A decade ago, the first wave of the Net Generation began to enter college, forcing educational institutions to deal with a new population of learners with unique characteristics. With the Net Generation representing nearly 7% of the population today (Bartlett 2005) and with nearly 49.5 million students enrolled in schools in 2003 (Enrollment Management… (More)
This study assessed the reliability and validity of a palm-top-based electronic appetite rating system (EARS) in relation to the traditional paper and pen method. Twenty healthy subjects [10 male (M) and 10 female (F)] - mean age M=31 years (S.D.=8), F=27 years (S.D.=5); mean BMI M=24 (S.D.=2), F=21 (S.D.=5) - participated in a 4-day protocol. Measurements… (More)
AbstrAct In this chapter the author explores Millenials' participation in the public good, investigating whether they use social networking for social responsibility. Mil-lenials, the wired, connected generation for whom social networking is an essential aspect of life, are often criticized for their lack of social responsibility. Social networking, as new… (More)
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This paper explores the relationship between member satisfaction and effectiveness of virtual, self managed teams. Specifically, this paper studies the various perceptions of eight virtual team members. The study reveals eight major themes for how team members evaluate themselves and will provide a basis to evaluate the relationship between these factors… (More)