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Hughie Lee-Smith Chronology
Hughie Lee-Smith (1915-1999) was an American painter who grew up during the Great Depression and was an active member of arts communities in Cleveland, Detroit, and Chicago. Lee-Smith was influenced by the Harlem Renaissance ...
Integrating the Credit Information Literacy Course into a Learning Community
(Association of College & Research Libraries, 2010)
Interaction Design and Activity Theory: designing for social code review
This thesis applies activity theory to interaction design of a code review tool. The purpose of this project was two-fold: To understand the practice of code review, and to gain insight into the value of activity theory ...
As we may build: the design & function of online virtual space
"There is no understanding of virtual space, only a loose collection of articles related to realism in rendering or behavior" - Lev Manovich, The Language of New Media. Manovich's statement echoes a largely unspoken ...
Analysis of the key reasons behind the pirated software usage of Turkish Internet users: application of routine activities theory
The basic reason for protection of intellectual property rights is the necessity to encourage and support innovation and to promote the creation of knowledge. Intellectual property has a functional effect on the creation, ...
Personal adventures: the shift from player to author
The formative years of computer gaming saw the birth of a genre dedicated to storytelling as a primary experience. These games, adventure games, briefly rose to dominance within the industry in the nineties but faded fast. ...
Education through games and simulations
Through an examination of the underserved urban population, this paper takes a look at how the use of games and simulations may provide a means of closing a gap in education which has lingered for several decades. Discussion ...
Managing multiple sources of information in an independent K-12 private school: a case study in a student information systems evaluation
Information is everywhere and finding the best method to manage it is a problem that all types of organizations have to deal with. Schools use Student Information Systems (SIS) to manage Student Data, Financial Information, ...
Examining the Work Schedules: Satisfaction of Organizational and Personnel Demands
With modern policing approaches, police agencies have been required to question their efficiency and effectiveness to match their limited resources with increased public expectations. As an essential aspect of policing, ...