postexperience

postexperience

(ˌpəʊstɪkˈspɪərɪəns)
adj
(Education) education (of a college or university course or qualification) intended for people with work experience in a particular field
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Seventeen students completed the anonymous pre and postexperience surveys, and 15 of those completed the narrative questions at the end of the postexperience survey.
Orientation is followed by an episode of care (the simulation case) and a period of postexperience analysis (debriefing).
Participants will be given the newest hearing technology to take home and use for 30 days and asked to fill out a short pre- and postexperience survey on their hearing.
Aliyah and one of the two participants that indicated interest in middle school both pre and postexperience found that they liked the challenge of this age group, echoing the research by Stiegelbauer (1992) and Anderson (2009).
Its components included pre- and postexperience tests of lung, laryngeal and psychosocial functioning, a ten-week voice class, and collaboration with faculty colleagues in Biology, Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Psychology.
Our results also did not support earlier findings in the literature about postexperience judgments of the unfairness of the third parties.
On our full-time undergraduate courses we have recruited 1,500 students this year and on the Postgraduate and Postexperience courses 1,000 delegates, making us one of the largest Engineering Schools in the region.
Although information asymmetry does not always raise costs, usually it does, especially if a contract involves postexperience goods, chat is goods where quality is only revealed considerably after the transaction occurs (Varying and Weimer, 1988).
A paired sample t-test was used to test differences between preexperience and postexperience mean scores.
They were also heavily involved in developing the advanced and postexperience courses and awards for which the expanded teaching force generated increasing demand.