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What Next? Post-Graduation Preparation for College Students in the Third Age of Life

Christina Butler
2004 The Journal of Continuing Higher Education  
Directly related to current research on "the senior ye ar experience," this study recommends further exploration of a "senior year plus one experience."  ...  Emphasis is placed on the importance of a senior year seminar that includes discussion of transition theory, questions to promote reflection about life after college, a process for charting learning from  ...  a degree ("W here do you see yourself ten years from now?").  ... 
doi:10.1080/07377366.2004.10400290 fatcat:onpahwouxfh4bewb3pdyuypbj4

Learning by Doing: Reflections of the EPICS Program

Carla B. Zoltowski, William C. Oakes
2014 International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering  
In this paper we describe the EPICS Program at Purdue that was started in 1995 and has evolved into a multidisciplinary academic program engaging more than 800 students per year from nearly 70 disciplines  ...  Data from the program related to student learning and community impact is shared. A discussion of the characteristics to make dissemination successful is also discussed.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We wish to acknowledge the many people who have worked to make EPICS what it is today, including faculty, staff and industry partners, community and project partners, industrial sponsors  ... 
doi:10.24908/ijsle.v0i0.5540 fatcat:ah4nadcikjev7aa56x4qslvup4

How Do Heuristics Influence Creative Decisions at Advertising Agencies?

Douglas C. West, George Christodoulides, Jennifer Bonhomme
2017 Journal of Advertising Research  
The place of creativity in advertising has long been recognized, however, it remains unclear what creatives actually do and why they do it when it comes to making creative choices between what ideas to  ...  This study focuses upon individual choices made on what ideas to show clients in the absence of copytesting; it examines the decision-making heuristics employed by a global advertising agency.  ...  , but of course this may be exactly what the client might want; something safe.  ... 
doi:10.2501/jar-2017-056 fatcat:dfzcm2ujdnbindrvqc32mzlte4

ICIS 2011 Panel Report: Are We on the Wrong Track and Do MIS Curricula Need to Be Reengineered?

David Gefen, Arik Ragowsky, Ephraim R. McLean, M. Lynne Markus, Suzanne Rivard, Matti Rossi
2012 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
The objective of the panel was to contrast what industry tells us they need and we do not give them, as presented by Gefen and Ragowsky based on several years of CIO roundtables and interviews, with a  ...  Part of that soul searching deals with the question of whether we are teaching our students the right material considering the emerging apparent rift, caused in part by new technologies, between what the  ...  On the contrary, the users want more than the CIOs can deliver. And yet, do our textbooks reflect this?  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03011 fatcat:tnew5sfyizhjpjt7ov5l4npdu4

Lessons Learned from a 10-Year Collaboration Between Biomedical Engineering and Industrial Design Students in Capstone Design Projects

Jay R Goldberg, Pascal Malassigné
2017 International Journal of Engineering Education  
Student feedback and lessons learned by faculty and students from a ten-year collaboration between engineering and industrial design students from Marquette University and the Milwaukee Institute of Art  ...  Collaboration between the two groups on senior capstone design projects can teach each to respect and value the unique contributions each brings to the project team, result in improved design solutions  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering for their partial support of this collaboration through Award Number R25EB013070.  ... 
pmid:30034106 pmcid:PMC6051719 fatcat:3vlr2mkawja4nhmthvhmyqwb5u

Capstone experiences: Effects of adapted physical activity design projects on attitudes and learning

David W. Hey, Bridie Jean McCarey, Lynne A. Slivovsky, J. Kevin Taylor, Brian Self, James Widmann
2011 2011 Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)  
The effects on: i) learning design, ii) attitude towards people with disabilities, and iii) motivation to complete team design projects were analyzed through eight one-hour focus groups.  ...  Results: (1) Approximately 19 (70%) of the students claimed the adapted physical activity project was their "first choice" given 60+ projects to rank; (2) Prior to the project only ten (35%) had experience  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the funding agency.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fie.2011.6143023 dblp:conf/fie/HeyMSTSW11 fatcat:xeopmca3rvffvh7rzuov7jtckq

Doing a Doctorate in BISE in Germany, Austria and Switzerland? A Debate on the Why, What and How

Jan Marco Leimeister, Jörg Becker, Armin Heinzl, Robert Winter, David Gefen
2019 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
If a doctoral student intends to ingrain field work, she/he can do so under both trajectories. Industry projects focus on practical problems and offer funds for financing research.  ...  What are the lessons we might want to learn from the contributions of practitioners (demand-side) and distinguished academics (supply-side) in our field?  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-019-00621-3 fatcat:7timnvw6x5buhedxgoqnudmlia

Doing Business with Theory: Communities of Practice in Knowledge Management

Norman Makoto Su, Hiroko N. Wilensky, David F. Redmiles
2011 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
We argue that the Institute for Research on Learning (IRL), a spin-off of Xerox PARC, proved instrumental in enrolling CoPs into the knowledge management (KM) discipline.  ...  We explore how the notion of communities of practice (CoPs) was translated and popularized from its original inception by Lave and Wenger in 1991.  ...  We really want to see what work can it do…[W]hat does it enable us to do that it didn't enable us to do before and in that sense what is the value of this?  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10606-011-9139-x fatcat:ii4qveb3jbgh3i3cl6poov3h7e

Do Class and School Size Matter? A Crucial Issue to School Improvement

Elizabeth Cornelius, Raffaella Gaines, Tara Gautney, Gresha Johnson, Robyn Rainer, Charles E. Notar, Shelia A. Webb
2008 International Education Studies  
Specifically, they must get participants' perspectives about what topics to cover and let them work on projects that reflect their interests.  ...  Though it is not compulsory or a necessary for students to access and use these note, majority of the students do for simple fact that they do not want to lose out on valuable information available to  ...  Social skills and responsibility Appendix 3: Mean Score for the Attainment of Learning Outcomes through Courses by Clusters  ... 
doi:10.5539/ies.v1n4p3 fatcat:tzuixqay7zfcxlmutlxoeh2rku


Waddah Akili
2011 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
Teaching civil engineering design through senior projects or capstone design courses, with industry involvement and support, has increased in recent years.  ...  While some design projects are still of the "made up" type carried out by individual students, the vast majority of projects today deal with "real-world problems" and are usually conducted by student teams  ...  No sooner has a client or professor defined a series of objectives for a design project than the designer-whether in a consulting office or in a classroom-want to find out what the customer really wants  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.v0i0.3799 fatcat:i5wghbtn4baydgl6zxb4gucz7a

Can Congress Do Policy Analysis? The Politics of Problem Solving on Capitol Hill

Eric Patashnik, Justin Peck
2014 Social Science Research Network  
The Congress and the President equally (3) Mostly the President, with some input from Congress (4) Only the President (5) Don't know (6) Q17 Do you think that important foreign policy decisions  ...  Congress, with some input the President (2) The Congress and the President equally (3) Mostly the President, with some input from Congress (4) Only the President (5) Don't know (6) Q18 Where do  ...  past ten years in making policy decision on the basis of objective evidence.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2489643 fatcat:okmr7texfzgd3fzhycg2knkkim

Is Service Learning a Good Idea? Data from the National Longitudinal Study of 1988

June R. Chapin
1998 The Social Studies  
Ask students to do brief written reflection papers. This could be organized as follows: (1) What is the purpose or mission of the organization?  ...  The main focus for my research analysis of NELS: 88 was the responses of seniors in 1992 about what community volunteer work they had done during the past two years.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00377999809599853 fatcat:nanmk74qlfgfplucp3ote6qvfa

A Global and Competition-Based Model for Fostering Technical and Soft Skills in Software Engineering Education

Olly Gotel, Vidya Kulkarni, Moniphal Say, Christelle Scharff, Thanwadee Sunetnanta
2009 2009 22nd Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training  
The project experience described in this paper builds upon three years of running global software development projects in an educational setting.  ...  One of the software systems developed during this experience was selected by the client and is now successfully deployed in Cambodia.  ...  . • Summarize what went well on the project and what didn't; determine how to improve the model going forward.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cseet.2009.36 dblp:conf/csee/GotelKSSS09 fatcat:gbhh6ceqlvg2hkozli2xv6okny

Why Do Contractors Contract? The Experience of Highly Skilled Technical Professionals in a Contingent Labor Market

Gideon Kunda, Stephen R. Barley, James Evans
2002 Industrial & labor relations review  
The authors report three general implications of their examination of the little-studied high-skill side of contingent labor. First, current depictions of contingent work are inaccurate.  ...  This study examines 52 highly skilled technical contractors' explanations, in 1998, of why they entered the contingent labor force and how their subsequent experiences altered their viewpoint.  ...  All of a sudden I had a one-year contract full-time with UCLA to do this project.  ... 
doi:10.1177/001979390205500203 fatcat:lovxmtw4nfhvxhjn55meisd4ve

Practicing Medicine and Studying Law": How Medical Schools Used to Have the Same Problems We Do and What We Can Learn from Their Efforts to Solve Them

Jennifer S. Bard
2011 Social Science Research Network  
However, their experiences in developing curricula that reflect these mandates are quite relevant to what legal educators are doing now in law schools.  ...  . 132 The description of medical skills training as, "see one, do one, teach one" 133 has probably not been completely true for many years.  ...  what they do.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1894498 fatcat:nglzve3brnad5ihvca3rmkkd5e
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