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  • "Phonathon: Who Gives? Who Gives More?" 

    Ripper, Julie M.; Krantz, Steve; Deems, Terri (2007-04-17)
    Because of the necessity for fundrasiers to solicit constituents in order to raise the most funds as effectively as possible, this research takes a look at the phonathon program at a Drake University, a small Midwestern ...
  • "Student perceptions of academic service and instructional quality over a four-year academic experience" 

    Westbrook, Thomas S.; Greiner, Keith; Saunders, Kevin (Eastern Educational Research Association (U.S.), 2005)
    This article reports the results of a study of student perceptions of expected and experienced academic service and instructional quality across 4 years of college enrollment. Results indicated a pattern of perceived ...
  • "Academic service quality and instructional quality" 

    Greiner, Keith; Westbrook, Thomas S. (National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, University of South Carolina,, 2002)
    This article reports a study of the relationship between academic service quality and instructional quality in higher education. The study included 360 students enrolled in first-year biology course. Eighty-two percent of ...
  • "Employers' attitudes toward hiring persons with disabilities and vocational rehabilitation services" 

    Gilbride, Dennis D.; Stensrud, Robert; Ehlers, Connie; Evans, Eric; Peterson, Craig (National Rehabilitation Association, 2000-10)
    This article describes a study of employers' attitudes toward hiring people with disabilities and toward the state Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) agency. The study examined attitudes of employers in two states, one in ...
  • "An examination of gender differences in elementary constructionist classrooms using Lego/Logo instruction" 

    Beisser, Sally R. (Haworth Press, Inc., 2006-01)
    Gender disparity exists in many educational environments despite conscientious attempts to equalize opportunities and outcomes. Research studies indicate females are less likely to effectively engage in the use of technology ...

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