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KSASKorean Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences (Gangnam-Gu, Seoul, South Korea)
KSASKawasan Sensitif Alam Sekitar (Malay: Environmentally Sensitive Area)
KSASKorean Student Association at Stanford (Stanford University; California)
KSASKim Salmon and the Surrealists (band)
KSASKreiger School of Arts and Sciences (Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD)
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Al-Kharafi continued, "Zain Groups financial growth during the period in many key indicators was underpinned primarily by the strategic consolidation of Zain KSA, combined with the Saudi operators impressive performance, which has driven it to profitability for four consecutive quarters.
It presents performance attributes, including KPPs and KSAs, to guide the production and development of the current increment.
Principals who expressed a preference for format tended to favour a technologically savvy, web-based e-portfolio that includes direct connections to Alberta Education's interim teacher KSAs. These principals confirmed that e-portfolios provide evidence of technological skill, convenient access to up-to-date information, and the ability to quickly search for relevant items (Butler, 2006; Ndoye et al., 2012).
To ensure content validity, an extensive review of the literature was conducted to identify (a) activities associated with study abroad programs in which faculty can be or are involved; (b) the knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) most frequently identified as being outcomes of study abroad programs; and (c) institutional and individual-level factors found to influence agriculture faculty involvement in and perceptions of study abroad programs; as well as (d) factors that influence agriculture faculty involvement and perceptions of other components of internationalizing higher education that may be transferable to study abroad.
Lee, "Development of an electrically powered HALE UAV," in Proceeding of the 2013 KSAS Spring Conference, vol.
It defines key performance parameters (KPPs) and key system attributes (KSAs) that guide the development, demonstration, and testing of the capability.
By incorporating knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSAs) into each of the six competencies, QSEN sets the stage for comprehensive competency assessment that reinforces safe and quality care (see Table 1).
PJ fit requires recruiting managers to assess how closely the candidate's knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) match the requirements of the job (O'Reilly, Chatman & Caldwell, 1991).
Improving risk management over time will depend on providing scientists and practitioners with the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) needed most.
The fundamental method to understand and distinguish between joint functions is the way capability Key System Attributes (KSAs), or characteristics of a system--manned, robotic, or autonomous--are considered essential to achieving a balanced capability requirement solution.