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New Faculty Orientation Presentation, Jennifer Jacobs, Barbara Wood, Carey Huddlestun, Heather Hankins, Aajay Murphy Aug 2019

New Faculty Orientation Presentation, Jennifer Jacobs, Barbara Wood, Carey Huddlestun, Heather Hankins, Aajay Murphy

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Presentation created for the 2019 New Faculty Orientation. Features services provided by the Kennesaw State University Library System.


The Thinker | August 2019, Jennifer Jacobs Aug 2019

The Thinker | August 2019, Jennifer Jacobs

Library Newsletters

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Beyond Resettlement: The Role Of Ethiopian Refugee Diaspora In Homeland Peacebuilding, Endale Etsegent Jul 2019

Beyond Resettlement: The Role Of Ethiopian Refugee Diaspora In Homeland Peacebuilding, Endale Etsegent

Doctor of International Conflict Management Dissertations

The number of people forced to flee their homeland across the world is increasing at an alarming rate. As a consequence, refugees have become a growing concern among researchers, practitioners, and policy makers. Although much attention has been afforded to refugee studies, the contributions of conflict-induced migrants towards homeland peacebuilding remain underrepresented within the peacebuilding discourse. This study explores the perceptions and understandings of peace and specific peacebuilding activities from the perspective of conflictinduced forced migrants, namely, former refugees from Ethiopia who have resettled in the United States. The objective of the study is to expand the scholarly discussion on ...


The Support Needed For Spouses Of Traumatic Brain Injury (Tbi) Survivors: An Exploration Into Resources And Reference Materials, Brigitte Espinet Jul 2019

The Support Needed For Spouses Of Traumatic Brain Injury (Tbi) Survivors: An Exploration Into Resources And Reference Materials, Brigitte Espinet

Master of Arts in Professional Writing Capstones

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is, indeed, an equal opportunity perpetrator. Of the millions of Americans who sustain a TBI each year, at least 230,000 people are hospitalized and survive, and more than 80,000 to 90,000 people experience the onset of long-term disability (“Report to Congress”). However, it would appear that the reference materials and resources available to those needing life guidance post-TBI are not at all commensurate with the incidence of its occurrence. More specifically, it seems the population most overlooked within the world of those affected by TBI is the partners of adult TBI victims.


The Thinker | July, Jennifer Jacobs Jul 2019

The Thinker | July, Jennifer Jacobs

Library Newsletters

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Advertisement - Georgia International Conference On Information Literacy, Gla Glq Jul 2019

Advertisement - Georgia International Conference On Information Literacy, Gla Glq

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Advertisement - The University Of Alabama Master Of Library And Information Studies Online, Gla Glq Jul 2019

Advertisement - The University Of Alabama Master Of Library And Information Studies Online, Gla Glq

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Georgia Library Spotlight - Bartow County Public Library System Hiking Club, Meghan Stipe Jul 2019

Georgia Library Spotlight - Bartow County Public Library System Hiking Club, Meghan Stipe

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Georgia Library Spotlight - Oconee County Library, Rebecca Ballard Jul 2019

Georgia Library Spotlight - Oconee County Library, Rebecca Ballard

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Georgia Library Spotlight - Union Grove Middle School Library Media Center, Alice Murphy Jul 2019

Georgia Library Spotlight - Union Grove Middle School Library Media Center, Alice Murphy

Georgia Library Quarterly

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From The President, Jennifer Lautzenheiser Jul 2019

From The President, Jennifer Lautzenheiser

Georgia Library Quarterly

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My Own Private Library: A Peek Inside The Personal Library Of A Librarian, Susan Clay Jul 2019

My Own Private Library: A Peek Inside The Personal Library Of A Librarian, Susan Clay

Georgia Library Quarterly

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The Galileo Openathens Project, Russell Palmer Jul 2019

The Galileo Openathens Project, Russell Palmer

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Georgia Library Association - Gla Officer Candidates For 2020, Carol Stanley Jul 2019

Georgia Library Association - Gla Officer Candidates For 2020, Carol Stanley

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Georgia Library Association - Dr. Gordon N. Baker Retirement, Gla Glq Jul 2019

Georgia Library Association - Dr. Gordon N. Baker Retirement, Gla Glq

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Georgia Library Association - New Members Round Table, Holly Hampton Jul 2019

Georgia Library Association - New Members Round Table, Holly Hampton

Georgia Library Quarterly

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News - Digital Library Of Georgia, Mandy L. Mastrovita Jul 2019

News - Digital Library Of Georgia, Mandy L. Mastrovita

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Book Review - Andrew Jackson Donelson: Jacksonian And Unionist, Michael Camp Jul 2019

Book Review - Andrew Jackson Donelson: Jacksonian And Unionist, Michael Camp

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Book Review - Jim Crow Terminals: The Desegregation Of America’S Airports, Brittani Sterling Jul 2019

Book Review - Jim Crow Terminals: The Desegregation Of America’S Airports, Brittani Sterling

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Book Review - Party Out Of Bounds: The B-52'S, R.E.M., And The Kids Who Rocked Athens, Georgia, Stephen Michaels Jul 2019

Book Review - Party Out Of Bounds: The B-52'S, R.E.M., And The Kids Who Rocked Athens, Georgia, Stephen Michaels

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Georgia Library Association - Atlanta Emerging Librarians, Justin Ellis, Marcie Helms, Michelle Lee, Sarah Rodgers, Beth Smedley Jul 2019

Georgia Library Association - Atlanta Emerging Librarians, Justin Ellis, Marcie Helms, Michelle Lee, Sarah Rodgers, Beth Smedley

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Summer 2019, Gla Glq Jul 2019

Summer 2019, Gla Glq

Georgia Library Quarterly

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The Thinker | June, Jennifer Jacobs Jun 2019

The Thinker | June, Jennifer Jacobs

Library Newsletters

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Next Generation Of Evidence Collecting: The Need For Digital Forensics In Criminal Justice Education, Scott H. Belshaw Jun 2019

Next Generation Of Evidence Collecting: The Need For Digital Forensics In Criminal Justice Education, Scott H. Belshaw

Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

Digital forensics poses significant challenges to law enforcement as the information found in a computer system is often present at most crime scenes in the form of computer data and cell phones. Digital evidence contained on common devices, such as cell phones and laptops, includes information that can be pertinent to the investigation of crimes. Law enforcement is increasingly identifying the need to be able to process their evidence internally warranting the exploration of the need for digital forensics training as part of a broader study of criminal justice for future law enforcement practitioners. This paper uses telephone surveys of ...


Cybersecurity Education: The Need For A Top-Driven, Multidisciplinary, School-Wide Approach, Lucy Tsado Jun 2019

Cybersecurity Education: The Need For A Top-Driven, Multidisciplinary, School-Wide Approach, Lucy Tsado

Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

The human resource skills gap in cybersecurity has created an opportunity for educational institutions interested in cybersecurity education. The current number of schools designated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and National Security Agency (NSA) as Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE) to train cybersecurity experts are not sufficient to meet the shortfall in the industry. The DHS has clearly mapped out knowledge areas for cybersecurity education for both technical and non-technical disciplines; it is therefore possible for institutions not yet designated CAEs to generate cybersecurity experts, with the long-term goal of attaining the CAE designation. The purpose of this ...


“Where Do We Go From Here?” The Influence Of Personality And Social Motivators On Attitudes Toward Structural Violence And Interpersonal Forgiveness, Melvin Laven May 2019

“Where Do We Go From Here?” The Influence Of Personality And Social Motivators On Attitudes Toward Structural Violence And Interpersonal Forgiveness, Melvin Laven

Doctor of International Conflict Management Dissertations

The goal of this research is to develop an interpersonal definition of forgiveness. The question asked by Martin Luther King Jr. in 1967 still remains: where do we go from here? Conflict is ubiquitous and systems for managing direct and structural violence are struggling to address issues like the police brutality experienced by African American populations or women’s lived experience of sexual abuse and harassment. Forgiveness can play a role in many conflicts, what can it do in these cases? From intractable global and political disputes to basic inter and intra-personal conflicts forgiveness and reconciliation projects have meant the ...


The Thinker | May, Jennifer Jacobs May 2019

The Thinker | May, Jennifer Jacobs

Library Newsletters

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Examining The Receptivity Of Foreign Guests: A Study Of Economic Community Of West African States (Ecowas) Students In Higher Educational Institutions In Accra, Ghana, Kezia Darkwah Apr 2019

Examining The Receptivity Of Foreign Guests: A Study Of Economic Community Of West African States (Ecowas) Students In Higher Educational Institutions In Accra, Ghana, Kezia Darkwah

Doctor of International Conflict Management Dissertations

With an increasingly global demand for higher education, countries are competing for international students. Popular destinations like the United States are facing a decreasing number of international student enrollments due to restrictive policies that are perceived as unwelcoming to foreign guests. Regional hubs are emerging as alternative destinations for international students. Ghana, today considered one of West Africa’s most stable democracies and an important destination country in the region, receives many foreign guests including economic migrants, students, tourists, and refugees. Ghana is also emerging as a regional hub for educational migrants. How are these foreign guests received, integrated, and ...


The Thinker | April, Jennifer Jacobs Apr 2019

The Thinker | April, Jennifer Jacobs

Library Newsletters

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Advertisement - Georgia International Conference On Information Literacy, Gla Glq Apr 2019

Advertisement - Georgia International Conference On Information Literacy, Gla Glq

Georgia Library Quarterly

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