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Some of the most important research, both qualitative and quantitative, done by graduate students for their master's theses and doctoral dissertations, is generally not known nor readily accessible yet their findings are important for both further research and for practical use in developing or improving learning support centers.
This list is a beginning in identifying these documents. Please email me if you know of any that are missing. Doctoral Dissertations Alberding, A. Mathematics Learning Centers in Two-year Colleges. University of Arizona Blackaby, S.
The Academic world of underprepared students in a Washington State community college. A study to project the utilization of a university learning center for people of retirement age.
A longitudinal case study of a learning resource center: Math lab for academically disadvantaged students, Doctoral Dissertation at Oklahoma State University. A study to formulate a learning assistance model for the California community college.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Pepperdine University. Available from University Microfilm: Differences in instructional practices in study techniques as provided by two groups of teachers developmental education, learning center, skills. University of Nebraska - Lincoln.
An analysis of evaluation practices of learning assistance programs at selected institutions of the United States. Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
A case study of organizational innovation in higher education: Doctoral dissertation at Grambling State University. Persistence of underprepared community college students related to learning assistance center use.
A qualitative study of perceptions of external factors that influence the persistence of black males at a predominantly white four-year state college African-American, men.
A comparative study and an analysis of their effectiveness.
The college tutoring experience. Foy, King David Doctoral Dissertation at Pepperdine University. A study to describe and analyze the objectives, organization, and services of selected learning centers in southern states.
Doctoral Dissertation, University of Tennessee. The functions of a learning center. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Southern Missouri University. A three-year study of the effect of an individualized learning center on students' attitude and achievement Utah State University Haynes, C.
A study of learning centers in southeastern two-year and four-year public and private colleges and universities. Boston University Horstman, W. A quantitative comparison of two different college success course formats on freshmen at a four-year college.
The relationship of college support services to the success of students with learning disabilities attending a historically black university. Affective adjustment and cognitive achievement as a function of learning center tutoring. United States International University. Characteristics of persisters and non persisters in voluntary study skills interventions Nonpersisters, Learning Centers.Carnegie, VA study of teachers’ explanations University of Lancaster Unpublished Master’s thesis Google Scholar Clark, RJAuthoritarianism, educational progressivism and teacher trainees’ use of inquiry Stanford University Unpublished doctoral dissertationCited in Krasno, Google Scholar.
Department of Higher and Adult Education, Teachers College, Columbia University. Research into self-directed learning constitutes a chief growth area in the field of adult education research in the last decade. This paper argues that the propensity and capacity of many adults to conduct self.
The University of Maryland, College Park has entered into an agreement with Proquest Information and Learning Services to accept theses and dissertations in.
Ph.D. Dissertation, Sociology, University of Michigan. Western Michigan University ScholarWorks at WMU Dissertations Graduate College An Exploratory Study of Michigan Grantmaker Attributes and. D0's Run II Top Quark Ph.D. Dissertations.
List of recently completed Ph.D. dissertations and dissertations in progress in archaeology. Research Indicating That School Libraries Improve Student Achievement Dianne Oberg Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada In an article in last issue of Access, I asked “How can we show that school libraries are making a difference in student learning?”.
By: Xerox University Microfilms. Published: () A reference guide to Latin America and the Caribbean: a collection of doctoral dissertations .