The troubling public posturing of OECTA notwithstanding, I fervently believe that there remains a considerable number among the membership "in the trenches" who will nevertheless continue to work tirelessly at keeping the corrosive secular tentacles of the EIES
agenda from poisoning the Catholic character and Catholic constitution of our schools.
The tools were developed using the Interact language developed for constructing prototypes within NJIT's current laboratory without walls"- EIES
(the Electronic Information Exchange System; see Turoff and Hiltz, 1981).
The trustees are in majority in favour of McGuinty's EIES
(Equity and Inclusive Equality Strategy).
The fourth, and most interesting, event of the week was the first Meeting of Iberia-American Software Exporters (abbreviated EIES
Dalton McGuinty's EIES
is already reaping its harvest in Toronto.
A prior study used some of these items to construct a factor score to measure productivity enhancement among seven groups of scientific and technical workers using EIES
(the Electronic Information Exchange System) at New Jersey Institute of Technology.
In , Hiltz and Turoff review some of these systems and provide an extensive bibliography; prime examples are EIES
 and some parts of NLS/AUGMENT .