ERIC Number: ED029831
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Jan
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Research Rates and Delimiters in the Wisconsin State Universities.
Holman, Paul Cameron
Fourteen hundred faculty members in 50 departments were questioned to determine the amount of formal research done each year in the nine Wisconsin State Universities. Responses revealing research productivity by department, amount of research done in teaching-learning (educational), percentage of faculty that do not engage in research because of lack of time, and percentage of faculty that do not engage in research because of lack of funds showed a very high correlation between low research productivity and lack of time, and a highly significant multiple correlation of low research productivity on lack of time and lack of funds (although there was almost no correlation between low research productivity and lack of funds). College faculties should be allowed more time (and therefore will need increased fund allotments) to carry on research which will help solve problems in education. (Author/SM)
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin State Univ., Stevens Point.
Identifiers: University of Wisconsin