ERIC Number: ED439148
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1999-Nov
Reference Count: N/A
Sailing into the New Millennium: Charting the Course for Institutional Research. North East Association for Institutional Research Annual Conference Proceedings (26th, Newport, Rhode Island, November 13-16, 1999).
North East Association for Institutional Research.
This proceedings contains papers from the 1999 annual conference of the North East Association for Institutional Research. The papers are: (1) "A Marketing Research Program for Commuter Colleges" (Michelle S. Appel and Craig A. Clagett); (2) "Where Do I Start? Determining Institutional Information Needs beyond Mandated Reporting" (Michelle S. Appel and Craig A. Clagett); (3) "The Development of a Freshman Experience Survey" (Penny Blackwood and Jason Casey); (4) "Above the Bottom Line: Assessing Academic Through-Put by Means of Aggregate Course Hour Analysis" (Karl Boughan); (5) "What's in a Name Change? Using CIRP Data at a Transitional Two-Year College" (Stephen Cunningham); (6) "Institutional Researchers as Leaders in Policy: Perspective and Possibilities" (Anne Marie Delaney); (7)"Pre-College Characteristics and Freshman Year Experiences as Predictors of 8-year Academic Outcomes" (Jeffrey T. Gerken and J. Frederick Volkwein); (8) "Online Courses: Who's Taking Them, Why, and Are They Successful?" (Diane J. Goldsmith); (9) "Who Talks to Whom on Campus: Using a Survey of Staff Satisfaction with the Service of University Offices To Describe the Structure of Administrative Life" (James J. Hughes and William S. Stuart); (10) "The Effect of Expectations vs. Experience on Retention at Monroe Community College" (Suzanne M. Johnson); (11) "The Development of a Web-Based Survey: Survey Design to Data Analysis" (Heather A. Kelly); (12) "Electronic Fact Book: A Reality of Today" (Gurvinder K. Khaneja and Amarjit Kaur); (13) "The Analysis of the General Studies Curriculum at a Public Urban University: What Worked and What Did Not" (Arthur Kramer and Ansley W. LaMar); (14) "Measuring Student Success in Remedial Education Programs: A Case for Using a Modified Version of the Student Right To Know Methodology with Eight Criteria for Measuring Student Progress along the Way" (Marcia M. Lee); (15) "What Have Connecticut Public High School Graduates Been Doing and How Many of Them Will There Be? An Analysis of High School Graduates and Projection Data" (Qing Lin Mack); (16) "What Prevents the Development of Distance Learning in the Higher Education Market?" (Yuko Mulugetta and Abraham Mulugetta); (17) "Factors Associated with Retention in a Distance-Based Liberal Arts Program" (Mitchell S. Nesler); (18) "Including Transfer-Out Behavior in Retention Models: Using the NSLC Enrollment Search Data" (Stephen R. Porter); (19) "Implications of Age on Success in Computer-Based Remedial Education" (Michael K. Schuchert); (20) "Factors in Early College Academic Performance: Does Race Matter?" (William S. Stuart); (21) "The Mission of Institutional Research" (Stephen W. Thorpe); (22) "The Impact of Remedial Mathematics Courses on Student College-Level Mathematics Performance and Persistence" (Meihua Zhai and Jennie Skerl); and (23) "The Role of the Institutional Research Office in the Institutional Accreditation Self-Study Process" (Marianthi Zikopoulos and Christopher Hourigan). Each paper contains references. A listing of the conference program and the 1999 association membership roster are included. (Contains 65 tables and 8 figures.) (SLD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: North East Association for Institutional Research.