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The five elements of technology accessibility policy enactment in K-12: a grounded theory
Over 12 million disabled students attend public K-12 schools in the United States (U.S.) (U.S. Department of Education, 2019). But, in 2019—when technology is an increasingly integral component of teaching and learning—many ...
Evaluation of candidate adenosine receptor agonists as neuroprotective countermeasures for soman intoxication
Soman, an organophosphorus (OP) compound, disrupts nervous system function through inactivation of acetylcholinesterase (AChE), the enzyme that breaks down acetylcholine at synapses. Left untreated, a state of prolonged ...
Usability impact of user perception in mHealth: the case of Ghanaian migrants
Mobile health technology has the potential to transform the face of the health care industry globally. Mobile phones have become ubiquitous, unhampered by race, class or geographical boundaries, and provide a sound base ...
The mindfulness question: no evidence of increased false memory in short-term interventions rather increases in accuracy
Mindfulness is defined as the process of attending to one's awareness in the present moment (Creswell, 2016). Recently, research has been growing on the effects of mindfulness on false memory, often yielding nebulous results ...
Assessment of the hydrological impacts of human alteration of Maryland Piedmont streams
The hydrologic regime plays a vital role in aquatic ecosystems. However, these systems are altered by land use change and anthropogenic climate change. Urbanization increases surface runoff and decreases infiltration, while ...
Life and literature beneath the surface: Using neurodiverse young adult literature as mentor texts for narrative writing
(Assembly on Literature for Adolescents of the National Council of Teachers of English, 2020)
When capturing the inner life of neurodiverse characters, authors of young adult literature (YAL) often make compelling, unconventional choices with structure, formatting, syntax, and diction. Stories shaped through this ...
The formation of the Proto-Germanic language
Over the years linguistics and archaeology have been synthesized in order to explain how various language families formed. However, studies examining the problem from a uniquely geographic perspective are lacking. This ...
Examining improvement of parental management of children’s educational information using technology-based information management solution
Parents and caregivers need to process large volumes of information regarding their children's education. Effective parental management of this information is critical for parents to actively participate in their child's ...
Creative collaboration: Research as creative act in the art studio classroom
(Rowman & Littlefield, 2021-06-15)
Memes and the art of literacy maintenance
Memes are powerful social media tools, but also powerful information literacy artifacts. Through theory and practice, memes have an important place in how we understand the way our students are thinking, how we can envision ...