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Mars, Matthew M.; Ginter, Mary Beth – Community College Review, 2012
Employing interviews with individuals from 16 community colleges across the country, as well as an independent consultant engaged in activities of the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE), this study considers the organizational structures and academic practices associated with community college entrepreneurship…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Entrepreneurship, Interviews, Educational Trends
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Merchant, Ronald – Community College Review, 1980
Describes a competency based business mathematics course offered at Spokane Falls Community College (Washington) in which students, through the use of calculators, master mathematical concepts without having to mentally add columns of figures or perform complex arithmetic problems on paper. Examines both the mathematical and 10-key skills…
Descriptors: Basic Skills, Business Education, Calculators, College Mathematics
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Beckerman, Adela; Fontana, Leonard – Community College Review, 1987
Describes a study of the attitudes and beliefs of male and female business students in a community college, focusing on gender-based differences in perceptions of education, self-concepts, and orientation toward several goals. Found no attitudinal or motivational differences between male and female students. (DMM)
Descriptors: Business Education, Community Colleges, Females, Males
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Alexander, Paul – Community College Review, 1985
Argues that college business instructors should understand the history and potential value of microcomputers, familiarize themselves with software used in business, and keep source materials on the latest methods available. Stresses the necessity of hands-on computer experience for students in the business curriculum. (DMM)
Descriptors: Accounting, Business Education, Community Colleges, Computer Literacy
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Howard, Joseph; Grosset, Jane – Community College Review, 1992
Evaluates the mentoring component of the Business Students Success Initiative at the Community College of Philadelphia in terms of faculty and students' reactions to the program. Finds students less positive about mentoring achieving its goals than faculty. Compares student responses by sex, age, and racial/ethnic group. (DMM)
Descriptors: Business Education, College Faculty, Community Colleges, Mentors