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The Maritime Education And Training Sector: Beyond Traditional Quality Management, Htet Khaing Kyi Lin Nov 2018

The Maritime Education And Training Sector: Beyond Traditional Quality Management, Htet Khaing Kyi Lin

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Tech And Anxiety: How Can Technology Be Used As A Tool In Teaching Quantitative Biology And Impact Teaching Anxieties?, Miranda Chen Oct 2018

Tech And Anxiety: How Can Technology Be Used As A Tool In Teaching Quantitative Biology And Impact Teaching Anxieties?, Miranda Chen

Annual Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research

No abstract provided.


Idnqqpoker.Com, Gina Falecia Pamela Huang May 2018

Idnqqpoker.Com, Gina Falecia Pamela Huang

Gina Pamela

Situs Poker Online Cimb Niaga Proses Deposit Online 24 Jam — Ketersediaan Internet di Indonesia sudah hampir merata di seluruh pelosok Indonesia. Dengan pemerataan tersebut pastinya pengguna Handphone berbasis Android maupun iOS sudah sangat banyak. Internet juga sudah dapat dikatakan sebagai salah satu kebutuhan yang sangat kita butuhkan. Karena hanya dengan Handphone anda dapat mengakses sesuatu yang positif maupun yang negatif. Kali ini kami akan memperkenalkan Situs pokerpamela Agen Judi Poker Online Bank CIMB Niaga Online 24 Jam. Bank CIMB NIAGA juga merupakan Bank Swasta yang menyediakan Sarana untuk bertransaksi via Handphone. Oleh Karena itu kami menyediakan CIMB NIAGA untuk bertransaksi ...


Embodied Compassion In Teaching--Subversive Dismantling Of Inequity, Melanie Brown Mar 2018

Embodied Compassion In Teaching--Subversive Dismantling Of Inequity, Melanie Brown

Lesley University Community of Scholars Day

Community of Scholars Day at Lesley University


The Effects Of Transition Programs On The Return To The Community From Residential Juvenile Justice Placement, Lacey C. Ray Mar 2018

The Effects Of Transition Programs On The Return To The Community From Residential Juvenile Justice Placement, Lacey C. Ray

National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah

This presentation is literature review of 25 studies evaluating the transitional process from correctional placement into the community by youth ages 10-22. The review emphasizes the connections between engagement, service dosage, academic and vocational training and recidivism, and barriers to reentry with a focus on implications for practitioners.


Imls Sparks Ignite Il Framework Cooperative Project Pre-Test Qualtrics File (Mcdaniel College), Jessame Ferguson Jan 2018

Imls Sparks Ignite Il Framework Cooperative Project Pre-Test Qualtrics File (Mcdaniel College), Jessame Ferguson

IMLS SPARKS Ignite IL Framework Cooperative Project for At-Risk Student Success in Smaller Colleges

This is the Qualtrics file containing the information literacy skills Pre-Test that was used by McDaniel College.


Imls Sparks Ignite Il Framework Cooperative Project Post-Test Qualtrics File (Mcdaniel College), Jessame Ferguson Jan 2018

Imls Sparks Ignite Il Framework Cooperative Project Post-Test Qualtrics File (Mcdaniel College), Jessame Ferguson

IMLS SPARKS Ignite IL Framework Cooperative Project for At-Risk Student Success in Smaller Colleges

This is the Qualtrics file containing the information literacy skills post-test that was used at McDaniel College.


Suspicion, Suspicion: Police Perceptions Of Juveniles As The “Symbolic Assailant”, Andrea R. Coleman Jan 2018

Suspicion, Suspicion: Police Perceptions Of Juveniles As The “Symbolic Assailant”, Andrea R. Coleman

School of Criminal Justice Theses and Dissertations

Jerome Skolnick’s (2011) "symbolic assailant" is a result of police attributing particular demeanor, gestures, language, and a style of dress to people they believed were most likely to commit violent crimes. The challenge became when police applied these characteristics to specific groups such as juveniles. Literature published before and after Skolnick (2011) indicated police were more likely to stop, arrest, interrogate, or surveille juveniles based on their demeanor, gestures, style of dress, lack of respect, deference to authority, the severity, and remorse for their offenses in addition to race. However, current research indicated race, gender, and Socioeconomic Status (SES ...


From School To Prison: Assessing The Impact Of Non-Systemic Contributors To The School-To-Prison Pipeline, Jonathan W. Glenn Jan 2018

From School To Prison: Assessing The Impact Of Non-Systemic Contributors To The School-To-Prison Pipeline, Jonathan W. Glenn

School of Criminal Justice Theses and Dissertations

The school-to-prison pipeline is an expansive issue that impacts the educational and criminal justice systems in the United States. Traditionally, the research has linked the prevalence of the pipeline to factors based within school systems. These systemic factors include the use of zero tolerance policies, exclusionary disciplinary practices, and the presence of school resource officers. The proposed study aims to assess the impact of factors that perpetuate the school-to-prison pipeline that are non-systemic in nature.

For the purposes of this study, the non-systemic contributors to the school-to-prison pipeline to be assessed are parental socialization, child self-control, learned noncompliance, child resilience ...


Tracing Treasure Troves And Traditions, C. L. Weida, C. Bradbury Jan 2018

Tracing Treasure Troves And Traditions, C. L. Weida, C. Bradbury

Education Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Development Of Well-Being In Children Raised By Grandparents, Shamah Md-Yunus Oct 2017

Development Of Well-Being In Children Raised By Grandparents, Shamah Md-Yunus

Faculty Research and Creative Activity

This article discusses the development of well-being in children raised by grandparents in the U.S. First, it briefly describes the grandparents’ variables. Second, it explains the development of children’s well-being from the aspects of psychological, emotional, behavior, academic performance, and physical health. The paper concludes with some suggestions to the grandparents on how to help grandchildren achieve better development in their well-being.


Technology, Information Literacy And Social Work Education, Laura Trull, David Vess Aug 2017

Technology, Information Literacy And Social Work Education, Laura Trull, David Vess

Libraries

This poster will demonstrate a unique series of interactive lessons, designed and implemented collaboratively by Social Work and Library faculty to support student information literacy skill development. This series of six lessons was implemented with junior-level social work students and focused on topics such as determining quality of sources, constructing citations, identifying research methodology, utilizing technology, research ethics and search techniques. Lesson outlines will be made available to participants and future research and evaluation plans will be discussed.


Get Visible Or Vanish : Using New Media To Raise Your Research Profile, Peta J. Hopkins, Wendy Abbott, Daniel Brennan, Katrina A. Bramstedt, Tracy Whitelaw, Jeffrey Brand, Michael J. Rees Jul 2017

Get Visible Or Vanish : Using New Media To Raise Your Research Profile, Peta J. Hopkins, Wendy Abbott, Daniel Brennan, Katrina A. Bramstedt, Tracy Whitelaw, Jeffrey Brand, Michael J. Rees

Wendy Abbott

This is a video recording of a panel session hosted by Bond University Library during Bond Research Week 2013 on the topic of using new media (social media) for raising research profiles. The panel session was organised by Peta Hopkins and Wendy Abbott of Bond University Library. The speakers in the session are: Daniel Brennan, Katrina Bramstedt, Tracy Whitelaw, Jeffrey Brand, Michael Rees and Peta Hopkins. All the speakers are from Bond University. The session took place on the 6 of September 2013, Bond University.


Research As Inquiry, Social Justice, And The Particularist Challenges Of Religious Traditions In An Age Of Terror And Hate, Desirae Zingarelli-Sweet Jun 2017

Research As Inquiry, Social Justice, And The Particularist Challenges Of Religious Traditions In An Age Of Terror And Hate, Desirae Zingarelli-Sweet

LMU Librarian Publications & Presentations

No abstract provided.


Cultivating Textbook Alternatives From The Ground Up: One Public University’S Sustainable Model For Open And Alternative Educational Resource Proliferation, Jonathan Lashley, Rebel Cummings-Sauls, Andrew B. Bennett, Brian L. Lindshield May 2017

Cultivating Textbook Alternatives From The Ground Up: One Public University’S Sustainable Model For Open And Alternative Educational Resource Proliferation, Jonathan Lashley, Rebel Cummings-Sauls, Andrew B. Bennett, Brian L. Lindshield

Rebel Cummings-Sauls

This note from the field reviews the sustainability of an institution-wide program for adopting and adapting open and alternative educational resources (OAER) at Kansas State University (K-State). Developed in consult of open textbook initiatives at other institutions and modified around the needs and expectations of K-State students and faculty, this initiative proposes a sustainable means of incentivizing faculty participation via institutional support, encouraging the creation and maintenance of OAER through recurring funding, promoting innovative realizations of “educational resources” beyond traditional textbooks, and rallying faculty participation in adopting increasingly open textbook alternatives. The history and resulting structure of the initiative raise ...


Oer Production Workflows For Open Textbooks, Rebel Cummings-Sauls, Allison P. Brown, Billy Meinke, Anthony Palmiotto May 2017

Oer Production Workflows For Open Textbooks, Rebel Cummings-Sauls, Allison P. Brown, Billy Meinke, Anthony Palmiotto

Rebel Cummings-Sauls

Guest Speakers Allison Brown, SUNY Geneseo; Rebel Cummings-Sauls, Kansas State University; Billy Meinke, University of Hawaii; and Anthony Palmiotto, OpenStax discussed production workflows for open textbooks within their organizations. 

Is there a typical process and timeline for producing an open textbook? Where are the pain points? How could the process be made more efficient? How are staff and faculty working on these projects managing the tasks and timelines involved? How is progress tracked and momentum sustained?


Interview With Dr. Brian Coutts (Fa 769), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives, Brian E. Coutts, Lisa K. Miller Feb 2017

Interview With Dr. Brian Coutts (Fa 769), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives, Brian E. Coutts, Lisa K. Miller

Brian Coutts

Oral interview with Dr. Brian E. Coutts conducted by Lisa K. Miller on 21 December 2014. This interview was part of the Evelyn Thurman Oral History Project. The audio interview can be accessed by clicking the "Download" button. This download may take several minutes. A photograph of the interviewee can be accessed by clicking on "Additional Files."


Open Educational Resource Presentation, Johannah Lowder Jan 2017

Open Educational Resource Presentation, Johannah Lowder

Faculty Publications and Presentations

This presentation by the Jerry Falwell Library and Center for Curriculum Development offers information on the benefits of using Open Educational Resources (OER) in a course and resources for finding OER.


Making The Most Of Libguides, Terri Holtze Sep 2016

Making The Most Of Libguides, Terri Holtze

Terri Holtze

Take a tour of the nitty gritty, behind-the scenes details of customizing LibGuides. Learn from our University Libraries move from a campus-supported content management system to LibGuides CMS. This session will include information about planning strategies, information architecture, as well as some of the coding techniques that allowed us to tailor the out-of-the-box product to our brand.


How Movie References Can Make Teaching Theories More Accessible, Lukas K. Danner Apr 2016

How Movie References Can Make Teaching Theories More Accessible, Lukas K. Danner

Dr. Lukas K. Danner

No abstract provided.


Libguides: The Perfect Tool To Engage Students With Open Access Resources In The Classroom, Barbara M. Pope Apr 2016

Libguides: The Perfect Tool To Engage Students With Open Access Resources In The Classroom, Barbara M. Pope

Nebraska Library Association Conferences

This poster presentation discussed how to use LibGuides to improve student learning in the classroom when the curriculum might not otherwise draw upon library resources. LibGuides can be created with links to specific open access resources, articles, and other items (as well as subscription resources) to support course assignments. Course LibGuides bring visibility to library resources that get overlooked and are easy to implement for distance learning or to complement other instructional materials.


Ambient Knowledge: Human Capital Development Strategies For Us Economic Competitiveness, Antje Mays Feb 2016

Ambient Knowledge: Human Capital Development Strategies For Us Economic Competitiveness, Antje Mays

Antje Mays

Ongoing media coverage has made much of skill mismatches and their impacts on US employment conditions and global economic recovery. Recent research across business and education has uncovered skill shortages spanning technical and industry-specific competencies, higher-order cognitive skills such as analysis, critical thinking, and synthesis, as well as behavioral skills and values such as work ethic, integrity, and good citizenship. These US findings are echoed by executive opinion surveys and policy research by international researchers including as OECD, the World Economic Forum, and the World Bank. As human capital theory points out, the social fabric and economic soundness of nations ...


Quality Counts 2016, Sarah C. Mckenzie, Gary W. Ritter Jan 2016

Quality Counts 2016, Sarah C. Mckenzie, Gary W. Ritter

Policy Briefs

Last week, Education Week released their 20th annual Quality Counts report. This year’s report discusses school accountability and examines state and federal accountability policies. It also grades the nation and each state on academic performance and outcomes. Overall, Arkansas received a C– and was ranked 41st among the 50 states. This policy brief examines Arkansas’ rank in each category of the report as well as the quality of the report itself.


How Much Diversity Can The Us Constitution Stand?, Tanya Washington Dec 2015

How Much Diversity Can The Us Constitution Stand?, Tanya Washington

Tanya Monique Washington

No abstract provided.


Maximising Children's Learning Potential, Sam Frankel Feb 2015

Maximising Children's Learning Potential, Sam Frankel

Sam Frankel

A version of presentation delivered to conference for teachers from schools boards across South Western Ontario


Course Shell For Introduction To Oer Class, Steven Ovadia Jan 2015

Course Shell For Introduction To Oer Class, Steven Ovadia

Open Educational Resources

This is the course shell for the fully online OER class used to train CUNY faculty in OER implementation. It includes five modules plus a final project. The modules are:

  • Class introduction
  • An Introduction to Open Education Resources
  • Finding and Evaluating Open Education Resources
  • Using Open Education Resources in Your Class
  • Creating and Hosting Your Own Open Education Resources

Discussion prompts are included as a separate document.


Get Visible Or Vanish : Using New Media To Raise Your Research Profile, Peta J. Hopkins, Wendy Abbott, Daniel Brennan, Katrina A. Bramstedt, Tracy Whitelaw, Jeffrey Brand, Michael J. Rees Jun 2014

Get Visible Or Vanish : Using New Media To Raise Your Research Profile, Peta J. Hopkins, Wendy Abbott, Daniel Brennan, Katrina A. Bramstedt, Tracy Whitelaw, Jeffrey Brand, Michael J. Rees

Katrina A. Bramstedt

This is a video recording of a panel session hosted by Bond University Library during Bond Research Week 2013 on the topic of using new media (social media) for raising research profiles. The panel session was organised by Peta Hopkins and Wendy Abbott of Bond University Library. The speakers in the session are: Daniel Brennan, Katrina Bramstedt, Tracy Whitelaw, Jeffrey Brand, Michael Rees and Peta Hopkins. All the speakers are from Bond University. The session took place on the 6 of September 2013, Bond University.


Career Readiness: Arkansas And Beyond, Sarah C. Mckenzie, Gary W. Ritter May 2014

Career Readiness: Arkansas And Beyond, Sarah C. Mckenzie, Gary W. Ritter

Policy Briefs

This policy brief explores how career and technical education is being approached in Arkansas and elsewhere. New career and college readiness initiatives have been undertaken in a variety of settings, including the academy model that is highlighted in this brief. Additionally, the brief will explore career readiness from an international and national perspective and discuss the rationale for why career readiness matters for a considerable number of students in the public schools and workforce development programs across Arkansas.


Get Visible Or Vanish : Using New Media To Raise Your Research Profile, Peta J. Hopkins, Wendy Abbott, Daniel Brennan, Katrina A. Bramstedt, Tracy Whitelaw, Jeffrey Brand, Michael J. Rees Mar 2014

Get Visible Or Vanish : Using New Media To Raise Your Research Profile, Peta J. Hopkins, Wendy Abbott, Daniel Brennan, Katrina A. Bramstedt, Tracy Whitelaw, Jeffrey Brand, Michael J. Rees

Jeffrey Brand

This is a video recording of a panel session hosted by Bond University Library during Bond Research Week 2013 on the topic of using new media (social media) for raising research profiles. The panel session was organised by Peta Hopkins and Wendy Abbott of Bond University Library. The speakers in the session are: Daniel Brennan, Katrina Bramstedt, Tracy Whitelaw, Jeffrey Brand, Michael Rees and Peta Hopkins. All the speakers are from Bond University. The session took place on the 6 of September 2013, Bond University.


Starting From Scratch: Meaningful Integration Of Information Literacy Through Collaborative Course And Assignment Design, Chris Sweet, Meghan Burke Jan 2014

Starting From Scratch: Meaningful Integration Of Information Literacy Through Collaborative Course And Assignment Design, Chris Sweet, Meghan Burke

Scholarly Publications

Instruction librarians are all too familiar with well-intentioned research papers and assignments that reduce information literacy to a simplistic checklist (must include 4 peer-reviewed sources) or set of skills (use interlibrary loan, cite materials properly). Librarians and classroom faculty should recognize that information literacy cannot just be magically imparted to students through a single assignment or library instruction session. Becoming information literate requires repeated practice in a variety of contexts. How often have you wished for the opportunity to just sit down with a faculty member and start from scratch when designing an assignment –or even better- an entire course ...