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AACRAO Guide to Graduation Ceremonies
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AACRAO Guide to Graduation Ceremonies
Table of Contents and Introduction
$75 Members/$108 Non-Members; 2017; Item #0148
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The AACRAO Guide to Graduation Ceremonies provides everything you need to design your institution's ceremony from start to finish, including logistical arrangements, commencement programs, diplomas, regalia, and academic honors. In addition, this guide contains comprehensive information on early commencement, graduate ceremonies, serving veterans, and other unique scenarios that may arise.


Transfer Credit Practices of Designated Educational Institutions 2015 (TCP)
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Transfer Credit Practices of Designated Educational Institutions 2015 (TCP)
Table of Contents and Introduction
$98 Members/$140 Non-Members; 2015; Item #3017
Transfer Credit Practices of Designated Educational Institutions (TCP) 2015 presents a voluntary exchange of information regarding practices for acceptance of transfer credit. This publication reports the transfer acceptance practices of one flagship institution in each state regarding credit awarded by other colleges and universities in that state. AACRAO has established and maintained this voluntary medium of information exchange for over 80 years in order to provide crucial information to colleges and universities to determine their own transfer credit practices.


Academic Dishonesty: Developing and Implementing Institutional Policy
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Academic Dishonesty: Developing and Implementing Institutional Policy
Table of Contents and Introduction
$35 Members/$50 Non-Members; Dennis Bricault; 2007; Item #0117
Drawing heavily from current literature, case law, and a survey of fifty-two North Park University faculty members, this publication provides an overview of academic dishonesty, paying particular attention to associated legal aspects. The guide defines the types and range of academic dishonesty; examines the causes and manifestations of dishonest behavior; analyzes the legal issues affecting academic misconduct: case law, due process, the content and communication of policies, sanctions, prevention, and detection; and provides guidance for administrators and faculty for assessing and restructuring their institutional policies and procedures.


The Registrar's Guide: Evolving Best Practices in Records and Registration
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The Registrar's Guide: Evolving Best Practices in Records and Registration
Table of Contents and Introduction
$95 Members/$130 Non-Members; Barbara Lauren; 2006; Item #0110
The Registrar's Guide: Evolving Best Practices in Records and Registration is the first comprehensive guide to the registrar's profession to be published in 27 years. Its 35 chapters address a variety of responsibilities, ranging from registration and academic scheduling to detecting credentials fraud and implementing student information systems; preparing for commencement and preparing for accreditation; project management and "Budgeting for Registrars." Other chapters address the work of the registrar in various settings, including small colleges, community colleges, graduate schools, and law, medical and theology schools. The book also contains overviews of FERPA, the Solomon Amendment, and an Appendix of Information Sources on additional compliance matters.


Current Trends in Grades and Grading Practices in Higher Education: Results of the 2004 AACRAO Survey
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Current Trends in Grades and Grading Practices in Higher Education: Results of the 2004 AACRAO Survey

$55 $33 Members/$80 $48 Non-Members; 2005; Item #0106
AACRAO 's publication Current Trends in Grades and Grading Practices in Higher Education: Results of the 2004 AACRAO Survey continues the tradition of surveying grading practices in higher education first begun in 1920. Although much has changed in the world of academia since, grades have remained a central feature. This consistent importance and interest, as well as our members' role as the guardians of academic records, has been the impetus for AACRAO 's continued study of grades and grading practices in American colleges and universities. The most recent study prior to this one was conducted in 1992.