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Migrants, Refugees, and Mobility: How Useful Are Information Communication Technologies in the First Phase of Resettlement?

This paper explores migrants' use of information communication technolgies during the early period of resettlement.

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Delivering Screen Media Production Courses Online: Two Universities Share Perspectives

This paper investigates whether group production courses (skill-based) in screen media can be delivered online while still maintaining the essential collaborative and creative team building necessary.

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Adoption of Open Access Publishing: A Case Study of the University System of Georgia

The knowledge and experience of University System of Georgia faculty members with open access resources provides a benchmark for developing institutional repositories and has implications for adoption, use and success.

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Published online: January 9, 2015

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Interaction among Adult Online Learners with the Use of Technologies

This paper reports online interaction among adult learners as well as the effect of adult learners on student non-cognitive learning outcome in online settings.

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The Prevention and Mitigation of Breaches of Personal Information Databases: A Theoretical Framework

Data breaches are an unfortunate by-product of our modern information-intensive society. This paper examines how economic theories can be applied to assign liability and provide appropriate remedies to victims.

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Published online: January 9, 2015

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Measured Electromagnetic Fields in Computers and Cell Phones

In light of recent research, measuring Electromagnetic Field exposure has become an imperative. Researchers have reported biological associations with EMF's. This study reports specific EMF's in computers and cell phones.

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Using Technology to Connect Distance Learning Communities to Scholarly Information: Best Practices and Tools for Information Literacy

Learn how distance librarians at a U.S. research university are using technologies such as learning management systems, web conferencing, content portals and more to connect with a Global Campus population.

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Media Interface, Romanticism, and Modernity: Some Examples from Eighteenth Century France

Examples of various novel media uses in eighteenth-century France are illustrative of the relation of orality, media interfaces, heterodox systems of thought, and romanticism to the development of modern sensibility.

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New Media’s Role within the Community of American Military Families

Community emerged as a leading theme in this study that examined the impact of new media on military marriages. This presentation provides an overview of the findings, including related themes.

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The Need For Assessment: The Double-edged Sword of Online Technologies in Higher Education

Today faculty and students face challenges with rapidly advancing online technologies — the communication channels can be double-edged swords depending on the quality of the transmitted messages and information.

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Published online: November 26, 2014

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