ERIC Number: ED440271
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000-Apr
Reference Count: N/A
AERA Business Education and Information Systems Research SIG Proceedings (New Orleans, Louisiana, April 24-28, 2000).
American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC. Business Education and Information Systems Research Special Interest Group.
This document contains 1 conference paper abstract and 10 papers from a conference on business education and information systems research. The document begins with the abstract of the paper "The Relationships among Work-Based Learning Initiatives, Anticipated Benefits, and Stakeholder Involvement" (Bridget N. O'Connor). The remainder of the document consists of the full texts of the following papers: "Program Area Concerns of Beginning and Experienced Marketing Education Teachers" (Allen D. Truell); "Field Professionals' Demonstrated and Perceived Problems in Correspondence Writing" (Ellis A. Hayes); "Assessing the Effectiveness of Distance Education Versus Traditional On-Campus Education" (Shelia Yvonne Tucker); "Self-Directed Learning Resource Usage among Office Employees" (James E. Bartlett, II, Chadwick Higgins, and Courteney Kovacs); "Students' Perceptions of Business Education as a Career" (Charlene W. Sox); "Business Education Students' Worldview: Implications for Program Development in Regional Universities" (Mary H. Jackson and E. Ruth Carroll); "A Comparison of Secondary Business Education Students' Learning Styles with Their Teachers' Instructional Styles" (Wanda L. Stitt-Gohdes, Tena B. Crews, and Melinda McCannon); "Guided Practice vs. Independent Practice in Teaching Electronic Databases" (Michael L. McDonald and Rebecca Carpenter); "Brain Hemispheric Consensus and the Quality of Investment Decisions" (Michael Boyd); and "Incorporating the 4MAT Learning Style Model in Marketing Education" (Christy K. Anderson, Malinda Hendricks Green, Frank Nelson). (Most papers contain references.) (MN)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Beginning Teachers, Brain Hemisphere Functions, Business Communication, Business Education, Career Choice, Cognitive Style, Comparative Analysis, Conventional Instruction, Databases, Decision Making, Distance Education, Distributive Education, Education Work Relationship, Educational Needs, Educational Practices, Educational Research, Educational Resources, Independent Study, Information Systems, Investment, Learning Processes, Letters (Correspondence), Marketing, Models, Online Systems, Postsecondary Education, Program Development, Secondary Education, Student Attitudes, Student Surveys, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Surveys, Teaching Methods, Teaching Styles, Universities, Vocational Education Teachers, Writing (Composition)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC. Business Education and Information Systems Research Special Interest Group.