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S. Bonhomme, Compendium on Uses of Distance Education Technologies, Washington, DC: Continuing 256 CONTRACTS Professional Development Division, American Society for Engineering Education, 1996. 10. The AMCEE World Wide Web site is found at: http://www. org 11. Annual Report, Fort Collins, CO: National Technological University, 1996–1997. 12. R. Horton, L. Van Brocklin, and E. C. , Frontiers Educ. , Pittsburgh, 27: 588–592, 1997. 13. D. , Frontiers Educ. , San Jose, 25: 586–589, 1995. 14. C. Knight and S.

Degree Programs and Nontraditional Students The phrase nontraditional student is a loosely used term to describe students who are older than the typical student found on a university campus. Some of the characteristics of nontraditional students are that they are older, perhaps 24 to 40 years old, employed, have family and community responsibilities, and want or need additional education, either for personal growth and satisfaction or for job-related reasons, such as job security and advancement within the company.

Horton, L. Van Brocklin, and E. C. , Frontiers Educ. , Pittsburgh, 27: 588–592, 1997. 13. D. , Frontiers Educ. , San Jose, 25: 586–589, 1995. 14. C. Knight and S. DeWeerth, A distance learning laboratory for engineering education, Poster session, 27th Annu. Frontiers Educ. , Pittsburgh, PA: 1997. 15. , Piscataway, NJ: IEEE Educational Activities Board, 1995. 16. org EDWIN C. JONES, JR. Iowa State University CONTINUOUS MEDIA. See DISTRIBUTED MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS. CONTINUOUS PHASE MODULATION. See MINIMUM SHIFT KEYING.

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