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Introduction to DSpace [video]
Open Education, Open Opportunities
A critical biography of Bernard Ramm: an exemplar of the development of a neo-evangelical-Baptist identity in the American Baptist Convention.
Bernard Ramm (1916-1992) was an American Baptist (ABC-USA) theologian who lived during the heart of the twentieth century. His embrace of the neo-evangelical movement, which arose during the 1940s, led to the development ...
Sleep quality as a moderator between self-control and the intention-behavior gap of diet and physical activity.
Meta-analyses and weight regulation treatment studies found inconsistent direct relationships between cognitive self-control and complicated behaviors such as healthy diet and engagement in physical activity. Variability ...
Information Overload : detection and prevention through the usage of consumer neural devices.
Information Overload is a state in which individuals have a vast amount of information that is readily available, almost instantaneously, without mechanisms to check the validity of the content and the potential risk of ...
Stranged marriages : unconventional matrimony in western American fiction.
Marriage does more than unite individuals. It affirms existing social structures and promises to perpetuate them. Embedded within marital conventions are traces of a society’s assumptions regarding race, gender, class, ...
Sedimentary organic matter diagenesis : oxidative transformations and dynamics upon pyrolysis.
The organic matter fraction preserved in ancient sediments is the largest carbon pool on earth, and holds immense importance in the context of global biogeochemical cycling and as petroleum source rock. This dissertation ...
To Whom Are We Listening? Measuring the Pulse of Geography Education Research, 2010
(Gilbert M. Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education, 2017)
This study analyzes citations from thirty-six articles published in volume 34 (2010) of the Journal of Geography in Higher Education (JGHE). This is one of the dominant publications in the suite of international journals ...
Michael J. Stolee: An Educator's Career in School Desegregation
The historic decision of Brown v. Board of Education (1954) declared that separate schools were inherently unequal, yet the U.S. Supreme Court did not specifically make instructions on how school desegregation would occur. ...
The Hybridization between the Endangered Gambusia nobilis and Introduced Gambusia geiseri in Texas
Introduced species are a major cause of biodiversity loss because of predation, competition for limited resources and space, and hybridization with native taxa. Hybridization poses the greatest risk for native taxa when ...