Delivering on the Promise of High-Impact Practices: Research and Models for Achieving Equity, Fidelity, Impact, and Scale
Delivering on the Promise of High-Impact Practices: Research and Models for Achieving Equity, Fidelity, Impact, and Scale will be released by Stylus Publishing in July 2022. The book, co-edited by John Zilvinskis, Jillian Kinzie, Jerry Daday, Ken O'Donnell and Carleen Vande Zande, seeks to elevate examples from around the country of the ways educators are advancing equity, promoting fidelity, achieving scale, and strengthening assessment of their own local high-impact practices. Its chapters bring together the best current scholarship, methodologies, and evidence-based practices within the HIPs field, illustrating new approaches to faculty professional development, culture and coalition building, research and assessment, and continuous improvement that help institutions understand and extend practices with a demonstrated high impact. Several of the chapters are based on presentations given at previous HIPs in the States conferences.
You can learn more about the book, and purchase your own copy, on the Stylus Publishing’s website. Our HIPs in the States community can receive 20% off + Free Shipping by using the discount code DPHIP20 when purchasing the paperback or eBook editions through the Stylus website.
The co-editors also wish to provide two supplementary resources, available for download from this website, that are associated with the book.
- The first resource is a Volume Index, which offers a user‐friendly on‐ramp to the content of the book. The volume index maps the salient HIP topics, including student populations, HIP type, research and assessment method, level of implementation, institution type, and faculty development emphasis, addressed in each chapter. The intent is to help readers quickly find chapters and content that aligns with their HIP interests and to encourage exploration of new topics to advance their HIP practice and research.
- The second resource is a Comprehensive Reference List, reflecting scholarly work cited throughout the book and which informed the co-editors thinking in compiling the book.