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Multicultural Perspective In Public Library Services, Sutan Aulia Akbar, Taufik Asmiyanto 2021 Universitas Indonesia

Multicultural Perspective In Public Library Services, Sutan Aulia Akbar, Taufik Asmiyanto

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

This article discusses the service of public libraries with multicultural perspective. This study aims to identify the role of public libraries in providing services to multicultural communities. The literature study method is used in seeing various views related to the topic by reviewing national and international journal articles in the last five years (2016-2020). The results show that public libraries play a role in fulfilling the information needs of multicultural communities, especially in supporting the adaptation process to a new environment while maintaining their original identity and culture. The development of special services is a fulfillment solution through the provision ...


Wright State University Magazine, Fall 2021, Wright State Alumni Association, Wright State University Foundation 2021 Wright State University

Wright State University Magazine, Fall 2021, Wright State Alumni Association, Wright State University Foundation

Wright State University Magazine

52-page issue of the Wright State Magazine. This magazine is published twice a year and focuses on news related to Wright State alumni, faculty, and friends of the university.


Jepson Forum, Flyer, Fall 2021, University of Northern Iowa. Department of Economics. 2021 University of Northern Iowa

Jepson Forum, Flyer, Fall 2021, University Of Northern Iowa. Department Of Economics.

Jepson Forum

Gives the topic and the speakers for the annual Jepson Forum.


Jepson Forum, Bios, Fall 2021, University of Northern Iowa. Department of Economics. 2021 University of Northern Iowa

Jepson Forum, Bios, Fall 2021, University Of Northern Iowa. Department Of Economics.

Jepson Forum

Gives biographies of the speakers for the annual Jepson Forum.


Using Flipgrid Discussions To Increase School Counseling Students’ Cultural Competence In The Online Classroom, Rebekah F. Cole 2021 Uniformed Services University

Using Flipgrid Discussions To Increase School Counseling Students’ Cultural Competence In The Online Classroom, Rebekah F. Cole

Teaching and Supervision in Counseling

This pre-test/post-test quasi-experimental design study investigated the use of Flipgrid to increase school counseling students’ cultural competence, which was measured by the Global Perspectives Inventory (GPI). Student participants in the experimental group utilized Flipgrid to engage in cultural discussions while participants in the control group utilized Blackboard discussion boards. An independent samples and paired-samples t-test were used to analyze the participants’ scores in the experimental and control groups. The statistically significant findings of the paired samples t-test suggest the effectiveness of utilizing Flipgrid in order to increase students’ cultural competence in the online learning environment. The study’s implications ...


School Counseling Interns’ Lived Experiences Addressing Social Determinants Of Health, Alexandra C. Gantt, Kaprea F. Johnson, Judith W. Preston, Brittany G. Suggs, Megan Cannedy 2021 Old Dominion University

School Counseling Interns’ Lived Experiences Addressing Social Determinants Of Health, Alexandra C. Gantt, Kaprea F. Johnson, Judith W. Preston, Brittany G. Suggs, Megan Cannedy

Teaching and Supervision in Counseling

This phenomenological study explores school counselors in training (SCITs’) experiences addressing social determinants of health (SDOH), the leading causes of educational and wellness inequities. Interviews with eight SCITs revealed three core themes: (1) professional identity conflict between awareness, skills, and action; (2) social justice knowledge to practice gap; and (3) recommendations for knowledge to practice gap resolution. Themes explained participant preparedness for responding to disparities. Participants were aware of challenges related to SDOH, though struggled with addressing those challenges due to lack of preparation or perceived role constraints. Participants also experienced difficulty practically applying their understanding of social justice theory ...


Reflection And Readiness: Shared Benefits Of Using An Oral Final Evaluation To Assess Counselor Competency, Tanya Surette, Kelly Brenton 2021 Acadia University

Reflection And Readiness: Shared Benefits Of Using An Oral Final Evaluation To Assess Counselor Competency, Tanya Surette, Kelly Brenton

Teaching and Supervision in Counseling

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted educational systems worldwide, shifting everything from pedagogy to learning environments. The emerging needs and complexities presented during this time has challenged long-standing practices, requiring creativity and innovation to adapt in the midst of uncertainty and accelerated change. This has been the reality within graduate counselling programs where coursework and internships were interrupted, and the counselling environment altered. In the face of such changes, the critical assessment and evaluation of pre-service counsellor competence remains a high priority of counsellor educators. This article outlines the practice of adopting an Oral Final Evaluation (OFE) of post-practicum graduate counselling ...


Working Alliance As A Mediator Between Supervisory Styles And Supervisee Satisfaction, Dan Li, David K. Duys, Yanhong Liu 2021 University of North Texas

Working Alliance As A Mediator Between Supervisory Styles And Supervisee Satisfaction, Dan Li, David K. Duys, Yanhong Liu

Teaching and Supervision in Counseling

To answer the research question whether there is a mediation effect of the supervisory working alliance between supervisory styles and supervisee satisfaction, we developed a mediation model and tested this hypothesized mediation effect with a sample of 111 participants that was comprised of master’s and doctoral counselor trainees and counseling practitioners recruited from several counseling professional networks. Results indicated a statistically significant indirect effect of supervisory styles on supervisee satisfaction through the supervisory working alliance. Specifically, when supervisees rated higher on a mixture of three supervisory styles, they were more likely to report a stronger working alliance with their ...


Matching Variables With The Appropriate Statistical Tests In Counseling Research, Ryan E. Flinn, Michael T. Kalkbrenner 2021 New Mexico State University- Main Campus

Matching Variables With The Appropriate Statistical Tests In Counseling Research, Ryan E. Flinn, Michael T. Kalkbrenner

Teaching and Supervision in Counseling

Quantitative research literacy, including matching variables with the appropriate statistical tests, is a key element in counselor education and preparation. Counselor educators are tasked with teaching quantitative research and statistics, which counselors-in-training tend to find anxiety-producing. Authors aimed to provide a succinct overview of matching variables with appropriate statistical tests and provide strategies counselor educators can use to enhance their pedagogy.


Development And Implementation Of A Bilingual Counseling Certificate Program, Claudia Interiano-Shiverdecker, Derek Robertson, Elias Zambrano, Ashley Morgan, Jacqueline Cantu Contreras 2021 The University of Texas at San Antonio

Development And Implementation Of A Bilingual Counseling Certificate Program, Claudia Interiano-Shiverdecker, Derek Robertson, Elias Zambrano, Ashley Morgan, Jacqueline Cantu Contreras

Teaching and Supervision in Counseling

The ever-growing population of Spanish-speakers in the United States increases the need for counselors to provide services in languages other than English. Yet, very few counselor education programs offer training specifically aimed at providing bilingual counseling services. The authors introduce important elements of bilingual counseling training and describe the implementation of these features into a certificate designed to train competent, bilingual clinical mental health and school counselors. Implications for counseling pedagogy, practice, supervision, and research are discussed.


Encouragement Is Not Enough: Perceptions And Attitudes Towards Corrective Feedback And Their Relationship To Self-Efficacy, Vasti Holstun, Neil Rigsbee, Lynn Bohecker 2021 Liberty University

Encouragement Is Not Enough: Perceptions And Attitudes Towards Corrective Feedback And Their Relationship To Self-Efficacy, Vasti Holstun, Neil Rigsbee, Lynn Bohecker

Teaching and Supervision in Counseling

This correlational study explored the relationship between feedback and counselor self-efficacy during online counselor education residency. Participants (N=145) were students from eight Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) accredited online counseling programs who completed instruments on perceptions of positive and corrective feedback, attitudes towards corrective feedback, and counselor self-efficacy. Results showed a significant positive correlation between perceptions of corrective feedback and self-efficacy. Two factors related to perceptions of corrective feedback also showed significant correlations with self-efficacy. Implications concerning providing corrective feedback in supervision for counselor in training are discussed.


Constructivism In Action: A Dynamic Group Process In Defining And Applying Principles Of Social Justice, Tanupreet Suri, Leslie Woolson, Arianna Trott, Marty Apodaca, M. Kathryn Brammer, Dèsa Karye Daniel, Diane Lacen, Thomas A. Chávez 2021 Touro College

Constructivism In Action: A Dynamic Group Process In Defining And Applying Principles Of Social Justice, Tanupreet Suri, Leslie Woolson, Arianna Trott, Marty Apodaca, M. Kathryn Brammer, Dèsa Karye Daniel, Diane Lacen, Thomas A. Chávez

Teaching and Supervision in Counseling

As a part of a Multicultural course, students in a doctoral program at a university in the Southwest worked together to synthesize a definition of social justice. The constructivist process implemented in this educational experience represented social justice in action, through co-construction of shared meaning. This definition, centered on Iris Young’s (2004) Five Faces of Oppression, resulted in the following: Social justice is addressing oppression, violence, exploitation, marginalization, powerlessness, and cultural imperialism through counselors’ efforts and advocacy, while promoting a critical perspective of the culture of silence. Social Justice is an active, effective change on micro- and macro-levels to ...


Smart Cities: Harnessing Regional Innovation Networks And Global Collaborations, José de Arimatéia da Cruz, Travis D. Howard 2021 Georgia Southern University

Smart Cities: Harnessing Regional Innovation Networks And Global Collaborations, José De Arimatéia Da Cruz, Travis D. Howard

International Journal of Security Studies & Practice

Information technology and computer science move at a lightning pace, both literally within the electromagnetic spectrum and figuratively as a professional field. This continuous evolution affects technical experts in their professional development, project managers in their timelines and ever-moving targets, and program founders who shape the initiatives themselves. No professional can reliably predict where the next technological innovation or new application of existing capabilities will occur. In response, experts employing information and communication technologies (ICT) in large systems must always consider timelines of future developments and adhere to structured management practices to meet deadlines. Comparative advantage in the market drives ...


A Double-Verb Construction In Mbyá Guaraní, Robert A. Dooley 2021 SIL-UND

A Double-Verb Construction In Mbyá Guaraní, Robert A. Dooley

Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota Session

From the introduction: "In this paper, the Mbyá V1-V2 construction is examined from various points of view: lexico-semantic (Sect. 2), phonological (in relation to stress) (Sect. 3), morphological (Sect. 4) and syntactic (Sect. 5). It is seen to be a phrase in which V2 functions syntactically as a modifier of V1. This construction is then compared and contrasted with others in Mbyá, namely subordinate clauses (Sect. 6) and coordinate clauses (Sect. 7). At this point (Sect. 8), it is compared with SVCs as documented in languages of West Africa, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, East Asia, Papua New Guinea and in ...


Information Marketing Through Social Media During Covid-19: A Study On A Public University Library In Bangladesh, Md. Mozammel Bhuyan, Nusrat Jannat Bipasha 2021 University of Dhaka

Information Marketing Through Social Media During Covid-19: A Study On A Public University Library In Bangladesh, Md. Mozammel Bhuyan, Nusrat Jannat Bipasha

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Purpose: The main objective of the paper is to investigate the status of using Social Media for information marketing during COVID-19 at Dhaka University Library (DUL), Bangladesh. More specifically the study aims are to identify the user’s tendency of using Social Media; explore the purposes of library professionals and library users of using Social Media; observe user’s satisfaction about existing Social Media tools at DUL; identify the obstacles about the usage of Social Media during COVID-19 and finally determine the parameters based on respondents view to develop information marketing plan by using Social Media tools.

Design/methodology/approach ...


Impact Of Covid-19 On Academic Libraries: A Case Study, Mohan Tej M, Mahabaleshwara Rao, Shivananda Bhat K 2021 Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal

Impact Of Covid-19 On Academic Libraries: A Case Study, Mohan Tej M, Mahabaleshwara Rao, Shivananda Bhat K

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

This paper aims to find the impact of COVID-19 on Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) libraries and the measures taken to overcome the challenges in accessing the information during the COVID-19 situation and render services to the users. A structured questionnaire was prepared and distributed to ten libraries of MAHE at Manipal, India campus. The study revealed that the COVID-19 pandemic has a significant impact on the usage of resources and services provided by MAHE libraries. The libraries were kept open, but the working hours of the libraries have been reduced during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study found that ...


Odors In Cognitive Research: A Commentary On 'Scented Colours' And An Evaluation Study On Odor Quality, With The Example Of Human Wayfinding, Kai Hamburger, Denise Herold 2021 Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany

Odors In Cognitive Research: A Commentary On 'Scented Colours' And An Evaluation Study On Odor Quality, With The Example Of Human Wayfinding, Kai Hamburger, Denise Herold

Baltic International Yearbook of Cognition, Logic and Communication

In his target article on “Scented Colours”, Charles Spence highlights the importance of crossmodal connections by focusing on the interaction between odors and colors. In this commentary and our presentation of own empirical work in this research context, we want to reach out further by emphasizing this importance not only on a perceptual and representational level, but also highlight it as an example for spatial cognition research. We provide an evaluation study on emotional effects of odors that could be used in future interdisciplinary research. While the meaning of odors in spatial wayfinding is, thus far, not well investigated, we ...


The Art Of Audiencing: Visual Journaling As A Media Education Practice, Theresa Redmond 2021 Appalachian State University, USA

The Art Of Audiencing: Visual Journaling As A Media Education Practice, Theresa Redmond

Journal of Media Literacy Education Pre-Prints

Using qualitative methods with an action research design, the author investigates uses of visual journaling as a media production opportunity in an undergraduate media literacy class. Through visual journaling as an arts-based inquiry process, students engaged in production, creating and sharing graphical representations of their emerging media literacy knowledge and perspectives. Findings illuminate visual journaling as a way of audiencing that cultivates agentive knowledge building, active negotiation of learning, and student-centered expression in the context of media literacy education. Visual journaling as a method of production results in a manageable and creative maker experience that augments learning, inviting students to ...


Electronic Resource Management In A Post-Plan S World, Jill Emery, Graham Stone 2021 Portland State University

Electronic Resource Management In A Post-Plan S World, Jill Emery, Graham Stone

Library Faculty Publications and Presentations

cOAlition S and research funding policies mean open access content is no longer a "trend" but rather another consideration of content management for librarians and libraries. In 2018, the authors of this article launched a new version of TERMS (Techniques for Electronic Resources Management). TERMS 2.0 envisages a post-Plan S e-resources life cycle blending e-resources and open access content management. This article outlines how open content management can dovetail into current e-resource management tactics across six TERMS: Investigation of material, procurement and licensing of content, implementation, troubleshooting of problems, evaluation and preservation, and sustainability concerns. Lastly, we reflect on ...


Cedarville Alumni Honored At Homecoming, Mark D. Weinstein 2021 Cedarville University

Cedarville Alumni Honored At Homecoming, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Cedarville University will honor six outstanding alumni at the Alumni Honors Luncheon on Friday, October 1st following the State of the University chapel.


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