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|Title:||Aplicación del análisis de valor para una evaluación integral y objetiva del profesorado universitario|
Fernández Prada, Miguel A.
|Publisher:||Universitat Oberta de Catalunya|
|Citation:||Viñolas, Bernat; Aguado, Antonio; Josa, Alejandro; Villegas, Noé; Fernández Prada, Miguel A. (2009). "Aplicación del análisis de valor para una evaluación integral y objetiva del profesorado universitario". RUSC. Revista de Universidad y Sociedad del Conocimiento, 2009, Vol. 6, núm 2|
|Abstract:||The work of university lecturers is evaluated in very diverse areas: teaching, research, commitment to the university, etc. In most cases, each area is evaluated separately, even though they form part of the entirety of the lecturers' activities and obviously interact. For this reason, it is very useful to have an evaluation methodology which takes into consideration all the criteria as a whole. The aim of this article is to apply the MIVES model (integrated methodology of value for sustainable evaluation) for the selection of candidates for professorship. The aim of MIVES is to take into account all the different aspects involved in the normal activity of a lecturer, within the environment of the university itself as well as externally, in professional, academic and social areas. The MIVES system puts forward an integral structure for evaluation, using value functions to standardise the units of each of the defined criteria, and applying a system of peer comparison to assign a relative weight to each criterium. MIVES has been applied to qualify a lectureship with conclusions in agreement with the results of the aforementioned evaluated areas. This article discusses this methodology applied to a second process of qualification whose aim was to verify whether the model functions in another area of knowledge. The results obtained were consistent with those of the aforementioned evaluations.|
|Appears in Collections:||2009, vol. 6, n. 2|
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