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3 REFERENCES AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. (2006). Business and business schools: A partnership for the future. Report of the AACSB International Alliance for Management Education Task Force. Tampa, FL: AACSB International (July). Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). (2011). Closing the gap between career education & employer expectations: Implications for America’s unemployment rate. . Adams, A., Simmons, F., Willis, C., & Pawling, R. (2010). Undergraduate students’ ability to revise text effectively: Relationships with topic knowledge and working memory. Journal of Research in Reading. 33(1). 54-76. Addams, L. & Allred, A. (2015). Business communication course redesigned: All written and oral communication assignments based on building career skills. Academy of Educational Leadership Journal 19(2). 250 – 265. Ashbaugh, H., Johnstone, K. & Warfield, T. (2002). Outcome assessment of a writing- skill improvement initiative: Results and methodological implications. Issues in Accounting Education 17(2). 123-149. Bean, J. (2011). Engaging Ideas: The Professor’s Guide to Integrating Writing, Critical Thinking, and Active Learning in the Classroom. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Beason, L. (2001). Ethos and error: How business people react to errors. College Composition and Communication 53, 33-64. 3
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4 Bovee, C. & Thill, J. (2012). Business communication essentials: A skills-based approach to vital business English. New York: Prentice Hall. Bredtmann, J., Crede, C. & Otten, S. (2013). Methods for evaluating educational programs: Does Writing Center participation affect student achievement? Evaluation & Program Planning 36(7). 115-123. Callendo, K. (2013). CNBC: Communication skills are lacking in the labor force. . November 14, 2013. Cardon, P. W. (2015). Business communication: Developing leaders for a networked world. New York: McGraw Hill Irwin. Carnes, L., Jennings, M. Vice, J., & Wiedmaier, C. (2001). The role of the business educator in a writing-across-the-curriculum program. Journal of Education for Business 76(4). 216- 220. Collins, J. & Parkhurst, L. (1996). The writing process: A t6ool for working with gifted students in the regular classroom. Roeper Review 18. 277-280. Gray, L. & Heuser, P. (2003). Nonacademic professionals’ perception of usage errors. Journal of Basic Writing 22(1), 50-70. Guffey, M.E. & Loewy, D. (2010). Essentials of business communication. Mason, OH: South- Western Cengage Learning.
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