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NeVC: From Tenuous to Tenacious about Tenure Documentation

From Tenuous to Tenacious about Tenure Documentation-- This session will present a progression of understanding and the implementation strategies of interacting within the eXtension environment as it relates to tenure pursuit. The target audience is all people - administrators, educators and eXtension staff - who recognize the potential conflict of "working differently" against documenting scholarship traditionally and who aim to be part of the solution. This will be a first person account from a recent tenure packet submission that allows educators and administrators concerned with nuances of the tenure track to identify best practices and to avoid pitfalls in the context of working and publishing within eXtension. [Megan O’Neil, University of Maryland]

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