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Providing Students With Multimodal Feedback Experiences, Dan Martin Dec 2020

Providing Students With Multimodal Feedback Experiences, Dan Martin

Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership in Education

In higher education, feedback is an effective but underappreciated teaching tool that expands students’ opportunities for learning. Students need more formative feedback that can lead to dialogic experiences, and they need more feedback experiences in different mediums and modes. Providing students with multimodal feedback that is formative may lead to more dialogic experiences for students and improve their learning. Multimodal feedback experiences benefit all students, including those from diverse and disabled communities. This paper examines some of the advantages and limitations of written, audio, and video feedback and argues that feedback that is primarily formative and delivered using multiple modes ...


We’Re All On This Spaceship Earth, Nancy Si Dec 2020

We’Re All On This Spaceship Earth, Nancy Si

HCA Healthcare Journal of Medicine

The photo features the geodesic sphere at Epcot, Disney World in Orlando, FL. Inside the dome, there was an iconic ride called “Spaceship Earth”, which has since been shut down for refurbishment. This photo was taken November 2019, approximately 6 months before it was shut down. Much like how the ride emphasized the progress that human civilization has made in the last several hundred years and hopes to make in years to come, the current pandemic has shown us how far we have come in the medicine and other STEM fields. We hope only to do better and be better ...


Still Learning: Covid Through The Eyes Of A Medical Student, Alexis Strahan Dec 2020

Still Learning: Covid Through The Eyes Of A Medical Student, Alexis Strahan

HCA Healthcare Journal of Medicine

As a first-year medical student when the COVID-19 pandemic found a foothold, I felt an overwhelming amount of emotions that accompanied the pandemic’s spread. Fear, although a reasonable choice, was not the first emotion that I experienced. In fact, it was a general feeling of paralysis. I had not six months prior taken an oath to commit my career and life to the service of the public’s health care needs, yet I could provide little more than the textbook knowledge of biochemistry or genetics from my first semester of learning. My hands felt unarmed and unskilled for the ...


The Scriptures Bear Witness: A Biblical Exegesis Of John 5:30-47, Mitchell E. Schaefer Dec 2020

The Scriptures Bear Witness: A Biblical Exegesis Of John 5:30-47, Mitchell E. Schaefer

Diligence: Journal of the Liberty University Online Religion Capstone in Research and Scholarship

Certainly, Jesus had a high view of Scirpture which includes its inerrancy, infallibility, and its ultimate authority. In fact, Jesus states these words, "You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that bear witness about me" (John 5:39). In this one verse, John uses two imperative Greek words: graphē and marturĕō which will be central to understanding Jesus' perspective of Scripture. In a culture growing more secular by the second, it is important now more than ever, not only to believe in the Scritpures, but defend it from Jesus ...


The Work Of Illumination, Shelbie L. Woods Dec 2020

The Work Of Illumination, Shelbie L. Woods

Diligence: Journal of the Liberty University Online Religion Capstone in Research and Scholarship

The Holy Spirit’s work of illumination is a vital but often forgotten work of the Spirit. Christians have largely come to view the study of Scripture as an intellectual task devoid of the Spirit’s necessary role in illuminating the truths within the Bible. In response to the neglect of the doctrine of illumination, this article provides a New Testament biblical theology of the work through an examination of the salient New Testament passages, specifically John 14:25-26; 16:13-15, 1 Corinthians 2:9-13, and 1 John 2:20; 2:27. It is concluded that illumination refers to the ...


Narrative Justice: Somebody Delivers The Answers That Police Will Not, Neroli Price Dec 2020

Narrative Justice: Somebody Delivers The Answers That Police Will Not, Neroli Price

RadioDoc Review

By investigating Courtney Copeland’s 2016 murder, the podcast series Somebody (2020) does the work that should be done by police. Narrated by Courtney’s mom, Shapearl Wells, the series not only decentres the official police narrative, but also opens up alternative paths towards seeking justice. Situated within the Black Lives Matter movement, calls to defund the police and questions about the usefulness of “objectivity” in journalism, Somebody attempts to put systemic violence on trial and hold those in power to account. Challenging extractive forms of journalism, Somebody moves towards a model of shared authority between producers and their sources ...


Memory Of The Turkic World: Historical Records Of Turkic-Speaking Prisoners-Of-War Of The Vienna Phonogram Archive, Fatima Nurlybayeva Dec 2020

Memory Of The Turkic World: Historical Records Of Turkic-Speaking Prisoners-Of-War Of The Vienna Phonogram Archive, Fatima Nurlybayeva

Eurasian music science journal

The first historical sound recordings of the Turkic-speaking peoples, which are of significant historical, cultural and scientific value, are kept separately in various foreign archives and have not received a complete and comprehensive study. This article provides an overview of archival materials and information about the sound collections of the music of Turkic-speaking prisoners-of war, kept in the Vienna Phonogram Collections of the Archives of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. The materials were prepared by the author during a scientific trip to the Vienna Phonogram Archive in 2019, as part of a scientific project of the International Organization of Turkic ...


Sonatina For Cello And Piano By Zoltan Kodaly In The Light Of Stile Evolution., Galiaskar Bigashev Dec 2020

Sonatina For Cello And Piano By Zoltan Kodaly In The Light Of Stile Evolution., Galiaskar Bigashev

Eurasian music science journal

The creative heritage of Zoltan Kodaly, an outstanding Hungarian composer and folklorist of the twentieth century, attracts attention with its deeply original national character, classical style and mastery of musical forms. However, often in the sphere of interests of musicologists, the analysis of his innovative musical and pedagogical system, symphonic and vocal music, prevails. Considering in this article one of the little-studied rarely performed Kodaly’s works - Sonatina for cello and piano-this paper fill the gap. Sonatina analyzed in a complex way: from the point of view of its formal structure, expressive features, style and musical language as such. The ...


Film Music Of Uzbekistan In The Context Of The Problem Of The Synthesis Of Arts, Shoyista Ganikhanova Dec 2020

Film Music Of Uzbekistan In The Context Of The Problem Of The Synthesis Of Arts, Shoyista Ganikhanova

Eurasian music science journal

The visual interpretation of the film image by means of musical art has developed into a special area of composer's creativity. Having applied significance, film music has developed certain tendencies and genre-style parameters, a complex system of functioning of its illustrative properties has developed. Accordingly, the spectrum of interaction between music and images is very wide and diverse. The technical features of the creation of a film work influenced the formation of new forms of interconnection of expressive means. Experience in applied genres has led to the formation in the Uzbek school of composition, a peculiar national style and ...


Oral History Collection: A Finding Aid, Office Of Medical History And Archives, Lamar Soutter Library, University Of Massachusetts Medical School, Kristine M. Sjostedt Dec 2020

Oral History Collection: A Finding Aid, Office Of Medical History And Archives, Lamar Soutter Library, University Of Massachusetts Medical School, Kristine M. Sjostedt

Finding Aids

The Oral History Collection comprises transcripts of interviews conducted from 2006 to 2015 by Ellen S. More, Ph.D., founding director of Lamar Soutter Library’s Office of Medical History and Archives (OMHA) at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS). The interviews were conducted as part of Dr. More’s research into the history of UMMS, which is chronicled in her book, Beating the Odds: The University of Massachusetts Medical School, A History, 1962–2012 (2017). Interviewees include former and current members of the administration, faculty, staff, students, politicians, and community members.


Model Minorities: Asian Americans And The White-Black Racial Paradigm, Jason Tom Dec 2020

Model Minorities: Asian Americans And The White-Black Racial Paradigm, Jason Tom

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

This paper examines the racial wedge driven by Whites between Blacks and Asian Americans during the Cold War on to the present. Model minorities is a term coined by whites in the 1960s to suppress Civil Rights protests and Black demands. By elevating a minority group through success stories, whites constructed a means to suppress Black people’s organizing for change against systemic racism and oppression.


Forming A Collective Brand: Women’S Community Small Medium Enterprises And Intellectual Property Rights, Tuti Widiastuti, Nurul Asiah, Wahyudi David Dec 2020

Forming A Collective Brand: Women’S Community Small Medium Enterprises And Intellectual Property Rights, Tuti Widiastuti, Nurul Asiah, Wahyudi David

ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement

Women, as part of a community, have a limited role in developing themselves and getting various opportunities in the professional domain. Some women move to a community to conduct productive activities, such as the Kota Pelangi Community in the Pancoran subdistrict of South Jakarta. They consist of homemakers who are still productive and have started various small, processed food businesses. However, their efforts are constrained by the quality of processed food products and they have not been able to compete with the market. Branding or updating a brand can be a long process, but it requires considerable input and creativity ...


2020-12-31 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President. Dec 2020

2020-12-31 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President.

Staff Congress Records

A letter from the Office of the President sent to students on December 31, 2020 regarding the spring semester and return to campus.


¿Escuchas El Susurro? Tras Las Huellas De La Llorona Blanca En J-Ok'el., María Teresa Grazón Martínez Dec 2020

¿Escuchas El Susurro? Tras Las Huellas De La Llorona Blanca En J-Ok'el., María Teresa Grazón Martínez

Journal of Hispanic and Lusophone Whiteness Studies (HLWS)

El presente artículo analiza la película J-Ok´el (2007) bajo la lente de la blanquitud. Dicha coproducción mexicanoestadounidense recrea la historia de la Llorona dándole un giro respecto a su figura, ya no se caracteriza como una mujer indígena o mestiza, sino blanca. De esta manera se abona al análisis de la blanquitud a través de la reflexión sobre las condiciones históricas, sociales y ficcionales, geopolíticamente situadas en el sureste mexicano –Chiapas, en específico, San Cristóbal de Las Casas– que permiten la aparición de un fantasma que no reta el orden colonial establecido y sus relatos hegemónicos, sino que, al ...


Unspoken Whiteness: #Whitexicans And Religious Conservativism In Mexico., Ricardo J. Alvarez-Pimentel Dec 2020

Unspoken Whiteness: #Whitexicans And Religious Conservativism In Mexico., Ricardo J. Alvarez-Pimentel

Journal of Hispanic and Lusophone Whiteness Studies (HLWS)

This article explores intersections between religious conservatism, pro-Americanism, and whiteness in Mexican society. Specifically, it examines past and present attempts by white elites and religious conservatives to surveille indigenous women’s bodies and sexuality, to “Americanize” Mexico, and to glorify the nation’s European legacies at the expense of erasing—and even justifying— anti-indigenous violence. This paper analyzes conservative activism as carried out by early-twentiethcentury Catholic activists and contemporary social media users grappling with the present-day “whitexican” phenomenon. It analyzes Mexicans’ unspoken appeals to whiteness as they permeate prevalent discourses of feminine propriety and religious restoration, North American cultural proximity ...


De Opresivo A Benigno: Historia Comparada De La Construcción De La Blancura En Brasil En La Época De La Post-Abolición., Darién Davis Dec 2020

De Opresivo A Benigno: Historia Comparada De La Construcción De La Blancura En Brasil En La Época De La Post-Abolición., Darién Davis

Journal of Hispanic and Lusophone Whiteness Studies (HLWS)

Este ensayo analiza cómo intelectuales patrióticos brasileños transformaron la blancura opresiva del proyecto colonial portugués a una “blancura benigna.” Después de proporcionar una breve historia del desarrollo de la blancura y mestizaje en América Latina, destaco el patriotismo y el racismo en pensadores como el cubano José Martí, el uruguayo Enrique Rodó y el brasileño Euclides da Cunha. Tras la Primera Guerra Mundial, las élites culturales de Brasil, junto con el estado burgués, promovieron e institucionalizaron la hibridación cultural como único rasgo que une brasileños en una manera superior a los Estados Unidos. Dicho tropo patriótico de la hibridación enmascaró ...


Neither 'Your' Hispanic Nor 'Your' White: Transitioning Between Whitenesses From Spain To The United States., Jm. Persánch Dec 2020

Neither 'Your' Hispanic Nor 'Your' White: Transitioning Between Whitenesses From Spain To The United States., Jm. Persánch

Journal of Hispanic and Lusophone Whiteness Studies (HLWS)

This essay succinctly combines the historical trajectories of whiteness in Europe and the United States regarding Spanishness underscoring the situationality of whiteness at large as an ideological means that goes beyond the mere physiology of white bodies. Firstly, the essay probes into the trajectory of Spain’s racial rhetoric in relation to whiteness, and its European counterparts’ historical processes of racialization of Spanishness. It is, then, followed by an exploration of racism against, and racialization of, Hispanic whiteness in the United States. Lastly, this essay offers reflections on the current emergence of Hispanic Whiteness in the United States. Theorizing the ...


(Preámbulo) De Whiteness A Blanquitud Y Branquitude - (Preface) From Whiteness To Blanquitud And Branquitude., Jm. Persánch Dec 2020

(Preámbulo) De Whiteness A Blanquitud Y Branquitude - (Preface) From Whiteness To Blanquitud And Branquitude., Jm. Persánch

Journal of Hispanic and Lusophone Whiteness Studies (HLWS)

Este preámbulo hace un recorrido de la trayectoria desde el estudio de whiteness a los de la blanquitud y la branquitude y presenta el volumen I, HLWS, 2020.

This preface traces the trajectory from the study of whiteness to those of blanquitud and branquitude and introduces Volume I, HLWS, 2020.


Flower Crowns (Third Prize, Peter Sears Prize In Poetry), Katherine Sutton Dec 2020

Flower Crowns (Third Prize, Peter Sears Prize In Poetry), Katherine Sutton

PURE Insights

No abstract provided.


A Spell For Revenge (Second Prize, Peter Sears Prize In Poetry), Cheyan Swan Dec 2020

A Spell For Revenge (Second Prize, Peter Sears Prize In Poetry), Cheyan Swan

PURE Insights

No abstract provided.


To Bear Arms (First Prize, Peter Sears Prize In Poetry), Cylinda Neidenbach Dec 2020

To Bear Arms (First Prize, Peter Sears Prize In Poetry), Cylinda Neidenbach

PURE Insights

Winner of Peter Sears Poetry Prize


Running Scared In The Valley Below: El Salvador's Role In The Creation Of Central American Neoliberalism, Quentin Kanta Dec 2020

Running Scared In The Valley Below: El Salvador's Role In The Creation Of Central American Neoliberalism, Quentin Kanta

PURE Insights

When U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar (D-Minnesota) questioned Elliott Abrams about his involvement in the 1981 El Mozote Massacre — in which the Salvadoran Army brutally killed more than 800 civilians execution-style, many of them women and children — in front of the House Subcommittee on Foreign Affairs in February 2019, she awakened a monster that had been sleeping away from the public’s eye for nearly 40 years. The El Mozote Massacre, in which nearly one thousand Salvadorans were callously murdered —women and children included — helped to inaugurate the unprecedented and sadistic counterrevolutionary violence supported materially and ideologically by the Reagan ...


An Awakening Of The Hawaiian Way Of Life: Framing Kapu Aloha And The Mauna Kea Controversy, Kyleigh Manuel-Sagon Dec 2020

An Awakening Of The Hawaiian Way Of Life: Framing Kapu Aloha And The Mauna Kea Controversy, Kyleigh Manuel-Sagon

PURE Insights

This essay undertakes a framing and melodramatic analysis of the media coverage of Mauna Kea and the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT). The kiaʻi, known as protestors in the media, have prevailed through the attempts to resume the construction of this large telescope. More specifically, framing of the news media contextualizes the TMT controversy. The framing features selectivity and partiality in the news articles, mainly excluding the Native Hawaiian voice. Then, the melodramatic rhetoric elucidates a frame unique to the Hawaiian people also known as their philosophy of kapu aloha demonstrated in their social media accounts. Melodrama functions as the oppositional ...


Embracing Identity And Culture: Hawaiian Rhetoric In Kumu Hina’S “He Inoa Mana (A Powerful Name)”, Kyleigh Manuel-Sagon Dec 2020

Embracing Identity And Culture: Hawaiian Rhetoric In Kumu Hina’S “He Inoa Mana (A Powerful Name)”, Kyleigh Manuel-Sagon

PURE Insights

The 1960’s marked the Hawaiian Renaissance as kanaka maoli (native Hawaiian people) experienced a growing interest in Hawaiian language, music, traditional navigation, and hula. Today, kanaka continue to resist colonial oppression and work together to establish their identity as a people through staying connected to their traditions. There are many community leaders that kanaka maoli look up to, one of them being Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu. She is affectionately known as Kumu Hina who is an educator and community activist. The first section recalls her life story including her life growing up and achievements. Then, the essay delves into a TEDtalk ...


Pure Insights Volume 9 Cover Image, Olivia Martin Dec 2020

Pure Insights Volume 9 Cover Image, Olivia Martin

PURE Insights

This cover was designed to reflect the idea of how many college students begin to feel like their campus is an extension of themselves. The cover features a photo manipulation between two images, one of an individual student and one of a type of flora that can be found in a multitude of places across campus. When both of these images are combined the subjects lose their individuality and now form into one singular entity, flowing together seamlessly so that a viewer can no longer find the beginning of one or the end of the other. The use of a ...


Centering The Arts In Stem, Fay Cobb Payton Dec 2020

Centering The Arts In Stem, Fay Cobb Payton

The STEAM Journal

A reflection on a STEAM initiative: NC State University Alumni and their children attended free STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) family workshops at D.H. Hill Library. This program was a collaboration between Dr. Fay Cobb Payton, professor of Information Systems/Technology and University Faculty Scholar at NC State, the NCSU Libraries, and Arts NC State


Specimen X1-2020 Behind The Cover, Clayton Ehman Dec 2020

Specimen X1-2020 Behind The Cover, Clayton Ehman

The STEAM Journal

No abstract provided.


Specimen X1-2020, Clayton Ehman Dec 2020

Specimen X1-2020, Clayton Ehman

The STEAM Journal

This is the artwork that is featured in the cover.


Stretch, Weight, Relaxed, Proud, Twisted, Jesse W. Standlea Dec 2020

Stretch, Weight, Relaxed, Proud, Twisted, Jesse W. Standlea

The STEAM Journal

I created “Stretch, Weight, Relaxed, Proud, Twisted for the show “Perceive Me”. For this show, 48 artists collaborated to create representations with and of the artist Kristine Schomaker. In her artwork, Kristine confronts and deals with body image as related to her struggles with an eating disorder she suffers from.


Evolution Of Island, Dominique Kongsli Dec 2020

Evolution Of Island, Dominique Kongsli

The STEAM Journal

Evolution of Island emerged from the depths of an ocean of blue paint. My process involves observation of nature: I remember scuba diving in Thailand in the Andaman Sea and having a spiritual experience underwater while observing Christmas-tree worms pop in and out of the coral.