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Clinton H. Isbell

Professor

Technology & HRD

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Technology & HRD

Background Information

Employment History

President, Professor of Technology and HRD

Clemson University


Project Director for the MHRD Program

Boy's & Girl's Clubs of America Online


Graduate Coordinator of Technology Education

California State University , Long Beach


Affiliations

National Technical Honor Society

Board Member


NV-THS

Board Member


Education

Ed.D


Ed.D.

University of New Brunswick


doctorate

Industrial Education

Texas A&M University


Web References(19 Total References)


Evaluating Student Perceptions of Web-based Learning

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Clinton H. Isbell, Clemson University, United States
Clinton H. Isbell, Ed.D (Professor of Technology & HRD) G-o1 Tillman Hall, Clemson University, Clemson, S.C. 29632 Ph. 864-656-3448 Email Iclinto@Clemson.edu © Copyright 1999. The author, Clinton H. Isbell, assigns to the University of New Brunswick and other educational and non-profit institutions a non-exclusive license to use this document for personal use and in courses of instruction provided that the article is used in full and this copyright statement is reproduced.


Changing Ships Midstream

naweb.unb.ca [cached]

Dr. Clint Isbell
Clemson The author, Clint Isbell, assigns to the


Untitled Document

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Dr. Clint Isbell, Clemson University, USA


Changing Ships Midstream

naweb.unb.ca [cached]

Dr. Clint Isbell
Clemson The author, Clint Isbell, assigns to the


National Technical Honor Society - NTHS

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Dr. Clint Isbell, Past PresidentProfessor of Technology and HRDClemson University


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