ProQuest Dissertation & Theses Database Releases List of Most-Accessed Dissertations of 2014
Inta Cinite’s “Measurement of perceived organizational readiness for change and employees’ attitudes toward change in the public sector” was the most accessed dissertation on ProQuest Dissertation & Theses Database (PQDT) in 2014. Dr. Cinite’s research was conducted as she completed her PhD at Canada’s Carleton University and was among the works most often consulted by researchers in 3,000 university libraries throughout the world..
Popular topics are reflected in the balance of the top six dissertations of 2014:
Detection of spatial and spatio-temporal clusters, by Daniel B. Neill, Carnegie Mellon University
The Use of Educational Technology Integration by Special Education Teachers in Rural Schools in South Carolina, by Shannon L.Byrd-Jones, University of South Carolina
Spatio-Temporal Data Mining to Detect Changes and Clusters in Trajectories, by Anirudh Kondaveeti, Arizona State University
Leadership and management skills of preservice teachers by Shana E. Koh, The Claremont Graduate University
Understanding the impact of core product quality on customer satisfaction, team identification, and service quality, by Clinton J. Warren, University of Minnesota
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