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ERIC Number: ED052340
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Jun
Pages: 145
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An Analysis of Selected Factors Relating to the Criteria and Procedures for Selection of Occupational Advisory Committee Members.
Wallace, Gordon Lee
The purpose of this study was to determine and analyze criteria and procedures used in the selection of occupational advisory committee members in Oregon community colleges. The existence of a common core of criteria and procedures for selecting occupational advisory committee members was investigated. Further, the relationship between an individual's level in the organization and his number of years of experience at selecting advisory committee members was related to this core. On-going committee member replacement practices were compared to practices followed in selecting a member for an initial committee, and information provided in the literature was compared to selection criteria and procedures actually being used. Finally, implications of selecting an advisory committee prior to employment of an instructor were considered. Based on data gathered by a questionnaire-interview procedure, a major conclusion was that there was no difference in the criteria used by all participants combined and those used by each respondent group in selecting occupational advisory committee members. (Author)
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Note: Ed.D. dissertation; Oregon State University