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Utility of the OpenAccess database in academic research

David. A. Papa, Igor L. Markov, Philip Chong
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 conference on Asia South Pacific design automation - ASP-DAC '06  
The proliferation of OpenAccess is opening promising new research opportunities to academic communities.  ...  The benefits of adopting an OpenAccess based approach to EDA research are growing, and we review a number of them.  ...  research to move closer to industry needs.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1118299.1118408 fatcat:wtvgrh5ofjhbdevlvpmzwcfv64

4127 Achieving health equity in translational research: Applying critical race theory in workforce curricula to address disparity

Kristina Gern Johnson, Karen C. Johnston, Jennifer Phillips, Maryellen Gusic
2020 Journal of Clinical and Translational Science  
Public health critical race praxis (an adaptation of CRT) is emerging as a theoretical framework to empower researchers to challenge the status quo in order to achieve health equity.  ...  and national diversity and inclusion efforts; engagement in community-based research; ability to account for implicit bias and power imbalances in their research design, including in recruitment and retention  ...  4455 Advancing the Science of Community Engagement with Human-Centered Design  ... 
doi:10.1017/cts.2020.250 fatcat:tpii5fvulfhbrmp4r747nhlc4q

A Framework for Computerized Progress Feedback in Tertiary Education

Annette van der Merwe, Tiny du Toit, Hennie Kruger
2020 Journal of Computer Science  
The framework was implemented in a case study at a South African university and evaluated using a survey.  ...  In this paper, a model-based academic progress feedback framework is proposed to improve learning.  ...  Acknowledgement This research was performed at the School of Computer Science and Information Systems at the Northwest University and the authors extend their gratitude to the institution for providing  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2020.391.401 fatcat:o36yslxyy5hopjo7roziaifswq

4457 Adopting a Team Science Communication Module for Community-Partnered Teams

Arleen F Brown, Keith Norris, Rachelle Bross, Yelba Castellon, Norma Mtume, D'Ann Morris, Aziza Lucas Wright, Juan Barron, Sarmen Hakopian, Maritza Salazar Campo
2020 Journal of Clinical and Translational Science  
DISCUSSION/SIGNIFICANCE OF IMPACT: Traditional academic team science training required significant modifications for an academic/community-partnered team to allow for optimal collaboration, inclusion,  ...  Long-term followup to assess their effectiveness is needed.  ...  4455 Advancing the Science of Community Engagement with Human-Centered Design  ... 
doi:10.1017/cts.2020.251 fatcat:2ilkndl36ndtdoy6e2s3ddmuvi

Framework for Development of a Web based System for Students' Appraisal on Teaching Performance of Lecturers in Federal College of Wildlife Management, New Bussa, Niger State, Nigeria

J. O., E. A., Onihunwa J., Jeje C., Dada O.
2020 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Furthermore, the site map of the SATP which explains the implementation of the framework to be designed was detailed.  ...  The SATP allows the students to evaluate the teaching competency and performance of lecturers and provides report about lecturers' teaching competencies to the school management for decision making.  ...  To design the framework of SATP system to allow for flexible retrieval of appraisal data anytime it is needed iii.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2020920020 fatcat:rvrugg73prfilnpny5ghmqzcby

An Evidence-Based Approach on Academic Management in a School of Public Health Using SMAART Model

Ashish Joshi, Robyn Gertner, Lynn Roberts, Ayman El-Mohandes
2021 Sustainability  
A unified framework of key data indicators was needed to create a transparent and equitable model.  ...  The objective of our study is to describe the design, development, and implementation of a data-driven, evidence-based model of academic development in the context of CUNY Graduate School of Public Health  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132112256 fatcat:fv6elno3bffhjimq7pgvrewegi

Transcreation: an implementation science framework for community-engaged behavioral interventions to reduce health disparities

Anna María Nápoles, Anita L. Stewart
2018 BMC Health Services Research  
Main text: The objective of this article is to describe an innovative "transcreational" framework for designing and delivering interventions in communities to reduce health disparities.  ...  Conclusions: This framework expands the types of scientific evidence used and balances fidelity to evidence and fit to the community setting.  ...  Given that the transcreated program and the setting are new, it is critical to implement a stringent scientific evaluation of the intervention being delivered in a community setting where optimal control  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-018-3521-z pmid:30208873 pmcid:PMC6134771 fatcat:435sst5rczgztc7hclq3q5l3dq

Designing a peer-led approach to teaching review and enhancement in academia

Dominique Moritz, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia, Simone Pearce, Larissa S. Christensen, Drossos Stamboulakis, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia
2021 Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice  
with the SLC's mission: to provide a personal, inspiring, and rigorous learning environment that empowers graduates to be careerand future-ready and able to make significant contributions to their communities  ...  PREP is innovative in nature through its ground-up approach, which is driven by academic staff within the SLC, to create a collaborative space that is relevant and suitable for academic staff to address  ...  This is a useful tool in higher education in that it allows the academic to critically immerse themselves into their teaching practice, resulting in new ways of thinking and doing.  ... 
doi:10.53761/ fatcat:4crdw2xfmze47dl2avqk7kq7da

Towards automated neural design: An open source, distributed neural architecture research framework [article]

George Kyriakides, Konstantinos Margaritis
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Although currently under heavy development, the framework aims to allow the easy implementation of different design and optimization method families (optimization algorithms, meta-heuristics, reinforcement  ...  Furthermore, due to the computational resources required in order to optimize and evaluate network architectures, it leverage the use of distributed computing, while aiming to minimize the researcher's  ...  to implement it and conduct research. us, a framework that allows the independent development of design-process components can greatly accelerate advances in the eld.  ... 
arXiv:1810.08648v1 fatcat:vmzfnsd7bfbfbnaqhqyvrkbgyi

Optimizing Student-Driven Learning (SdL) through a Framework Designed for Tailoring Personal Student Paths

Alberto Martinetti
2020 Education Sciences  
This research offers a framework to help students deal with possible knowledge gaps and account for personal interests to match defined learning goals, utilizing the author's master's course in design  ...  Third, the research identified the most effective way to create such a tool (framework), taking into account the possible entry points of students.  ...  The research adopted a design-based approach supported by qualitative evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci10090249 fatcat:hpvidabonjhpxea5ioqtm5nhd4

User Experience of Academic Library Websites

Najwa Samrgandi
2020 International journal of computer science and mobile computing  
In this research, heuristic evaluation enabled to assess the primary content elements on academic library websites homepages.  ...  Universities can benefit from optimized operational performance by upholding underlying principles of heuristic model to achieve exceptional outcomes.  ...  Therefore, this research uses the heuristic evaluation for evaluating operations of academic library websites of Saudi universities.  ... 
doi:10.47760/ijcsmc.2020.v09i11.006 fatcat:tfgjpavserc6nnekc6yocnzpb4

Proposing a framework for evaluating digital creativity in social media and multimedia-based art and design education

Sama'a Al Hashimi, Nasser Mahdi, Ameena Al Muwali, Yasmina Zaki
2019 Global Journal of Arts Education  
This pilot study seeks to develop a framework to assess students' creativity and another framework to assess the effectiveness of multimedia-based teaching approaches in art and design educational contexts  ...  The usage of emerging social and digital applications is growing rapidly among the current generation of students and academics, and researchers started exploring their effectiveness in enhancing students  ...  These frameworks may assist art, design and digital media researchers and educators to capture more precisely the creative potential of their students, and also help educational institutions and universities  ... 
doi:10.18844/gjae.v9i2.4238 fatcat:tbbpybsisvd4bnbkckrzywvxo4

A theoretical and qualitative approach to evaluating children's robot-mediated levels of presence

Veronica Ahumada-Newhart, Jacquelynne S. Eccles
2020 Technology, Mind, and Behavior  
These theoretical supports form the foundation of a framework to evaluate the robot-mediated presence of homebound children.  ...  This framework provides a first step to consistent evaluation of robot-mediated presence and engagement for this population.  ...  Thus, a strong robot-mediated presence with high levels of engagement may allow a homebound child to meet these needs for optimal growth.  ... 
doi:10.1037/tmb0000007 pmid:35813448 pmcid:PMC9265209 fatcat:eblgu6dgpjfz7ndhd7zrre5rd4

A Model for Developing an Academic Activity Index for Higher Education Instructors Based on Composite Indicators

María del Carmen Bas, José Miguel Carot
2020 Educational Policy  
This study develops an overall score to measure the dimensions that encompass the academic activities. To that end, a Benefit-of-the-doubt model is proposed.  ...  The assessment of the teacher performance is a subject of criticism due to the lack of a well-establish methodology.  ...  Benefit-of-the-Doubt model for Teacher Evaluation Theoretical Conceptual Framework for the Academic Activity Index The aim of the Academic Activity Index (AAI) is to measure in a single value the different  ... 
doi:10.1177/0895904820951123 fatcat:qymettbbbbavfhvkqfc7ebhesq

Simulation Differences Between Academia and Industry: A Branch Prediction Case Study

G.H. Loh
2005 IEEE International Symposium on Performance Analysis of Systems and Software, 2005. ISPASS 2005.  
Due to the limited availability of industrial simulation frameworks, this research is limited to a case study of branch predictors.  ...  While microprocessor companies have the resources to develop highly detailed simulation infrastructures that they correlate against their own silicon, academic researchers tend to use free, widely available  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Jared Stark and Chris Wilkerson of Intel for organizing the CBP contest and making the CBP simulation infrastructure publicly available.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ispass.2005.1430556 dblp:conf/ispass/Loh05 fatcat:a77k6t4dzbcxvkkd3kmnnk2y3i
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