Academy of Educational Leadership Journal

Published semiannually by Allied Academies, the Academy of Educational Leadership Journals is a peer-reviewed journal with articles focusing on education and educational leadership.

Articles from Vol. 9, No. 3, September

Academic Professional Conferences: Targeted for Extinction as We Know Them?
ABSTRACT In recent years, attendance at academic professional meetings has, for the most part, declined. Given that the benefits of attendance are usually substantial, this paper seeks to identify some causes of the decline in attendance and discusses...
A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Values and Gender among University Students
ABSTRACT The values of Navajo and Anglo university students were compared using the List of Values (LOV) scale and the Marketing Lens Model. The results showed that significant cultural differences existed between Navajo and Anglos with respect...
A Discontinuous Curricular Innovation: Market Database Development
ABSTRACT Information management is, increasingly, becoming a fundamental marketing skill. But this fact is not reflected in the traditional marketing curriculum, which gives little attention to the hands-on use of databases and statistical packages....
Creating an Effective Online Learning Environment: A Shift in the Pedagogical Paradigm
ABSTRACT The emergence of the Internet and the World Wide Web has significantly changed every aspect of business. Education, too, has changed considerably as evidenced by the exponential increase in online courses. Online courses offer numerous...
Gender Equity Regulation and Profitability in College Athletics
ABSTRACT Title IX has become a central figure in the profit structure of college athletics. The empirical results from this study provide evidence supporting the prevailing notion that men's college football on the Division 1-A level is the dominant...
Higher Education in the Global Economy: A Study Abroad Comparison
ABSTRACT Based on historical trends, recent shifts and emerging challenges, the study draws a multivariate contextual model to explain the competitive landscape of higher education in the global market with special attention to international exchange...
Instructor and Student Perceptions of the Online Teaching/learning Environment: A Cross-Cultural Study
ABSTRACT This study compared instructors' and students' perceptions of online teaching/learning in the United States and South Korea and examined the impact of selected demographic variables on the participants' responses. Results showed that there...
Patterns of Instructional Technology Use by Faculty in Marketing: An Exploratory Investigation
ABSTRACT The present study was undertaken in order to gain a preliminary perspective on the use of technology in academic instruction in Marketing in the United States. The sampling frame consisted of professors and others interested in marketing....
Predicting Overall Ethical Climate, Student Retention, Cheating, Satisfaction with University, and Perceived Stress with Student Perceptions of Faculty Unethical Behavior
ABSTRACT A survey of undergraduate business students at two state universities, one in the Midwest and one in the South, revealed a significant relationship between unethical faculty behavior and student cheating behavior. Faculty unethical behavior...
The Impact of the Change in the Carnegie Classification System on Empirical Research in Higher Education Finance
ABSTRACT This study is an extension of previous research in higher education finance for which the 1994 classification of institutions by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching was a key independent variable. The Foundation changed...