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Cataloging: What Does The Future Hold?, Ann Ellis Dec 2000

Cataloging: What Does The Future Hold?, Ann Ellis

Library Faculty and Staff Presentations

With the development of increasing amounts of digital information and
and widespread access to electronic resources, this presentation describes
changes in the way the library may provide cataloging services in the near future.


Juvenile Gangs In Schools: Characteristics, Causes, And Possible Solutions, Gordon A. Crews Aug 2000

Juvenile Gangs In Schools: Characteristics, Causes, And Possible Solutions, Gordon A. Crews

Criminal Justice Faculty Research

The purpose of this seminar is to acquaint participants with the ever-changing characteristics, often conflicting issues of causation, and various proposed solutions to the myriad of problems associated with gangs in schools. Special attention is given to the evolving nature of gangs in K-12 educational institutions (e.g., new types of juvenile groups developing and their associated behavior). Traditional subjects such as gang recruitment, initiation, and criminal activity are examined by discussing the many ways they manifest themselves in the school setting. Finally, a conceptual framework is presented by which a school can identify, understand, and begin to address a ...


Tooling Up For Internet Searching, R Philip Reynolds Jan 2000

Tooling Up For Internet Searching, R Philip Reynolds

Library Faculty and Staff Presentations

Workshop given to faculty students and staff.