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External Writings on the Naval Postgraduate School

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    Problems Solved Here: Central Coast Tech Bridge, Innovation Accelerator Foundation to collaborate on technology solutions
    (U.S. Department of the Navy, 2021-04) Naval Postgraduate School; External Writings on the Naval Postgraduate School
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    The Future of Naval Postgraduate School - Setting the Stage
    (2011-09) Ellis, Winford G.; Haska, Christine; Bayer, Michael; Breckenridge, Mark; Durham, James; McGarrah, James M.; Giraldo, Frank; Gorenflo, Mark; Hasslinger, Karl M.; Moses, Doug; Nickels, Colleen; Ramaswamy, Sunder; van Bibber, Karl; Staub, Randy; Yokeley, Matthew T.; Committee on the Future; External Writings on the Naval Postgraduate School
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    Hall of Fame Naval Postgraduate School Grads Alexander, Tighe Talk Benefits and Challenges of 5G
    (U.S. Department of the Navy, 2020-07) Vencill, Taylor J.; External Writings on the Naval Postgraduate School
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    A follow-up validity study of the Naval Postgraduate School test and some of its components
    (Princeton, New Jersey; Educational Testing Service, 1953-06) Mollenkopf, William G.; External Writings on the Naval Postgraduate School
    This report presents the first direct evidence on the validity of the Naval Postgraduate School Test Form ZNP. For student officers tested in its first operational use in the fall of 1951 who subsequently entered the Engineering School in 1952, a correlation of .41 was found between test scores and quality-point ratios for the first three terms of academic work. Both for this group and for other groups entering earlier who had been given tests corresponding to sections of Form ZNP, bar charts are presented relating test scores to academic performances. In general, results corroborate earlier studies, although the effectiveness of the tests given "in-the-fleet" in the fall of 1949 was not as great as for tests given at the School, or for the operational form of the selection test. Of most consequence is the finding regarding Form ZNP. Taken in conjunction with all the other evidence that has been gathered about the validity of tests similar to sections of Form ZNP, the observed effectiveness of' this test seems sufficient to warrant its description as a useful instrument for selecting Postgraduate Engineering School students.
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    Planering och Ledarskap ...perspektiv från andra sidan Atlanten / Planera f̈or Fiasko ... vikten av problemförståelse
    (2019) Selin, Johan; External Writings on the Naval Postgraduate School; Defense Analysis (DA)
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    Play the Game, Change the Game: Crowdsourcing to solve some of the Navy's toughest problems
    (U.S. Department of the Navy, 2013-04) Rutherford, Heather; CHIPS Magazine; External Writings on the Naval Postgraduate School
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    The Lost GenYration
    (U.S. Department of the Navy, 2016-01) Burnett, William; CHIPS Magazine; External Writings on the Naval Postgraduate School
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    Office of the Naval Inspector General Report of Investigation
    (Office of the Naval Inspector General, 2012-11-21) External Writings on the Naval Postgraduate School
    The Naval Inspector General (IG) initiated this investigation in November 2011 to address complaints against VADM Daniel T. Oliver (Ret), President, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and Dr. Leonard A. Ferrari, Executive Vice President and Provost, NPS. The complaints alleged various acts of waste and mismanagement of NPS. This report addresses conduct of the President, NPS, who we will refer to as “President Oliver.” The conduct of the Provost is discussed in a second report. Follow-on reports will address the conduct of others at NPS we do not consider to be senior officials.
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    WASC CPR Letter to President Daniel T. Oliver / June 2009
    (2009-06) External Writings on the Naval Postgraduate School
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    An Application of the Learning Science Evaluation Checklist: Use Case Report
    (Advanced Distributed Learning Partnership Laboratory at Arizona State University, 2021-05-27) Craig, Scotty D.; Siegel, Robert F.; Li, Siyuan; External Writings on the Naval Postgraduate School
    The dynamic and high-stakes nature of education and training requires reliance on evidence-based practices and policies to make decisions about technology adoption and implementation. In a previous report, we provide 16 recommendations for supporting distributed learning along with a learning science evaluation checklist. This current report provides evidence on the effective use of our evaluation checklist. Two DoD training and educational organizations were successfully evaluated with the previously proposed Learning Science Evaluation Checklist. This report provides a how-to guide for the checklist’s implementation and the results of the use case evaluations.