HELDREFHelen Dwight Reid Educational Foundation
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Founded in 1926 by Peter Zodac, Rocks & Minerals was acquired by Heldref in 1975 following the death of its founder.
The Helen Dwight Reid Educational Foundation (and Heldref Publications) will continue as a non-profit, educational institution.
Qpass, Seattle, the global leader in digital commerce services, has announced that leading specialty publishers Worldwide Videotex and Heldref Publications will implement the Qpass Digital Commerce Service to enable online content sales from their respective publication archives via the Internet.
Heldref publishes more than 40 scholarly and peer-reviewed journals and magazines for the academic community and the consumer, encompassing a range of disciplines including arts and humanities, education, healthcare, history and political science, psychology, and science and the environment.
(4) See Steven Lagerfeld, "Spending Time," Current, February 1, 1999 (UMI Publications, Heldref Publications), on the Internet at http:// www.westlaw.com (visited Sept.
These considerations have prompted some journal editors to explicitly require the reporting of effect sizes along with reporting of statistical tests (e.g., Heldref Foundation, 1997; Thompson, 1994a).
Critique: Studies in Modern Fiction Washington, D.C.: Heldref Publications
By the time the Bournes finally decided to unload Rocks & Minerals (it was purchased by the Heldref Foundation in 1974).
Preventing School Failure, Heldref Publications, 41, 53-60.
For ten years he ran educational and conference programs for the Brookings Institute, and from 1990 to 1995 he was director of Heldref Publications, substantially expanding its range of social science journals.
Heldref Publications (Washington, D.C.), a non-profit organization that produces journals and manuscripts for the K-12, higher education, world affairs, psychology, social sciences, health and environmental fields, will begin the publication of "Journal of Alternative Schooling" with a Fall issues.
After Peter's death the magazine went into decline for some years, but it was eventually purchased by the Heldref Foundation with the intent of revitalizing it, at first under the editorship of Linda Dove.