Welcome to Huskie Commons
Huskie Commons is Northern Illinois University's digital repository, a secure virtual space in which we collect, preserve, and provide access to the scholarly and artistic works created by the NIU community. From peer-reviewed articles authored by faculty to honors capstone projects created by students to electronic theses and dissertations, Huskie Commons showcases the intellectual output of NIU's faculty, staff, students, and organizations.
When you deposit your materials into Huskie Commons, you receive an enduring link to your materials and the Library assumes the responsibility of preserving them into the future.
To learn more about depositing your scholarly and artistic materials into Huskie Commons, the types of materials that are eligible for inclusion, and other information please see the Huskie Commons Guide.
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(Northern Illinois University, 2018-10-13)In a day and age where social media is thriving, and more prominent than ever, it is quite surprising that there is no social website dedicated strictly for car enthusiast. A place where you can be surrounded by like minding ...
(Northern Illinois University, 2018)In this paper mathematical programming techniques were used to determine the optimal strategy for playing Magic: The Gathering®. Games with the cards Lightning Bolt, Mountain, and Vexing Devil were evaluated using the ...
(Northern Illinois University, 1981)The following work is presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Arts degree at Northern Illinois University. The work was produced between January 1981 and April 1981. It was presented in an ...
(Northern Illinois University, 1981)The Word Intelligibility by Picture Identification Test (WIPI), developed by Ross and Lerman (1970), is widely used to test the speech understanding ability of children. It was designed for administration not only in the ...
(Northern Illinois University, 1981)The present research was conducted to test motivational/reinforce- ment explanations (e.g., Byrne & Clore, 1967; Festinger, 1954; Nelson, 1966) of the positive relationship between attitude similarity and interpersonal ...