EDUCATIONAL ADVISING  REFERENCE MATERIALS  PROVIDED BY E/ASA: FY 1999

This page is designed for educational advisers who work at education information/advising centers that receive reference materials from the Advising and Student Services Branch (E/ASA) of  the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Please note that information contained in this table is based on projections from publishers about publication and shipment dates and is subject to change.

If you are an educational adviser at a designated Bureau-affiliated advising center, please check below to determine whether the item(s) scheduled for delivery to your center have been shipped.  Please allow sufficient time from shipping date noted below for delivery to your advising center.  If you have still not received those items, check with the appropriate U.S. Embassy office to determine whether the materials have arrived.  If, after checking with your local U.S. Embassy or Consulate, you believe that there is a problem with the delivery of specific items, please contact E/ASA .

  Check here for a listing of FY1998 reference materials.
 
 

Delivery Schedule

Item Number  Item Name Publication Date Shipping Date (*Confirmed)
 
1.
Funding For U.S. Study, Institute of International Education, 1996, 3rd Edition. Information on awards available to undergraduates, graduates, postgraduates and working professionals. Hundreds of grants offered by governments, foundations and international organizations. Financial aid offerings and admissions contacts of US colleges and universities. Important information specific to international students: nationality requirements and information on whether citizens of other nations already resident in US may apply.   3/2001  
2. 
Grants for Graduate and Postdoctoral Study, Peterson's. Information on over 1,400 fellowships, grants, paid internships, awards, and other forms of funding.   11/99 9/99 
3. Scholarships, Grants, and Prizes 2000, Peterson's. Divided into 68 different academic subject areas with complete descriptions of each award. Includes Award Search CD.   7/99 9/99 
4. College Money Handbook 2000, Peterson's . Guide to financial aid directs students and their families to the billions of dollars in undergraduate financial aid available from colleges and universities. Bonus disk with Access Advisor software helps estimate costs and explore payment options.   8/99 9/99 
5. Scholarships for Study in the USA and Canada 2000, Peterson's. Profiles both the sources and the aid available. Includes all key information, plus deadlines, addresses, and subject indexes.   10/99 11/99 
6. Guide to Sports, Scholarships and College Athletic Programs, 1997, 2nd Edition, Peterson's. Gives a college-by-college, sport-by-sport guide to the millions awarded annually to gifted student athletes in 32 men's and women's sports.   11/99 12/99 
7. The International Foundation Directory, 9th Edition, 1999, the Gale Group.   5/99 9/99 
8. Scholarships and Grants for Study or Research in USA: Scholarship Handbook for Foreign Nationals, American Collegiate Service, 3rd Edition, 19  6/99  
9. Intensive English USA [update of English Language and Orientation Programs in theU.S.], Institute of International  Education, winter 2000, 12th Edition.  Nearly 1,000 ESL programs and courses offered by accredited US higher educational institutions and US English language schools.    
10 Guide to MBA Programs, Peterson's. Information on more than 900 institutions with full-time, part-time, joint-degree, distance learning, and executive MBA and master's-level business programs. Includes financial planning disk.   10/99 11/99 
11. Law Schools: a Comprehensive Guide to All 181 Accredited US Law Schools, Peterson's . Contains statistics and student body profiles, LSAT test preparation, and advice on planning for a legal career. Includes financial planner CD-ROM.   12/99 1/2000 
12. Graduate Medical Education Directory, American Medical Association. Information on nearly 7,800 ACGME-accredited programs and more than 1,600 GME teaching institutions. 1,240 pages, softcover.   5/99 9/99 
13. ASEE Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges, American Society for Engineering Education, 1996/1997 Edition. Profiles of over 300 engineering and engineering technology colleges and universities; information for both prospective undergraduate and graduate engineering students.   5/99 9/99 
14. American Art Directory, 57th Edition, Bowker Publishing. Provides information on nearly 5,000 art organizations in the U.S. and Canada (e.g., museums, libraries, schools, and corporations with art holdings). Information is also provided on affiliated galleries, museums, and libraries.   7/99 9/99 
15. Barron's Guide to Medical and Dental Schools, 1999.  5/2000  
16. 1999-2000 Guide to Museum Studies and Training in the U.S., American Association of Museums, 1999. Contact info and description for more than 150 graduate and undergraduate museum studies programs, plus in-depth information on program specialties, financial aid, length, and internship requirements.    8/99
17. Peterson's Guide to Nursing Programs, 1999, 4th Edition (published in cooperation with the American Association of Colleges of Nursing). Contains information about baccalaureate, master's doctoral, postdoctoral, and joint-degree programs designed to meet changing needs in the field (from conventional/reactive role to proactive/ preventive-care).   4/99  9/99
18. Professional Degree Programs in the Visual and Performing Arts 2000, Peterson's, 6th Edition. Describes more than 1,000 degree programs in music, dance, theater, and art offered by 650 colleges, music conservatories, and art/design schools nationwide.   9/99 10/99 
19. Peterson's Top Colleges for Science, 1996, 1st Edition. Details the strengths, facilities, and research affiliations of 190 U.S. colleges and universities with superior science programs. 12/99  
20. Peterson's Culinary Schools, 1999, 2nd Edition. Contains a listing of professional culinary programs at 2- and 4-year colleges and culinary institutes, as well as guidance from leading chefs and cooking school directors, easy-to-use profiles and an index of additional resources.  12/99
21. Education for the Earth: the College Guide for Careers in the Environment, Peterson's, 1998, 3rd Edition . Contains information about more than 200 college and university environmental studies programs.  9/99  
22. Guide to Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Programs 2000, Peterson's, 4th Edition . Contains education and career information for computer science, artificial intelligence/robotics, software engineering, computer engineering, and electrical engineering. Identifies more than 700 master's, doctoral, and combined-degree programs and includes tips on choosing the right program, finding financial aid, and more.    
23. Peterson's U.S. and Canadian Medical Schools, 2000. Profiles of all 159 accredited medical schools, including osteopathic schools. Includes advice on getting into medical school and covering costs. Includes financial planner CD-ROM.  12/99   
24. AAA Guide: a Guide to Departments of Anthropology/A Directory of Members, 1999-2000, American Anthropological Association. Features information on 551 departments, as well as membership listings, statistical data, and a listing of PhD dissertations in anthropology.  8/99 9/99 
25. Guide to Architecture Schools, 6th Edition, 1998, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.   8/99 9/99 
26. National Association of Schools of Art & Design Directory, 1999-2000, NASAD. Lists accredited institutions and major degree programs. Includes addresses, telephone numbers, and art/design executives for all member institutions.     
27. ABET Accreditation Yearbook, 99th Edition, 1999, Accreditation Board for Engineering Technology. List of professionally accredited programs in engineering and engineering technology.   5/2000  
28. Curricula in the Atmospheric, Oceanic, Hydrologic, and Related Sciences - Colleges and Universities in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico, 1998 Edition, American Meteorological Society. Provides detailed information on programs in the atmospheric sciences and closely related oceanic, hydrologic, and other sciences including: undergraduate and graduate courses and degrees offered, types of financial support available, titles and amounts of research grants and contracts in effect, and background information and special interests of faculty members at universities in the United States, Puerto Rico, and Canada.  1998 10/99 
29. Directory of Professional Preparation Programs in TESOL in the U.S. and Canada, TESOL, 1999-2001, 11th Edition. information about nearly 400 programs in 213 institutions in the United States and Canada. Entries describe program length, requirements, courses, staff, tuition, fees, admission requirements, and summer sessions. State and provincial requirements for teaching ESL are also included.   6/99 8/99 
30. Graduate Study in Psychology, 1998, American Psychological Association. 

 

 1998  
31. Peterson's English Learning Programs: a Guide to Short Term Study Worldwide, 1998. Guide to more than 500 English language training programs offered worldwide for adult learners and international students. Includes full descriptions of each program, including cost, types of courses, lodging, accommodations, and other student services.   10/99 12/99 
32. A Guide to College Programs in Hospitality and Tourism, 6th Edition, 1999, CHRIE: Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education. information on more than 400 educational programs in hospitality and tourism. Lists programs by type of degree awarded, ranging from certificates and diploas to graduate degrees, by specialization, and by geographic location (both U.S. and international programs). Covers student enrollment, program features, accreditation, admission and graduation requirements, and financial aid sources.   9/99  
33.  Animation School Directory by  Animation  World Network ,  Publisher Ron Diamond 

NOTE: The  publication which was announced by cable,  The Complete Guide to Animation and Computer Graphics Schools, is no longer available so E/ASA has subsituted the above item.  The new item will be sent to all advising centers that ordered the originial book. 

 12/99  
34. Getting into a Residency: a Guide for Medical Students by Kenneth V. Iserson, MD, Galen Press, 4th Edition, 1998. A step-by-step guide through the process of selecting a medical specialty and obtaining a residency position.   2000  
35. Insider's Guide to Graduate Programs in Clinical and Counseling Psychology, Michael A. Sayette, Tracy J. Mayne, and John C. Norcross, Guilford Publications, 1998. Information on more than 250 accredited doctoral programs in clinical and counseling psychology throughout the United States and Canada. Takes readers step-by-step through the application process, and behind the scenes at the admissions office.   8/99 9/99 
36. Guide to Doctoral Programs in Business & Management, Catherine Soete, AACSB, 1995. Provides specific information on admissions, fields of study, degree requirements, expenses, financial assistance and placement of graduates by school.    
37 Graduate Faculty and Programs in Political Science, American Political Science Association, 16th Edition, 1998. A triennial listing of over 300 Ph.D. and M.A. programs in political science in the United States and Canada.  1998 9/99 
38. The Guide to Graduate Education in Public Affairs and Public Administration, 1st Edition, 1997-98, National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration.   97/98 10/99 
39. Guide to Graduate Education in Urban and Regional Planning, 10th Edition, Planners Book Service, 1996. Information on Master's and PhD programs in the U.S., Canada and abroad.   6/99 10/99 
40. Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology, the American Sociological Association, 1999. listings for 264 graduate departments of sociology. In addition to name and rank, faculty are identified by highest degree held, institution and date of degree, and areas of specialty interest.   4/99  
41 University-Wire: Graduate Schools in the U.S., Peterson's. This new series corresponds with the Peterson's six-volume guide to graduate programs and provides information on programs at selected schools in major disciplines as well as peer insights into the graduate experience and articles from campus newspapers.  1998 9/99 
42 University-wire: Graduate Studies in Arts, Humanities and Archeology, Peterson's.  1998 9/99 
43 University-wire: Graduate Studies in Physical Sciences, Mathematics & Environmental Sciences, Peterson's  1998 9/99 
44. University-wire: Graduate Studies in Social Sciences and Social Work, Peterson's  1998 9/99 
45. University-wire: Graduate Studies in Engineering, Computer Science and Information Studies, Peterson's  1998 9/99 
46. University-wire: Graduate Studies in Education, Peterson's  1998 9/99 
47. University-wire: Graduate Studies in Biology, Health and Agricultural Science, Peterson's  1998 9/99 
48. The Winning Edge: The Student Athlete's Guide to College Sports, 4th Edition, 1996/97, Octameron Associates. Shows students how to use their athletic skills to increase their chances for financial aid and admission at the schools of their choice.   1997 10/99 
49. Three-Volume Set (College Handbook, International Student Handbook, and Index of Majors and Graduate Degrees) - College Board Publications.   8/99  
50. The College Handbook: Includes Windows version of College Explorer+ on CD-ROM that lets students pinpoint the colleges that have what they want, then get in-depth information from the Handbook or link to any college's Web site.   8/99  
51. The International Student Handbook of U.S. Colleges: Directory providing detailed facts, figures, and special requirements for international students who are applying to college or graduate school in the United States. Includes checklists, worksheets, test dates and registration deadlines, and a predeparture calendar.   8/99  
52. Index of Majors and Graduate Degrees - Brief descriptions of each major and identifies the 3,200 colleges, universities, and graduate schools that offer them. For all degree levels from associate through doctoral.   8/99  
53. Peterson's Four-year Colleges 2000. Profiles of 2,000 accredited colleges and universities; in-depth descriptions of academic programs, campus life, athletics, and more; and QuickFind college search indexes and charts. Includes College Quest Personal Edition CD-ROM.   7/99  8/99
54. Peterson's Two-year Colleges 2000. Information on 1,500 junior and community colleges, including programs offered, tuition, and financial aid.   8/99 10/99 
55. Guide to College Visits, Peterson's . Resource for planning and making the most out of a college visit and tour. With profiles of over 360 colleges. Comes with a Rand McNally TripMaker point-to-point route planning and mapping CD.  8/99 9/99 
56. 
Peterson's Competitive Colleges, 1999-2000. In-depth profiles on over 350 universities attracting and admitting the world's best students. Descriptions of campus technology and information resources, plus indexes grouping colleges by cost, size, entrance difficulty, and religious affiliation.   3/99 9/99 
57. 
Peterson's Guides to Graduate and Professional Programs, Six Volume Set.   12/99 1/2000 
58. 
Graduate and Professional Programs: an Overview. Survey of graduate and professional programs offered in 386 fields of study at more than 1,700 accredited colleges and universities in the U.S. and Canada. Includes faculty research specialties, full listings of all degree programs by field, and information on academic centers and institutes.  12/99 1/2000 
59. 
The Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. Provides detailed listing of more than 10,900 programs in subject areas ranging from African-American studies and applied arts to political science and women's studies. Includes information on applying, financial aid, faculty research specialties, and more.   12/99 1/2000 
60. 
The Biological Sciences. Describes nearly 4,000 programs in 40 disciplines such as oncology, molecular biology, pharmacology, and zoology. Includes faculty research specialties and information on academic centers and institutes.   12/99 1/2000 
61. 
The Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Agricultural Sciences, the Environment and Natural Resources. Profiles more than 3,300 graduate-level programs in chemistry, oceanography, the geosciences, physics, statistics, agricultural science, and natural resources.   12/99 1/2000 
62. 
Engineering and Applied Sciences. Covers more than 3,700 programs in fields ranging from high-tech bioengineering and computer science to construction management and electrical engineering. Includes information on entrance and degree requirements, expenses, financial aid, and programs of study.  8/99 9/99 
63. 
Business, Education, Health, Information Studies, Law, and Social Work. Features more than 15,000 listings for programs in allied health, advertising, business, dentistry, education, law, nursing, optometry, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine.   12/99 1/2000 
64. 
Accredited Institutions of Post-Secondary Education - American Council on Education. official guide to institutions of higher learning that are accredited by national and regional accrediting agencies. This updated edition includes more than 5,000 public, private, two-year, four-year, and vocational institutions of higher education throughout the United States, as well as U.S.-chartered schools in countries abroad. Each entry provides the institution's name and address, includes a brief description, denotes any membership in a public higher education system, and lists date of first accreditation, type of accreditation and name of accrediting body, type of academic calendar, levels of degrees offered, specialized accreditation(s), name and title of chief executive officer, latest enrollment figure, and professional accreditation.  5/99 9/99 
65. 
Barron's Profiles of American Colleges. Profiles of every accredited four-year college in all 50 states, plus profiles of selected schools in Canada, Mexico, and abroad. Comes with a pair of 3 1/2 inch disks, one for Macintosh and the other for Windows.  8/2000  
66. 
Studying Abroad: a Guide to Accessible University Programs and Facilities for Students with Disabilities in the United States and Canada, by Gayle Gagliano and Naomi Moore, 1996, University of New Orleans.   6/99 9/99 
67. 
Colleges with Programs for Students with Learning Disabilities or Attention Deficit Disorders, 1997, Peterson's. Guide to assistance and accommodations available to students with learning disabilities or Attention Deficit Disorder at more than 1000 two- and four-year colleges in the U.S. and Canada. Full descriptions of the special services and programs at these colleges. With cd-rom.   1997 10/99 
68. 
Peterson's Guide to Private Secondary Schools, 1999-2000, 20th Edition. Contains information about 1,500 accredited day, boarding, religious, military, junior boarding, and special needs schools worldwide. School profiles cover programs, cost and financial aid, facilities, and student life.   3/99 9/99 
69. 
Peterson's Vocational and Technical Schools, East and West Coast, Two Volume Set, 2000. Two regional volumes identify more than 5,000 skills-training programs to prepare for careers ranging from aviation to computer technology. Volumes are divided between programs East and West of the Mississippi River.  12/99 1/2000 
70. 
Peterson's College and University Almanac 2000. Contains information on all the regionally accredited colleges including selecting, getting in, and paying for a college.   9/99 10/99 
71. 
Peterson's Colleges and Universities in the USA: the Complete Guide for International Students, 1999, 4th Edition. Details on over 1,500 accredited institutions organized by U.S. state, information on financial aid, majors index, and helpful worksheets.  9/99 10/99 
72. 
Higher Education Directory, Higher Education Publications, 2000, 17th Edition.   10/99 11/99 
73. 
Murray Resource and Career Guide to Historically Black Colleges and Universities, 1999.   3/99 10/99 
74. 
Patterson's American Education 1999, Volume, Educational Directories Inc.   11/99 12/99 
75. 
The Fiske Guide to Colleges 2000, 16th Edition, Random House. Includes application information -- where to get one, which schools have the longest and most difficult applications, deadlines, etc.; quality-of-life, academic, and social-life ratings for each school; listings of each college's strongest departments and majors; selection of the forty-two "Best Buys" -- schools that deliver the best education at the most reasonable cost.   8/99 9/99 
76. 
Peterson's Honors Programs. Information for exceptional students to locate and evaluate the honors programs offered at more than 350 schools.   10/99 12/99 
77. 
College Match: a Blueprint for Choosing the Best School for You, 5th Edition, 1998/99, Octameron Associates. Combines worksheets with practical advice. Written by two former admission deans; uses a step-by-step approach to give students control of the college admission process.   9/97 10/99 
78. 
Behind the Scenes: an Inside Look at the Selective College Admission Process, 12th Edition, 1999/2000, Octameron Associates. A counselor and former Dean of Admission uses question and answer sections and case studies; describes the rationale that enters into the final admission decision, including the relative importance of SAT scores, extra-curricular activities, grades and class standing; Early Decision as an admission strategy; the relationship between the financial aid and admission processes.   9/99 10/99 
79. 
College.edu: On-line Resources for the Cyber Savvy Student, Octameron Associates, 2nd Edition, 1999/2000. Useful sites on financial aid and admission, including bulletin boards and newsgroups. Discusses whether its advantageous to apply for admission and financial aid on-line, where to prepare for on-campus interviews, what to look for in virtual campus tours, and how to make sure the information is objective. Shows how to spot internet fraud.   9/98 10/99 
80. 
Career and College Quest, Windows diskette - Network Version, Peterson's.     
81. 
Career and College Quest, Windows cd-rom, Single User Edition - Peterson's.     
82. 
Career and College Quest, Windows cd-rom - Network Version, Peterson's.     
83. 
Gradsearch, Windows cd-rom, Peterson's, 1999.     
84. 
ExPAN, Windows diskette - The College Board. College search based on Annual Survey of Colleges for over 3,000 colleges; Database of 1998-99 college costs and financial aid policies; Fund Finder scholarship data base of over 3,000 programs, updated for 1998-99; Electronic portfolio for storing academic and extracurricular information as well as completing college applications.     
85. 
ExPAN, Macintosh diskette.     
86. 
Barron's Profiles of American Colleges, Mac/Windows cd-rom, 1998. Includes data on all of the nation's accredited four-year colleges. Presents all the facts, fees, and facilities listed in the book, and adds color graphics showing campus scenes and environments of some 300 colleges, with locator maps to show viewers where each school is situated.     
87. 
CollegeSource, cd-rom, 1999-2000, Career Guidance Foundation. CollegeSource CD-ROM is a collection of over 3,600 catalogs of 2 year, 4 year and graduate schools.     
88. 
Peterson's Writing a Winning College Application Essay, 1996. Handbook that breaks writing the essay down into manageable steps, provides examples, and reveals what admission officers look for.     
89. How to Write a Winning Personal Statement for Graduate and Professional School, Peterson's, 1996. Combines guidance on choosing an engaging topic, writing clearly, and organizing for impact with 35 sample essays.     
90. The Complete Guide to Graduate School Admission: Psychology and Related Fields by Patricia Keith-Spiegel, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Reprinted 1998. Step-by-step guide provides definitive "how to" information for successfully selecting and gaining admission into master's and doctoral programs.    
91. Marketing Yourself to the Top Business Schools by Phil and Carol Carpenter, 1995, John Wiley & Sons. Tips for matching strengths and interests with those of target schools. Interviews with admissions directors, alumni, and student admissions counselors. Advice on writing focused, persuasive essays.    
92. Graduate Admissions Essays: What Works, What Doesn't, and Why, by Donald Asher, Berkeley: Ten Speed Press, 1999. Topics include Choosing a School or Program, Planning and Managing Your Application Process, Getting Ready tofts, Samples, and Recommendation Letters.    
93. How to Get into the Top MBA Programs, by Richard Montauk, Simon & Schuster/Prentice Hall, 1996    
95. Behind the Scenes: An Inside Look at the Selective College Admission Process, by Edward B. Wall, 12th Edition, 1999-2000, Octameron Associates. Using question and answer sections and case studies, the author describes the rationale that enters into the final admission decision, including: the relative importance of SAT scores, extra-curricular activities, grades and class standing; Early Decision as an admission strategy; and the relationship between the financial aid and admission processes.     
96. On Writing the College Application Essay, by Harry Bauld, Harper Collins, 1987. A former Ivy League admissions officer offers tips on how to write meaningful essays for college admission applications. Includes sample essay    
97. The Admissions Essay by Helen Power and Robert Diantonio, Reprinted 1998, Carroll Publishing.    
98. Do-it Write: How to Prepare a Great College Application by G. Gary Ripple, 7th Edition, 1998/99, Octameron Associates.     
99. Living in the USA, Alison Lanier, edited by C. William Gay, 5th Edition, 1996, Intercultural Press . A partial listing of topics covered includes general first impressions, customary behaviors and dominant attitudes, business practices and the workplace environment, social manners, transportation, money management, medical care, food and dining customs, shopping, communications, safety and emergencies. For long-term visitors there are especially helpful chapters on housing, care of young children, schools, teenage life, household help, religion, friendships and leisure-time activities.    
100 American Ways: a Guide for Foreigners in the United States, Gary Althen, Intercultural Press, 1988. Describes the basic characteristics of American culture (values, style of communication, patterns of thinking, customary behaviors) and underlines how they are different from the ways of other cultures. Shows how these characteristics are reflected in the many aspects of American life which the foreigner encounters (e.g. politics, social relations, personal hygiene, public behavior, studying, and business).     
101 The Art of Coming Home, Craig Storti, Intercultural Press, 1997. Beginning with an examination of the difficulties faced by returnees in general, the author then looks at issues faced by returning employees, spouses, teenagers and young children andoffers advice for dealing with reentry both before and after departure.A final chapter addresses reentry relative to high school exchange students, Peace Corps volunteers, military personnel and their families, and missionaries and their children.    
102. Teaching American Students: a Guide for International Faculty and Teaching Assistants in Colleges and Universities, Ellen Sarkisian, Intercultural Press, 1997. Designed to help teachers at colleges and universities adjust to the culture of the American classroom. Gives a clear explanation of American students expectations and offers practical teaching strategies to the reader.     
103 The Ultimate College Survival Guide, 1998, Petersons. This "get real" guide to campus life gives you the straight talk on settling in and hitting the books; getting along with professors and roommates; managing time, money, and study habits. Specific information for international students is also included.    
104 College Admissions Data [CAD] College II Maps , Riverside Publishing, 1995: 35" x 45" four-color wall maps of regional sections of the U.S.A. Shows locations of all 1,650+ four-year accredited colleges and universities in the U.S. Colleges are coded by symbols to show public or private control and gender, religious or ethnic orientation. Printed on heavy stock paper, rolled (no creases or folds) for wall mounting, and shipped in a heavy mailing container. Addresses of each college listed in a table at edge of map. Set of Four CAD College II Maps {Northeast, Southeast, Midwest and West Regional}.     
105 CAD College II Map: Northeast.     
106 CAD College II Map: Southeast.    
107 CAD College II Map: Midwest.     
108 CAD College II Map: West Regional    
109 Bibliography of Suggested Advising Resources, AMIDEAST, 1997 [Limit 2 per Center]. Provides information on resources in over 100 fields of study as well as other areas such as the application process, financial aid, orientation, professional periodicals and internships. This bibliography was commissioned by USIA especially for overseas educational advisers.    9/24/99
110 Advising for Study in the United States: a Manual for Educational Advising Professionals, USIA/College Board, 1998. Comprehensive publication providing over 500 pages of modules on issues spanning a range of inquiries faced by professionals advising students outside the United States. Areas covered include field of study descriptions, explanations of accreditation, guides to internet use for college advising, use of volunteers, and a broad array of similar issues. Advising for Study in the United States is a 1998 update of the 1987 publication Overseas Educational Advisers' Manual and was produced collaboratively by the United States Information Agency and the College Board.     
111 Cooperating with a University in the United States: NAFSA's Guide to Inter-University Linkages, 1997. guide to postsecondary education in the United States for university administrators in other parts of the world. Filled with clear and practical advice for officials of foreign universities interested in cooperating formally or informally with a university in the United States, the guide builds on materials previously developed by NAFSA member institutions. The guide outlines the structure of the U.S. higher education system, including postgraduate and professional training and attendant issues related to the peculiarly American institution of accreditation. The second section explores the question of linkages between U.S. institutions of higher learning and their counterparts abroad, identifying the main features of several common types of agreement and telling foreign educators how they can acquire the information and expertise they should have before initiating contact with prospective partners. A suggested course of study for would-be linkage partners is offered. The third section contains several sample linkage agreements.     
112 The Chronicle of Higher Education, 1 Year Subscription, Published Weekly.    
113 Campus Free College Degrees, 8th Edition, Thorson Guides, 1998.     
114 The Independent Study Catalog: A Guide to Over 10,000 Correspondence Courses, Peterson's, 1999, 7th Edition. Contains information on more than 13,000 correspondence courses offered by over 140 accredited institutions    
115 National Directory of Internships, 11th Edition, 1998-99, National Society for Experiential Education.     
116 Internships 2000, Peterson's. Information on more than 50,000 paid and unpaid internships in 2,000 organizations ranging from Fortune 100 firms to art galleries to national parks.     
117 Summer Fun: Learning Programs, Peterson's. This new series is designed to help parents select an appropriate educational program for their children during the summer. Includes detailed listings of summer learning camps and programs, advice on how to pick the right program, secrets to handling homesickness, and firsthand experiences from other children.     
118 Summer Fun: Traditional and Specialty Camps, Peterson's. Includes detailed listings of summer camps, advice on how to pick the right program, secrets to handling homesickness, and firsthand experiences from other children    
119 Summer Fun: Travel and International Programs, Peterson's. Includes detailed listing of summer travel camps and programs, advice on preparation, handling homesickness,     
120 Bricker's International Directory of University-Based Executive Development Programs, Peterson's, 2000, 30th Edition. Guide to 700 programs of management education offered by universities and nonprofit organizations worldwide. Includes content, costs, strengths, length of program, and target audience.     
121 The Directory for Exceptional Children: a Listing of Educational and Training Facilities, 1994-95, 13th Edition, Porter Sar    
122 Research Center Directory, 2 Volume Set, 25th Edition, 1999, Gale Publishing.     
123 Directory of College and University Administrators, Peterson's, 2000, 12th Edition. Formerly the Register of Higher Education, this resource contains the names, titles, addresses, and phone numbers of more than 91,000 administrative officers at more than 3,900 U.S. institutions.     
124 Peterson's Guide to Distance Learning Programs, 2000. Provides information about 2,000 degree and certificate programs available with courses delivered via the Internet, television, video conferencing, videotape and audiotape, or software from nearly 900 institutions.     
125 MBA Distance Learning Programs 2000: The Hottest New Way to Earn a Graduate Business Degree, Peterson's. Includes program descriptions of more than 100 accredited programs, the latest delivery mechanisms, the Internet to vidoconferencing, and tips and advice on how to find a program.     
126 Advisory List of International Educational Travel and Exchange Programs, 1999-2000, Council on Standards for International Educational Travel {CSIET}.     
127 The Best Distance Learning Graduate Schools: Earning Your Degree Without Leaving Home by Vicky Phillips and Cindy Yager, 1998, Random House & Princeton Review Books.     
128 Internet Guide to Graduate and Professional Schools, Peterson's.     
129 International Directory of University-Preparatory Boarding Schools in the United States and Canada/International Directory of Summer Opportunities for Kids and Teenagers, Peterson's. Features descriptions of hundreds of university-preparatory boarding schools in the United States and Canada and summer opportunities for children and teenagers (translated in English, Spanish, French, Chinese, and Japanese.)     
130 NAFSA Adviser's Manual of Federal Regulations Affecting Foreign Students.     
131 NAFSA: Association of International Educators Membership Directory, 1999-2000.     
132 Guide to State Residency Requirements: Policy and Practice at US Public Colleges and Universities, Janine M. Farhat, Editor, College Board Publications, 1997. Individual summaries of state residency requirements for all fifty states and the District of Columbia, including basic requirements for residency determination and all relevant exceptions. Special tips for U.S. military families and overseas students.     
133 How to Get Higher Education via the Internet: the Complete Guide to Getting Your Undergraduate or Graduate Degree from the Comfort of Your Home by Sam Atieh, Open Communications Inc, 1998.     
134 The 1999 Association Unlimited; National Associations in the U.S.    
135 U.S. Academic Explorer: A Guide to Higher Education in the United States, cd-rom, USIA, 1996.     9/24/99
136 Video: Exploring New Worlds, ETS & USIA, NTSC Format.     
137 Video: Exploring New Worlds, ETS & USIA, PAL Format.     8/23/99
138 Video: Exploring New Worlds, ETS & USIA, SECAM Format.     
139 Video: Graduate Study in the United States, NAFSA & USIA, NTSC Format.     
140 Video: Graduate Study in the United States, NAFSA & USIA, PAL Format.     8/23/99
141 Video: Graduate Study in the United States, NAFSA & USIA, SECAM Format.     
142 Video: World Within Reach: a Pre-departure Orientation Resource for Students Planning to Work or Study Abroad, Intercultural Press, Inc. 55 Mins., 1995, PAL Format.     
143 Video: World Within Reach: a Pre-departure Orientation Resource for Students Planning to Work or Study Abroad, Intercultural Press, Inc. 55 Mins., 1995, NTSC Format.     
144 SAT Success cd-rom 2000, 6th Edition Revised, Peterson's.     
145 GMAT Success 2000, 2nd Edition, Revised, Peterson's.     
146 TOEFL Practice Test with Audio 2000, 2nd Edition, Revised, Peterson's.     
147 TOEFL Success with Audio 2000, 2nd Edition Revised, Peterso    
148 GRE Success 2000, 3rd Edition, Peterson's.     
149 Cracking the GRE 1999, Princeton Review.     
150 Cracking the SAT II: Physics, Princeton Review    
151 Cracking the SAT II: Math, Princeton Review.     
152 Cracking the SAT II: English, Princeton Review.    
153 Cracking the LSAT, with Cd-rom, Princeton Review.     
154 The Official Guide for GMAT Review, 9th Edition, ETS    
155 Powerprep GRE General Test Software, ET    
156 Practicing to Take the GRE Engineering Test, 3rd Edition, ETS.     
157 Practicing to Take the GRE Computer Science Test, 3rd Edition, ETS.     
158 TOEFL Sample Test, 6th Edition, ETS.     
159 GRE/GMAT Math Workbook, 1997, Kaplan.    
160 GRE 1999-2000, Kaplan.     
161 GRE 1999-2000 with cd-rom, Kaplan.     
162 Higher Score for the GMAT, GRE, LSAT, 1998, Kaplan.   
163 MCAT CAT 1999-2000 with cd-rom, Kaplan.     
164 SAT II Study Guide: Writing, Barrons, 1998.    
165 SAT II Study Guide: Math IC, Barrons, 2000.     
166 SAT II Study Guide: Chemistry, Barrons, 6th Edition, 1998    
167 SAT II Study Guide: Physics, Barrons, 1999, 7th Edition.     


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