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Mindful awareness training in online and face-to-face learning environments: A comparative analysis
(Journal of Health Administration Education (Association of University Programs in Health Administration), 2015)
Today’s fast-paced work environments emphasize the importance of focus, clarity, creativity, compassion, and courage as critical managerial competencies (George, 2014). TIME magazine’s 2014 article, The Mindfulness ...
Not So Strange Bedfellows: Information Standards for Librarians AND Publishers
As our collections become increasingly electronic, standards play an increasingly important role not only in the work of librarians but also in that of publishers. This session will describe standards and recommended ...
Student preferences for consuming supplemental instructional material in CS0/CS1/CS2 courses
The concept of flipping the classroom is slowly gaining tractions at all levels of education. An ever-growing set of resources gives Information Technology (IT), Computer Science (CS), and Information Systems (IS) students ...
3/4 inch: videotape U-matic
(Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, 2015-10-09)
Three panelists and a moderator explored the history and development of analog magnetic tape and the conservation and preservation activities taking place in libraries and archives today during this panel at the fall meeting ...
KnowledgeWorks@UB, One location for all your most important work!
This poster was used to promote KnowledgeWorks@UB, the University of Baltimore’s new digital repository of scholarship and research, during the Fall Teaching and Learning Day, October 23, 2015.
Institutional Change and the Venture Capital Development Process: Evidence from Emerging Economies
(Academy of Management, 2015)
We investigate the impact of formal institutional change on the venture capital (VC) development process. In particular, this study contrasts VC development processes taking place in stable formal institutional environments ...
A phenomenological inquiry examining the lived experiences of African-American male senior executive service members in the United States federal government
Federal agencies have made significant efforts to implement equal employment opportunities and workplace diversity through the development and implementation of diversity programs and policies. However, the evidence indicates ...
Examining how academic discipline and demographics affect the web-use skills of graduate and professional students
Background and Purpose: The concept of a homogenous group of tech savvy digital natives has recently been refuted empirically and theoretically through comprehensive literature reviews (Jones & Shao, 2011; Bennett, ...
A mobile platform for teaching nonverbal social communication skills to high-functioning autistic children using discrete trial training
The purpose of this project is to provide a mobile platform for teaching nonverbal social communication skills to high-functioning autistic children. The application uses the established method of Discrete Trial Training ...
Using an enhanced e-textbook to facilitate the education and practice of social workers
This study examines part of a conundrum that arises in the training of Maryland social work supervisors. Experienced social workers are needed to bring their skills to supervisory duties, but the nature of the situation ...