The College of The Bahamas in Research: A Process in Motion

Berthamae L. Walker

Abstract


Though not previously thought of as a “research” institution, much has been written or published about the College of the Bahamas by past and present faculty and students as well as scholars not associated with the institution. To what extent, though, are researchers publishing about the College of The Bahamas and what percentage are published in the College’s research journals as opposed to elsewhere? The focus of this article is on a select body of research published over the past 40 years by the College of The Bahamas research journals and publications as noted in the ProQuest database in which the college is the subject of the research.

Keywords


College of The Bahamas; Research

Full Text:

PDF

References


Ballance, V. (2010). Editorial. International Journal of Bahamian Studies, 16. Retrieved from http://journals.sfu.ca/cob/index.php/files/article/view/133/149

Bynoe, J., & Hepburn, C. (1980). Introduction. College Forum, 1. Retrieved from http://journals.sfu.ca/cob/index.php/files/article/view/11/7

Coakley, L. N. (1975). Communication to Parliament. Nassau, Bahamas: Bahamas Government Printing Department.

Boultbee, P. G. (1981). Bahamain [i.e. Bahamian] reference collection: Bibliography. (2nd ed.). Nassau, Bahamas: College of the Bahamas Library.

Brown, L. M. (2002). Going global; traditionally, the percentage of African American students who studied abroad has been low; however, university officials are looking into ways to increase those numbers. Black Issues in Higher Education, 19(6), 28-31.

Leys, C. T., Waines, W. J., Watts, G. E., & University of the West Indies (Mona, Jamaica). (1968). Report of the development of a College of the Bahamas. Mona, Jamaica: University of the West Indies.

Reid, J. Y. (1979). Higher education in an emerging nation: The College of the Bahamas as a case study. Retrieved from http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00013298/00001

University of the West Indies. (2000). Review of the Centre for Hotel and Tourism Management: Nassau, Bahamas. Kingston, Jamaica: Office of the Board for Undergraduate Studies, University of the West Indies.

Greenberg, B. (1981). The potential for program evaluation in a "developing" country. Retrieved from http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED207226.pdf

Tooms, A. (2007). An international effort to build leadership capacity: Insights from the first cohort of educational administration at the College of the Bahamas. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 2(2), 1-41. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/194277510700200205

Enger, J. M. (1983, April 11-15). Perceptions of teaching as a career by Bahamian Grade 12 students in college-preparatory programs. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Carey-Baines, E. J. (1997). Constructing realities: Learning to write at the College of the Bahamas. (Doctoral dissertation, Washington State University)

Carter, W. T. (1989). The curriculum and the career development of the class of 1985 from the College of the Bahamas. (Doctoral dissertation, SUNY Buffalo)

Cleare, B. C. (1995). The development of an instrument to identify factors which contribute to underachievement in mathematics in the Bahamas. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Tennessee)

Cooper-Bouchard, C. C. (1991). A study of students on academic probation at the College of the Bahamas. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Miami)

Dames, T. L. (2010). The historical development of tertiary education in the Bahamas: The College of the Bahamas, past, present, and future. (Doctoral dissertation, University of North Texas)

Higgs, L. L. (1979). A study of the Nassau business community to determine the feasibility of a management training program at the College of the Bahamas. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Nebraska, Lincoln)

Keck-McNulty, C. L. (2004). Group leadership training: What is learned using a fishbowl method. (Doctoral dissertation, Kent State University)

Klovekorn, M. R. (1982). An analysis of selected aspects of the University of Miami's Bahamas Academic Program, School of Education and Allied Professions. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Miami)

Marshall, L. H. (1982). A study of the goals of the College of the Bahamas as perceived and preferred by faculty, students and administrators. (Doctoral dissertation, The American University)

McCollin, E. D. (1998). Faculty and student perceptions of teaching styles: Do teaching styles differ for traditional and non-traditional students? (Doctoral dissertation, University of Southern Mississippi)

McDonald, T. (1987). A comparative study of the perceptions of students, faculty members, administrators and government authorities of the role of the college of the Bahamas in the national development of the Bahamas. (Doctoral dissertation, Texas Southern University)

McPhee, S. A. (1982). A comparative study of Bahamian educators' attitudes and perceptions toward counseling and student personnel programs. (Doctoral dissertation, Oklahoma State University)

Pinder, P. W. (2003). Distance education in small, developing island states: An investigation and proposal of a post-secondary distance education system for the Bahamas. (Doctoral dissertation, Pennsylvania State University)

Roach, A. L. (1985). The development of a continuing educational system for the College of the Bahamas with implications for third world countries. (Doctoral dissertation, Andrews University)

Thompson, E. M. E. (1985). An examination of the implementation of higher education policy in an independent Bahamas, 1974-1982. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto)

Vanderpool, J. D. (1999). International academic relations and small nation states: A case study of selected British, American, and Canadian initiatives in Bahamian higher education. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto)

Walker, B. L. (2005). An investigation of the feasibility of using web-centric methods versus traditional face-to-face methods in delivering a course in bibliographic instruction. (Doctoral dissertation, Nova Southeastern University)




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15362/ijbs.v20i2.238

Copyright (c) 2014 International Journal of Bahamian Studies