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Information Literacy and IT Fluency

Lori Arp, Beth S. Woodard, Craig Gibson
2007 Reference and user services quarterly  
of engagement, and also by the sometimes overlapping and sometimes diverging cluster of terms centered on technology skills-information technology (IT) fluency, technology literacy, computer literacy,  ...  , National, and University Libraries (SCONUL) group in the United Kingdom. 4 The potential for each of these traditions to compensate or correct for deficiencies in the others is only  ...  success as well as preparation for the workplace-practical applications of information and technology literacy in a liberal arts college setting.  ... 
doi:10.5860/rusq.46n3.23 fatcat:b23jkhejojgz7cjssnv4qicska

The Writer's Mind: Writing as a Mode of Thinking

William F. Irmscher, Janice N. Hays, Phyllis A. Roth, Jon R. Ramsey, Robert D. Foulke
1984 College composition and communication  
This fact has always been one premise of a liberal arts education, and it has been an important reason why liberal arts institutions have resisted short-answer, objective tests as an index  ...  Perry's study suggests that it is the experience of a liberal arts education that produces this development24and traditionally, a liberal arts curriculum stresses not only the presentation of diverse perspectives  ... 
doi:10.2307/357465 fatcat:al2knd75fzb6jgxyvwzzktnguy

Experimental Research on Labor Market Discrimination

David Neumark
2018 Journal of Economic Literature  
Subsequent research -responding in large part to limitations of the regression-based approachmoved on to other approaches, such as using firm-level data to estimate both marginal productivity and wage  ...  The decades of research on discrimination in labor markets began with a regression-based "decomposition" approach, asking whether raw wage or earnings differences between groups -which might constitute  ...  Finally, the researchers also administer an IAT based on associating men or women with words more related to math/science versus liberal arts, and find more bias and less updating based on performance  ... 
doi:10.1257/jel.20161309 fatcat:yxyzorpi2zgofcb36mx2r256ki

Chapter 10. Bending the Arc of Writing Assessment Toward Social Justice: Enacting Culturally Responsive Professional Development at Standing Rock [chapter]

Kelly J. Sassi
2018 Writing Assessment, Social Justice, and the Advancement of Opportunity  
The publishers and the Series editors are committed to the principle that knowledge should freely circulate. We see the opportunities that new technologies have for further democratizing knowledge.  ...  Consistent with the wide ranging approaches characteristic of teaching and scholarship in writing across the curriculum, the series presents works that take divergent perspectives on working as a writer  ...  I would like to acknowledge the graduate student research assistant M. K. Laughlin, who worked with me in the first year of the study.  ... 
doi:10.37514/per-b.2018.0155.2.10 fatcat:jmq4zc355zbwhl5ibrocxkvhhq

Inside Greek U.: Fraternities, Sororities, and the Pursuit of Pleasure, Power, and Prestige

2009 Journal of Popular Culture  
For their editorial guidance at every stage of the process, I would like to thank Anne Dean Watkins, David Cobb, Joe Brown, and most especially, Stephen Wrinn at the University Press of Kentucky.  ...  Thank you to my three very generous readers: my mentor Eva McMahan (James Madison University), Scott Kiesling (University of Pittsburgh), and Cindy Griffin (Colorado State University).  ...  While such events often go unnoticed outside the Greek community, the reorganizing efforts of the Delta Zeta sorority at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, made the New York Times.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-5931.2009.00684_12.x fatcat:crqvcux6yrexzhcdthg3psvjdu

Building grounds for release: Women's perceptions of a community corrections program

Andrea Cantora
2013
To add to this research, my article explores the perceptions and experiences of women residing at a New Jersey female halfway house upon their release from prison.  ...  The results of my research provides support for the argument that more residential opportunities should be provided for returning prisoners as they begin the reentry process.  ...  He received his BA in social justice from DePauw University and MA and PhD in criminology from Florida State University.  ... 
doi:10.13016/m2dk07 fatcat:mbmceitxlbhftnfv2334gzenma

Inuit autobiography: challenging the stereotypes

Dale S Blake
2000
Also, if unauthorized copyright material had to be removed, a note will indicate the deletion.  ...  Contact UMI directly to order.  ...  approached with a sense of humour" (Canadian 111).  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-pyyj-tb36 fatcat:2wo4uyq67jd3zlwz5gokgo3rjm

MARGINS OF WRITING, ORIGINS OF CULTURES MARGINS OF WRITING, ORIGINS OF CULTURES edited by

Seth Sanders, Seth Sanders, John Kelly, Gonzalo Rubio, Jacco Dieleman, Jerrold Cooper, Christopher Woods, Annick Payne, William Schniedewind, Michael Silverstein, Piotr Michalowski, Paul-Alain Beaulieu (+4 others)
unpublished
To grasp the significance of the canonization of texts around six arts, the creation of a national academy to teach those arts, and the institution of exams to test those arts and thereby select new shi  ...  Kelly argues that the question of semiotic technologies (who controls and distributes knowledge and information, how?)  ...  In modern Western universalizing theory it has become routine, however much the terminology used to capture the distinction may vary (the binary is sometimes expressed as content versus expression, or  ... 
fatcat:r3w62rtodvctxdcvzksdw3b5xm