ERIC Number: ED383896
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995-Apr
Reference Count: 0
AERA Business and Information Systems Research Special Interest Group Proceedings. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting (San Francisco, California, April 18-22, 1995).
Redmann, Donna H., Ed.
This document contains 11 papers: "Integrated English/Keyboarding Instruction: Potential for Contextual Learning" (Baker, Anderson-Yates); "Incorporating Industry-Based Skill Standards into High School Secretarial and Administrative/Information Services Programs" (Bunn, Schmidt, Stewart); "The Effect of Two Different Interfaces for Database Applications on Problem-Solving Activities" (Chen); "The Importance of Workplace Basics Competencies (SCANS) as Perceived by Beginning Business Teacher and Experienced Business Teachers" (Echternacht, Yang); "Word Processing Competencies" (Gatlin, Rogers, Kordsmeier); "Electronic Mail: Attitudes and Effective Writing" (Kandies, Schmidt); "A Foundation Skill: Composing at the Keyboard" (Joyner, Arnold, Schmidt, White); "Electronic Mail: Privacy and Ethical Issues" (Morse, Bialac, Kalishman); "The Effect of Structured Techniques on Group Decision-Making in the Undergraduate Business Communication Classroom" (Neal, Echternacht); "Analysis of Content and Research Design in the 'Delta Pi Epsilon Journal' and the 'NABTE [National Association of Business Teacher Educators] Review'" (Stitt-Gohdes); and "The Effect of Experience on Financial Causal Knowledge in Auditing" (Vaatstra, Blommaert, Boshuizen, Schmidt). Each article contains references. (KC)
Descriptors: Business Education, Competence, Competency Based Education, Databases, Decision Making Skills, Educational Research, Electronic Mail, Information Systems, Job Skills, Postsecondary Education, Problem Solving, Research Methodology, Secondary Education, Teaching Methods, Technological Advancement, Typewriting, Word Processing
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.
Note: For the 1993 proceedings, see ED 361 472.