Outputs of higher education: their identification, measurement, and evaluation.

Papers from a seminar held at Washington, D.C., May 3-5, 1970.
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Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education , Boulder, Colo
Education, Higher -- Aims and objectives -- Congresses., Education -- Economic asp
StatementEdited by Ben Lawrence, George Weathersby, and Virginia W. Patterson.
ContributionsLawrence, Ben., Weathersby, George., Patterson, Virginia W., Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education., American Council on Education., University of California, Berkeley. Center for Research and Development in Higher Education.
LC ClassificationsLB2322 .O87
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 130 p.
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Open LibraryOL17753458M

Outputs of Higher Education: Their Identification, Measurement, and Evaluation Some approaches to measurement of output are suggested by Alexander W. Astin, John E. Brandt, Robbin R. Hough, and John P. Miller. A bibliography and a list of participants are included.

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