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Nemo News, Volume 9, Issue 2, Uno Library Science Education Dec 2012

Nemo News, Volume 9, Issue 2, Uno Library Science Education

NEMO Newsletter

This issue of NEMO News features How Public Libraries are a Boon to Small Business, Important Dates and Reminders, NLA/NEMA Conference Photos, ALA 2013 Scholarship Online Application Available, Student Spotlight on Amy Wenzel, NLC Webinars, and Scholarship and Employment Opportunities.


Library Education And Development Newsletter, Volume 6, Issue 2, Uno Library Science Education Dec 2012

Library Education And Development Newsletter, Volume 6, Issue 2, Uno Library Science Education

Library Education and Development (L.E.A.D.)

This issue of the Library Education and Development Newsletter features Advice from the Frontlines from Crystal Schneekloth, a Student Spotlight of EmiLee Paul, Announcements, Professional Development, a Tri-Conference Collage, and Things to Consider: "A Match Well Made: The standards’ emphasis on information aligns with librarians’ skills," by Paige Jaeger.


Library Education And Development Newsletter, Volume 6, Issue 1, Uno Library Science Education Oct 2012

Library Education And Development Newsletter, Volume 6, Issue 1, Uno Library Science Education

Library Education and Development (L.E.A.D.)

This issue of the Library Education and Development Newsletter features UNO Registration Dates, Advice from the Frontlines from Joy Harvey, a Student Spotlight of Erin Solheim, Announcements, Professional Development, and Things to Consider: "Talking Comics: Starting your Graphic Novel Book Club," by Jack Baur and Jessica Lee.


Nemo News, Volume 9, Issue 1, Uno Library Science Education Oct 2012

Nemo News, Volume 9, Issue 1, Uno Library Science Education

NEMO Newsletter

This issue of NEMO News features ALA 2013 Scholarship Online Application, Important Dates and Reminders, Interview Tips for Introverts, Mizzou Alumni at Lincoln City Libraries, Student Spotlight on Garren Hochstetler, NLC Webinars, Scholarship and Employment Opportunities.


Social Networking, Learning, And Civic Engagement: New Relationships Between Professors And Students, Public Administrators And Citizens, Angela M. Eikenberry Jul 2012

Social Networking, Learning, And Civic Engagement: New Relationships Between Professors And Students, Public Administrators And Citizens, Angela M. Eikenberry

Public Administration Faculty Publications

Social networking is increasingly ubiquitous, and there is growing demand for professors and public administrators to use social networking to engage with students and citizens in new and more collaborative ways. However, using such tools effectively poses challenges for professors and public administrators. The focus of this paper is to explore the implications of using social networking for learning, professor-student relationships, and civic engagement. Using social networking applications in public affairs classrooms may provide an opportunity for professors to connect with students in new ways to enhance student empowerment and learning and enable students to learn how to more effectively ...


Social And Technological Innovation In Teaching Public Affairs: Introduction To The Symposium, Thomas A. Bryer, Angela M. Eikenberry Jul 2012

Social And Technological Innovation In Teaching Public Affairs: Introduction To The Symposium, Thomas A. Bryer, Angela M. Eikenberry

Public Administration Faculty Publications

Technology can be defined as “the social, material, or cloud/cyberspace tools used to manipulate human behavior to achieve a specified objective.” In the classroom, teachers use a variety of technologies to elicit desired student response or output and ultimately to achieve a level of learning appropriate for particular students. For example, decisions to use a chalk/white board versus PowerPoint during a lecture are often made based on the nature of engagement desired with the students. Arranging seats or desks in a classroom in a lecture format, an open circle, or an open square generates different types of engagement ...


Adolescent Dating Violence: How Should Schools Respond?, Jeanne L. Surface, David Stader, Thomas Graca, Jerry Lowe Apr 2012

Adolescent Dating Violence: How Should Schools Respond?, Jeanne L. Surface, David Stader, Thomas Graca, Jerry Lowe

Educational Leadership Faculty Publications

Educational leaders have a substantial degree of control over students and generally have a tremendous influence on the decisions that they make. District administrators are already involved in comprehensive efforts to stem sexual harassment, teen violence and bullying; therefore, they may be well positioned to identify and address the problem of teen dating violence. Unfortunately, school district failure to take action is far too common, despite the statutory duty to ensure the safety of all students during school hours and at school sponsored events. School districts can be held liable for student dating violence under Title IX, under 42 U ...


Library Education And Development Newsletter, Volume 5, Issue 3, Uno Library Science Education Feb 2012

Library Education And Development Newsletter, Volume 5, Issue 3, Uno Library Science Education

Library Education and Development (L.E.A.D.)

This issue of the Library Education and Development Newsletter features Advice from the Frontlines from Melody Kenney, a Student Spotlight of Beth Eilers, UNO Registration Dates, Announcements, Conferences and Professional Development, and UNO Faculty Pets.


State Of The University Address, Uno Office Of The Chancellor Jan 2012

State Of The University Address, Uno Office Of The Chancellor

Chancellor’s Speeches

Omaha – Omaha – What follows are remarks delivered by Chancellor John Christensen during the 2012 Convocation on Sept.19 inside the University of Nebraska at Omaha Strauss Performing Arts Center in front of an audience of students, faculty, staff, alumni and the community.

Good morning and welcome to UNO’s annual State of the University address. Thank you for attending, and special thanks to guests who have joined us today.

With the academic year under way, I’m reminded of what a privilege it is to be part of the UNO family. The start of the fall semester and the anticipation ...


Working Together: A Values Approach For Strengthening University/Community Partnerships, John Christensen, B. J. Reed, Deborah Smith-Howell, Sara Woods Jan 2012

Working Together: A Values Approach For Strengthening University/Community Partnerships, John Christensen, B. J. Reed, Deborah Smith-Howell, Sara Woods

Presentations

Conference: Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU)