Utilization of the Small Business Advancement National Center in Creating a More Viable Classroom Setting and Vibrant up to Date Research
This article provides the reader with a better understanding of how to utilize the Small Business Advancement National Center in their classroom and their research. The Center's website is used by numerous colleges and universities for research and classroom information. The Electronic Resource allows the professor and students a much greater opportunity to communicate via the Internet and e-mail as well as receive classroom and business consulting information. The paper also gives ideas as to how to utilize other Internet interfaced teaching tools.
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