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Joy, Beth E. Ackerman Nov 2014

Joy, Beth E. Ackerman

Beth E Ackerman

No abstract provided.


Assessment Essentials: Engaging A New Audience, Michael J. Mastalski Iii, Jo Campbell, Anat Levtov Jun 2014

Assessment Essentials: Engaging A New Audience, Michael J. Mastalski Iii, Jo Campbell, Anat Levtov

Michael J Mastalski III

No abstract provided.


Making Connections: Helping New Employees Find Their Place, Lori B. Snyder, Angela M. Rice, Rory L. Patterson Jun 2014

Making Connections: Helping New Employees Find Their Place, Lori B. Snyder, Angela M. Rice, Rory L. Patterson

Lori B Snyder

No abstract provided.


Considering The Educational Benefits Of A Cubesat Program, Jeremy Straub, Samudra Haque, Christopher K. Dinelli Apr 2014

Considering The Educational Benefits Of A Cubesat Program, Jeremy Straub, Samudra Haque, Christopher K. Dinelli

Jeremy Straub

This presentation will provide an overview of work performed at the University of North Dakota with regards to the characterization of educational benefits from small spacecraft development efforts. We report on efforts to characterize benefits that ensued from participation for personal extracurricular enrichment, as part of a formal class (on project management), as part of multiple senior design projects, for independent study credit and for satisfying class project requirements. This assessment has been performed using a standard questionnaire for student research participation as well as custom questionnaires related to program focus areas. We have also analyzed student course performance, where ...


Web-Based Student Peer Review: A Research Summary, Edward F. Gehringer Mar 2014

Web-Based Student Peer Review: A Research Summary, Edward F. Gehringer

Edward F Gehringer

Interest in Web-based peer-review systems dates back nearly 20 years. Systems were built to let students give feedback to other students, mainly to help them improve their writing. But students are not necessarily effective peer reviewers. Left to their own devices, they will submit cursory reviews, which are not very helpful to their peers. Techniques have been developed to improve the quality of reviews. Calibration is one such technique. Students are asked to assess samples of writing that have previously been assessed by experts. Students must submit an evaluation “close enough” to the experts’ before they are allowed to review ...


Powerpoint Slides For Big Data, Big Libraries, Big Problems?: The 2014 Libtech Anti-Talk?, Nathan A. Rinne Mr. Mar 2014

Powerpoint Slides For Big Data, Big Libraries, Big Problems?: The 2014 Libtech Anti-Talk?, Nathan A. Rinne Mr.

Nathan A Rinne Mr.

The desire to create automatons is a familiar theme in human history, and during the age of the Enlightenment mechanical automatons became not only an “emblem of the cosmos”, but a symbol of man’s confidence that he would unlock nature’s greatest mysteries and fully harness her power. And yet only a century later, automatons had begun to represent human repression and servitude, a theme later picked up by writers of science fiction. Man’s confidence undeterred, the endgame of the modern scientific and technological mindset, or MSTM, seems to be increasingly coming into view with the rise of ...


Record Management And Nnra Library, Nkiru F. Opara Jarlath Mar 2014

Record Management And Nnra Library, Nkiru F. Opara Jarlath

Nkiru Opara

No abstract provided.


Implementation Of Technology: How Does Technology Contribute To Student Attitude Towards Learning?, Ashley M. Brown Jan 2014

Implementation Of Technology: How Does Technology Contribute To Student Attitude Towards Learning?, Ashley M. Brown

Ashley M. Brown

No abstract provided.


Introduction To Library Resources For Wcob Luxembourg, Amy L. Jansen Jan 2014

Introduction To Library Resources For Wcob Luxembourg, Amy L. Jansen

Amy Jansen

No abstract provided.


Using Positive Behavior Intervention Support For Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder In Inclusion, Marquis C. Grant, Sharita W. Crossen Jan 2014

Using Positive Behavior Intervention Support For Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder In Inclusion, Marquis C. Grant, Sharita W. Crossen

Marquis Grant

Children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD)often demonstrate behaviors that can impact their academic performance in the classroom. The use of a behavior support system may decrease the occurrence of problematic behaviors while increasing desired behaviors that will allow students with ASD to be successful in school. Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) is grounded in the theory of behavior support using incentives to motivate desired behaviors while inadvertently modifying challenging behaviors.