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Faculty hiring and the accepability of online degrees
Unformatted Document Text:  25 Leslie, David W. (2002). Resolving the dispute: Teaching is Academe’s core value. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Columbus, Ohio, Vol. 73 Number. 1, January/ February 2002 pp 28 - 44. Retrieved from WilsonSelectPlus full text, August 28, 2002. Lucas, Christopher (1994) American higher education: A history. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press, Inc. Marchese, T. J. & Lawrence, J. F. (1998). The search committee handbook.: A guide to hiring administrators. Washington DC: American Association of Higher Education. Magner, Denise K. (1997). Report says standards used to evaluate research should also be used for teaching and service. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved August 23, 2002, from http://chronicle.com/weekly/sitesearch.htm Mooney, Carolyn (1990). 3 in 4 department heads stress teaching in hiring. The Chronicle of Higher Education. February 7 issue. Retrieved from WilsonSelectPlus full text, January 25, 2003. Nelson, Cary (1997). The real problem with tenure is incompetent faculty hiring. The Chronicle of Higher Education. November 14 issue. Retrieved from WilsonSelectPlus full text, January 25, 2003. Newman, J.H. (1959). The idea of a university. Garden City, NJ: Image Books. Russell, Thomas (1999). The no significant difference phenomenon. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University. Sheeres, Julia (2002) Virtual Degrees Virtually Tough. Wired Magazine Retrieved from http://www.wired.com/news/school/0,1383,54734,00.html, September 28, 2002. Schein, Edgar (1965). Organizational psychology. Englewood Cliffs, NJ. Schein, Edgar (1973). Professional education. New York: McGraw-Hill Publishers. Schumaker and McMillian, (1993). Research in education: A conceptual introduction. New York, NY: Harper-Collins College Publishers. Seminoff, N.E. and Wepner, S.B. (1997). What should we know about technology-based projects for tenure and promotion? Journal of Research in Computing in Education, Vol. 30 No.1, pp. 67-82. Siegel, Sidney (1956) Nonparametric statistics for the behavioral sciences. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Book Company. Snodgrass, Joan, G. (1977). The numbers game. Baltimore,MD: The Williams & Wilkins Company. Sweeney, Aldrin E. (2001). E-Scholarship and electronic publishing in the twenty-first century: Implications for the academic community. Education Media International. Vol. 38, Number 1, pp. 25 - 38. Tabs, E.D. (2003). Distance education of degree-granting postsecondary institutions: 2000-2001. Report from the National Center for Educational Statistics, NCES 2003-0017. Retrieved September 28, 2003, from http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/peqis/publications/2003017/ Terry, R. (2002, September 2). Back to school: After failing their first online test, colleges and education companies are learning from their mistakes. Washington Techway, 29. Visser, A.J. (2000). Faculty work in developing and teaching web-based distance course: A case study of time and effort. American Journal of Distance Education, 14(3), 21 - 32.

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Leslie, David W. (2002). Resolving the dispute: Teaching is Academe’s core value. The Chronicle of
Higher Education. Columbus, Ohio, Vol. 73 Number. 1, January/ February 2002 pp 28 - 44.
Retrieved from WilsonSelectPlus full text, August 28, 2002.

Lucas, Christopher (1994) American higher education: A history. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press, Inc.

Marchese, T. J. & Lawrence, J. F. (1998). The search committee handbook.: A guide to hiring
administrators. Washington DC: American Association of Higher Education.

Magner, Denise K. (1997). Report says standards used to evaluate research should also be used for
teaching and service. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved August 23, 2002, from
http://chronicle.com/weekly/sitesearch.htm

Mooney, Carolyn (1990). 3 in 4 department heads stress teaching in hiring. The Chronicle of Higher
Education. February 7 issue. Retrieved from WilsonSelectPlus full text, January 25, 2003.

Nelson, Cary (1997). The real problem with tenure is incompetent faculty hiring. The Chronicle of Higher
Education. November 14 issue. Retrieved from WilsonSelectPlus full text, January 25, 2003.

Newman, J.H. (1959). The idea of a university. Garden City, NJ: Image Books.

Russell, Thomas (1999). The no significant difference phenomenon. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State
University.

Sheeres, Julia (2002) Virtual Degrees Virtually Tough. Wired Magazine Retrieved from
http://www.wired.com/news/school/0,1383,54734,00.html, September 28, 2002.

Schein, Edgar (1965). Organizational psychology. Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

Schein, Edgar (1973). Professional education. New York: McGraw-Hill Publishers.

Schumaker and McMillian, (1993). Research in education: A conceptual introduction. New York, NY:
Harper-Collins College Publishers.

Seminoff, N.E. and Wepner, S.B. (1997). What should we know about technology-based projects for
tenure and promotion? Journal of Research in Computing in Education, Vol. 30 No.1, pp. 67-82.

Siegel, Sidney (1956) Nonparametric statistics for the behavioral sciences. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill
Book Company.

Snodgrass, Joan, G. (1977). The numbers game. Baltimore,MD: The Williams & Wilkins Company.

Sweeney, Aldrin E. (2001). E-Scholarship and electronic publishing in the twenty-first century:
Implications for the academic community. Education Media International. Vol. 38, Number 1, pp. 25
- 38.

Tabs, E.D. (2003). Distance education of degree-granting postsecondary institutions: 2000-2001. Report
from the National Center for Educational Statistics, NCES 2003-0017. Retrieved September 28, 2003,
from http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/peqis/publications/2003017/

Terry, R. (2002, September 2). Back to school: After failing their first online test, colleges and education
companies are learning from their mistakes. Washington Techway, 29.
Visser, A.J. (2000). Faculty work in developing and teaching web-based distance course: A case study of
time and effort. American Journal of Distance Education, 14(3), 21 - 32.


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