framework for Designing Programs to Stimulate Deep Learning.- B. Atkins, C. Ferguson, J. Oliveira,
s. Stokes, S. L. Forbes: Theoretical Foundations for Online and Hybrid Faculty Development Initiatives.- A. Soisson: Mission
Aligned Teaching Center Initiative: A Shift Toward Inclusive Excellence.- Differences in Center Governance and Funding: G.
Mettetal, C A. Schult: At the Heart of the Campus: A Faculty-led Teaching and Learning Center.- T. Gray, L. Madson, M. Iommi:
A Member-driven, Donor-supported Academic Professional Development Center: The New Mexico State University Teaching Academy.-
E. R. Smith, C. A. Davis: Faculty Leadership in Academic Professional Development Centers: A Case of Three Directors.- Student
Focus and/or Student Involvement as a Major Focus.- T. Lowe: The Centre for Student Engagement: A Research and Development
Centres for Students, Faculty and Staff at the University of Winchester.- A. Signorini, C. A. Pohan, J. Zimmermann: Undergraduates
Partner With Faculty in the Assessment of Teaching and Learning: A Program Design Model.- H. Keith, C. Fabrey, S. Eddy: A
Holistic Approach to Student and Faculty Success: Careers, Advising and Teaching.- Centers Based on Partnerships and Collaboration:
M. A. Parker, T. Pashby: Creating Through International Partnership: A Faculty Development Center in a Pakistan University.-
T. Khamis, Z. Salim: Quality Teaching and Learning: A Networked Approach Across Pakistan and East Africa.- E. Bengu, F. N.
Seggie: Using Student Research Data to Shape the Teaching and Learning Activities of a New Center in Turkey.- J. Cofer, D.
Domizi, M. Smitherman, J. Bishop, R. McRae: Collaborative Faculty Development.- B. Draude, T. Brinthaupt, S. Otto: The Making
of the Learning, Teaching, and Innovative Technologies Center: Building upon an Internal Partnership Foundation.- Strategies
for Building Community: L. C. Hodges, P. McDermott: Building Community from Faculty Development to Pedagogical Innovation
and Beyond.- J. Keys, A. Goke-Pariola: A Holistic Version of Faculty Excellence: Creating Sustainable Programming that Expands
Community, Infrastructure, and Capacity.- Y. Qiu: Promoting the Culture of Teaching Excellence in a Chinese Research University.-
S. E. Clemans: Building Community and Supporting Mentors in a Dispersed College for Adult Learners.- A. Atwell, C. Cottom:
Virtual Faculty Learning Communities.- T. Al Barwani, O. Neisler: Planting Seeds of Campus-wide Conversation on Teaching and
Learning at the Sultan Qaboos University.- Certification Program Examples: J. Brouwer, R. in't Veid: Achieving Certification
and Innovation Simultaneaously: Educational Leadership for Senior Faculty at a Research University in the Netherlands.- C.
E. Garrett, C. A. Draper: Higher Education Faculty Certificate Program: Foundations of Reflective Teaching.- S. Dias: Preparing
Future Faculty: Developing Inclusive, Future-focused Educators and an Adaptive Program.- D. Verpoorten, F. Jerome, L. Leduc,
C. Delfosse, P. Detroz: Diversity and Coherence: Continuum of Staff Development Actions Around a Common Core.- ADC and Faculty
Research About Teaching and Learning: P. Haishao, Z. Yeye: Needs Analysis Research Leads Faculty Development Programs.- A.
Divan, P. Taylor, A. Jackson, R. Hallett: Critical Reflection on Organizational Practice in a UK University Through Scholarship
of Teaching and Learning.- Y. Fan: Systematic Changes: Impact of Double Helix Collaboration Toward Innovation in Student Centered
Teaching and Learning.- Examples of Center Impact Research: G. T. Bilbow: Change in Practice: Achieving a Cultural Shift in
Teaching and Learning Through a Theory of Change.- R. Svaricek, I.Prochazkova , J. A. Vanderziel, K. Sedova: Developing Beginning
University Teacher's Pedagogical Competencies Through a Professional Development Program.- R. Garcia, H. Turra, B. Moya: From
Workshops to Impact Evaluation.- The Case of a Chilean Center for Teaching Development and Innovation.- Y. Ding, Y. Gao: Extending
International Collaboration to Certify High Quality Online Teaching in Higher Education.