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24201 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24202 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24203 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24204 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


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24205 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


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24206 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


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24207 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


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24208 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


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24209 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24210 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24211 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24212 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24213 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24214 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24215 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24216 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24217 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24218 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24219 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24220 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24221 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24222 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24223 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24224 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24225 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24226 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24227 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24228 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24229 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24230 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24231 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24232 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24233 Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI)

Roger R Pearman (Author)
B0006S19QK
U.S.A., Consulting Psychologists Press, 2002, Soft Cover, New


New. Introduction to Type and Emotional Intelligence (MBTI) By Roger R Pearman (Author) Product Details Paperback: 54 pages Publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press (2002) ASIN: B0006S19QK

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24234 Human Sexuality (Examination Copy)

Roger R. Hock (Author)
0205660878
U.S.A., Prentice Hall, 2010, Hard Cover, Fair


Acceptable condition. Human Sexuality (Examination Copy). By Roger R. Hock (Author). Product Details Hardcover: 663 pages Publisher: Prentice Hall; 2nd edition (2010) Language: English ISBN-10: 0205660878 ISBN-13: 978-0205660872

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24235 Electrostatic Loudspeaker Design Cookbook

Roger Sanders (Author)
1882580001
U.S.A., Audio Amateur Pubns, 1983, Soft Cover, Good


Good condition. Electrostatic Loudspeaker Design Cookbook By Roger Sanders (Author) Product Details Paperback: 202 pages Publisher: Audio Amateur Pubns (September 1993) Language: English ISBN-10: 1882580001 ISBN-13: 9781882580002 Product Dimensions: 10.3 x 7.9 x 0.6 inches

Price: 199.99 USD
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24236 The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012

Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author)
1629148113
U.S.A., Skyhorse Publishing, 2014, Hard Cover, New


New. The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012 By Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author) Product Details Hardcover: 96 pages Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing (March 11, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 1629148113 ISBN-13: 9781629148113 Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.6 x 9.1 inches

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24237 The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012

Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author)
1629148113
U.S.A., Skyhorse Publishing, 2014, Hard Cover, New


New. The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012 By Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author) Product Details Hardcover: 96 pages Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing (March 11, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 1629148113 ISBN-13: 9781629148113 Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.6 x 9.1 inches

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24238 The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012

Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author)
1629148113
U.S.A., Skyhorse Publishing, 2014, Hard Cover, New


New. The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012 By Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author) Product Details Hardcover: 96 pages Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing (March 11, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 1629148113 ISBN-13: 9781629148113 Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.6 x 9.1 inches

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24239 The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012

Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author)
1629148113
U.S.A., Skyhorse Publishing, 2014, Hard Cover, New


New. The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012 By Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author) Product Details Hardcover: 96 pages Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing (March 11, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 1629148113 ISBN-13: 9781629148113 Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.6 x 9.1 inches

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24240 The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012

Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author)
1629148113
U.S.A., Skyhorse Publishing, 2014, Hard Cover, New


New. The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012 By Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author) Product Details Hardcover: 96 pages Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing (March 11, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 1629148113 ISBN-13: 9781629148113 Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.6 x 9.1 inches

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24241 The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012

Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author)
1629148113
U.S.A., Skyhorse Publishing, 2014, Hard Cover, New


New. The Benghazi Report: Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012 By Roger Stone (Author), U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (Author) Product Details Hardcover: 96 pages Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing (March 11, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 1629148113 ISBN-13: 9781629148113 Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.6 x 9.1 inches

Price: 1.94 USD
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24242 Control Systems for Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning 5th Edition

Roger W. Haines (Editor), Douglas C. Hittle (Editor)
0442008376
Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Kluwer Academic Pub, 1993, Hard Cover, Very Good


Very good conditon. Control Systems for Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning 5th Edition By Roger W. Haines (Editor), Douglas C. Hittle (Editor) Product Details Hardcover: 336 pages Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (July 31, 1993) Language: English ISBN-10: 0442008376 ISBN-13: 9780442008376 Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.1 x 1 inches

Price: 8.89 USD
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24243 Game Plan with Game Pieces [TEACHER'S EDITION] (Loose Leaf)

Rogers, Jani; Alfaro, Ashley
0757507905
Dubuque, Iowa, U.S.A., Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 2004, Hardcover, Very Good
Book, 

Very good condition. Game Plan with Game Pieces [TEACHER'S EDITION] (Loose Leaf) Product Details Game Plan with Game Pieces By Game Plan with Game Pieces Ring-bound Publisher: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company; 2nd edition (January 1, 2004) Language: English ISBN: 0757507905 Product Details Loose Leaf 3-Ring Binder and Materials Publisher: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company; 2 edition (January 1, 2004) Language: English ISBN-10: 0757507905 ISBN-13: 9780757507908

Price: 31.99 USD
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24244 Game Plan with Game Pieces [TEACHER'S EDITION] (Loose Leaf)

Rogers, Jani; Alfaro, Ashley
0757507905
Dubuque, Iowa, U.S.A., Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 2004, Hardcover, Very Good
Book, 

Very good condition. Game Plan with Game Pieces [TEACHER'S EDITION] (Loose Leaf) Product Details Game Plan with Game Pieces By Game Plan with Game Pieces Ring-bound Publisher: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company; 2nd edition (January 1, 2004) Language: English ISBN: 0757507905 Product Details Loose Leaf 3-Ring Binder and Materials Publisher: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company; 2 edition (January 1, 2004) Language: English ISBN-10: 0757507905 ISBN-13: 9780757507908

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24245 Hot Topics Series Inclusion: Moving Beyond Our Fears

Rogers, Joy; Barber, Larry W.

United States, Hot Topics Series Center For Evaluation, Development, and Research Phi Delta Kappa, 1994, Soft Cover, Good
Book, 

No interior writing or highlighitng. Some coverwear. Hot Topics Series Inclusion: Moving Beyond Our Fears By Rogers, Joy; Barber, Larry W. : Soft Cover : Spiral Bound: 248 Pages.

Price: 19.99 USD
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24246 The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power For Air University

Rohan Sinha; Pankhoori Sinha
0536563314
U.S.A., DK Publishing, 2008, Soft cover, Very Good
Book, 

The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power For Air University By Rohan Sinha; Pankhoori Sinha Product Details : The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power For Air University Paperback 410 pages. Publisher: DK Publishing (2008) ISBN-10: 0536563314 ISBN-13: 9780536563316

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24247 The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power For Air University

Rohan Sinha; Pankhoori Sinha
0536563314
U.S.A., DK Publishing, 2008, Soft cover, Very Good
Book, 

The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power For Air University By Rohan Sinha; Pankhoori Sinha Product Details : The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power For Air University Paperback 410 pages. Publisher: DK Publishing (2008) ISBN-10: 0536563314 ISBN-13: 9780536563316

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24248 The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power For Air University

Rohan Sinha; Pankhoori Sinha
0536563314
U.S.A., DK Publishing, 2008, Soft cover, Very Good
Book, 

The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power For Air University By Rohan Sinha; Pankhoori Sinha Product Details : The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power For Air University Paperback 410 pages. Publisher: DK Publishing (2008) ISBN-10: 0536563314 ISBN-13: 9780536563316

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24249 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

Price: 17.97 USD
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24250 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24251 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24252 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

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U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24253 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24254 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

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U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24255 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
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U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24256 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
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U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24257 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24258 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24259 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24260 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24261 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24262 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24263 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24264 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24265 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24266 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24267 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

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90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24268 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24269 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24270 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24271 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24272 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24273 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24274 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24275 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24276 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
U.S.A., National University Continuing Education Association, 1990, Soft Cover, New


New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24277 Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990

Rohfeld, Rae Wahl
90081657
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New. Expanding Access to Knowledge Continuing Higher Education NUCEA 1915-1990 By Rohfeld, Rae Wahl In honor of its 75th anniversary, the National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA) presents this compendium of the history of continuing higher education. It traces the adult education movement from its beginnings and explores the role of continuing education and NUCEA in the 20th century. Articles, excerpts, and reports are organized into the following six sections: (1) The Beginnings of University Extension; (2) Defining and Developing University Extension; (3) Challenges and Opportunities after World War II; (4) Community Development and the War on Poverty; (5) Adult Students Move toward Majority Status; (6) Toward the 21st Century. Sample papers from each of the sections include: "On Teaching by Correspondence" (W. R. Harper-1880's); "Workers' Education and University Extension" (Spencer Miller, Jr.-1923); "The Role of Extension Centers in the Teaching Programs of the University" (Stanley Campbell-1956); "The Impact of Urbanization on University Extension" (Kenneth Haygood-1960's); "July 9, 1985 Testimony on Aid for Part-Time Students" (Harvey J. Stedman); and "Shifting Demographics: Implications for the Community and Higher Education" (David Hayes-Bautista-1988). Appendixes include a 1915 program of the organization, and listings of NUCEA presidents and NUCEA member institutions, affiliates, and associates. Includes 12 references. (DB)Note: N/A Identifiers: National University Continuing Education Assn Record Type: Non-Journal Level: 3 - Indexed only Institutions: National Univ. Continuing Education Association, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990-00-00 Pages: 265 Pub Types: Books: Format: Paperback : Historical Materials Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 90-081657

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24278 Islet Cell Growth Factors

Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School
1587063387
U.S.A., Landes Bioscience, 2011, Hard Cover, New


New. Islet Cell Growth Factors By Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School : Product Details: This book, Islet Cell Growth Factors, provides a timely contribution to the current thinking regarding the concepts in the area of islet cell regeneration with special reference to insulin secreting beta cells. The contributions are from leaders in the field with a long-standing interest in the area of islet biology. In the first chapter Drs. Dirice and Kulkarni provide a broad introduction to the topic of islet cell regeneration with a focus on growth factor pathways, especially the insulin and insulin-like growth factor signaling mechanisms affecting beta cells in Type 1, Type 2 and gestational diabetes. This is followed by a contribution by Drs. Granot and Dor who describe an elegant lineage-trace model to confirm that proliferation is one of the major mechanisms underlying beta-cell regeneration in adult rodents. These findings are backed up by Drs. Georgia and Bhushan on cell cycle control in beta cells. Subsequent chapters are focused on proteins downstream of the growth factor pathways in the regulation of beta-cell biology. Thus, Drs. Ham and Stoffers discuss the role of the homeodomain protein, Pdx-1, on beta-cell growth while Dr. Bernal-Mizrachi describes the significance of Akt in beta-cell growth and function. Finally, Drs. Kitamura, Kitamura and Accili highlight the importance of the forkhead protein, FoxO1, in pancreatic betacells. In addition to insulin and IGF-I, several other growth factors play an important role in modulating beta-cell growth. The pathway utilized by the hepatocyte growth factor is discussed by Drs. Gonzalez-Perusa, Alonso and Garcia-Ocana. The significance of pathways relevant for beta-cell proliferation and apoptosis during pregnancy and the postnatal period is nicely presented by Drs. Fujinaka, Wang, Matsushita and Vasavada. Together these chapters provide a comprehensive and mechanistic view of the signaling pathways that are relevant for mammalian beta-cell proliferation. This is an excellent book for the research scientist who is planning studies in the area of beta-cell regeneration and also provides the clinician with a view to the potential pathways that may participate in human beta-cell growth. Pub Date: February 7, 2011 Pages: 142 Figures: 24 Tables: 4 Hard Cover 142 pages. ISBN-13: 9781587063381

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24279 Islet Cell Growth Factors

Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School
1587063387
U.S.A., Landes Bioscience, 2011, Hard Cover, New


New. Islet Cell Growth Factors By Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School : Product Details: This book, Islet Cell Growth Factors, provides a timely contribution to the current thinking regarding the concepts in the area of islet cell regeneration with special reference to insulin secreting beta cells. The contributions are from leaders in the field with a long-standing interest in the area of islet biology. In the first chapter Drs. Dirice and Kulkarni provide a broad introduction to the topic of islet cell regeneration with a focus on growth factor pathways, especially the insulin and insulin-like growth factor signaling mechanisms affecting beta cells in Type 1, Type 2 and gestational diabetes. This is followed by a contribution by Drs. Granot and Dor who describe an elegant lineage-trace model to confirm that proliferation is one of the major mechanisms underlying beta-cell regeneration in adult rodents. These findings are backed up by Drs. Georgia and Bhushan on cell cycle control in beta cells. Subsequent chapters are focused on proteins downstream of the growth factor pathways in the regulation of beta-cell biology. Thus, Drs. Ham and Stoffers discuss the role of the homeodomain protein, Pdx-1, on beta-cell growth while Dr. Bernal-Mizrachi describes the significance of Akt in beta-cell growth and function. Finally, Drs. Kitamura, Kitamura and Accili highlight the importance of the forkhead protein, FoxO1, in pancreatic betacells. In addition to insulin and IGF-I, several other growth factors play an important role in modulating beta-cell growth. The pathway utilized by the hepatocyte growth factor is discussed by Drs. Gonzalez-Perusa, Alonso and Garcia-Ocana. The significance of pathways relevant for beta-cell proliferation and apoptosis during pregnancy and the postnatal period is nicely presented by Drs. Fujinaka, Wang, Matsushita and Vasavada. Together these chapters provide a comprehensive and mechanistic view of the signaling pathways that are relevant for mammalian beta-cell proliferation. This is an excellent book for the research scientist who is planning studies in the area of beta-cell regeneration and also provides the clinician with a view to the potential pathways that may participate in human beta-cell growth. Pub Date: February 7, 2011 Pages: 142 Figures: 24 Tables: 4 Hard Cover 142 pages. ISBN-13: 9781587063381

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24280 Islet Cell Growth Factors

Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School
1587063387
U.S.A., Landes Bioscience, 2011, Hard Cover, New


New. Islet Cell Growth Factors By Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School : Product Details: This book, Islet Cell Growth Factors, provides a timely contribution to the current thinking regarding the concepts in the area of islet cell regeneration with special reference to insulin secreting beta cells. The contributions are from leaders in the field with a long-standing interest in the area of islet biology. In the first chapter Drs. Dirice and Kulkarni provide a broad introduction to the topic of islet cell regeneration with a focus on growth factor pathways, especially the insulin and insulin-like growth factor signaling mechanisms affecting beta cells in Type 1, Type 2 and gestational diabetes. This is followed by a contribution by Drs. Granot and Dor who describe an elegant lineage-trace model to confirm that proliferation is one of the major mechanisms underlying beta-cell regeneration in adult rodents. These findings are backed up by Drs. Georgia and Bhushan on cell cycle control in beta cells. Subsequent chapters are focused on proteins downstream of the growth factor pathways in the regulation of beta-cell biology. Thus, Drs. Ham and Stoffers discuss the role of the homeodomain protein, Pdx-1, on beta-cell growth while Dr. Bernal-Mizrachi describes the significance of Akt in beta-cell growth and function. Finally, Drs. Kitamura, Kitamura and Accili highlight the importance of the forkhead protein, FoxO1, in pancreatic betacells. In addition to insulin and IGF-I, several other growth factors play an important role in modulating beta-cell growth. The pathway utilized by the hepatocyte growth factor is discussed by Drs. Gonzalez-Perusa, Alonso and Garcia-Ocana. The significance of pathways relevant for beta-cell proliferation and apoptosis during pregnancy and the postnatal period is nicely presented by Drs. Fujinaka, Wang, Matsushita and Vasavada. Together these chapters provide a comprehensive and mechanistic view of the signaling pathways that are relevant for mammalian beta-cell proliferation. This is an excellent book for the research scientist who is planning studies in the area of beta-cell regeneration and also provides the clinician with a view to the potential pathways that may participate in human beta-cell growth. Pub Date: February 7, 2011 Pages: 142 Figures: 24 Tables: 4 Hard Cover 142 pages. ISBN-13: 9781587063381

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24281 Islet Cell Growth Factors

Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School
1587063387
U.S.A., Landes Bioscience, 2011, Hard Cover, New


New. Islet Cell Growth Factors By Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School : Product Details: This book, Islet Cell Growth Factors, provides a timely contribution to the current thinking regarding the concepts in the area of islet cell regeneration with special reference to insulin secreting beta cells. The contributions are from leaders in the field with a long-standing interest in the area of islet biology. In the first chapter Drs. Dirice and Kulkarni provide a broad introduction to the topic of islet cell regeneration with a focus on growth factor pathways, especially the insulin and insulin-like growth factor signaling mechanisms affecting beta cells in Type 1, Type 2 and gestational diabetes. This is followed by a contribution by Drs. Granot and Dor who describe an elegant lineage-trace model to confirm that proliferation is one of the major mechanisms underlying beta-cell regeneration in adult rodents. These findings are backed up by Drs. Georgia and Bhushan on cell cycle control in beta cells. Subsequent chapters are focused on proteins downstream of the growth factor pathways in the regulation of beta-cell biology. Thus, Drs. Ham and Stoffers discuss the role of the homeodomain protein, Pdx-1, on beta-cell growth while Dr. Bernal-Mizrachi describes the significance of Akt in beta-cell growth and function. Finally, Drs. Kitamura, Kitamura and Accili highlight the importance of the forkhead protein, FoxO1, in pancreatic betacells. In addition to insulin and IGF-I, several other growth factors play an important role in modulating beta-cell growth. The pathway utilized by the hepatocyte growth factor is discussed by Drs. Gonzalez-Perusa, Alonso and Garcia-Ocana. The significance of pathways relevant for beta-cell proliferation and apoptosis during pregnancy and the postnatal period is nicely presented by Drs. Fujinaka, Wang, Matsushita and Vasavada. Together these chapters provide a comprehensive and mechanistic view of the signaling pathways that are relevant for mammalian beta-cell proliferation. This is an excellent book for the research scientist who is planning studies in the area of beta-cell regeneration and also provides the clinician with a view to the potential pathways that may participate in human beta-cell growth. Pub Date: February 7, 2011 Pages: 142 Figures: 24 Tables: 4 Hard Cover 142 pages. ISBN-13: 9781587063381

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24282 Islet Cell Growth Factors

Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School
1587063387
U.S.A., Landes Bioscience, 2011, Hard Cover, New


New. Islet Cell Growth Factors By Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School : Product Details: This book, Islet Cell Growth Factors, provides a timely contribution to the current thinking regarding the concepts in the area of islet cell regeneration with special reference to insulin secreting beta cells. The contributions are from leaders in the field with a long-standing interest in the area of islet biology. In the first chapter Drs. Dirice and Kulkarni provide a broad introduction to the topic of islet cell regeneration with a focus on growth factor pathways, especially the insulin and insulin-like growth factor signaling mechanisms affecting beta cells in Type 1, Type 2 and gestational diabetes. This is followed by a contribution by Drs. Granot and Dor who describe an elegant lineage-trace model to confirm that proliferation is one of the major mechanisms underlying beta-cell regeneration in adult rodents. These findings are backed up by Drs. Georgia and Bhushan on cell cycle control in beta cells. Subsequent chapters are focused on proteins downstream of the growth factor pathways in the regulation of beta-cell biology. Thus, Drs. Ham and Stoffers discuss the role of the homeodomain protein, Pdx-1, on beta-cell growth while Dr. Bernal-Mizrachi describes the significance of Akt in beta-cell growth and function. Finally, Drs. Kitamura, Kitamura and Accili highlight the importance of the forkhead protein, FoxO1, in pancreatic betacells. In addition to insulin and IGF-I, several other growth factors play an important role in modulating beta-cell growth. The pathway utilized by the hepatocyte growth factor is discussed by Drs. Gonzalez-Perusa, Alonso and Garcia-Ocana. The significance of pathways relevant for beta-cell proliferation and apoptosis during pregnancy and the postnatal period is nicely presented by Drs. Fujinaka, Wang, Matsushita and Vasavada. Together these chapters provide a comprehensive and mechanistic view of the signaling pathways that are relevant for mammalian beta-cell proliferation. This is an excellent book for the research scientist who is planning studies in the area of beta-cell regeneration and also provides the clinician with a view to the potential pathways that may participate in human beta-cell growth. Pub Date: February 7, 2011 Pages: 142 Figures: 24 Tables: 4 Hard Cover 142 pages. ISBN-13: 9781587063381

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24283 Islet Cell Growth Factors

Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School
1587063387
U.S.A., Landes Bioscience, 2011, Hard Cover, New


New. Islet Cell Growth Factors By Rohit N. Kulkarni; Harvard Medical School : Product Details: This book, Islet Cell Growth Factors, provides a timely contribution to the current thinking regarding the concepts in the area of islet cell regeneration with special reference to insulin secreting beta cells. The contributions are from leaders in the field with a long-standing interest in the area of islet biology. In the first chapter Drs. Dirice and Kulkarni provide a broad introduction to the topic of islet cell regeneration with a focus on growth factor pathways, especially the insulin and insulin-like growth factor signaling mechanisms affecting beta cells in Type 1, Type 2 and gestational diabetes. This is followed by a contribution by Drs. Granot and Dor who describe an elegant lineage-trace model to confirm that proliferation is one of the major mechanisms underlying beta-cell regeneration in adult rodents. These findings are backed up by Drs. Georgia and Bhushan on cell cycle control in beta cells. Subsequent chapters are focused on proteins downstream of the growth factor pathways in the regulation of beta-cell biology. Thus, Drs. Ham and Stoffers discuss the role of the homeodomain protein, Pdx-1, on beta-cell growth while Dr. Bernal-Mizrachi describes the significance of Akt in beta-cell growth and function. Finally, Drs. Kitamura, Kitamura and Accili highlight the importance of the forkhead protein, FoxO1, in pancreatic betacells. In addition to insulin and IGF-I, several other growth factors play an important role in modulating beta-cell growth. The pathway utilized by the hepatocyte growth factor is discussed by Drs. Gonzalez-Perusa, Alonso and Garcia-Ocana. The significance of pathways relevant for beta-cell proliferation and apoptosis during pregnancy and the postnatal period is nicely presented by Drs. Fujinaka, Wang, Matsushita and Vasavada. Together these chapters provide a comprehensive and mechanistic view of the signaling pathways that are relevant for mammalian beta-cell proliferation. This is an excellent book for the research scientist who is planning studies in the area of beta-cell regeneration and also provides the clinician with a view to the potential pathways that may participate in human beta-cell growth. Pub Date: February 7, 2011 Pages: 142 Figures: 24 Tables: 4 Hard Cover 142 pages. ISBN-13: 9781587063381

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24284 Immunology (Paperback) Fourth Edition

Roitt, Ivan; Brostoff, Jonathan; Male, David
0723421781
U.S.A., Mosby-Year Book, 1996, Soft cover, Good
Book, 

Good condition. Minimal highlighting. Immunology (Paperback) Fourth Edition By Roitt, Ivan; Brostoff, Jonathan; Male, David The liberal use of lucid, colorful diagrams explaining the main points and key concepts of immunology sets this book apart from other texts. Concise text describes immunologic mechanisms and their purpose or importance while illustrations display the complex structures, processes and interactions. Clarity has been enhanced in the fourth edition with more consistency in reading level and added pedagogy. This book is in a relatively easy to read format, colour diagrams help illustrate the concepts in the text and one of the most useful features are the comprehensive summary tables throughout the book. Roitts is a good buy if you are particularly interested in Immunology. Product Details Paperback: 416 pages Publisher: Mosby-Year Book; 4th edition (January 1996) Language: English ISBN-10: 0723421781 ISBN-13: 978-0723421788 Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 8.4 x 0.8 inches

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24285 Criticism of Earth: On Marx, Engels and Theology (Historical Materialism Book)

Roland Boer (Author)
1608462749
U.S.A., Historical Materialism, 2013, Soft Cover, Very Good


Very good condition. Criticism of Earth: On Marx, Engels and Theology (Historical Materialism Book) By Roland Boer (Author) Product Details Series: Historical Materialism Book (Book 35) Paperback: 379 pages Publisher: Historical Materialism; Reprint edition (August 13, 2013) Language: English ISBN-10: 1608462749 ISBN-13: 9781608462742 Product Dimensions: 1 x 6 x 9 inches

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24286 DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set

Roland H. Good, Ph.D.; Ruth Kaminski, Ph.D.
160697775X
U.S.A, Sopris West, 2013, Hard Cover, New


New. DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set By Roland H. Good, Ph.D.; Ruth Kaminski, Ph.D. : Product Details: DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills DIBELS Next measures are quick and efficient measures that indicate if a student is on track for reading success. With both universal screening and progress monitoring components, these measures are critical tools for educators as they: Identify students who need intervention support Evaluate the effectiveness of interventions Correlate to NAEP and state test performance Support the RtI/multitiered model Product Number: 289465 ISBN-13: 9781606977750

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24287 DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set

Roland H. Good, Ph.D.; Ruth Kaminski, Ph.D.
160697775X
U.S.A, Sopris West, 2013, Hard Cover, New


New. DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set By Roland H. Good, Ph.D.; Ruth Kaminski, Ph.D. : Product Details: DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills DIBELS Next measures are quick and efficient measures that indicate if a student is on track for reading success. With both universal screening and progress monitoring components, these measures are critical tools for educators as they: Identify students who need intervention support Evaluate the effectiveness of interventions Correlate to NAEP and state test performance Support the RtI/multitiered model Product Number: 289465 ISBN-13: 9781606977750

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24288 DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set

Roland H. Good, Ph.D.; Ruth Kaminski, Ph.D.
160697775X
U.S.A, Sopris West, 2013, Hard Cover, New


New. DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set By Roland H. Good, Ph.D.; Ruth Kaminski, Ph.D. : Product Details: DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills DIBELS Next measures are quick and efficient measures that indicate if a student is on track for reading success. With both universal screening and progress monitoring components, these measures are critical tools for educators as they: Identify students who need intervention support Evaluate the effectiveness of interventions Correlate to NAEP and state test performance Support the RtI/multitiered model Product Number: 289465 ISBN-13: 9781606977750

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24289 DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set

Roland H. Good, Ph.D.; Ruth Kaminski, Ph.D.
160697775X
U.S.A, Sopris West, 2013, Hard Cover, New


New. DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set By Roland H. Good, Ph.D.; Ruth Kaminski, Ph.D. : Product Details: DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills DIBELS Next measures are quick and efficient measures that indicate if a student is on track for reading success. With both universal screening and progress monitoring components, these measures are critical tools for educators as they: Identify students who need intervention support Evaluate the effectiveness of interventions Correlate to NAEP and state test performance Support the RtI/multitiered model Product Number: 289465 ISBN-13: 9781606977750

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24290 DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set

Roland H. Good, Ph.D.; Ruth Kaminski, Ph.D.
160697775X
U.S.A, Sopris West, 2013, Hard Cover, New


New. DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set By Roland H. Good, Ph.D.; Ruth Kaminski, Ph.D. : Product Details: DIBELS Next Grade K Classroom Set Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills DIBELS Next measures are quick and efficient measures that indicate if a student is on track for reading success. With both universal screening and progress monitoring components, these measures are critical tools for educators as they: Identify students who need intervention support Evaluate the effectiveness of interventions Correlate to NAEP and state test performance Support the RtI/multitiered model Product Number: 289465 ISBN-13: 9781606977750

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24291 DIBLES Phoneme Segmentation Fluency Progress Monitoring Scoring Booklets (Set of 6)

Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski
1593180179
U.S.A., Sopris West, 2003, Soft Cover, Like New


Like New. Slight shelfwear scuffing. DIBLES Phoneme Segmentation Fluency Progress Monitoring Scoring Booklets (Set of 6) By Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski Product Details Paperback Publisher: Sopris West (2003) 54640 ISBN-10: 1593180179 ISBN-13: 9781593180171

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24292 DIBLES Oral Reading Fluency Progress Monitoring Scoring Booklets (Set of 6) Sixth Edition

Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski
1593180209
U.S.A., Sopris West, 2003, Soft Cover, New


New. DIBLES Oral Reading Fluency Progress Monitoring Scoring Booklets (Set of 6) Sixth Edition By Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski : Product Details: DIBLES Oral Reading Fluency Progress Monitoring Scoring Booklets (Set of 6) This prevention-oriented assessment for growth and development of early literacy skills will help you easily identify students in need of intervention and accurately evaluate the effectiveness of intervention strategies. DIBELS is designed for ongoing use to: measure foundational skills and progress in beginning reading; predict later reading success and performance on high-stakes tests; and provide an instructional goal that will prevent reading failure and promote reading success. Soft Cover Pages: 24 pages, set of 6 ISBN-10: 1593180209 ISBN-13: 9781593180201

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24293 Dibels First Grade Monitoring Scoring Booklets Progress Monitoring Nonsense Word Fluency (6-pack)

Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski
1593180195
U.S.A., Sopris West, 2003, Soft Cover, New


New. Dibels First Grade Scoring Booklet Progress Monitoring Nonsense Word Fluency (6-pack) By Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski Product Details This prevention-oriented assessment for growth and development of early literacy skills will help you easily identify students in need of intervention and accurately evaluate the effectiveness of intervention strategies. DIBELS is designed for ongoing use to: measure foundational skills and progress in beginning reading; predict later reading success and performance on high-stakes tests; and provide an instructional goal that will prevent reading failure and promote reading success. Paperback Pages: 24 pages, set of 6 Date Published: 2003 ISBN / UPC: 1593180195 ISBN-10: 1593180195 ISBN-13: 9781593180195

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24294 Dibels First Grade Monitoring Scoring Booklets Progress Monitoring Nonsense Word Fluency (6-pack)

Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski
1593180195
U.S.A., Sopris West, 2003, Soft Cover, New


New. Dibels First Grade Scoring Booklet Progress Monitoring Nonsense Word Fluency (6-pack) By Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski Product Details This prevention-oriented assessment for growth and development of early literacy skills will help you easily identify students in need of intervention and accurately evaluate the effectiveness of intervention strategies. DIBELS is designed for ongoing use to: measure foundational skills and progress in beginning reading; predict later reading success and performance on high-stakes tests; and provide an instructional goal that will prevent reading failure and promote reading success. Paperback Pages: 24 pages, set of 6 Date Published: 2003 ISBN / UPC: 1593180195 ISBN-10: 1593180195 ISBN-13: 9781593180195

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24295 Dibels First Grade Monitoring Scoring Booklets Progress Monitoring Nonsense Word Fluency (6-pack)

Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski
1593180195
U.S.A., Sopris West, 2003, Soft Cover, New


New. Dibels First Grade Scoring Booklet Progress Monitoring Nonsense Word Fluency (6-pack) By Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski Product Details This prevention-oriented assessment for growth and development of early literacy skills will help you easily identify students in need of intervention and accurately evaluate the effectiveness of intervention strategies. DIBELS is designed for ongoing use to: measure foundational skills and progress in beginning reading; predict later reading success and performance on high-stakes tests; and provide an instructional goal that will prevent reading failure and promote reading success. Paperback Pages: 24 pages, set of 6 Date Published: 2003 ISBN / UPC: 1593180195 ISBN-10: 1593180195 ISBN-13: 9781593180195

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24296 DIBELS Next Progress Monitoring Assessment Book B Assessor Directions and Student Materials

Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski
1606973894
U.S.A., Cambium Learning Group; Sopris, 2010, Spiral Bound, Good
Book, 

Good condition. No interior writing or highlighting. Has pagewear scuffing black marks. DIBELS Next Progress Monitoring Assessment Book B Assessor Directions and Student Materials By Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski : Product Details: DIBELS Next Progress Monitoring Assessment Book B Assessor Directions and Student Materials Book B: DIBELS Next Progress Monitoring Assessment Assessor Directions and Student Materials (NWF, PSF, ORF levels 1-3) Date Published: 2010 Grade Level: K-6 Audience: Reading Specialists, General and Special Education Teachers, Title I Teachers W273210 Spiral Bound Soft Cover 393 pages. ISBN-10: 1606973894 ISBN-13: 9781606973899

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24297 DIBLES Oral Reading Fluency Progress Monitoring Scoring Booklets (Set of 6) Sixth Edition

Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski
1593180209
U.S.A., Sopris West, 2003, Soft Cover, New


New. DIBLES Oral Reading Fluency Progress Monitoring Scoring Booklets (Set of 6) Sixth Edition By Roland H. Good; Ruth A. Kaminski : Product Details: DIBLES Oral Reading Fluency Progress Monitoring Scoring Booklets (Set of 6) This prevention-oriented assessment for growth and development of early literacy skills will help you easily identify students in need of intervention and accurately evaluate the effectiveness of intervention strategies. DIBELS is designed for ongoing use to: measure foundational skills and progress in beginning reading; predict later reading success and performance on high-stakes tests; and provide an instructional goal that will prevent reading failure and promote reading success. Soft Cover Pages: 24 pages, set of 6 ISBN-10: 1593180209 ISBN-13: 9781593180201

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24298 Longman Science: Earth, Audio Program CD

Roland Scal
0132679515
U.S.A, Pearson Longman, 2011, CD-ROM, Like New


Like New. (CD-ROM only as listed) Longman Science: Earth, Audio Program CD By Roland Scal : Product Details: The Longman Science Audio Program allows teachers to model oral reading fluency and to give students additional support to English learners and struggling readers. Longman Science is a program for English Language Learners (ELLs) and struggling readers who need to learn science concepts and vocabulary. It is designed for students at the beginning level of English proficiency. Product Details CD-ROM Publisher: Pearson Education (US); 2nd edition edition (April 7, 2011) Language: English ISBN-10: 0132679515 ISBN-13: 9780132679510

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24299 Longman Science Physical Audio Program CD-ROM

Roland Scal
013267954X
U.S.A., Pearson Longman, 2011, Audio CD, New


New. Longman Science Physical Audio Program CD-ROM By Roland Scal : Product Details: Longman Science Physical Audio Program CD-ROM Format: Audio CD ISBN-10: 013267954X ISBN-13: 9780132679541

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24300 Storm Runners: Wind (Playaway Children) Preloaded Digital Audio Player

Roland Smith (Author), Tk (Narrator), Ramon de Ocampo (Narrator)
1617071501
U.S.A., Playaway Children, 2011, Preloaded Digital Audio Player, New


New. Storm Runners: Wind (Playaway Children) Preloaded Digital Audio Player By Roland Smith (Author), Tk (Narrator), Ramon de Ocampo (Narrator) Product Details Age Range: 9 and up Grade Level: 4 and up Series: Playaway Children Preloaded Digital Audio Player Publisher: Scholastic (March 1, 2011) Language: English ISBN-10: 1617071501 ISBN-13: 9781617071508 Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 5.5 x 1 inches

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