Dissertation Bibliography Reference Page

Crooks, Lois (1977). Findings: Personal Factors Related to the Careers of MBAs. Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.

Educational Technology Research and Development (ETRD) (1994). Washington, DC: Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

Markwood, Richard A. and Sally M. Johnstone, eds.(1994). New Pathways to a Degree: Technology Opens the College and New Pathways to a Degree: Seven Technology Stories. Boulder, Colorado: Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.

Rutherford, LeAne H.; Grana, Sheryl J. (1995, September). Retrofitting academe : Adapting faculty attitudes and practices to technology. T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education), v23, p. 82(5).

Smith, Karen L. (1990). Collaborative and Interactive Writing for Increasing Communication Skills. Hispania, v73 n1, pp. 77-87.

Smith, D. K. (1997). Taking Charge of Change: Ten Principles for Managing People and Performance. Boston, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Stewart, Mark Alan (1999). Real A+ Term Papers. IDG Books Worldwide.

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Chapter One:  Hypothesis

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Chapter Two:  Literature Review

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Chapter Three:  Methodology

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Chapter Four:  Discussion

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Chapter Five:  Conclusions

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Bibliography

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