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Assessing Student Learning Through Effective Academic & Professional Partnerships: The Why, The How, And The Results, Laurence Minsky 2009 Columbia College Chicago

Assessing Student Learning Through Effective Academic & Professional Partnerships: The Why, The How, And The Results, Laurence Minsky

Laurence Minsky

Objective, external feedback can provide the backup academic departments need to “drive” programmatic and institutional improvements. This session will offer successful approaches for recruiting independent professionals and working with them to develop assessment rubrics to objectively measure student learning on programmatic and institutional levels. At the end of the session, participants will be able to (1) identify potential assessors for curriculum and/or program; (2) develop a strategy for identifying and recruiting independent assessors and; (3) generate talking points with instructions to communicate expectations and assessment methods to get usable, valid results and data.


Building Social Capital Through Corporate Social Investment, David Cooke 2009 Southern Cross University

Building Social Capital Through Corporate Social Investment, David Cooke

David Cooke

Corporate support for the not-for-profit sector has been underestimated by many companies as a highly effective strategy to develop brand awareness, attract and retain top staff and build social capital. Some top australian companies have understood this and have well developed partnerships with the not-for-profit sector leading to mutually beneficial outcomes and positive societal impacts. In-depth interviews and case studies support this.


Body Billboards And Brand Colonization: Embodied Corporate Advertising In Postmodern Branding Culture, Brandon Hensley 2009 Millikin University

Body Billboards And Brand Colonization: Embodied Corporate Advertising In Postmodern Branding Culture, Brandon Hensley

Brandon O. Hensley

Body billboard advertising is a phenomenon that has emerged over the past decade. It involves tattooing corporate logos/messages on the flesh in ways that are visible to other people. These ads are "branded" on the bodies of individuals willing to rent out "spaces" to companies that pay to affix a corporate image/message on them. This paper seeks to examine this practice as it relates to a postmodern landscape where culture is mass produced, identity is unstable and subject to corporate domination, and living bodies are commodified in the reification of corporate presence in all facets of society. Body ...


Meaning Matters: Polysemy In Advertising, Stefano Puntoni, Jonathan Schroeder, Mark Ritson 2009 Selected Works

Meaning Matters: Polysemy In Advertising, Stefano Puntoni, Jonathan Schroeder, Mark Ritson

Mark Ritson

No abstract provided.


How To Succeed In Advertising When All You Have Is Talent, Laurence Minsky 2009 Columbia College Chicago

How To Succeed In Advertising When All You Have Is Talent, Laurence Minsky

Laurence Minsky

No abstract provided.


Zarządzenie Wizerunkiem Uczelni Niepublicznych, Tomasz Zacłona 2009 State Higher Vocational School, Nowy Sacz, Poland

Zarządzenie Wizerunkiem Uczelni Niepublicznych, Tomasz Zacłona

Tomasz Zacłona

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The Massillon Artful Living Project: Some Positive Results Are Evident, Oscar T. McKnight, John Sikula, Gary Zoldesy 2009 Ashland University

The Massillon Artful Living Project: Some Positive Results Are Evident, Oscar T. Mcknight, John Sikula, Gary Zoldesy

Oscar T McKnight Ph.D.

The Massillon Artful Living Project (ALP) was created to immerse developing minds in the fine arts and to enhance the creativity, social skills, and academic achievement of preschool children. The data analyses to date support program expansion. Also, feedback by teachers, parents, administrators and community arts providers are positive.


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