316+ pages, 61 articles, 100 authors
Spring 2004     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 8, Issue 1

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Table of Contents      by page number and by Keyword Subject Index
Articles on various topics plus the following special features:

	(1)Management education	and	(2)Media Literacy

Factors Affecting Student Adoption of Online Education  /  2593-4w EDITORS' CHOICE full-text 
	Parbudyal Singh, York University, Canada
	William Pan, University of New Haven, CT 
Media and Theory Through the Writing Process  /  2421-4w EDITORS' CHOICE full-text 
	Dion Dennis, Bridgewater State College, MA
Implications for Labor-Management Education  /  2352-4w
	Robert E. Ledman, Morehouse College, GA
	Betty Jo Licata, Youngstown State University, OH
Service Learning and International Business Education  /  2369-4w
	Ilan Alon, Rollins College, FL 
Reward Systems and Self-Managed Team Success  /  2379-4w 
	Stephen A. Furlich, Texas Tech University
	Bolanle A. Olaniran, Texas Tech University
Compressed Video Learning Environments  /  2400-3j
	Jennifer Falkner, Arkansas State University
	Renée L. Cambiano, Northeastern State University, OK
The LEAP Clinic  /  2433-3j 
	Greg Conderman, Northern Illinois University - DeKalb
	Joe Morin, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Information Competencies and Student Athletes  /  2452-3j
	Ashley Robinson,  The Pennsylvania State University
	Daniel C. Mack,  The Pennsylvania State University
Culturally Relevant Instruction for Latinos  /  2454-3j
	Lori S. Mestre, University of Massachusetts Amherst
An Information Literacy Umbrella for Instruction  /  2465-3j
	Wm. Joseph Thomas, East Carolina University 
	Carolyn N. Willis, East Carolina University
The SURF Board: A Collaborative Strategy  /  2471-3j
	Sally M. Barton-Arwood, Vanderbilt University
	Michelle K. Hosp, University of Utah
	John L. Hosp, University of Utah
The Great War in the Classroom  /  2491-3z
	Laura Cruz, Western Carolina University
Whimsical Sponsors for Critical Thinking  /  2493-4w
	George G. Klemic, Notre Dame de Namur University, CA
Applying Constructivism in a Traditional Environment  /  2494-3z
	Ahmed Ali, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Jamming Econo: Punk Aesthetics in Theatre  /  2497-3z
	Luke Krueger, Arizona State University
A Multisystemic Approach for Management Education  /  2506-4w
	Chong-Tek Aik, Walden University
Second-Generation Instructional Design for E-Learning  /  2512-3z
	Paul Kawachi, Kurume Shin-Ai Women’s College, Japan 
Training and Learning in the Post-industrial Workplace  /  2515-4w
	Chong-Tek Aik, Walden University
Modifying Field Experiences to Service-Learning  /  2521-3z
	Anne Larson, California State University, Los Angeles
Moral Ambiguity in Darkness Visible  /  2524-3z
	Nursel Icoz, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Social Issues in First-year College Writing  /  2538-3z
	Karen Peterson Welch, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
The Politics of Writing Center as Location  /  2540-3z
	Melissa Nicolas, Penn State University Berks-Lehigh Valley
New Professors’ Reflections on the Dissertation Process  /  2542-3z
	Karen A. Onofrey, Arizona State University West
	Deanna Day, Washington State University Vancouver, WA
Democratic Discipline in Professional Development Schools  /  2548-4w
	Susan Pass, Clemson University, SC
	Bea Bailey, Clemson University, SC
Principles for More Deliberate Assessment  /  2549-3z
	Michael J. Maher, North Carolina State University
	Alan J. Reiman, North Carolina State University
Television, Authorship, and Student Writers  /  2551-4w
	Bronwyn T. Williams, University of Louisville, KY
When Worlds Collide: Libraries & Writing Centers  /  2552-3z
	Megan Lowe, University of Louisiana at Monroe
	Ben Lea, University of Missouri at Rolla
Teaching Critical Thinking Online  /  2559-4w
	Angelyn Spaulding Flowers, University of the District of Columbia
Media Practice in the Humanities  Classroom  /  2561-4w
	Elizabeth Walden, Bryant College, RI
Iconotexts and Architecture:  Toward Literary Analysis  /  2568-4w
	Jeffrey Cass, Texas A&M International University
Multi-Discipline, Web-based Healthcare Orientation  /  2569-4w
	Irene L. E. Mueller, Western Carolina University 
	Linda Eargle, Western Carolina University
Student attitudes towards Web sites  /  2581-4w
	Ananda Mitra, Wake Forest University, NC 
	Jennifer Willyard, Wake Forest University, NC
	Carrie Anne Platt, Wake Forest University, NC
	Michael Parsons, Wake Forest University, NC
Longing for Titus’ Big Screen Debut  /  2582-4w
	David Strong, University of Texas at Tyler
Faculty Technology Training: Learning Objects  /  2586-3z
	Judy Baker, San Diego Miramar College, CA
	Nathan Botts, San Diego County Office of Education, CA
	Karen Owen, San Diego Mesa College, CA 
Pre-service teachers’ experience of inclusion  /  2590-4w  
	Berenice Nyland, RMIT University, Australia
Preservice Teachers’ Attitudes Regarding ESL  / 2591-4w
	Philip C. Smith, University of South Florida
Non-native Speakers in E-Learning Environments  /  2597-3z
	Yuzhu Teng, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY
	James Allen, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY
School Environments Alienate Some Students  /  2601-4w 
	Monica R. Brown, The University of Kansas
The Pedagogy of Urban Media Literacy  /  2602-4w
	Ann Hetzel Gunkel, Columbia College Chicago, IL
Different majors - different epistemological beliefs?  /  2610-4w
	Johannes Strobel, University of Missouri-Columbia, MO 
	Dan Cernusca, University of Missouri-Columbia, MO
	David H. Jonassen, University of Missouri-Columbia, MO
Student Attitudes Toward Intellectual Property  / 2611-4w
	Amy Ward Martin, Pace University, NY
Students’ Beliefs about Summary/Reaction Journals  /  2612-4w
	Dave S. Knowlton, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville 
	Beth Heffren, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville 
	Natalie Fish, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville  
	Amy Eschmann, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
	Holle Voss, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Student Perceptions of Web-Based Learning  / 2614-4w
	Mohammad I. Santally, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
Media Literacy Prepares Teachers for Diversity  /  2615-4w
	Gretchen Schwarz, Oklahoma State University
Ethics and Community in  Management Education  /  4w
	Rita Weathersby, University of New Hampshire
	Judith White, University of Redlands
Teaching Film Theory in a Post-Film Era  /  2621-4w
	Carol Donelan, Carleton College, MN 
Adult ESL Learners and Professional Career  /  2622-4w
	Jungkang Kim, Furman University, SC
The Cinematic Imagination: Lights, Sound, Writing!  /  2623-4w
	Loren P. Q. Baybrook, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Global Management Education via the Internet  /  2624-4w
	Karen Eastwood, Florida Gulf Coast University
A media literacy project on violence and conflict  /  2626-4w
	Erica Scharrer, University of Massachusetts Amherst
	Leda Cooks, University of Massachusetts Amherst
	Qianqing Ren, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Students Perception On E-Learning: A Case-Study  /  2628-4w
	Vito Pipitone, Italian National Research Council, Palermo
	Giovanni Fulantelli, Italian National Research Council, Palermo
	Mario Allegra, Italian National Research Council, Palermo
The foundation of students' perceptions  /  2629-4w
	Jan Elen, University of Leuven, Belgium
	Geraldine Clarebout, University of Leuven, Belgium
Mastering Motivational Theories  /  2630-4w
	Erica Mohr, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, CT
	Laurel Goulet, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, CT
	Jonathan Heller, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, CT
Student Perceptions of Skills and Employability  /  2632-4w
	Mark Hindmarch,  University of Sunderland, UK
	Hannah Warren, University of Sunderland, UK
	Mark Johnson,   University of Sunderland, UK
WebCT Surveys: Opportunities and Challenges  /  2633-4l
	Marwin Britto, Central Washington University, WA
The Use and Abuse of Adjunct Faculty in Theology  /  2634-4w
	Julie J. Kilmer, Elmhurst College
Students’ voices on foreign language anxiety  /  2637-4w
	Junko Dosaka, Indiana University
Introducing Second Graders to Media Literacy  /  2638-4w
	Andrea Bergstrom, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
	Angela Paradise, University of Massachusetts, Amherst 
	Erica Scharrer,  University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Teaching Literary Theory without Opaqueness  /  2642
	Wisam Mansour, Fatih University, Turkey 
Building Leadership and Understanding in Teams  /  2653-4w
	Patricia Ann Marcellino, Adelphi University, NY
Intergroup Perception of International Students  /  2654-4w
	Jose Saura Sanchez, Murcia University,  Spain

Teaching Mindfully: Encountering Student Perceptions, Beliefs, and Attitudes
	Heather Ackley, Azusa Pacific University, CA
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