Dissertations for Public Administration Political Science
Reese, Mark A.
Informal learning in on-line communities — Transforming formal professional developmentPh.D. thesis, Robert Morris University.
Richardson, Carole A.
The role of access in evaluating distance learning program effectivenessPh.D. thesis, Western Michigan University.
Scheer, Teva J.
The distance learning revolution: An assessment of its effect on public administration graduate studentsPh.D. thesis, University of Colorado at Denver.
Implementation theory and determinants for success: A case study of televised distance learning implementation in an urban universityPh.D. thesis, Old Dominion University.
Steinberg, Steven Jud
Adoption-diffusion of Internet-based information systems in a natural resource management agency: An early adopter-based technology transfer modelPh.D. thesis, University of Minnesota.
Swain, Richard W.
Analysis of the instructional system design (ISD) to improve training product delivery to United States Army soldiersPh.D. thesis, Capella University.
Williams, Amanda Mary
Metaphor, technology and policy: An investigation of the Alberta SuperNetPh.D. thesis, University of Calgary .
Local experts: Facilitators of learning about computer technology in public organizationsPh.D. thesis, The Florida State University.
A comparative study: End-user training in public and private organizationsPh.D. thesis, Northern Illinois University.
Wyche, Carl Jackson
Police professionalism: A national perspective for policymakers to assist in the planning, utilization, and management of higher education curricula delivered to police personnel using distance education technologyPh.D. thesis, The George Washington University.