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The Purpose of Flip and FIT in Marketing Programs: Wrapping Flipped Classroom or MOOC in teaching

This paper explores young marketing student enrichment experiences within small budgets, the flipped-classroom concept, and mass open online courses (MOOCs) using strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis.

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Published online: June 24, 2015

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The University as a Community of Learning: Perceptions of Students and Teachers in Three Settings

The relationships of course difficulty, amount of work, and perceived learning to college students’ rating of course quality are analyzed using data from Penn State students in three settings.

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Published online: June 23, 2015

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Historical Foundations of Jazz Fusion with Brazil and the United States: Moving to Different Drummers, Students and Intellectuals

Musical intelligence is a unifying feature of the human brain and social interaction. When linked with global higher education, MI allows paradigm shifts for aesthetic foundations of the human condition.

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Published online: June 2, 2015

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The Consequences of Eliminating Affirmative Action Admission Policies in Minorities' College Access

This paper addresses how minorities' access to Higher Education looks like after eliminating Affirmative Action admission policies.

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Published online: June 2, 2015

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MBA Education and Negotiation Competence: Examining the Impact of Experiential Learning on Negotiation Self-Efficacy in a Multi-Cultural Environment

This study explores how students can develop increased levels of negotiation self-efficacy to maximize outcomes. The research explores the type of learning activities that best support negotiation self-efficacy.

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Published online: May 26, 2015

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University Students & Artists: Heroes & Excursions Into Comparative Musical Intelligence Theory, Higher Education & Jazz-Arts Fusion

Musical intelligence as unifying feature of the human brain and aesthetics. Linked with multiple intelligences in higher education within multicultural/global contexts for higher education aesthetic foundations of modern society.

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Transforming Educator Preparation Programs and Perspectives: Community and School Partnerships That Assess and Impact Student Learning

This paper integrates a developmental partnership and an assessment model which transforms the university’s role in PK-12 teacher education to focus on student impact in informal and formal settings.

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Using PowerPoint Effectively in Classroom Based Lectures

This paper addresses the question of whether PowerPoint is best suited to contemporary instructional goals, discussing effective uses of PowerPoint slides for helping students meet learning objectives in class sessions.

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The Evaluation of New Teaching Techniques: A Study of Electronic Delivery, Case Studies, and Industry Experts

This study evaluates the use of electronic delivery, case studies, and industry experts to supplement conventional teaching methods to enhance the learning experience of college students.

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Transforming an Established In-Ground Course for Use as an Online Course: A Model, Methods, and a Case Study

We provide a systematic approach to the conversion of tradition in-ground university courses into successful online courses. University and Community College examples will be employed.

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Published online: March 5, 2015

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