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Electronic Theses And Dissertations: A Status Report For 2001, Paul A. Soderdahl Jun 2001

Electronic Theses And Dissertations: A Status Report For 2001, Paul A. Soderdahl

University of Iowa Libraries Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


Internet-Based Content Management In Academic Libraries, Yuhfen Diana H. Wu May 2001

Internet-Based Content Management In Academic Libraries, Yuhfen Diana H. Wu

Faculty and Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


The Emerging Problem Of Preppie Gangs In America, Gordon A. Crews Apr 2001

The Emerging Problem Of Preppie Gangs In America, Gordon A. Crews

Criminal Justice Faculty Research

The purpose of this presentation is to examine the growing problem of "Preppie Gangs" in America. Involved youngsters generally come from the affluent upper class and participate in activities similar to traditional gang members. However, they tend to operate in a much safer environment than traditional street gangs and are predominantly "rich white kids". This paper will examine how these groups are currently manifesting themselves as Delinquent Gangs (Mimicking Other Street Gangs), Ideological Gangs (Specific Ideology or Belief System), or Occultic Gangs (Alternative Belief System Connections). Finally the unique issues of activities, causes, and solutions will be discussed .


Faculty And Librarians: Developing Successful Relationships, Kevin Mcdonough Jan 2001

Faculty And Librarians: Developing Successful Relationships, Kevin Mcdonough

Presentation

No abstract provided.


Acceptable Use Or Censorship? A Study Of Research Universities' It Policies, Barbara I. Dewey Jan 2001

Acceptable Use Or Censorship? A Study Of Research Universities' It Policies, Barbara I. Dewey

Barbara I. Dewey

No abstract provided.


Bubble Story, Sergio Da Silva Dec 2000

Bubble Story, Sergio Da Silva

Sergio Da Silva

No abstract provided.


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.


Information Architecture, R Philip Reynolds Jan 1999

Information Architecture, R Philip Reynolds

Library Faculty and Staff Presentations

Presentation introducing the roles and concepts behind information architecture in the development and management of web sites.


The Florida Distance Learning Reference And Referral Center: A Study Of User Satisfaction And Some Provider Reflections, Rhonda Smith, Anna H. Perrault, Todd Chavez, Stephanie Race Oct 1998

The Florida Distance Learning Reference And Referral Center: A Study Of User Satisfaction And Some Provider Reflections, Rhonda Smith, Anna H. Perrault, Todd Chavez, Stephanie Race

Stephanie F Race

No abstract provided.


The Information Seeking Behavior Of Ph.D. Physics Students, Kevin Mcdonough Jan 1998

The Information Seeking Behavior Of Ph.D. Physics Students, Kevin Mcdonough

Presentation

No abstract provided.


A Economia Política Da Ação Antituste, Lucia H. Salgado Jan 1997

A Economia Política Da Ação Antituste, Lucia H. Salgado

Lucia Helena Salgado

No abstract provided.


Forest Gardens Of The Maya, David A. Bainbridge Jan 1988

Forest Gardens Of The Maya, David A. Bainbridge

David A Bainbridge

The lowland Maya supported very high populations in an area with limited water and soil. Much can be learned from studying their sophisticated management practices. Forest gardens and agroforestry helped provide key nutrients, materials, and inputs for improved soil.