ERIC Number: ED271579
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1986-Jul
Reference Count: 0
Ohio Continuing Higher Education Association Summer Conference. Proceedings (Mount Sterling, Ohio, July 23-25, 1986).
Ohio Continuing Higher Education Association.
Eleven presentations are provided from the summer conference of the Ohio Continuing Higher Education Association (OCHEA). A letter from the president of OCHEA, John R. Loch, appears first. These presentations follow: "Colleges and Corporations: Partners in Continuing Education" (Donna Bovard, Martha Silling); "Weekend Colleges: Serving Adults Innovatively" (Barbara Hanniford, et al.); "So You Thought You Wanted to Develop a Program for Prior Learning Credit?" (Dennis R. Parks, et al.); "Serving a Neglected Population: Continuing Education for University Support Staffs" (Gay B. Hadley, Jan P. Eriksen); "New Options for Older Workers: A Successful Model Program" (Pauline Russell, et al.); "More Efficient Municipal/County Administration through a Series of Management Courses" (Leon H. Albert); "The Role of the Ohio Humanities Council in Continuing Education" (Charles C. Cole, Jr.); "Technology Transfer and the Two-Year College" (Charles Alter); "Revenue Allocation for Revenue Generated from Training Programs and Workshops" (David Ballinger, et al.); "Tips from OCHEA: Tested Ideas, Procedures, and Services" (Ferris F. Anthony, John R. Loch); and "Increasing Parttime Faculty Effectiveness through Your Faculty Development Program" (Roseann Parks, Linda Dixon). (YLB)
Descriptors: Colleges, Continuing Education, Credits, Educational Innovation, Experiential Learning, Faculty Development, Higher Education, Job Search Methods, Job Training, Management Development, Nontraditional Education, Older Adults, Part Time Faculty, Program Development, Public Administration, Public Administration Education, Resource Allocation, School Business Relationship, Technology Transfer, Two Year Colleges, Unemployment, Weekend Programs
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Ohio Continuing Higher Education Association.