Organizational Effectiveness and Technology Adoption
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The paper provides two critical abstracts of one page each addressing Kamuche (2005) on organizational effectiveness and Hanks (2002) on technology adoption in K-12 classroom teachers. The paper offers a reflective essay that examines small flaws of orientation and the pitfalls of regression when 'spanning' statistics deviate from the precise subject under study, the varying situation of topics in their social contexts, and assumptions to do with linear trends in (a) consumer models of student satisfaction and (b) computer technology in education.
From the Paper:"The paper addresses the concept of organizational effectiveness within an academic environment that is said to be fast-changing. A sample of 639 upper-year business students was surveyed on 16 institutional activity domains to do with programs and services in the fall of 2001. The study's focus is on female students but with varied statistics presented as allowed by a regressive study. At both the University of North Texas and Texas Women's University there was the wish to avoid students dropping..."
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