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    • Jacques Bon-Homme and National Politics: Ethos and Audience in 17th- Century Political Pamphlets 

      Sawyer, Jeffrey K. (Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Western Society for French History, 1984)
      A number of fundamental problems remain in the way of providing a comprehensive analysis of pamphlets and pamphleteerng in Old Regime France. Our incomplete knowledge of the sizes of editions, the mechanisms of distribution, ...
    • JCM, VIE and Engagement in Predicting Federal Workers' Performances 

      Mitchell, Thomas; Leeds, J. Peter.; Grimes, Kristi (29th Annual SIOP Conference, 2014)
      We compared the relative effectiveness of the JCM and VIE theories as predictors of performance and the mediating role of employee engagement in federal employees (N = 42,020). VIE was a stronger predictor of performance ...
    • Job perceptions of contingent and traditional faculty. 

      Wyatt-Nichol, Heather (Academic Exchange Quarterly, 2007)
      The use of contingent workers has increased in recent years, particularly within the field of higher education. In addition to the use of adjuncts to meet fluctuating demands, many universities have increased the number ...
    • A JSON-based Self-advising System 

      Vincenti, Giovanni; Bennett, Vanessa (Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 2017-01)
      The process of planning a student's academic career is an essential component to ensuring an expedited completion of a college degree. Consequently the academic advising process plays a significant role in a student's ...
    • Julie Simon Digital (Website) 

      Simon, Julie (2015)
      Artist Statement: My work crosses traditional boundaries.  Trained in traditional film and video production, I’ve gravitated away from representational reality and toward the abstract and non-linear across many media.
    • Keeping Quiet: Factors that Hinder Anger Expression at Work 

      Stickney, Lisa T.; Geddes, Deanna (International Association of Conflict Management 24th Annual Conference Proceedings, 2011-07)
      More research is emerging that finds workplace anger expression (versus suppression) is more likely to promote positive individual and organizational outcomes. However, many angry employees at work choose to remain silent ...
    • KidCraft: Co-Designing within a Game Environment 

      Walsh, Greg; Donahue, Craig; Rhodes, Emily E. (33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2015-04)
      Co-design research with children is a field that continues to find new ground and expand as it explores new, and more effective ways to design. As children become more enveloped in a world of technology and video games, ...
    • Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix Review–Feelings in 1080p 

      Harper, Todd (Paste Magazine, 2015-01-13)
      There are very few game genres more polarizing than the Japanese role-playing game, and inside that field Kingdom Hearts stands out as particularly so. It feels as if there’s very little middle ground when it comes to the ...
    • Knowledge management critical failure factors: A multi-case study 

      Akhavan, Peyman; Pezeshkan, Amir (Emerald, 2014)
      Purpose ‐ The goal of this paper is to present the main critical failure factors extracted from analyzing ten case studies of failure in knowledge management (KM) systems and projects and present a framework in which the ...
    • KnowledgeWorks@UB, One location for all your most important work! 

      Benjamin, Blake (2015-10-23)
      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.
    • Layered Elaboration Video 

      Walsh, Greg; Druin, Allison; Guha, Mona L.; Foss, Elizabeth; Golub, Evan; Hatley, Leshell; Bonsignore, Elizabeth; Franckel, Sonia (ACM, 2014-03)
      As technology for children becomes more mobile, social, and distributed, our design methods and techniques must evolve to better explore these new directions. This paper reports on "Layered Elaboration," a co-design technique ...
    • Layered Elaboration: A New Technique for Co-design with Children 

      Walsh, Greg; Druin, Allison; Guha, Mona L.; Foss, Elizabeth; Golub, Evan; Hatley, Leshell; Bonsignore, Elizabeth; Franckel, Sonia (Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2010-01)
      As technology for children becomes more mobile, social, and distributed, our design methods and techniques must evolve to better explore these new directions. This paper reports on “Layered Elaboration,” a co-design technique ...
    • Learning by Doing: Developing a Baseline Information Literacy Assessment 

      Kiel, Stephen "Mike"; Burclaff, Natalie; Johnson, Catherine (Johns Hopkins Press, 2015-10)
      This paper details the design and implementation of an initial baseline assessment of information literacy skills at the University of Baltimore. To provide practical advice and experience for a novice audience, the authors ...
    • Learning Computer Science Fundamentals through Virtual Environments 

      Braman, James; Vincenti, Giovanni; Diaz, Ana Maria. A; Jinman, Andrew (Online Communities and Social Computing, 2009-07)
      Utilizing the inherent visual qualities of immersive virtual environments can be advantageous for educating students on particular topics. Basic fundamentals in Computer Science curriculums often can be difficult for ...
    • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Issues in Virtual Worlds 

      Blodgett, Bridget Marie; Xu, Heng; Trauth, Eileen M. (Association for Computing Machinery, 2007)
      In virtual worlds, users interact with each other by creating virtual identities through avatars. As the avatar creation process is constrained by the assumptions of designers who develop the avatar creation tools, some ...
    • Lessons From Baltimore 1968: How History Can Heal a Harmed City 

      Nix, Elizabeth M. (Time Magazine, 2015-04-29)
      In the 20 years that I have lived in Baltimore City, I have seen guns fired only twice; in each instance the targets were black men and the shooters were police. In one case the officer was trying to stop a group of men ...
    • Liberty and Equality: In Defense of Same Sex Marriage 

      Wyatt-Nichol, Heather; Naylor, Lorenda (Public Integrity, 2015)
      Marriage equality has gained international attention in public discourse. Laws that prohibit same-sex marriage may be categorized as both paternalistic and moralistic. This article addresses ethical and legal considerations ...
    • Liberty and Equality: In Defense of Same Sex Marriage 

      Wyatt-Nichol, Heather; Naylor, Lorenda Ann (Routledge, 2015)
      Marriage equality has gained international attention in public discourse. Laws that prohibit same-sex marriage may be categorized as both paternalistic and moralistic. This article addresses ethical and legal considerations ...
    • Liberty and Equality: In Defense of Same Sex Marriage 

      Naylor, Lorenda (Public Integrity, 2015-03-24)
      Marriage equality has gained international attention in public discourse. Laws that prohibit same-sex marriage may be categorized as both paternalistic and moralistic. This article addresses ethical and legal considerations ...
    • Limited English Proficiency: Managing Beyond the Words in Long-Term Care Settings 

      Molinari, Carol; McSweeny-Field, Mary H.
      Many limited English proficiency (LEP) residents go without the help of interpreters or formal translation services as well as other supportive services in their healthcare interactions. While there are several reasons for ...