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Volume XXII, Number 2
Spring 1992

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Administration & Faculty

American Council on Education. (1988). Guidelines for making credit/noncredit decisions. 18(4), 17-19.

Andrews, H.A. (1984). Combining community and student services: A philosophical or economic move? 14(2), 9-11.

Andrews, H.A. (1984). Sensitizing and delivering the community services philosophy through the instructional core. 14(3), 13-16.

Andrews, H.A. (1987). Part-time faculty evaluation--A mirage. 17(3), 22-25.

Ashworth, T.E. (1988). Improving the effectiveness of part-time faculty in community colleges. 18(3), 15-18.

Bartok, L.A. (1982). A faculty handbook for non-credit instructors. 12(2), 31.

Bartok, L.A. (1985). Where have all the students gone? An attrition/retention study of continuing education students. 15(2), 14-15.

Brook, P.A. (1989). How to prosper in the continuing education classroom. 19(2), 19-20.

Calhoun, A.B., & Lestina, R. (1986). Using financial incentives to motivate staff: A program that works. 16(4), 22-25.

Cavan, J.J. (1977). Concerns in community college education. 8(1), 18-21.

Claunch, J., & Miller, B.W. (1980). Why professional development for community service faculty. 10(3), 17-20.

Cotoia, A.M. (1988). Marketing: Educators' new buzz word. 17(2), 19-22.

Creamer, D.G. (1979). Meeting counseling needs of evening and part-time students through community service management strategies. 9(3), 14-17.

Cross, K.P. (1984). Cooperation and competition in the learning society. 14(1), 2-7.

Dailey, A.L., Bartok, L., O'Shell, W., & Bartok, F.F. (1985). Accreditation of nanny education programs: Organizations and issues. 15(4), 31-32.

Dejardin, C. (1989). Proper use of audio-visual aids: Essential for educators. 19(3), 21-23.

Dejardin, C. (1990). Developing an appreciation for the work of your associates. 20(4), 24-25.

DeLellis, A.J. (1977). Educational supervision in continuing education: Need for an expanded role. 8(1), 15-17.

DiCroce, D.M. (1991). Staffing for the new century. 21(2), 3-7.

Donnelly, B. (1971). Should there be community college community services administrators? 1(1), 18-24.

Donnelly, B. (1973). Statewide master plans in community ser- vices. 4(3), 37-46.

Donnelly, B. (1984). Guidelines for effective management. 14(3), 17-21.

Fitzgerald, B., & Jahns, C. (1983). Shopping mall location enhances community service program. 13(1), 32.

Flory, H. (1984). The Raymond Walters College Work and Learning Council. 14(4), 31.

Fox, G.C. (1984). Factors that motivate part-time faculty. 14(1), 17-21.

Gianopulos, J. (1974). Leadership in the community. 4(2), 13-18.

Glass M.R., & Andrew, L.D. (1979). Continuing education: What do key community administrators think? 9(2), 11-14.

Gollattscheck, J.F. (1982). Confronting the complexity of community analysis. 12(1), 7-11.

Gollattscheck, J.F., & Richburg, J.R. (1981). The charrette as a group decision-making process for community-based institutions. 11(1), 22-25.

Gonzalez, C. (1989). Project PROMISE. 19(4), 28.

Griswold, S., & Heermann, B. (1982). Extending individualized adult degree programs to community colleges. 12(4), 24.

Grymes, R.J.,Jr. (1979). The new priority: Management of part- time instructors. 9(1), 14-18.

Hecklinger, F.J., & Curtain, B. (1987). Multiple uses of Virginia VIEW by diverse populations. 17(2), 22-24.

Henderson, L.G. (1981). Making your mark in the marketplace. 11(1), 9-12.

Hoenninger, R. (1979). Mini college: The chance to take a chance, 9(1), 22.

Hoerner, J. (1987). Innovative staff development strategies for adjunct faculty. 17(3), 8-12.

Hoffman, J.R. (1981). Personnel management practices involving continuing education instructors at Texas institutions of higher education. 11(2), 14-17.

Hoffman, J.R. (1985). What continuing education managers should be managing. 15(2), 2-4.

Howe, R.D., & Martin, J. (1979). Another perspective on continuing education: The "learning" teacher. 9(2), 20-21.

Huber, W.G. (1984). A guide to facility use for noncollege users. 14(2), insert.

Impara, J.C., Hoerner, J.L., Clowes, D.A., & Allkins, M.T. (1991). Professional development programs: A comparison of full- and part-time occupational-technical faculty. 21(2), 8-12.

Johnson, E.A. (1984). Guarantee success with Plato. 14(3), 30-31.

Johnson, D.L. (1990). Reinventing the community college. 20(4), 13-16.

Johnson, R.E. (1989). The care and feeding of your advisory committee. 19(1), 16-18.

Kelly, G.O. (1986). A case study in continuing education organization. 16(2), 8-9.

Keim, M.C. (1988). Community services and continuing education administrators: Who are they and what do they do? 18(1), 6- 11.

Keim, W.A. (1973). "Don't look now, Beauregard, but isn't that a camel looking under our tent?" 3(3), 13-16.

Klepper, D., & Potter, J. (1988). Providing educational services to other educational institutions: A model program. 18(2), 30-31.

Knight, B. (1982). The evolution of marketing in education. 12(1), 23-24.

Leitzel, T. (1990). Implementing a team teaching approach for part-time faculty development. 20(1), 21-28.

Lemke, G.K. (1977). Community college--Community education cooperation: The benefits to constituents. 7(1), 32-34.

Luther, P., & Sulkes, S. (1982). Educating one another: What faculty and administrators need to know. 12(3), 22-24.

Maddaford, H.M. (1972). Profile of the community services administrator. 3(2), 39-44.

Maradian, S. (1987). Public service curriculum: Integrating noncredit and credit courses. 17(1), 16-18.

McCarthy, R.F. (1982). CETA revision. 12(2), 25-26.

McLean, R.W. (1986). A two-tiered staff development model for continuing education teachers. 16(2), 4-7.

Miller, B.W. (1982). The administrative Q'Sort (How to empiri- cally determine the duties of director or dean or continuing education). 12(2), 17-20.

Monfette, R.J. (1985). Class schedules need to be classy. 15(4), 30.

Myran, G.A., & MacLeod, D. (1972). Planning for community services in rural community colleges. 3(2), 17-28.

Nini, R.C. (1986). Tips on promoting Adult & Continuing Education Week. 16(3), 26-28.

Osborn, R. (1990). Part-time faculty development: What do we know and what can we use? 20(2), 17-21.

Palmer, J. (1982). Planning the continuing education program. 12(3), 28-30.

Palmer, J. (1983). Assessing community educational needs. 13(1), 28-30.

Palmer, J. (1984). Developing and managing the community services program. 14(1), 25-27.

Palmer, J.C. (1981). Managing community services programs. 11(3), 26-29.

Ratcliff, J.L. (1977). How to select a site for a store-front college center. 7(1), 16-20.

Ratcliff, J.L. (1984). Statewide teleconference educational programming: Strategic planning issues. 14(1), 12-16.

Reneau, S.C. (1988). Project PLUS gains NOVA as big supporter. 18(1), 30.

Richmond, J. (1985). Expansion to assimilation: The role of the student personnel professional. 15(3), 6-9.

Robbins, W., Someck, D., & Braciszwski, B. (1977). Thoughts on building effective advisory councils. 8(1), 13-14.

Rohfeld, J.L. (1984). Faculty growth through community develop- ment. 14(1), 8-11.

Sanchez, B.M. (1980). Part-time community college instructors. 10(2), 27-29.

Scigliano, J.A. (1981). Strengthening hope and purpose in community college futures through strategic marketing planning. 11(1), 16-21.

Shoop, R.J. (1978). The community services professional and the citizen: A bond of mutual respect. 8(2), 18-20.

Springfield, J.W., & Hoffman, J.R. (1984). Personal and professional characteristics of continuing education administrators. 14(2), 15-20.

Sullins, W.R., & Hoerner, J.L. (1977). Community services advisory committees: Effective resources for interagency cooperation. 7(1), 24-27.

Summers, S.R. (1991). Effectiveness in continuing education: A model for planning and evaluation. 21(1), 28-31.

Terry, A. (1984). Short-term training: A means of providing community colleges and students with long-term benefits. 14(1), 22-24.

Thomas, T.K. (1985). Are part-time faculty effective? A review of selected research. 15(2), 22-25.

Thomas, T.K. (1985). The role of the administrator in the community services/continuing education program. 15(1), 22- 24.

Tucker, N.S. (1985). Noncredit faculty: Their expectations for institutional practices. 15(4), 10-14.

Ughetto, R.A., Sanderson, R.M., & McLeod, M.W. (1983). Perceptions of part-time faculty at a rural community college. 13(3), 14-19.

Vaughan, G.B. (1987). Community services: Pathway to the presidency? 17(2), 3-10.

Vivelo, F.R. (1990). The nature and operation of training institutes: A generic marketing plan. 20(4), 3-8.

Vivelo, F.R. (1991). The nature and operation of training institutes: A generic marketing plan for community colleges. 21(1), 13-21.

Wattenbarger, J.L. (1977). Criteria for a community based community college. 7(1), 21-23.

Wattenbarger, J.L. (1981). A leadership role in marketing. 11(1), 13-15.

Werner, S.C. (1989). The NOVA/MDW Partnership: A cooperative program sponsored by Northern Virginia Community College and the Military District of Washington. Army Education Centers. 19(3), 29-31.

Wyman, R. (1972). Critical path for community services. 3(2), 45- 48.

Young, R.J., & Jones, H.M. (1982). State governance structures for community education. 12(4), 15-20.

Adult Education & Lifelong Learning

1973 report of the Joint Committee on the Master Plan for Higher Education. (1974). California's new segment? 4(2), 45-52.

Akes, R.W. (1982). Charter trips: A new dimension for a rural community. 12(3), 31-32.

Allen, J.P. (1988). Administering quality education in an adult correctional facility. 18(4), 28-29.

Amburgey, L., & Sanborn, C.H. (1987). Using CIDS with displaced workers. 17(2), 25-27.

Aslanian, C.B. (1986). Mainstreaming of adults on American campuses. 16(3), 6-10.

Aslanian, C.B., & Brickell, H.M. (1985). Americans in transition: Life changes as reasons for adult learning. [Reviewed by Harold W. Stubblefield] 15(3), 18-19.

Belcher, J.M. (1989). Educational opportunities and life experiences: Red lights or green lights? 19(4), 3-7.

Berger, E.E. (1989). Barriers for rural adult basic education learners. 19(2), 16-18.

Bolar, B.A., & Dejardin, C. (1990). A tuition grant program for noncredit courses for adults. 20(2), 31.

Boyer, E.L. (1972). The next assignment for two-year colleges. 3(2), 3-6.

Brockett, R.G. (Ed.) (1989). Ethical issues in adult education. [Reviewed by Harold W. Stubblefield] 19(1), 19-21.

Brookfield, S.D. (1985). Adult learners, adult education, and the community. [Reviewed by Stephen R. Parson] 15(3), 20-21.

Brookfield, S.D. (1988). Developing critical thinkers: Challeng- ing adults to explore alternate ways of thinking and acting. [Reviewed by Karen A. Noel] 18(4), 21-23.

Brown, T.R. (1985). The Community Scholar Program. 15(3), 32.

Burke, R.J., & Ervin, J.L. (1983). The Lancaster Learn-Over-Lunch Program. 13(3), 31-32.

Burks, C. (1985). The challenge of off-campus education in Northwest Arkansas. 15(2), 29.

Caldwell, C.A., & Trainer, J.F. (1991). The campus role in enhancing college participation in a rural community. 21(1), 3-12.

Cape, R.I. (1990). ERIC review: Educational television. 20(3), 27-29.

Cape, R.I. (1990). ERIC review: Facing the problem of adult illiteracy. 20(1), 29-31.

Chickering, A.W. (1979). Adult development: Implications for teaching and learning. 9(2), 4-10.

Clements, C.C. (1983). How to design a course that makes. 13(4), 9-12.

Clough, D. (1984). Salute to senior citizens night. 14(1), 32.

Clough, D., & Ramsay, R.W. (1979). Non-profit programs that show a profit: Senior citizen programs. 9(2), 29.

Cohen, W.J. (1979). Lifelong learning and public policy. 9(3), 4- 5.

Craig, F.M. (1990). Older adults: Community college students of the 1990s. 20(4), 9-12.

Cramer, G. (1986). Helping reentry students through a short-term course in study skills. 16(4), 30-31.

Criner, L.E. (1991). The impact of education in prisons: Models to reduce recidivism. 21(2), 19-22.

Cross, K.P. (1980). The renaissance in adult learning. 10(2), 4- 10.

Cross, K.P.(1987). One eye on the future. 17(4), 3-7.

Cross, K.P. (1988). New images for adult education. 18(3), 4-5.

Cudiamat, C. (1987). ERIC review: Adult literacy programs noncredit and credit courses. 17(3), 29-31.

Dailey, A.L. (1983). Continuing education programs for retarded adults. 13(1), 31.

Davis, J. (1983). Retired Volunteer Service Corps: A model program. 13(4), 30.

Dejardin, C. (1988). Adult and continuing education: Now, more than ever. 18(4), 10-12.

Dejardin, C., & Schinnow, L. (1985). Eduware parties: Recruiting undereducated adults. 15(3), 30-31.

DeSanctis, V. (1977). A commitment to lifelong learning through community education. 8(1), 1-4.

Deters, D. (1981). A new employer-based English As a Second Language program for Indochinese refugees. 11(1), 31.

Donnelly, B. (1982). Can the Coalition of Adult Education Organizations become a positive planning force for an interorganizational national agenda on adult education? 12(4), 12-14.

Draves, W.A. (1985). How to teach adults. [Reviewed by Jackie J. Johnson] 15(3), 22-25.

Dzierlenga, D.W. (1981). Adult education in community colleges. 11(4), 28-30.

Eisenstein, F. (1979). Brooklyn House of Detention. 9(2), 30.

Fitzgerald, V.R. (1979). Men's Resource Program. 9(2), 31.

Floyd, D.L., & Helens, J. (1987). In celebration of National Adult and Continuing Education Week: A harvest of free courses. 17(1), 32.

Forbes, S.A. (1991). ERIC review: Research on general education developmental programs and its students. 21(2), 27-29.

Friedel, J.N. (1984). "Humanities on the Mall": Taking the humanities to the people. 14(2), 26-27.

Galbraith, J., & Gleason, S. (1991). Programming for older adults: Seven successful strategies. 21(2), 30-31.

Gilder, J. (1981). State policy on lifelong education: Special concerns of community colleges. 11(1), 3-8.

Glass, M.R. (1987). Academically talented: An approach to service. 17(1), 29-30.

Goldberg, M. (1982). The impact of adult education on community mental health. 12(2), 14-16.

Green, A.G., Davis, R., & Allison, S. (1979). Sex equity project: A model for positive awareness. 9(3), 31.

Grinton-Orr, S. (1990). A growing challenge: Adult English As a Second Language learners not literate in their first language. 20(4), 28-29.

Hannula, M.H. (1979). Ideas for living...for adventure seekers of all ages: Community Home Environment Learning Project. 99(1), 23.

Hardy, M. (1989). ERIC review: Research on community services and continuing education. 19(2), 25-27.

Hardy, M.P. (1988). ERIC review: Cultural programs and activities. 18(3), 22-24.

Hardy, M.P. (1988). ERIC review: Instructional guides for parent education programs. 18(1), 27-29.

Hardy, M.P. (1988). ERIC review: Two-year college general education development (GED) programs. 18(4), 24-27.

Hardy, M.P. (1988). ERIC review: Reaching adult learners through educational television. 18(2), 27-29.

Hardy, M.P. (1989). ERIC review: Serving older adults. 19(1), 22- 24.

Harlacher, E.L. (1988). The learning society: A vital role for community services. 18(2), 6-8.

Harvey, L.J. (1983). Community colleges and high technology. 13(3), 11-13.

Hoffman, J.R. (1981). Continuing education for the elderly-One perspective. 11(2), 18-21.

Hull, G.L. (1981). Improving adult learning through instructional development. 11(2), 18-21.

Imel, S. (1986). Adult and continuing education publications of note. 16(4), 26-27.

Johann, P., & Nix, D. (1980). The brokerage model: An example. 10(3), 31.

Karvelis, D.S. (1985). Educational programs for the single traveler in California community colleges. 15(1), 30-31.

Keiser, T.M., & Cavan, J.J. (1984). Community services circuit rider: A small, rural cultural program. 14(2), 29-30.

Kelley, D. (1981). Community colleges and older adults: A review of ideas and publications, Part I. 11(2), 22-25.

Kelley, D. (1981). Community colleges and older adults: A review of ideas and publications, Part II. 11(3), 16-20.

Knowles, M.S. (1983). Adults are not grown-up children as learners. 13(4), 4-8.

Knox, A. (1987). Helping adults learn. [Reviewed by Samuel D. Morgan] 17(3), 26-28.

Kolans, M.E. (1982). Comeback: A program for returning adults. 12(2), 32.

Kussrow, P. (1981). A sense of security. 11(4), 23-25.

Kussrow, P.G. (1982). Food for thought. 12(2), 24.

Landsburg, D.P. (1982). Friday college. 12(3), 32.

Lasota, A. (1990). ERIC review: Assessing the needs of adult students. 20(4), 17-21.

Lawson, R.L. (1989). The Marshall University Children's College Program. 19(1), 29-30.

Li, F. (1990). Continuing education opportunities in China. 20(2), 22-24.

Linville, R., & Moore, D.M. (1985). Telecourses and the community college. 15(4), 16-19.

Magnesen, V.A. (1983). Midnight college: A viable concept. 13(2), 31.

Maraviglia, J. (1982). Infovan: A mobile information and registration center. 12(1), 31-32.

Martorana, S.V., & Smutz, W.D. (1982). Coordination of lifelong learning programs: Some perspectives of community college state directors. 12(1), 2-6.

Mathews, M. (1990). Higher education for Carbon County. 20(3), 30-31.

McCarthy, R.F. (1982). Part-time adult learners. 12(3), 26-27.

McDaniels, C., Snipes, J.K., & Talbutt, L. (1987). Career information delivery systems and their use with adults. 17(2), 12-15.

McGuire, D. (1982). One low-risk approach to management training programs. 12(4), 25.

McQuaid, M.A. (1981). Study Unlimited. 11(4), 32.

McLeod, M., & Parochka, J. (1980). Regional continuing education for health professions. 10(2), 30.

Merrill, K. (1974). Notes. 4(2), 61-64.

Miller, J.V., & Musgrove, M.L. (1987). Issues in adult career counseling. [Reviewed by Martin Gerstein] 17(4), 25-26.

Mitchell, H.B. (1981). Police training. 11(4), 31.

Mondale, W.F. (1977). Lifelong learning. 7(1), 1-3.

Moore, D.M. (1981). Serving the adult student through "Altern- ative Instruction." 11(4), 15-18.

Muha, S. (1983). Talented and Gifted Festival: A consortium success story. 13(4), 29.

Nakamura, Y.C. (1989). Student services in the tapestry of lifelong learning. 19(3), 12-13.

Opitz, A.M., Horton, F.W., & Chambers, B. (1987). Using Virginia VIEW with rural adults. 17(2), 19-21.

Owen, H.J. (1981). Linking for lifelong learning: Some approaches in North Carolina community and technical colleges. 11(4), 19-22.

Palmer, J. (1983). The community services program. 13(2), 22-24.

Palmer, J. (1984). College response to advancing technology. 14(4), 25-27.

Palmer, J. (1985). Educational television at the community college. 15(1), 25.

Perla, J.L. (1988). English for special purposes in business and industry: Suggestions for program design. 18(2), 13-18.

Puryear, A.D. (1988). Understanding the needs of adult students. 18(4), 13-16.

Rashid, C. (1989). Eastern Iowa Community College District's Foster Care Program. 19(4), 29-30.

Richardson, S. (1980). The Emeritus Institute. 10(2), 31.

Robbins, W.A., Morgano, J.A., & Corrado, T.J. (1980). Strategies for serving the reentry adult student in community colleges. 10(3), 21-25.

Robinson, J. (1979). Center for Older Texans. 9(1), 22.

Rosser, J.M. (1980). A court of last resort. 10(3), 13-16.

Roueche, J.E. (1982). Community colleges: Realizing potential in the 80's. 12(1), 17-22.

Russell, D. (1984). Thoughts of an extension educator in Africa. 14(4), 32.

Rybash, J.M. (1981). Moral development, moral education, and the adult student. 11(3), 21-25.

Samuelson, J.L. (1981). Secretaries as professionals. 11(2), 32.

Sanchez, B.M. (1979). Adult education in the community college. 9(2), 26-28.

SanClemente, B. (1981). Word processing program T.L.C. Training to Launch A Career. 11(1), 32.

Savitz, F.R. (1984). A prototype for portfolio development. 14(4), 13-16.

Shively, H.E. (1982). The community educational services program. 12 (1), 31.

Shulman, C.H. (1985). What effective market analysis can do for you: The community assessment program. 15(2), 5-13.

Silva, C.M. (1981). Middlesex County College Division of Community Education Project Adelante. 11(1), 31.

Snowdon, B. (1986). The community college goes to prison. 16(2), 16-17.

Stevenson, J.J. (1990). A case study: Starting apprenticeship programs at Des Moines Area Community College. 20(4), 25-26.

Stone, B.S. (1981). Old age care facilities and needs assessments. 11(3), 30.

Stuen, C., & Kaye, L.W. (1984). Creating educational alliances between retired academics, community agencies and elderly neighborhood residents. 14(4), 21-25.

Sweeney, J.F. (1983). Implementing teleconference educational programming in a community college consortium. 13(2), 10-13.

Sweet, D.E. (1972). City as campus: The audacity of MMSC. 3(2), 29-38.

Taylor, D.F. (1973). A senior's program for Beaver county. 3(3), 29-34.

Taylor, H., & Gallaer, D.C. (1987). Community college career information delivery systems and special needs adults. 17(2), 16-18.

Treadway, D.M. (1985). Higher education in rural America: Serving the adult learner. [Reviewed by Marjorie Keatley] 15(4), 23-25.

Trout, R. (1973). Special degree opportunities for adults. 3(3), 3-12.

Tyndale, J., & Oakes, D. (1986). Cycles in community education: The Vancouver Community College experience. 16(2), 27-30.

Vanover, D.A., & Tolle, D.J. (1978). Lifelong learning: Viewpoints from a special population. 8(2), 10-13.

Vegso, K.A. (1982). The adult resource center: A community educational brokerage service. 12(4), insert.

Walker, M. (1977). Organizing resosurces for lifelong learning. 7(1), 28-31.

Wanty, V. (1972). The Childrens' Physical Development Clinic. 3(3), 35-37.

Watson, R. (1979). A unique extension program. 9(1), 22.

Webster, D.S. (1982). Office equipment update seminar-One approach. 12(4), 25.

Weihe, L.S., & Weinberg, R. (1982). Adjustment from loss of a job to new beginnings: A community library-based program. 12(4), 27-28.

Whitaker, J. (1990). Adelaide + Arizona: Sharing our knowledge. 20(4), 22-24.

Williams, B.B., & Atwell, C.A. (1984). Critics of lifelong learning: A reasoned response. 14(2), 5-8.

Williams, C.C. (1984). Designing learning activities for adults: A practical approach. 14(4), 8-12.

Wilson, D.A., & Antonou, R. (1983). WINGS: Widening interests through new experiences for gifted children. 3(4), 31-32.

Wise, A., & Polites, G. (1981). Women in politics and government: Providing access. 11(1), 30.

Zelnick, M. (1983). HIRE: The older worker program. 3(2), 31-32.

Zocco, V. (1988). Case IH Training Project. 18(3), 30.

Zoller, A. (1979). Youth services conference. 9(1), 22.

Zwemer, D. (1985). ERIC review: Teaching adult students. 15(4), 26-28.

Zwemer, D. (1986). ERIC review: Community services. 16(1), 30-32.

Zwemer, D. (1986). The community services/continuing education student. 16(3), 23-25.

Zwemer, D. (1986). ERIC review: Continuing education and noncredit courses at two-year colleges. 16(4), 28-29.

Community Needs

Arman, H.D. (1983). Community colleges and agricultural educa- tion. 13(4), 13-15.

Arroyo, G., & Pond, G. (1974). Cooperation in the community: The bilingual paraprofessional program. 4(2), 39-44.

Atwell, C.A. (1984). Is there life after community services? 14(3), 3-5.

Bartok, L.A. (1988). Appraisal science: Mandate to education. 18(3), 29.

Berne, P.E. (1979). Women's interest program: On your mark. 9(2), 29.

Bockman, V. M. (1981). Re-entry opportunities for homemakers. 11(1), 29.

Brown, K.S. (1979). Emergency Medical Auxiliary Program. 9(2), 30.

Cape, R.I. (1990). ERIC review: Women returning to school. 20(2), 26-28.

Cary, L.J. (1971). The role of education institutions in community development. 1(1), 25-42.

Cosand, J.P. (1981). Perspectives: Community education and services in the 1980s. 11(3), 4-8.

Crayton, J.E. (1985). A community skills center is revived. 15(4), 29.

Devault, M. (1989). Establishment of Amado Pena Scholarship Program. 19(3), 28.

Donnelly, B. (1980). The community development function: A challenge to practitioners and theorists. 10(3), 2-6.

Dzierlenga, D.W. (1981). Assessing community needs with surveys. 11(2), 26-29.

Dzierlenga, D.W. (1981). The community college role in community development. 11(1), 26-28.

Fey, P. (1975). Toward a more effective community services program. 6(1), 3-6.

Gagnon, G.O. (1979). "Professional development": Midcareer assistance to New Jersey Department of Corrections personnel. 9(2), 32.

Glass, M.R. (1979). Community education: What do key community administrators think? 9(2), 11-14.

Gordon, A. (1986). Meeting the needs of the community through cooperation, collaboration, and community outreach. 16(2), 10-12.

Hakanson, J.W. (1981). Community development--Who benefits? 11(4), 13-14.

Harbert, D., & Koehler, R. (1983). Education services to military personnel. 13(4), 16-17.

Haynes, F.T. (1979). Drug Abuse Information Center. 9(1), 22.

Haynes, F.T., & Polk, C.H. (1986). Choosing a rationale for continuing education. 16(4), 8-11.

Heath, P.R., Drea, J.T., & Armistead, P. (1987). The educational common market: A decade of growth through cooperation. 17(4), 8-12.

Horton, B. (1987). Virginia VIEW and the rural community college. 17(2), 28-30.

Huffstutler, J. (1988). The singles' support group. 18(4), 30.

Ireland, J. (1984). Community services: A positive influence on people and programs. 14(3), 10-12.

Johnson, D.L., & Yelvington, J.Y. (1979). Cooperation boosts community education in Oklahoma. 9(1), 11-13.

Kahn, F.J. (1982). Access to college programs for deaf youth & adults. 12(2), 30.

Kruse, L.F. (1988). Refugee services: Lives in transition. 18(3), 27-28.

Lahr, J.K. (1982). Displaced homemakers-A project leading to new careers for homemakers. 12(3), 31.

Lambson, A.C., & Reinmuth, C.M. (1982). Shopping mall coverage proves responsive and responsible. 12(4), 28.

Liberty, L.H., & Petrie, R.D. (1989). Township Youth Conference: Networking high school youth, higher education, and community leaders. 19(1), 26.

Mays, S.A., & Vogler, D.E. (1985). The linkage between community services and college development. 15(3), 10-13.

Nix, D.H., & Bradley, L.L., (1979). Women's Business Owners Orientation Program. 9(3), 30.

Palmer, J. (1982). Community-based education. 12(2), 27-29.

Palmer, J. (1982). Community development through community education. 12(4), 21-23.

Palmer, J. (1983). Involving the community in the college. 13(4), 24-26.

Palmer, J. (1985). Strengthening college/community bonds. 15(2), 26-28.

Parson, S.R. (1983). Impact assessment: What have you done for us lately? 13(2), 17-19.

Pietak, R.A., & Kinsey, B. (1985). The neighborhood learning center: A concept to consider. 15(2), 16-18.

Price, A.R. (1984). Homesharing: A project for the community and the college. 14(4), insert.

Pyne, M. (1980). Project Access: A program to serve handicapped adults. 10(2), 32.

Rabaut, M.S. (1989). Creating community awareness through cable television. 19(1), 27-28.

Roueche, J.E. (1980). Meeting critical community needs. 10(3), 7- 8.

Sanchez, B.M. (1978). Community services in the community college. 8(2), 24-26.

Sanchez, B.M. (1979). Community services in the two-year college. 9(1), 19-21.

Scigliano, V.S., & Scigliano, J.A. (1979). Purposive-cooperative structures for community-based education. 9(2), 22-25.

Shuttleworth, D.E. (1986). Community as classroom: Continuing education for community development in the city of New York. 16(2), 23-26.

Thompson, H. (1982). The establishment of a non-profit corporation for neighborhood development. 12(4), 26-27.

Watcke, R.R. (1982). Community needs assessment: Using social indicators and key informants. 12(3), 6-10.

Young, R.J. (1986). Discovering community opinion. 16(4), 12-15. Zwemer, D. (1987). Assessing community needs. 17(1), 25-28.

Economic Development

Anthony, N. (1989). Economic development and the community college: Nurturing a college-industry relationship. 19(3), 24-27.

Banks, T.A. (1990). Beyond job training: Rural economic develop- ment and the two-year college. 20(3), 3-7.

Barnette, V. (1984). College conference center for business training. 14(1), 30.

Barrett, C.M., & Picke, M. (1985). Facing the winds of technological change: A community college responds to plant closures. 15(3), 29-30.

Borquist, B. (1986). The community college approach to serving business and industry. 16(4), 19-21.

Bruns, J. (1985). Community colleges and industrial training. 15(2), 32.

Buttery, W.A. (1982). The Professional Development Institute: A business-education partnership. 12(1), 32.

Chaffin, R., & Edwards, R. (1989). Developing business/industry partnerships for the future: Virginia's response. 19(2), 30- 31.

Charner, I., & Gold, G.C. (1987). Building effective business/ higher education partnerships for economic development. 17(1), 20-23.

Curtis, M., & Stetson, N. (1990). Community development through a community resource center. 20(2), 29-30.

Dejardin, C. (1984). Business and industry programs in Iowa. 14(3), 29-30.

Flory, H. (1986). Linking education and industry at two-year colleges: The Raymond Walters College experience. 16(4), insert.

Galiazzo, M. (1989). Maryland community colleges and international trade education. 19(1), 25.

Groth, D.A. (1983). Strategic response to business and industry training services. 13(2), 28-30.

Hardy, M.P. (1987). Economic development efforts at community colleges. 17(4), 27-29.

Howard, B.B., & Stout, V.J. (1991). Corporate training practices and trainer preparation. 21(2), 13-18.

Israel, C.A., & Custer, H.H. (1986). Making economic development work: A systematic approach to contract training. 16(4), 16- 18.

Jackson, R.J. (1981). An analysis of corporate-community college relations. 11(3), 13-15.

Jones, E.B. (1989). Forging links between education and business. 19(4), 15-18.

Katsinas, S.G., & Lacey, V.A. (1990). Community colleges and economic development. 20(1), 6-14.

Katsinas, S.G., & Lacey, V.A. (1990). Trends and forces motivating community college involvement in nontraditional economic development. 20(2), 8-16.

Kay, C. (1983). Improving the quality of work life in industry and education. 13(2), 25-26.

Knox, R.J., & Lorenzo, A.L. (1987). "Service wars": The race to be the best in product service. 17(4), 14-18.

Koltai, L. (1982). Improving college-business alliances. 12(2), 9-13.

Kopecky, R.J. (1979). Small business management seminars. 9(3), 32.

Lawson, S. (1985). Dundalk Community College: Putting education to work for business & workers. 15(2), 30-31.

Lemke, G.K., & Wismer, J.N. (1989). Training: The competitive advantage to economic development. 19(1), 6-10.

Maiuri, G.M. (1989). College and business/industry collaborative efforts - Training partnerships that make "cents." 19(1), 11-12.

Martin, B. (1989). The Coors connection: Partners in education. 19(3), 29.

Martinez, N.A. (1989). Contract training and the community college. 19(4), 24-26.

Maxwell, C. (1990). The changing role of the community college in economic development. 20(1), 15-16.

McClellen, L., & Stock, C. (1984). The community college challenge: Being responsive and responsible to employers and employees. 14(2), 28-29.

McDowell, R.W. (1984). Community service's role in economic recovery. 14(2), 12-14.

Mora, P.L., & Giovannini, E.V. (1989). Focus on the 90s: Clarifying the role of community colleges in economic development. 19(4), 8-17.

Nafziger, R. (1986). A minority small business development program. 16(2), 31-32.

Owen, H.J. (1983). Program planning for economic development in community and technical colleges. 13(4), 18-22.

Palmer, J. (1982). Assessing the educational needs of local businesses and industry. 13(3), 28-30.

Palmer, J. (1983). College-industry cooperation. 12(1), 28-31.

Palmer, J. (1984). Job training programs at the community college: An ERIC review. 14(3), 26-28.

Pappas, R.J. (1983). Utilizing basic strategies for employment development programs. 13(2), 30.

Parees, B., & Bartok, L.A. (1989). Jobs for economic growth: An Allegheny County joint initiative project. 19(4), 27.

Pederson, N. (1984). Business and industry newsletter for area employers. 14(1), 31-32.

Peterson, N.C. (1989). Conditions favorable for community college/business partnerships. 19(1), 13-15.

Scott, J. (1988). Community colleges: Vital link in national defense. 18(2), 3-5.

Seed, J.C. (1981). Tutor training for business and industry. 11(2), 31.

Sherman, B. (1984). Retraining educators for new careers: A software technical writing program. 14(1), 31.

Shook, G. (1983). Assessment of local industry, business, and government training programs for credit. 13(2), 26-27.

Tatro, J.O. (1986). Recruiting and retaining students from the corporate sector. 16(1), 8-13.

Tully, S.S. (1987). Business and industry: The educational connection. 17(4), 19-24.

Ughetto, R., Griffin, R., Lewis, L., Brown, R., & Wright, J. (1990). Award winning partnership: A solution to meeting educational training and community needs. 20(4), 27-28.

Winter, G.M., & Fadale, L.M. (1990). Impact of economic development programs in SUNY community colleges: A study of contract courses. 20(2), 3-7.

Zwemer, D. (1985). ERIC review: Assessing employer needs. 15(3), 26-28.

Zylka, S. (1990). Professional and occupational certification programs. 20(4), 30-31.

Funding

Adams, F.G. (1983). Financing the "college in the community": A model. 13(3), 20-25.

Atwell, C.A., & Sullins, W.R. (1977). Financing community services: A major dilemma. 8(1), 10-12.

Catanzaro, J.L. (1989). Continuing education to the rescue. 19(1), 3-5.

Cotoia, A.M. (1985). Operating a totally self-sustaining program. 15(1), 16-21.

Desmarais, A., & White, S. (1990). Red to black: A primer for continuing education managers. 20(3), 13-16.

Evans, A.H. (1973). The funding of community services. 3(3), 17- 22.

Gerardi, R.J. (1989). Develop your own business/education foundation. 19(4), 30.

Gray, J. (1988). Auxiliary enterprise: An important part of the institution. 18(2), 23-25.

Groth, D.A. (1973). Community systems. 3(3), 23-28.

Harris, J. (1985). Operating a noncredit self-supporting continu- ing education program: The UTD experience. 15(1), 12-15.

Ireland, J. (1980). The California community services challenge. 10(2), 11-14.

Ireland, J. (1982). The role of community services in a times of fiscal constraint: A California perspective. 12(3), 11-15.

Ireland, J., & Simpson, J. (1984). The concept of self-supporting community services programs. 14(4), 17-20.

Kussrow, P.G., & Wisgoski, A. (1980). Hard realities about soft monies. 10(3), 32.

McCarthy, R.F. (1981). The de-greening of America - The Federal budget. 11(4), 26-27.

McCarthy, R.F. (1983). Capitol comments. 13(1), 26-27.

Olivanti, R.A. (1983). Founding a college foundation: A mini case study. 13(2), 14-16.

Palmer, J. (1984). Alternative funding for community colleges. 14(2), 23-25.

Sanchez, B. (1979). Financing community service programs. 9(3), 27-29.

Spaid, R.L., & Parsons, M.H. (1988). New targets of opportunity: Broadening funding for noncredit programs. 18(3), 11-14.

Scope & Definition

Anderson, J.M. (1978). Urban community colleges and neighbor- hoods: A call for leadership. 8(2), 6-9.

Andrews, B. (1979). Ballot issues forum. 9(2), 31.

Andrews, H.A. (1989). The community services commitment through academic affairs leadership. 19(3), 14-16.

Andrews, H.A., & Crossingham, J. (1975). Community action - community college. 6(1), 19.

Andrews, H.A., Robbins, W.R., Johnson, D., & Lemke, G.K. (1978). A case for collaboration between community education and community college community service. 8(2), 21-23.

Andrews, H.A., & Sluyter, D. (1979). Preventive mental health: The role of the community college. 9(3), 24-26.

Ashworth, P.C., & Vogler, D.E. (1991). Community college funding goals: Senate and Presidential comparison. 21(1), 22-27.

Bazik, M.S. (1985). A planning system for continuing education. 15(3), 14-17.

Bender, L.W. (1987). Community services entrepreneurial ethic burgeoning. 17(3), 5-7.

Bevelacqua, J. (1983). Management strategy for extending services to business. 13(1), 22-25.

Broomall, J.K. (1987). Innovation, entrepreneurship, and strategic planning: A delicate balance in continuing education management. 17(3), 15-17.

Carnahan, O.D. (1971). Community college: Myth or matter of fact. 1(1), 14-17.

Cavan, J.J. (1974). College organizational development and the community services staff. 4(2), 23-30.

Cavan, J.J. (1989). A futuristic, visionary approach that looks at the policy statement of the National Council on Community Services and Continuing Education. 19(3), 9-11.

Chase, R.K. (1973). An experience in program evaluation and modification. 4(1), 27-36.

Clowes, D., & Nix, D.H. (1979). The brokerage model: A delivery system for community services. 9(1), 8-10.

Cohen, A.M. (1972). The twilight future of a function. 3(2), 7- 16.

Cohen, A.M. (1983). Connecting the liberal arts with the community. 13(3), 5-8.

Colafella, N. (1973). The role of a continuing education divi- sion. 4(1), 47-50.

Community College Satellite Network of the American Association of Community and Junior Colleges. (1989). 19(4), 19-23.

Communius. (1973). Community services: Another institutional game? 4(1), 21-26.

Crossland, R.J. (1986). Meeting the challenge of the new American unemployment. 16(3), 11-13.

Cummiskey, J.K. (1971). Editorial. 1(1), i-iv.

Cunningham, S.G. (1986). Preparing community college teachers to serve the handicapped. 16(3), 14-17.

Dailey, A.L. (1986). The Americanization of professional nanny education. 16(3), 18-21.

Donnelly, B. (1981). An interview with Dale Parnell, AACJC president-designate. 11(2), 11-13.

Doubleday, R.E., & Murphy, J.P. (1975). The community college as cultural center. 6(1), 13-15.

Eisenstein, F. (1983). Issues in strategic management for noncredit continuing education operations. 13(1), 18-21.

Feuers, S. (1985). Respice, adspice, prospice: Look to the past, look to the present, look to the future. 15(4), 6-9.

Fletcher, S.M., Rue, R.N., & Young, R. (1977). Community education in community colleges: Today and tomorrow. 7(1), 10-15.

Foster, B.G. (1986). Higher education and corporate education: From cold war to detente to active collaboration. 16(1), 2- 7.

Geier, M.A. (1974). The anatomy of an advisory council. 4(2), 53- 60.

Gianopulos, J. (1974). Education for what? 4(2), 3-12.

Gollattscheck, J.F. (1983). All things to all people? The third mission of the community college. 13(1), 4-10.

Gollattscheck, J.F. (1985). Facing the issues: A cooperative venture. 15(1), 2-7.

Gollattscheck, J.F. (1987). Sharing and shaping our future. 17(1), 6-10.

Gollattscheck, J.F. (1988). Will success destroy community services and continuing education? 18(3), 6-10.

Gordon, R.A. (1987). A renewed mission for community service educators. 17(1), 11-14.

Grote, C.N. (1987). Exporting education: North America's infinitely renewable resource. 17(3), 2-4.

Harlacher, E.L. (1973). The community renewal college. 4(1), 5- 10.

Harlacher, E.L., & Ireland, J. (1988). Community services and continuing education: An information age necessity. 18(1), 3-5.

Harris, J. (1988). Capitalizing on community resources: Three cosponsorship programs. 18(1), 13-16.

Howe, H. (1979). The view from the middle. 9(1), 4-7.

Ireland, J., & Brown, D.R. (1987). Community education and community college networks. 17(1), 4-5.

Ireland, J., Smydra, M.S., & Tucker, N. (1989). A policy statement of the National Council on Community Services and Continuing Education: The continuing mission and future role of community services and continuing education in community, technical, and junior colleges. 19(3), insert.

Kapraun, E.D. (1980). Toward a theory of community services. 10(2), 15-21.

Karvelis, D.S. (1980). Bridging the community services credibil- ity gap. 10,(3), 9-11.

Katsinas, S.G., & Lacey, V.A. (1990). Common factors that appear to lead to success in nontraditional economic development: Implications for policy and practice. 20(3), 17-26.

Kavanaugh, L. (1979). Guerilla accrediting: Accounting for community services and making community services count. 9(2), 15-19.

Keim, W.A. (1982). Who moved the lighthouse? 12(4), 4-9.

Keim, W.A. (1984). To make a difference. 14(3), 6-9.

Keim, W.A. (1989). The policy statement on the future of community services and continuing education: The historical perspective. 19(3), 4-8.

Kelley, D. (1983). Strategic management lessons from Valencia, Clackamas, and Coastline community colleges. 13(2), 2-9.

Kerekgyarto, G.A. (1988). A new partnership for today's technol- ogy programs. 18(1), 17-20.

Kopecky, R. (1983). Where do we go from here? 13(2), 27-28.

Lambert, J. (1975). New clientele for a community-based community college. 6(1), 7-8.

La Perla, J. (1988). English for special purposes in business and industry: Suggestions for program design. 17(2), 13-18.

Levin, B.H., & Turnage, F.S. (1988). College and corrections: The future is secure. 18(1), 21-23.

Lombardi, J. (1978). Community services: A status report. 8(2), 14-17.

Ludeman, B.L. (1979). The alliance between industry and education. 9(3), 19-23.

Luskin, B. (1982). Social imperatives and the future of the community college. 12(2), 3-8.

Maradian, S. (1988). Future options: An agenda for community services and continuing education. 18(4), 5-9.

Mezack, M. (1987). Ethics in continuing education: A modest proposal. 17(4), 23-24.

Michigan Community College Community Services Association. (1990). MCCCSA...Coming of age. 20(1), 17-20.

Mitchell, H.B. (1985). Continuing education and the pursuit of excellence. 15(2), Working Paper.

Morgan, D.A. (1979). Beyond contempt: The university mentality and the community college. 9(3), 6-10.

Moss, M.W. (1986). Community services/community colleges-- separate definitions/separate goals? 16(4), 4-7.

Munger, P.D. (1985). Challenges of the future: Higher education and society. 15(4), 2-5.

Myran, G.A. (1983). Strategic management of community services in the community college. 13(1), 12-14.

Myran, G.A. (1989). Community services and continuing education in the next decade: Linking to institutional priorities. 19(3), 17-20.

Owen, H.J. (1987). Community of excellence. 17(4), 30-31.

Owen, H.J. (1988). President's address. 18(4), 3-4.

Parnell, D. (1982). Will belly dancing be our nemesis? 12(3), 4- 5.

Paul, R. (1986). Access to failure? The challenge of open education at Athabasca University. 16(2), 18-22.

Pillsworth, W.J. (1986). An experience with volunteers in continuing education. 16(1), 19-23.

Puyear, D., & Vaughan, G.B. (1983). Planning strategies for community colleges and continuing education. 13(1), 15-17.

Raines, M.R. (1981). Days of wine and thistles. 11(3), 9-12.

Ratcliff, J.L. (1982). The role of needs assessment in a period of retrenchment. 12(2), 21-23.

Riesman, D. (1978). Community colleges: Some tentative hypothe- ses. 8(2), 1-5.

Robertson, G.H. (1980). The community college in continuing education. 10(2), 22-26.

Romney, L.S. (1975). Community-based human services. 6(1), 9-12.

Rousseau, P. (1986). Achieving multiple goals through noncredit activity: An idea for postsecondary institutions. 16(2), 13- 15.

Rushing, J.B. (1985). Facing the pressure of the '80s: A cooperative venture. 15(1), 8-10.

Smith, M.D. (1985). Cosponsoring continuing education: Why and how. 15(2), 19-21.

Spaid, R.L., & Parsons, M.H. (1990). Following time's necessity: CS/CE structure and leadership for the 1990s. 20(3), 8-12.

Spaid, R.L., Dalrymple, L.W., & Harter, A.D. (1988). Helping low- income women achieve academic success. 18(3), 25-26.

Stafford, R.M. (1977). Project Soledad: Community based higher education for the incarcerated. 7(1), 4-9.

Stetar, J.M. (1975). Higher education and the corporate sector. 6(1), 16-18.

Sullins, W.R. (1980). Interagency collaboration: A must for the '80s. 10(3), 26-29.

Taylor, T.E. (1986). A marketing management approach for continuing education. 16(1), 14-18.

Terry, J.W., & Jacques, E. (1983). A statewide program network that works. 13(2), insert.

Thomas, T.K. (1989). President's address. 19(3), 3.

Traicoff, G. (1971). The National Council on Community Services. 1(1), 7-13.

Tsunoda, J.S. (1988). Glue that binds: The emerging role of community services and continuing education in today's community colleges. 18(2), 9-12.

Tsunoda, J.S. (1989). Reaching out: The role of community services and continuing education in international education. 19(2), 3-8.

Tucker, N.S.(1987). Organizational future. 17(1), 2-3.

Turnage, M., & Gilley, J.W. (1975). Synergistic role of community development in a metropolitan multi-campus community college. 6(1), 1-2.

Tyree, L.W. (1990). Building communities: The final litmus test. 20(1), 3-5.

Vaughan, G.B. (1979). University mentality or community college paranoia: A critique of Don Morgan's reaction to David Reisman's tentative hypothesis. 9(3), 11-13.

Vaughan, G.B. (1981). Community services and the community college: Reestablishing the mission. 11(2), 4-10.

Vaughan, G.B. (1984). Community services new frontier: Es- tablishing the ties that bind. 14(3), 22-25.

Vogler, D.E. (1984). Mission expansion: Business-industry and education involvement. 14(4), 4-7.

Voorhees, A.E., & Yoseloff, D.S. (1989). Community education and the mature worker: Training, working, and learning for a brighter future. 19(2), 28-29.

Weiss, M.W. (1974). Community education and community schools. 4(2), 19-22.

Weitzman, K., & Glynn, L. (1987). Project rehabilitation: A program serving clients recovering from substance dependency. 17(3), 18-21.

Welch, T. (1972). Commentary: What are community services, anyway? 3(2), 2.

Welch, T. (1973). Accreditation. 4(1), 11-20.

Welch, T. (1974). "Pacesetter" program factors. 4(2), 31-38.

Wygal, B.R. (1981). Community services: Organizational concepts revisited. 11(4), 3-7.

Wygal, B.R. (1982). Assuring continuity for the complex 80's. 12(1), 12-16.

Yarrington, R. (1977). Partnerships for educational employment. 8(1), 5-9.

Young, R.B., & Rue, R.N. (1981). The community services president. 11(4), 8-12.

Young, R.J. (1989). The good old summertime in public two-year colleges. 19(2), 9-15.


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