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Coakley, Carroll B. – Business Education Forum, 1979
Presents a cooperative education model that correlates the student's occupational objective with his/her training station. Components of the model discussed are (1) the task analysis, (2) the job description, (3) training plans, and (4) student evaluation. (LRA)
Descriptors: Cooperative Education, Experiential Learning, Guidelines, Occupational Information
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LaDuca, Tony – Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 2006
In the Spring 2005 issue, Wang, Schnipke, and Witt provided an informative description of the task inventory approach that centered on four functions of job analysis. The discussion included persuasive arguments for making systematic connections between tasks and KSAs. But several other facets of the discussion were much less persuasive. This…
Descriptors: Criticism, Task Analysis, Job Analysis, Persuasive Discourse
This document contains three papers on key skills and competencies and human resource development (HRD). "Career Related Competencies" (Marinka A.C.T. Kuijpers) reports findings from surveys completed by Dutch employees who identified these issues: self-reflection is more important than career control; age and gender influence attitude…
Descriptors: Adult Development, Adult Learning, Age, Career Choice
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Gretton, Linda Burak – Business Communication Quarterly, 2009
The current pharmaceutical industry, whose origins date from the early 20th century, and the biotechnology industry, which emerged in the 1980s both have foundations built on the modern scientific method and share a mission to develop new drugs for humans and animals. At the same time, they are also made distinct by size (small biotechs versus…
Descriptors: Figurative Language, Biotechnology, Postmodernism, Pharmaceutical Education
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Kottke, Janet L. – Teaching of Psychology, 1988
A project requiring undergraduate students to prepare job analyses and use them to develop other personnel procedures is described. The project requires analysis of a job, preparation of task statements, and description of requisite abilities for that job. Discusses positive feedback from students and provides recommendations for instructors.…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Job Analysis, Personnel Policy, Psychology
Jonassen, David H.; Hannum, Wallace H. – Journal of Instructional Development, 1986
Describes functions comprising task analysis process--inventory, description, selection, sequencing, and analysis--and reviews distinctions between the micro/macro level, top-down/bottom-up, and job/learning task analysis processes. These functions and distinctions are combined into a quasi-algorithm suggesting which of 30 task analysis procedures…
Descriptors: Algorithms, Behavioral Objectives, Classification, Content Analysis
Conti, Gary J.; Porter, Lee – New Directions for Continuing Education, 1979
The process of selecting qualified teachers for continuing education programs includes an analysis of the educational environment, a clear job description, a concise idea of the type of person sought, preinterview screening techniques, and basic principles of interviewing and decision making. (SK)
Descriptors: Continuing Education, Educational Environment, Employment Interviews, Job Applicants
Norback, Judith Shaul; And Others – 1994
The Job Literacy Analysis (JLA) was developed in response to the need for analyzing the literacy requirements of various occupations in an effort to match the instruction to the job and to enhance the job relatedness of curricula. It is a systematic, comprehensive process for identifying the important literacy skills needed by workers to function…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Basic Skills, Educational Research, Job Analysis
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Muthen, Bengt – Infant and Child Development, 2006
The authors of the paper on growth mixture modelling (GMM) give a description of GMM and related techniques as applied to antisocial behaviour. They bring up the important issue of choice of model within the general framework of mixture modelling, especially the choice between latent class growth analysis (LCGA) techniques developed by Nagin and…
Descriptors: Models, Antisocial Behavior, Monte Carlo Methods, Simulation
Lake-DellAngelo, Marilyn – Educational Technology, 1993
Addresses performance technology issues in the form of a parable. Issues discussed include management and leadership roles, assigning tasks to appropriately skilled workers, teamwork, cooperation, task performance, job descriptions, training needs, management goals, rewards, and quality control. (LRW)
Descriptors: Cooperation, Educational Technology, Job Performance, Leadership Responsibility
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Neroda, Ed; Bodewin, Lana – Journal of Academic Librarianship, 1983
Description of scheme to assist librarians in defining conditions which enhance professional development in academic institutions highlights definition of professional goals, institutional parameters, library parameters, departmental and job considerations, research potential (climate, time element, funding opportunities, assistance and…
Descriptors: Academic Libraries, Higher Education, Institutional Characteristics, Institutional Evaluation
Ritchie, Sheila – Information and Library Manager, 1987
Compares male and female professional librarians in English public libraries in terms of salaries, employment level, participation in continuing education activities, reasons for taking an extended leave or quitting a job, and respondents' descriptions of an ideal job. (8 references) (Author/CLB)
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Employment Level, Females, Foreign Countries
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Allan, Ann; Reynolds, Kathy J. – Journal of Academic Librarianship, 1983
Proposes a systematic procedure for analyzing performance problems in the library which is intended to minimize costly misjudgments and guide the manager toward remedial steps likely to resolve the problem(s). The nature of performance discrepancies, skill deficiencies, job descriptions, and personal problems is discussed. (EJS)
Descriptors: Flow Charts, Job Performance, Job Skills, Libraries
Pyle, Ron – 1994
This document provides a day-by-day description of the process of training and placing an employee with mental retardation in a job as a janitor in a grocery store. The analysis shows that successful job placement of a student with limited capability subject requires thorough planning and research into all factors that have an impact on successful…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Coordination, Job Placement, Mental Retardation
Cipriano, Robert E. – 1983
A sequential and developmental curriculum design is conceptualized, based on task analysis. Task analysis is a detailed inquiry into actions undertaken in performing specific tasks or jobs. Baseline data form a database on which education and training programs are designed, produced, and evaluated. The following are sources of information for task…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Educational Objectives, Higher Education, Information Sources
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