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Interorganizational coordination in a mandated relationship : a case study / by Elisabeth Jobbitt. --
The purpose of this case study was to address the problem of interorganizational coordination in a mandated relationship. Past research had found that the characteristics of the linkage between organizations was likely ...
Parental involvement as a teaching strategy : attitudes, opinions, and perceptions in Thunder Bay
During the 1970s and into the 1980s the communications media and educational theorists have reported and analyzed public dissatisfaction with school systems. One cause of this dissatisfaction is that school systems ...
School cars of northern Ontario : the origin and accomplishments of an educational innovation
This study examines northern Ontario’s railway school car system which began in 1926. It is an account of the educational service provided until 1967 and an assessment of its accomplishments. The study concentrates on ...
Adoption and use of computer mediated communications : reactions of female site coordinators in a distributed education system
This study examines women's reactions to the introduction of computer-mediated communications (CMC). The literature suggests women exhibit some reluctance in the use of computer technology. There are, however, computer ...