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Academic Libraries' External Environment and Environmental Scanning by Managers

Fahimeh Babalhavaeji, Mohammad Reza Farhadpoor
2011 Bilgi Dünyasi  
The great mean value of competition (mean = 3.88) in the field of complexity shows the complexity of this sector and numerous factors in the field of information services.  ...  and PEU of each environment sector strongly correlates with the amount of scanning.  ...  Positive correlation between PSU and the amount of scanning, and between PEU and the amount of scanning were accepted.  ... 
doi:10.15612/bd.2011.198 fatcat:bx5dkf275nh3ld7kmy3clusw4i

I Would Like to Be Truthful, But…: A Systemic Study of Academic Dishonesty From Conscientiousness, Performance Goal Orientation, Competition, and Peer Influence Perspectives

Dyah Ayu Kusumawardani Gunawan, Andrian Pramadi
2018 ANIMA Indonesian Psychological Journal  
The complexity of the phenomenon requires a systemic analysis which considers individual and contextual factors. This research used the incidental sampling survey method.  ...  The research results showed that conscientiousness, performance goal orientation, competition, and peer influence together contributed to academic cheating in the amount of 11.6% (R = 0.340, p = .000).  ...  Studies on the relationship between the competitive climate and individual competition showed a high correlation (r = .730, p = .000).  ... 
doi:10.24123/aipj.v33i2.1582 fatcat:f6heyspjmrfzvcqed5mv7auh34

Relationship between the perception of classroom learning environment and student academic emotions

Lira Fessia Damaianti, Risda Awaliya, Ifa Hanifah Misbach
2019 Jurnal Konseling dan Pendidikan  
The results showed a positive correlation between the dimensions of competitiveness with negative academic emotions and a negative correlation between the dimensions of satisfaction with negative academic  ...  This study aims to examine the correlation between perception of classroom learning environment and academic emotions in junior high school students in the city of Bandung.  ...  Negative Relationship between Cohesiveness and Negative Academic Emotions Based on Table 1 , it is known that the correlation value between negative academic emotions with competitiveness is equal to  ... 
doi:10.29210/135900 fatcat:h5gc7cxhxfbyrbznluchu3mjnq

The Potential of Scientific Research Support and Its Role in Enhancing the Competitiveness of Universities "Zarqa University as Case Study"2001-2013

Ahmad Assaf
2015 International Journal of Management and Sustainability  
The researcher study the impact of financial Fund provided by universities to Academic stuff on the competitiveness of higher education institutions expressed by the development of student numbers on one  ...  Academically, few studies are concerned with exploring the relationship between financial Fund provided by universities to Academic stuff and the competitiveness of higher education institutions.  ...  analysis shows a moderate positive correlation (72.3%) between scientific research support provided by Zarqa University and the competitiveness of Zarqa University measured by students" academic score  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.11/2015.4.1/11.1.1.9 fatcat:yttsdrwybnabppumbddkzpy2ju

The Factors Affecting the E-commerce Adoption in SMEs in the Industrial Towns of Zanjan-Iran: Managers` Perspectives

Ali Reza Araste, Ali Mansouri, Mostafa Jafari
2013 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
Pearson correlation and Kendall Tao tests were used to determine the significance of the relationship between predictor and criterion variables.  ...  Hence, the relationship between these variables and adoption of ecommerce was examined in terms of research hypotheses. This study was a descriptive -survey research.  ...  Table 1 : 1 The correlation between intensity of competition and the adoption of e-commerce Variables Correlation Sig Number intensity of competition 0.050 00000 89 adoption of e-commerce  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v3-i10/280 fatcat:7rjdkbg6vje3lln6jfynzciiou

Economic Value Creation in Metro Complexes: Case Study on Sadr Station Complex in Tehran

Nima Jafari, Amir Hossein Pourjohari
2017 Tarih Kültür ve Sanat Araştırmaları Dergisi  
The target population included all scholars of urban development and transport academics, capitalists and directors of the station complex with the total number of 1,100 people.  ...  The test results also showed that among the components of economic value creation (corporate, individual, competitive, governmental and private), the observed correlation was significant.  ...  On account of the role of competitive economic value creation in the Sadr station complex in Tehran, it can be said that, from the perspective of academics (scholars), investors and managers, chairman  ... 
doi:10.7596/taksad.v6i2.793 fatcat:lsem5ngjcnfihk7zkmdyqvfrbi

Competitive and Cooperative Attitudes: A Longitudinal Survey of Japanese Adolescents

David W. Shwalb, Barbara J. Shwalb, Jun Nakazawa
1995 Journal of Early Adolescence  
Factor analyses of the ratings revealed one general cooperation factor and three competition factors: nonacademic, academic, and group centered.  ...  Every student (Grades 7 through 12) at a secondary school complex then rated 24 of these competitive and cooperative items in terms of personal importance during three consecutive academic years (N = 720  ...  Averaging correlations across the 3 years of data, item-total correlations were moderate (.43 for Cooperation, .40 for Nonacademic Competition, .29 for Academic Competition, and .35 for Group Competition  ... 
doi:10.1177/0272431695015001008 fatcat:cunsnfiewnfstnw5alslyge65u

Relations Between Class Competition and Primary School Students' Academic Achievement: Learning Anxiety and Learning Engagement as Mediators

Guoqiang Li, Zhiyuan Li, Xinyue Wu, Rui Zhen
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
This study aimed to analyze the relations between class competition and primary school students' academic achievement, considering the possible mediating roles of learning anxiety and learning engagement  ...  This study highlights the important roles of learning anxiety and learning engagement in class competition and academic achievement, which have theoretical and practical significance.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank the students and teachers who devoted time and support to this study.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2022.775213 pmid:35282231 pmcid:PMC8904934 doaj:114054ce9b8046fc8bddfe624a87a235 fatcat:ct2cwpbwbzhffbpi2cioh7ynxm

Contribution of Visionary Leadership, Lecturer Performance, and Academic Culture to the Competitiveness of Islamic Higher Education in Indonesia

Prim Masrokan Mutohar, Jani ., Hikmah Eva Trisnantari
2020 Journal of Advances in Education and Philosophy  
This research aims to describe visionary leadership, lecturer performance, and academic culture in improving the competitiveness of Islamic tertiary institutions in Indonesia.  ...  The better the performance of lecturers, the better the academic culture and competitiveness of the institution.  ...  Called correlational because this study seeks to explain whether there is a contribution between research variables based on the size of the correlation coefficient [48] [49] [50] 47] .  ... 
doi:10.36348/jaep.2020.v04i02.002 fatcat:psjjyq2y6rdv7nsevjshqd2ily

Scientific collaboratories in higher education: exploring learning style preferences and perceptions of technology

Diane H. Sonnenwald, Bin Li
2003 British Journal of Educational Technology  
, compatibility and complexity of the collaboratory system.  ...  No relationships were found between students' cooperative learning style preference and their perceptions of the system after using it face-to-face or remotely.  ...  Marshburn, Don Smith, Russell Taylor; and Bob Losee, Mary Whitton and the anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments on this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-8535.00339 fatcat:c4wqfrkxabdx3dlbm6vir5d6qy

The Relationship between Strategic Capabilities and Academic Performance: An Empirical Evidence from Sudan

Nahla El Sheikh Hagoug, Yousif Abdelbagi Abdalla
2020 International Journal of Higher Education  
The research concluded that strategic capabilities are the factors of achieving academic performance in private universities in Sudanese context.  ...  This research will expand the body of knowledge of both scholars and practitioners in the area of strategic responses among private universities establishments, as well as identify areas that could be  ...  the questionnaire; we appreciate their valuable time and effort to make this study valuable.  ... 
doi:10.5430/ijhe.v10n3p46 fatcat:in65zzkxbfc4zeqa546xpubrcy

A Study on the Emotional Intelligence Level, Academic Pressure and Academic Performance of Basic Nursing Students in Hardwani Nursing College

2022 Journal of Research in Vocational Education  
The analysis of results revealed that, there was a (r = -0.810) strong negative correlation existed between emotional intelligence and academic stress.  ...  Similarly, a weak positive correlation (r =0.291) existed between emotional intelligence and academic performance.  ...  In one of the studies, a significant negative correlation was found between the stress levels of college students and their academic performance Methodology Quantitative approach with descriptive research  ... 
doi:10.53469/jrve.2022.04(01).05 fatcat:j3gm4wmsuvbglbh2h6srlhtum4

Study factors and their impact on military school performance measures

George Seymour, Ray Main, Josephine Randel, Barbara Morris
1991 Educational technology research and development  
Further, Wide and Trathen (1989) reported that most of the early research on study methods failed to assess the relationship between study techniques and recall.  ...  Also, two of the scales-Competition and Memorization-were significantly correlated with both test performance and academic probation, thus providing some indication of the relative importance of these  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02298150 fatcat:xt2zlwrfnrd6peu4guxl4bzmca

The dynamics of L2 vocabulary development: A case study of receptive and productive knowledge

Tal Caspi, Wander Lowie
2013 Revista Brasileira de Linguística Aplicada  
A model based on dynamic growth equations supports the hypothesis that complex interactions between vocabulary knowledge levels give rise to the receptive-productive gap.  ...  The nature and causes of this gap between receptive and productive vocabulary knowledge have been widely debated.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Paul van Geert for generously and patiently sharing his expertise in DST and modeling, Batia Laufer for her kind help with the test construction, Monika Schmid for  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1984-63982013005000002 fatcat:2b5vixcmojbwbd65nv2sw5idta

Investigating the Relationship between Knowledge Management and Customer Relationship Management in Tejarat Banks in Isfahan

Anahita Simin, Rashide Kaboli, Hossein Pirasteh
2014 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
is a priority for research in the academic community and including areas that companies allocate more money to performance.  ...  This descriptive -survey research is one of the field branches.  ...  focus on the evaluation and development of a complex set of dynamic skills and techniques, which are variable.  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v4-i3/744 fatcat:6gns5iomljfm7d3m2lc5q7glma
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