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Dayton, John – Journal of Law and Education, 1993
Responds to an article by Mark Jaffee and Kenneth Kersch published in the Summer 1991 issue of the "Journal of Law and Education." Argues that the judicial role is often necessary but not sufficient to achieve fiscal equity and that, ultimately, the electorate must be educated and persuaded of the value of public school funding reform.…
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Court Role, Educational Equity (Finance), Elementary Secondary Education
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Marks, Kenneth E. – Resource Sharing & Information Networks, 2005
This paper presents a case study about the process of cooperating with a commercial vendor on a new product for library inventory.
Descriptors: Vendors, Case Studies, Library Administration, Library Development
Kelly, Anthony E., Ed.; Lesh, Richard A., Ed. – 2000
This book attempts to clarify the nature of principles that govern the effective use of merging new research designs in mathematics and science education. A primary goal is to describe several of the most important types of research design that have been pioneered recently by mathematics and science educators, have distinctive characteristics when…
Descriptors: Education Majors, Educational Change, Elementary Secondary Education, Mathematics Education
Marks, Kenneth E., Comp. – 1972
This document represents a substantial attempt to survey the literature of labor negotiations as it relates to the faculty in higher education. Works are included that provide a history of collective bargaining in the U.S. and the evaluation of the laws governing labor relations. The pros and cons on the applicability of various bargaining…
Descriptors: Collective Bargaining, College Faculty, Employer Employee Relationship, Faculty
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Marks, Kenneth E. – North Carolina Libraries, 1992
Proposes a model for creating a technology program that provides a framework for achieving a more effective utilization of new technology in libraries. Topics discussed include environmental requirements; personnel; user needs; technologies, including standards for hardware and software; budgets; costs; maintenance; supplies; training; and…
Descriptors: Budgets, Computer Software, Costs, Library Administration
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Marks, Kenneth E; And Others – College and Research Libraries, 1991
Describes a study that evaluated the determinants of price increases of scientific journals over time from a variety of publishers, disciplines, and countries. It was found that inflation and greater journal length explained most price increases, and that journal prices from commercial publishers increased much more rapidly than those from…
Descriptors: College Libraries, Costs, Foreign Countries, Higher Education
Marks, Kenneth E.; Nielsen, Steven – Computers in Libraries, 1991
Discusses cabling that is needed in local area networks (LANs). Types of cables that may be selected are described, including twisted pair, coaxial cables (or ethernet), and fiber optics; network topologies, the manner in which the cables are laid out, are considered; and cable installation issues are discussed. (LRW)
Descriptors: Library Automation, Local Area Networks
Marks, Kenneth E.; And Others – Computers in Libraries, 1993
This special section on local area networks includes three articles: (1) a description of migration at Joyner Library, East Carolina University (North Carolina) to a new network server; (2) a discussion of factors to consider for network planning in school libraries; and (3) a directory of companies supplying cable, hardware, software, and…
Descriptors: College Libraries, Computer Software, Computer System Design, Elementary Secondary Education
Marks, Kenneth E.; Nielsen, Steven P. – Computers in Libraries, 1992
Systems librarians who are LAN administrators have diverse and complex responsibilities. Besides needing the capacity to install and maintain hardware and software in a constantly changing technical environment, they must be effective trainers for a wide variety of users, be able to communicate with other departments, and manage their time…
Descriptors: Administrator Responsibility, Computer Terminals, Consultants, Information Networks