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This publication contains 19 refereed research papers, 2 innovative instructional practices papers, 2 presentations on works in progress, and 3 papers on research training on promoting excellence in research and teaching for business. The research papers are "Business Demands for Web-Related Skills as Compared to Other Computer Skills" (Groneman); "Business Education Students' Preferred Learning Styles" (Stitt-Gohdes, Crews, McCannon); "Chinese Communication Styles and Techniques in International Business Negotiations" (Zhao); "College Students' Use of Computer Technology and Its Relationship to Constructivist Learning" (Gueldenzoph); "Comparison of Diskette and Traditional Paper and Pencil Mail-Out Survey Methods for Measuring Self-Directed Learning with the OCLI" (Bartlett);"Comparison of Recruiters' and Students' Preferences Concerning Resume Design and Content" (Wilkinson, Hemby); "Comparison of Turnover and Retention Factors of Secondary and Postsecondary Business and Marketing Education Teachers" (Ruhland); "Comparison of Workforce Skills Desired by Business Leaders vs. North Carolina Business Education Standard Course of Study" (Abram, Joyner); "Exploration of Self-Directed Learning" (Bartlett); "Frequent Language-Mechanics Errors Made in Manuscripts Submitted to The Delta Pi Epsilon Journal" (Blaszczynski, Scott); "Interrelationships Among Managerial Communication, Attitude, and Behavior" (Zhao); "Perceptions About Three Major Indigenous English-Language Accents" (Scott, Green, Rosewarne); "Preliminary Attitudes Towards Online Testing in Business Education Courses" (Bartlett , Alexander, Reynolds); "Reliability and Validity of the Group Member Rating Form" (Chalupa, Chen, Sormunen-Jones); "Students as Action Researchers" (Davis, Bartlett); "Student Perceptions of Plateaus Encountered in Court Reporting Skills Building Classes" (Sheets, Morse); "Study of Management Training Program for the Middle-Level Managers" (Wen, Lee); "Top Five Communication Skills Needed by Information Systems Graduates as Perceived by Information Systems Professionals" (McCannon, Crews); and "Trends Occurring in Business and Industry Regarding Information Systems and Technologies" (Gonzenbach, Davis). Papers on innovative instructional practices are "Strategies for Integrating Assistive Technology for Students with Disabilities" (Rader) and "Teaching Voice Recognition Systems" (Bland). The work in progress studies are "Business Students' Perceptions of Electronically-Enhanced Learning" (Braathen) and "Evaluating the Ethical Attitudes of Business Seniors at a Large Midwestern University" (Meeks). Research training papers are "Grant Writing" (Redmann); "Strategies for Using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences for Business Education Research" (Blaszczynski, Green); and "Tools for Framing Research Problems" (Stout, McQueen). (YLB)

Descriptors: Accessibility (for Disabled), Action Research, Business Communication, Business Education, Cognitive Style, Communication Skills, Computer Assisted Testing, Computer Literacy, Computer Uses in Education, Constructivism (Learning), Data Collection, Dialect Studies, Disabilities, Educational Research, Employment Potential, Ethical Instruction, Faculty Mobility, Feedback, Futures (of Society), Grants, Higher Education, Independent Study, Information Systems, Information Technology, Intercultural Communication, International Trade, Job Skills, Management Development, Postsecondary Education, Resumes (Personal), Secondary Education, State Standards, Student Attitudes, Student Research, Surveys, Teacher Persistence, Technical Writing, World Wide Web, Writing Skills

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Author: Delta Pi Epsilon Society, Little Rock, AR.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=12568&id=ED451406



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