Success Rates Of Second Semester Anatomy Students In Online And On-Ground Classes At A Community College In East Tennessee, 2018 East Tennessee State University
Success Rates Of Second Semester Anatomy Students In Online And On-Ground Classes At A Community College In East Tennessee, William Sproat
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Educators expect the number of institutions offering online courses and the number of students enrolling in these courses to increase as many students, particularly nontraditional students, discover the advantages of online content delivery. Online courses require new methods of communication between students and faculty as well as discovering new ways to build relationships, earn student trust, conduct appropriate assessment, and deliver useful course content. Many institutions—public, private, and for-profit—offer a wide variety of online coursework but faculty, employers, and the public have expressed concerns about the quality of online course content. In particular, online delivery of coursework in ...
The Gift Of Pain With Transformative Possibilities, 2018 McGill University
The Gift Of Pain With Transformative Possibilities, Richard B. Hovey
Patient Experience Journal
This personal narrative explores the experiences of pain metaphorically as a gift. The intention of this article is to offer alternative ways to reflect on pain, life and taking risks to move from health literacy toward health agency with help. I describe my approach to decision making using the hermeneutic wager which provides a means to imagine possibilities while mindfully assessing risk. Learning to manage pain and learning to live well with pain is a gift that we are not always aware is within our grasp.
Identifying Potential Challenges To Ged Students' Matriculation To College, 2018 Olivet Nazarene University
Identifying Potential Challenges To Ged Students' Matriculation To College, Ashley Luft
Scholar Week 2016 - present
The purpose of this study was to identify potential challenges GED students face when matriculating into college. The survey instrument was The Adult Learning Questionnaire/Deterrents to Participation Scale-General. The research questions were; 1. What do GED students identify as potential situational challenges to college matriculation? 2. What do GED students identify as potential institutional challenges to college matriculation? 3. What do GED students identify as potential dispositional challenges to college matriculation? 4. What relationships exist in reported challenges as a factor of age, gender and ethnicity? The results were as follows; the three most identified situational challenges were; the ...
Customized Financial Interventions That May Affect Retention Rates In Nursing Programs, 2018 Olivet Nazarene University
Customized Financial Interventions That May Affect Retention Rates In Nursing Programs, Joseph Rojek Ii
Scholar Week 2016 - present
With the cost of post-secondary education on the rise and retention rates of university students a major concern for university administrators, the author of the current study desired to explore the effect that a Financial Solutions Team (FST) had on improving the retention and graduation rates of undergraduate (RN-BSN) and graduate level (MSN) nursing students (n = 1030). The purpose of the current study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the enhanced FST processes in order to determine its impact on the one-year retention rates after a financial hold was placed on a nurse’s student account, and the graduation rates ...
Emotional Intelligence: The Effect On Social Media Use, Interpersonal Violence, And Gender, 2018 Olivet Nazarene University
Emotional Intelligence: The Effect On Social Media Use, Interpersonal Violence, And Gender, Gail Grabczynski
Scholar Week 2016 - present
This study investigated the relationship between Emotional Intelligence (EI), social media use, interpersonal violence and gender. EI is a relatively new topic of research that has been of interest to many organizations due to the proposition that EI assists in the development of individuals. With the proliferation of social media, interpersonal violence and women in the workforce, a determination of a relationship between EI and those variables was warranted. The study was conducted at a small private Christian university. An online survey was administered to 123 sophomores. This study was a cross-sectional quantitative design, that utilized three established instruments to ...
Spirituality: Relationship Between Grit, Equanimity, Spiritual Qualities And First-Generation College Students, 2018 Olivet Nazarene University
Spirituality: Relationship Between Grit, Equanimity, Spiritual Qualities And First-Generation College Students, Janett Cordoves
Scholar Week 2016 - present
This study investigated the relationship between spirituality and first-generation, undergraduate and graduate college students’ grit, equanimity, and spiritual qualities. The researcher, a higher education professional, sought to highlight spirituality, not religion, as an intervention method for first-generation college students’ retention and success at the university. The results indicated a significant relationship between first-generation college students’ level of grit and equanimity as well as a direct relationship between grit and spiritual qualities. These results help inform educators and highlight that first-generation college students are both resilient as well as calm and centered in the midst of adversity and uncertainty. Participants’ narratives ...
Design Case: Implementing Gamification With Arcs To Engage Digital Natives, 2018 Utah State University
Design Case: Implementing Gamification With Arcs To Engage Digital Natives, Travis N. Thurston
Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence
Gamification is an emerging topic for both student engagement and motivation in higher education online courses as digital natives become post-secondary students. This design case considers the design, development, and implementation of a higher education online course using the ARCS model for motivational design combined with the four-phase model of interest development as a framework for gamification implementation. Through “designerly ways of knowing,” this design case explores engaging digital native students with a gamified online course design, which will be of interest to instructional designers and instructors in higher education. Overall, students in the pilot course responded favorably to the ...
From Outside To Online: Unanticipated Directions For Utah Master Naturalist, 2018 Utah State University
From Outside To Online: Unanticipated Directions For Utah Master Naturalist, Mark Larese-Casanova, Jennifer Perkins
Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence
Utah Master Naturalist is an award-winning Utah State University Extension program that promotes stewardship of Utah’s natural world through place-based, experiential field courses across the state. Although successful in eliciting positive short- and long-term impacts, Utah Master Naturalist’s traditional five-day field courses were unavailable to many students and instructors due to constraints of time and location. This case study examines Utah Master Naturalist’s first hybrid course, Desert Explorations, and describes the positive results from our pilot study, how a hybrid course solves availability issues, and how field-based learning theories can be adapted to online education through careful ...
Unlock The Box At Your Library, 2018 Eugene Public Library
Unlock The Box At Your Library, Amanda Puetz
Are you fascinated by the escape room craze sweeping the nation but unsure how to bring it to your library? An escape room is an immersive experience in which a group works through a series of themed clues and puzzles to solve a mystery and “escape” a room within a given amount of time, usually an hour. Libraries can provide a similar experience by having patrons open a series of locks on a hasp closing a single box. Patrons race the clock to open the box. Holding an Unlock the Box program at your library is more achievable than you ...
Pierce Library’S Night Against Procrastination, 2018 Eastern Oregon University
Pierce Library’S Night Against Procrastination, Sarah Ralston
There is a reason we are probably all familiar with the term “all-nighter,” whether we work in academia or elsewhere. The tendency to procrastinate is so common; most of us are likely to have had the experience of writing a paper late into the night before it is due or making a last-ditch attempt to learn concepts the night before a final exam. There are many strategies for dealing with, preventing, or avoiding procrastination, but a group of students and tutors at the European University Viadrina (EUV) in Frankfurt/Oder, Germany, came up with a novel twist on the traditional ...
Volume 23 Issue 4 Introduction, 2018 Seaside Public Library
Volume 23 Issue 4 Introduction, Esther Moberg
Llamas, Adulting 101, Henna Art, Raptors, and Trivia. Most people in Oregon typically would not think of these words in connection with their local library. Yet, all of these are programs that have been served up in our local libraries just in the past year alone. With hundreds of programs covering even more diverse topics than these, perhaps the more typical things people think about when it comes to programs are an author talk, storytime, or book talk in the library. These are still staple library programs, but with this Oregon Library Association Quarterly issue we will be sharing some ...
Building Community At The Library With Coffee And Conversation, 2018 Multnomah County Library
Building Community At The Library With Coffee And Conversation, Amy Honisett, Rachael Short, Kate Schwab
As communities and individuals struggle with houselessness and housing insecurity, library staff must adapt in order to help our patrons fulfill needs. In 2013, Multnomah County Library (MCL) and the Multnomah County Department of County Human Services surveyed library patrons about library use. The survey identified that about 18.6 percent of visitors to Central Library—the county system’s main branch, located in downtown Portland— are people experiencing houselessness. These patrons visit the library more frequently than patrons who are not experiencing houselessness, and they tend to stay at the library longer than the latter group.
Because patrons experiencing ...
What Did We Learn? Youth And Family Programs At Deschutes Public Library, 2018 Deschutes Public Library
What Did We Learn? Youth And Family Programs At Deschutes Public Library, Heather Mcneil
A four-year-old in a sparkly dress and tiara. Patrons loudly hammering on leather strips. Sleepy faces peering up from sleeping bags. Teens geeking out over Sherlock and anime characters. Llamas peeing on the carpet.
Wait. What? Llamas in the library? Surely not. Who would bring llamas in the library?
That would be me. And it’s just one of the many things I’ve learned over the years about youth programs, good, bad, and ugly. Let’s start with the good.
Probably number one on the adorable scale is our annual Royal Tea Party. We invite children to dress in ...
Adulting 101: Know Your Audience, 2018 North Bend Public Library
Adulting 101: Know Your Audience, Teresa Lucas
During the winter of 2017, I began to see a common topic on library programming group threads centering around ideas such as teaching basic life skills to young and new adults that may not have been taught at home or school. Around the same time, Clara Piazzola, the library’s young adult assistant, came to me to share an idea that was buzzing around her library school discussion boards. She told me about a program idea that would teach young people necessary skills to help them survive in the grownup world. Talk about a coincidence! I gave her the go ...
What Can We Learn From Atheists? (Leader's Guide And Participant's Guide), 2018 Dordt College
What Can We Learn From Atheists? (Leader's Guide And Participant's Guide), Lydia Marcus
Study Guides for Faith & Science Integration
A study of Larry Tauton's The Faith of Christopher Hitchens: The Restless Soul of the World's Most Notorious Atheist
April 2018, 2018 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
The CETL Correspondent
No abstract provided.
News From The Graduate School - Education, 2018 Otterbein University
News From The Graduate School - Education, Otterbein University
Newsletter that provides updates from the Graduate School and the Education Graduate Program.
News From The Graduate School - Educational Mathematics, 2018 Otterbein University
News From The Graduate School - Educational Mathematics, Otterbein University
Newsletter that provides updates from the Graduate School and the Educational Mathematics Graduate Program.
Graduate School News Highlights, 2018 Otterbein University
Graduate School News Highlights, Otterbein University
Newsletter that provides updates and highlights from the Graduate School at Otterbein University.
The Howl - Spring 2018, 2018 Otterbein University
The Howl - Spring 2018, Gwendolyn Derosa, Hide Iwata, Ayat Al Jbour, Rongrong Yan, Vivian Chen, Miki Kimura, Kristyna Karbanova, Yujin Kim, Yunan Huang
The Howl is a magazine that is planned, researched, written, photographed and designed by Otterbein University’s ESL and international students. The magazine serves to give them a safe space in which to use their voice to share their cultures, experiences and lives. If you are interested in submitting to the Howl, please e-mail your writing or photography to email@example.com. Enjoy Otterbein ESL’s contribution to the Otterbein community’s literary scene.