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Dataset for Assessing Water Literacy (Click Data)
Given the importance of fresh water, we investigated undergraduate students’ understanding of water flow and its consequences. We probed introductory geology students’ pre-instruction knowledge using a classroom management ...
Conceptual metaphors for isomorphism and homomorphism: Instructors’ descriptions for themselves and when teaching
Group isomorphism and homomorphism are topics central to abstract algebra, yet research on instructors’ views of these concepts is limited. Based on interviews from two instructors as well as classroom video from eight ...
Research in the Studio, Artists in the Stacks: Mapping Information Literacy and the Library in a Studio arts Program
This chapter describes the collaboration between a studio arts faculty member and an art librarian to integrate information literacy into the photography program through curriculum mapping. What began as a one-shot library ...
ORCID education: A departmental approach
(Library Hi Tech News: Emerald Publishing Limited, 2021-02-08)
Purpose: This paper provides a case study of an ORCID promotion at the University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science, providing context for the importance of education in ORCID outreach. Design/methodolog ...
Does Delivery Location Matter? A National Study of the Impact of Early Dual Enrollment on College Readiness and First-Year Academic Momentum
(Teachers College Record, 2021)
This study examines whether the delivery location of dual enrollment impacts students’ college preparation and first-year academic momentum in college. Using inverse probability weighted regression adjustments to estimate ...
Exploring How Public Libraries Can Build Situational Interest in Science
(Journal of Library Administration, 2021-04-07)
This project aimed to cultivate library patrons’ interest in earth and space science, using research on how situations can trigger and support interest to deepen across time. The project featured a dynamic but low-tech ...
Burnout Doesn't Frighten Me
(Legal Writing Institute, 2021-03)
This past semester we all taught during an unprecedented worst-case scenario, moving our courses online at the literal drop of a hat. Although I know my experience is not unique, from March to the end of the semester in ...
(De Gruyter, 2021)
Hannah More (1735–1833) was a prolific writer and Evangelical philanthropist in Britain. More’s writing is significant to biblical reception history as it showcases how the Bible was used by British Evangelicals to encourage ...
Mortimer, Favell Lee
(De Gruyter, 2021)
Favell Lee Mortimer (1802–1878) was a bestselling children’s author in the moralistic tradition who authored nineteen publications for children about the Bible and the world.
NIU Working Papers 2020 - 2021
(Northern Illinois University, 2021)
NIU Working Papers for Fiscal Year 2021 (FY21: July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021)