ERIC Number: ED451405
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999
Reference Count: N/A
Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference Book of Readings (1999).
Delta Pi Epsilon Society, Little Rock, AR.
This publication contains 22 refereed research papers, 4 refereed action research and classroom application papers, and 3 research training papers from a national conference on promoting excellence in research and teaching for business. The research papers are "Analysis of Executives' Written Documents" (Jennings, Vice); "Assessment of International Students Enrolled in an Information Systems Technologies Baccalaureate Degree Program" (Evans, Sinha); "Association Between Students' Attitudes Regarding Content Areas in an Information Systems Technologies Curriculum and Their Computer Background" (Henry, Davis, Gonzenbach); "Comparing the Return Rate, Speed, and Quality of E-mail and Postal Mail Survey Delivery Methods in a Business Education Setting" (Truell, Goss); "Comparison of Computer Workforce Skills" (Vitier, Joyner); "Comparison of the Diskette Survey Responses and Paper and Pencil Survey Responses on Self-Directed Learning Instruments with Business Educators" (Bartlett, Kotrlik); "Comparison of Student Performance Outcomes" (Willis, Joyner); "Computer Applications Software Skills Students Bring to College Level Introductory Computer Classes" (McDonald); "Computer Competencies of High School Students" (Arosteguy, Bartholome); "Effect of Human Resource Training and Development Programs on Restaurant Turnover Rate" (Wen, Truell); "Employability Skills Required for 21st Century Jamaican Workers" (Anderson, Williams-Myers); "Exploring the Relationships Between Organizational Culture and Self-Learning Among Office Employees" (Bartlett, Higgins, Kovacs);"International Business Education" (Zeliff, Herbers, Meyers, Sly); "Latent Sources of Computer Self-Efficacy" (Smith-Weber); "Meeting the Technology Staff Needs of Elementary Teachers" (Crews, McCannon); "Most Common Grammatical Errors Made by Undergraduates as Perceived by Business Communication Professors by Years of Teaching" (McCannon, Crews); "Pacific Rim Business Students' Perceptions of Six Representative English-Language Accents" (Scott, Green, Rosewarne, Neal); "Status of Ethics Instruction in Marketing Education" (Truell); "Structure of Program of Study Where Plateaus Were Encountered in Court Reporting Skillbuilding Classes" (Sheets); "Student Attitudes Toward and Evaluation of Internet Instruction" (Truell); "Teaching Concerns of Traditionally and Alternatively Certified Marketing Educators" (Truell); "Technology and Workplace Skills Needed for Entry-Level Employment in the 21st Century Workplace" (Wiedmaier, Roberts); and "Training Needs of State Government Secretarial Employees" (Redmann). The action research and classroom application papers are "Challenges and Opportunities Associated with Internet-Based Instruction in Business Education Classrooms" (Truell); "Generating Realistic Business Data Instantly" (Chen, Wong); "Increasing Organizational Productivity through the Implementation of Virtual Teams" (Spataro, Spataro); and "Teaching Business Problem Solving with Database Management Applications" (Chen, Ray). The research training papers are "Documenting a Research Article" (Scott); "Illustrating a Research Article" (Arosteguy); and "Let's Get Serious About Conducting Action Research" (Bronner). (YLB)
Descriptors: Action Research, Business Communication, Business Education, Citations (References), Computer Literacy, Computer Uses in Education, Court Reporters, Data Collection, Dialect Studies, Distance Education, Educational Research, Electronic Mail, Employment Potential, Ethical Instruction, Foreign Students, Higher Education, Independent Study, International Trade, Internet, Job Skills, Labor Force Development, Labor Turnover, Learning Plateaus, Office Occupations Education, Organizational Climate, Postsecondary Education, Research Reports, Secondary Education, Self Efficacy, Staff Development, Standards, Student Attitudes, Surveys, Test Construction, Writing Attitudes, Writing for Publication, Writing Skills
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Delta Pi Epsilon Society, Little Rock, AR.