ERIC Number: ED129149
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Reference Count: 0
Report Card on Enrollment Projections and Other Selected Papers. Third Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Association for Institutional Research.
Brown, Charles I., Ed.
The major theme of Report Card 1 is enrollment projections. Reports in this section include: Barwick and Stafford's "Statewide Enrollment Projections for North Carolina, 1975-80"; Reiman's "Assumption-Based Model for Developing Institutional Enrollment Projections"; Rajasekhara's "Enrollment Projection," dealing with alternative methods; Nichols'"Enrollment Projection Procedures at Concord and Bluefield State Colleges;" and Chapman's "Institutional Enrollment Projections: High School Surveys." Report Card 2 includes Fry's "Research Tool for the Study of Student Progression and Non-Retention," and Council's "Student Retention and Graduation at North Carolina State University." Report Card 3 covers new ideas and approaches in the process of development, formulation, and experimentation for institutional research practitioners. It includes: Fry's "Mechanism for Studying Campus-Wide Rooms and Building Utilization and Availability"; Montgomery's "How to Succeed in Institutional Research by Really Trying"; Reiman's "Proposed Methodology for Use of the UCE-UCLA Survey for Entering Freshmen as a Tool for Long-Range Planning"; Reiman and Hubbard's "Experimental Instrument for Evaluating the Performance of College and University Administrators"; and Uhl and Pratt's "Importance of Local Validation in Using Standardized Tests for Institutional Research." (Author/LBH)
Descriptors: Administrator Evaluation, College Freshmen, Conference Reports, Educational Demand, Educational Planning, Enrollment Projections, Facility Utilization Research, Higher Education, Institutional Research, Models, School Holding Power, Standardized Tests, Statewide Planning, Test Validity
Office of Institutional Research, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina 27834
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: North Carolina Association for Institutional Research.