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ERIC Number: ED083967
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Nov-30
Pages: 25
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A Study of Community Services Development and Potential in Seattle Area Community Colleges with Implications for Informational Systems.
Raines, Max R.
A taxonomy for use in data gathering was developed and adapted. There are three types of activity in community service programs: (1) those designed to assist community members who are seeking to improve their own lives, (2) those designed to assist existing community organizations in establishing cooperative alliances to meet community-wide needs, and (3) those designed to procure or coordinate the human and material resources required to implement an effective program. A designated administrator from each of 12 colleges rated the scope and quality of current implementations of community services functions in their respective colleges. Responses are given in tabular form. Faculty response focused on the degree of relevance faculty members might assign to various functions. These responses are also given in tabular form. Results indicate that conditions for increasing development of community services are favorable. (CK)
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