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Organizational Socialization Of Community College Adjunct Faculty: A Correlational Analysis Of Content, Context, And The Dimensions Influencing Socialization Outcomes
This quantitative study focuses on the socialization processes of the adjunct faculty at three Mid-Atlantic community colleges. Although adjunct faculty are the majority faculty at community colleges, they are still ...
Online Learning And Student Engagement At The Community College Level
The purpose of this quantitative study was to explore the level of engagement in online learning at the community college level for students at three community colleges in Alabama. The variable, student engagement was ...
Motivational Orientations Of Native And Adult Community College Transfer Students
The purpose of this study was to compare the motivational orientations of native students and adult community college transfer students to enroll in higher education. Motivational orientations are factors that represent ...
Organizational Sense Of Belonging And Affective Organizational Commitment Among Community College Faculty
The purpose of this study was to investigate the Organizational Sense of Belonging (OSB) and Affective Organizational Commitment (AOC) among adjunct faculty, compared to full-time faculty, at selected Mid-Atlantic community ...
Alabama Community College Residential And Non-Residential Student Persistence Comparison
This quantitative study evaluated persistence utilizing the College Persistence Questionnaire (Davidson, 2009). The study evaluates relationships of students at community colleges in Alabama who live on campus in residential ...
International Student-Athletes' Retention At An Ncaa Division I Insitution
Athletic programs at higher education institutions have been scrutinized due to the low retention and graduation rates of their student-athletes. However, despite numerous obstacles encountered by international student-athletes ...