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Does Collaboration in Teaching Situations Help in Enhancing Teacher’s Job Satisfaction?

Pavneet Bharaj
Collaboration dismantles the compartmentalized structure of educational organizations and creates a safe and supportive environment for its teachers. This helps them to share valuable knowledge related to content or pedagogy, with the common interest of creating a better learning environment for the students. Collaboration supports teachers in instructional practices as well as contributes to their job satisfaction. The structure of this paper is guided by theoretical frameworks by DuFour, Eaker, and DuFour’s (2005) on collaboration,...

The Conceptualization of Sisterhood Within the Collegiate Sorority: An Exploration

Joshua Shutts, Gentry McCreary & Sarah Cohen

Operationalizing Organizational Change Theory: Implications for Practice in the Fraternity/Sorority Movement

Tim Reuter & Steve Backer

Student Learning in Fraternities and Sororities: Using NSSE Data to Describe Members’ Participation in Educationally Meaningful Activities in College

Dan Bureau, Helen Grace Ryan, Chad Ahren, Rick Shoup & Vasti Torres

The Conceptualization of Sisterhood Within the Collegiate Sorority: an Exploration

Sarah Cohen, Gentry McCreary & Joshua Shutts

Information Sharing and Bargaining in Buyer-Seller Networks

Sofia Priazhkina & Frank H. Page
This paper presents a model of strategic buyer-seller networks with information exchange between sellers. Prior to engaging in bargaining with buyers, sellers can share access to buyers for a negotiated transfer. We study how this information exchange affects overall market prices, volumes and welfare, given different initial market conditions and information sharing rules. In markets with homogeneous traders, sharing always increases total trade volume. The market reaches Walrasian trade volume when there are more buyers...

The U.S. Government Technical Report and Aerospace Knowledge Diffusion: Results of an On-Going Investigation

Thomas E. Pinelli, A.R. Khan, R.O. Barclay & J.M. Kennedy
This paper contains descriptive and analytical data concerning the U.S. government technical report. These data were collected as part of an on-going investigation directed toward understanding the transfer of federally funded aerospace research and development (R&D). The paper summarizes current literature and research, discusses U.S. government technical report use, and presents data obtained from the Aerospace Knowledge Diffusion Research Project. U.A. aerospace engineers and scientists use technical reports primarily for research and indicate that relevance,...

Is the Licensing of Grey Literature Using the Full Palette of “Contractual” Colors?: A Comparative Analysis of Grey Literature Terms of Use

Tomas Lipinski & Andrea Copeland
This paper reviews a sample of licenses or terms of use governing the use of grey collections. A license is a form of legal permission. It need not be a contract but often is. Some terms of service reviewed do not even provide permission per se but state a list or rules users should follow. From this analysis a list of best licensing practices or checklist of considerations can be offered. Regardless of the specific...

Spirituality of College Students: An Examination of Fraternity/Sorority Member and Non-Member Groups

Bradley M. Webb & John A. Mueller

Fraternity and Sorority New Members’ Self-Regulation of Alcohol Use

Andrew Wall, Janet Reis & Dan Bureau

A Values-Based Learning Model to Impact Maturational Change: The College Fraternity as Developmental Crucible

Tim Reuter, Elgan Baker, Michael V. Hernandez & Dan Bureau

Living in Your Letters: Assessing Congruence Between Espoused and Enacted Values of One Fraternity/Sorority Community

Heather Matthews, Leigh Featherstone, Lisa Blunder, Allison J. Gerling, Sarah Lodge & Rachel B. Messenger

What's in a Span? Evaluating the Creativity of a Span-Based Neural Constituency Parser

Daniel Dakota & Sandra Kübler

How Long is Forever in the Laboratory? Three Implementations of an Infinite-Horizon Monetary Economy

Janet Hua Jiang, Daniela Puzzello & Cathy Zhang
Standard monetary models adopt an infinite horizon with discounting. Testing these models in the lab requires implementing this horizon within a limited time frame. We compare three approaches to such an implementation and discuss their relative advantages.

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