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ERIC Number: ED019070
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-May-5
Pages: 12
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Reference Count: 0
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THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION IN RELATION TO INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH, REPORT OF THE DRIVE-IN CONFERENCE (WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY, MAY 5, 1967).
RISLOV, SIGURD
INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH IN THE JUNIOR COLLEGE WAS CONSIDERED IN THREE ASPECTS. FIRST, A DESCRIPTION OF THE EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AT MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY LED TO 10 PRINCIPLES OF ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION--(1) A SMALL DIRECTORATE, (2) AN OVERVIEW OF ACADEMIC PROBLEMS, (3) ACCESS TO KEY FACULTY COMMITTEES, (4) COORDINATION OF EXISTING EXPERTISE, (5) PROVISION OF DISCRETIONARY FUNDS, (6) A GRANT AND PROJECT PROCEDURE, (7) FACULTY PARTICIPATION, (8) BUILT-IN EVALUATION, (9) REGULAR SUPPORT FOR SUCCESSFUL PROJECTS, AND (10) CONTINUING LIAISON. SECOND, ARTICULATION OF THE INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH PROGRAM WITH THE ENTIRE INSTITUTIONAL OPERATION WAS CONSIDERED IN TERMS OF THE SCOPE OF THE RESEARCH FUNCTION. THIRD, THE USE OF THE COLLEGE STUDENT QUESTIONNAIRES AND THE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL SCALES WAS DESCRIBED. EMPHASIS IN THE CONFERENCE WAS PLACED ON THE ORGANIZATION OF INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH WITH THE PURPOSE OF ASSISTING IN ATTAINMENT OF EDUCATIONAL GOALS OF THE STUDENT AND THE INSTITUTION. (WO)
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Authoring Institution: Wayne State Univ., Detroit, MI. Coll. of Education.
Identifiers: COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL SCALES; COLLEGE STUDENT QUESTIONNAIRES