Chairman, Executive Committee, Harvard NEEDS-Newton Information System for Vocational Decisions (1966-1970).
What does ISVD stand for?
ISVD stands for Information System for Vocational Decisions (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He focused on at least one aspect of these gaps when he and his colleagues worked on the Information System for Vocational Decisions project in the 1960s (Tiedeman, 1968).
The Information System for Vocational Decisions (Tiedeman, 1968) was a tool pointed in that direction, and the Internet delivered the dream: Personal information summarized at every turn along with the opportunity for unlimited growth.