Teaching, Research and the Canadian Professoriate: Findings from the 2018 APIKS survey

Higher Education Forum Volume 17 Page 25-41 published_at 2020-03
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Title ( eng )
Teaching, Research and the Canadian Professoriate: Findings from the 2018 APIKS survey
Stephenson Grace Karram
Jones Glen A.
Bégin-Caouette Olivier
Metcalfe Amy Scott
Source Title
Higher Education Forum
Volume 17
Start Page 25
End Page 41
Journal Identifire
[PISSN] 2432-9614
[NCID] AA1187795X
This paper presents the Canadian findings from the 2018 APIKS study focusing on the teaching-research nexus. The online, bilingual survey was administered to full-time professors at 64 provincially-funded universities in Canada between October 2017 and June 2018 (n=2968). Findings suggest the majority of full-time, tenure-steam professors prefer both teaching and research and are engaged in both throughout the academic year. These findings are considered in light of broader changes in Canadian higher education including enrolment expansion, the increasing valorization of research, the development of new categories of academic labour, and the growth in precarious contract employment.
Canadian higher education
post-secondary education
precarious labour
research production
university teachers
The authors acknowledge the financial support provided by the Ontario Human Capital Research and Innovation Fund (OHCRIF), administered by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, to develop this publication.
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Research Institute for Higher Education, Hiroshima University
Date of Issued 2020-03
Publish Type Version of Record
Access Rights open access
Source Identifier
[ISSN] 2432-9614
[ISBN] 978-4-86637-024-8
[NCID] AA1187795X