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ERIC Number: ED287425
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984
Pages: 313
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Non-Traditional and Interdisciplinary Programs. Selected Papers from the Annual Conference on Non-Traditional & Interdisciplinary Programs (2nd, Arlington, Virginia, June 27-29, 1984).
Fonseca, James W., Comp.
A total of 47 papers are presented from the George Mason University (Virginia) second annual conference on nontraditional, interdisciplinary, and external degree programs. Among the papers are authors are: "A Learning Theory Account of Walden University's Doctoral Instructional Program" (B. M. Austin); "Hospital Based Interdisciplinary Education for Health Science Majors" (R. L. Brathwaite, E. R. Logan); "Faculty Transitions from Traditional to Nontraditional Programs" (D. A. Davis); "Doctoral Studies for Part-Time Students in Leadership Positions: Developing Graduate Non-Traditional Programs" (J. A. Duncan, C. P. Ruch); "Learning across the Curriculum: Strategies and Dilemmas" (S. C. Ehrmann); "Computer Literacy for Educators: A New Model for Recruitment and Teacher Recertification" (S. L. Hancock, S. Q. Lee): "Evaluating Experiential Learning: The Portfolio" (W. Kemp, R. Smith, G. Van Sant); "Action Learning Concept as Applied to Management Education" (G. Korey, Y. Bogorya); "Scholar's in Uniform: Student Opinions of the Golden Gate University's Off-Campus Programs at Tidewater, Virginia" (D. H. Lydick); "Questions for Administrators of Experiential Learning Programs" (B. Mayo-Wells, R. W. Campbell); "Interinstitutional Articulation and the Nontraditional Student" (J. L. Mowrer); "Developing Access to Corporate Education Programs" (J. S. Pula); "Strategic Planning and Marketing of American External Degree Programs to the Third World Nations" (S. O. Otitigbe); "Marymount Manhattan College Center for Legal Studies: Certificate Program in Legal Studies for Management" (M. L. Rodgers); "Critical Reasoning Development and Mastery of Course Materials: Adjunct Faculty Perceptions on Assessing Students in a Competence-Based B.A. Program" (J. B. Scanlan); "Blending Liberal Arts and Professional Education for the Non-Traditional Student: A Program Mode" (B. W. Shank, M. A. Brenden); and "Quality Control Design: Matrix and Delta Charting for Success" (M. Stanton, A. C. Jones). (LB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: George Mason Univ., Fairfax, VA. Div. of Continuing Education.
Note: For other conference proceedings, see HE 020 884-887 and HE 020 907-908.