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SELECT PUBLISHED WORK

Nolinske, T. Editor: News In Education Tab, More Than One Way To AccessAbility, 16-page magazine supplement in The Tampa Tribune, Tampa, FL, October 5, 2009. pdf

Nolinske, T. (2009) for the blog of the National Business Research Institute, Inc.,   Addison, TX.  Topics include, A Culture of Levity at Work, Social Networking Benefits Employees and Customers, Impact of Sensory Branding, Innovation. pdf

Nolinske, T. and Rogers, A. (Winter 2007). Profile – Mutual Benefit: Partnering for Learning in Tampa, in Public Policy & Aging Report, 17(1), p. 11-12.

Nolinske, T. (2005). Editor and Team Writer: Science To Go Activity and Comic Book. Tampa, FL:  Museum of Science & Industry.

Nolinske, T. (2005). Section 1, Chapter 2:  Thinking Like a Scientist in Science and
Technology (pp. 41-65).  Austin, TX: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.

Led team to write elementary, middle and high school Teacher’s Guides, edited by T. Nolinske, to travel with BODIES…The Exhibition, developed by Premier Exhibitions, Atlanta, 2005.

West, R., Ross, L., Taylor , K.A. and Nolinske, T. (2005). A Model for Science Learning. Monograph for the Calumet Environmental Education Program, Chicago, IL: The Field Museum. * Terrie Nolinske was the evaluator for the three year project. pdf

Nolinske, T. (2004). Seventeen chapters of PowerPoint slides and notes to supplement Managing Human Resources (4th ed) by Gomez-Mejia, Balkin and Cardy. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. HR Management PowerPoints

Nolinske, T. (Spring 2003). Effective communication during site visits, NEWStandard: A Resource for Peer Reviewers, American Association of Museums. pdf

Nolinske, T. (2002).  Take a deep breath: Open your mind, relax your body with yoga. 
Wednesday Journal’s Express!, December 18, pp. 49, 52-54.

Nolinske, T. (2001).  The commissary. Encyclopedia of the World’s Zoos. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.

Nolinske, T. (1999).  Multiple approach to evaluation. Journal of the International Association of Zoo Educators, (35), 18-26.

Nolinske, T. & Grisham, J. (1999). Cheetah:  Educational booklet from the Species Survival Plan Management Committee.  Funded and printed by Lincoln Park Zoo and Oklahoma City Zoo:  Cheetah SSP Management Committee, American Zoo and Aquarium Association, distributed internationally to all AZA member institutions.

Nolinske, T. (Fall 1999).  Creating an inclusive learning environment.  Essays on
Teaching Excellence, Published by the Faculty Development in Higher Education,
Valdosta, GA: Valdosta University. pdf

Nolinske, T. (Editor). (1999). Guidelines for assisting people with disabilities at
Lincoln Park Zoo. Chicago, IL: Lincoln Park Zoo. pdf

Nolinske, T. (1999).  From the guest editor: Preparing and developing faculty through
faculty development initiatives. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 53(1), 9-
13. pdf

Nolinske, T., & Millis, B. (1999).  Cooperative learning as an approach to pedagogy
American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 53(1), 31-40. pdf

Nolinske, T. (1998).  Minimizing measurement error when using questionnaires.  In
M. Kaplan (Ed.), To Improve the Academy, Vol. 17 (pp. 291-310). Stillwater, OK: 
New Forums Press and Professional and Organizational Development Network in
Higher Education.  pdf

Nolinske, T. (1996).  Writing a research proposal.  Journal of Prosthetics and
Orthotics, 8(4), 132-137. *Award-winning article

Nolinske, T.  (1995). Multiple mentoring relationships facilitate learning during
fieldwork. The American Occupational Therapy Association, 49(1), 39-43.

Nolinske, T. (June 7, 1995).  Elder abuse. AlliedHealth Section, The Chicago
Tribune.

Nolinske, T. L. (1994). The value of the mentor-protégé relationship as perceived by
the mentor, the protégé and the protégé’s boss.  Dissertation Abstracts International,
55, 5508B.  (University Microfilms No. 94-33, 900). * Award-winning research pdf

Feature writer, Northwestern Educator, Quarterly newsletter for Alumni of the School
of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University, 1991-1993.

Nolinske, T. (1991).  Continuous quality improvement.  OT WEEK, 5, 16-17.

Nolinske, T.L., Harlow, M.L., & Russ, J.C. (1989).  Orthotic management of the
neurologically involved upper and lower limb.  In P.R. Meyer (Ed.), Surgery of Spine
Trauma (pp. 305-440).  New York:  Churchill Livingstone, Inc.

Feature Editor and Feature Writer.  The Badger Herald Newspaper, Madison, WI, 1972-1975.
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