Montreal Canada, Texas, California, Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Hawaii, Miami, New Jersey, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Seattle, and Washington DC) forums and outlets, as well as publications in the Academic Exchange Quarterly, the Academy of Management Executive, the Encyclopedia of Human Resources Information Systems, the Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship, the Journal of Business and Economic Research, the Journal of College Teaching and Learning, the Journal of Management Education, the Management Case Study Journal, and the Marketing Management Journal.
What does AEQ stand for?
AEQ stands for Academic Exchange Quarterly
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We have 9 other meanings of AEQ in our Acronym Attic
- Are Equally Proportionately Unperformed (financial agreements; Australia)
- Asociacion de Empresarios de la Piel de Ubrique
- Association des Enseignants de Psychologie des Universités (French)
- Army in Europe Publishing System (US Army)
- Academic English Program for University and College Entry (Canada)
- Annual Earnings Per Worker
- Average Earnings Per Worker
- Accident Emergency Prevention and Warning System (Danube Regional Project)
- Auger-Electron Partial Yield Spectroscopy (also abbreviated APYS)
- Amoy Export Processing Zone
- Acide Équivalent (French: Acid Equivalent)
- Adult Education Quarterly (American Association for Adult and Continuing Education)
- Aequalis (Latin: Equal)
- Agent Entretien Qualifié (French: Qualified Maintenance Officer)
- Alcohol Expectancy Questionnaire
- American Experiment Quarterly
- Anthropology and Education Quarterly
- Aplicaciones Electronicas Quasar (Spanish: Quasar Electronic Applications)
- Auto Enter Queue
- Alcohol Expectancy Questionnaire for Adolescents
Samples in periodicals archive:
Self-regulation of Learning This special issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly presents various ways in which self-regulation of learning is assessed at diverse academic levels and how it influences learners and educators in different academic settings.
Hollie has served as a literacy consultant for the California Department of Education and his work has been published in journals such as English Journal and Academic Exchange Quarterly.
Addressing the needs of lone-parent pupils, Academic Exchange Quarterly, Vol.
Seventeen articles make up this special feature of Academic Exchange Quarterly devoted to Language.