Answered By: Pin Pin Yeo
Last Updated: May 26, 2016     Views: 42

The field for Intellectual Contribution is mainly for AACSB reporting and is relevant for LKCSB and SOA. Other schools can choose to use it or select Not Applicable.

Options are Basic or Discovery Scholarship; Applied or Integration/Application Scholarship; Teaching and Learning Scholarship.

If your publication is about teaching and learning, please select Teaching and Learning Scholarship.

Definitions:

  1. Basic or Discovery Scholarship that generates and communicates new knowledge and understanding and/or development of new methods. Intellectual contributions in this category are normally intended to impact the theory, knowledge, and/or practice of business and management.
  2. Applied or Integration/Application Scholarship that synthesizes new understandings or interpretations of knowledge or technology; develops new technologies, processes, tools, or uses; and/or refines, develops, or advances new methods based on existing knowledge. Intellectual contributions in this category are normally intended to impact the practice of business and management.
  3. Teaching and Learning Scholarship that develops and advances new understandings, insights, and teaching content and methods that impact learning behavior. Intellectual contributions in this category are normally intended to impact the teaching of business and management.

Source: AACSB. 2013, April 8. Eligibility Procedures and Accreditation Standards for Business Accreditation.

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