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Social Networking Teaching Tools: A Computer Supported Collaborative Interactive Learning Environment for K-12 

Cain, Curtis (2010-06-15)
Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW) is a broad area which, is to investigate using technology to facilitate collaboration. This research is to investigate and develop a collaborative educational environment as a ...

Social Networking, its Influence on Social and Psychological Well-being, and Implications for Counseling 

Tyler, Jessica (2013-04-29)
Once seen as little more than a hobby, social networking is steadily influencing culture in many ways. Social networking affects how users connect with one another, impacting how they choose to represent themselves online, ...

Social Support and the Quality of Child Care Practices Among Participants in the Family Child Care Partnerships Program 

Putnam, Robin (2006-12-15)
The purpose of the study was to describe the social and professional support networks of family child care providers involved in a program designed to improve child care quality, and to examine whether the extent and quality ...

Social Vulnerability and Earthquake Impact Modeling in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region IV (Southeast of the U.S.) 

Siddique, Sumaiya Tul (2018-07-18)
At the forefront of the natural hazard risk assessment sciences is the assessment of earthquake risk. Countries such as the United States have been targets of extensive earthquake risk assessments to communicate potential ...

Socialization of Female and Male Assistant Principals 

Daugherty, Alicia (2017-04-13)
Assistant principals have one of the hardest jobs in the school, if not the hardest. Their role in a school generally consists of discipline, buses, textbooks, working with angry parents, and many more. Their hours are ...

The Socio-Economic Impact of Concentration of Timberland Ownership in Alabama 

Gopaul, Abhimanyu (2017-04-26)
The purpose of this thesis is to examine the relationship between concentration of timberland ownership at the county level which has more than 50% of its population living in rural areas and quality of life in Alabama. ...

Socioeconomic Disparities, Community Physical Environment, and Childhood Obesity in Alabama's Black Belt Region 

Carter, William (2015-04-30)
Health inequalities have been linked to socioeconomic disparities. These disparities are communal differences which have a profound influence on the physical environment. Scholarship has recently connected socioeconomic ...

Socioeconomic Status and Health: The Protective Role of Religiosity among African Americans 

Harrell, Crystal (2018-11-15)
Several lines of evidence suggest that there is a significant relationship between religiosity, socioeconomic status (SES), and health. In the past, researchers have grown more interested in the protective factors of ...

SOCRATES-C: Measuring Readiness for Change in Academic Coaching 

Fry, Daniel (2018-06-08)
Academic coaching is a remedial method to assist undergraduate students experiencing academic difficulties due to counterproductive behavioral patterns related to their academic skills and habits. Developing academic skills ...

Sod-Based Rotation Systems: Research for Whom? 

Hargrove, Jennie (2019-04-17)
Over the last two decades, a Southeastern multi-institutional, multidisciplinary research team developed a low-input sod-based rotational system with integrated cattle (SBRC) to improve sustainability for small- to medium-size ...

The Sodium Channel Gene Expression on the Kdr Locus in the House Fly, Musca domestica and the Mosquito, Culex quinquefasciatus 

Tian, Li (2010-07-14)
A point mutation of leucine to phenylalanine (L-to-F), resulting from a single nucleotide substitution in the sodium-channel of insects, is associated with pyrethroid resistance. In this study, to understand genetic basis ...

Soft Error Rate Determination For Nanometer CMOS VLSI Circuits 

Wang, Fan (2008-05-15)
Nanometer CMOS VLSI circuits are highly sensitive to soft errors due to envi- ronmental causes such as cosmic radiation and high-energy particles. These errors are random and not related to permanent hardware faults. ...

The Soft Side of Leadership: Principals’ Enactment of the Love Languages and Leadership Frames in Influencing School Culture 

Baugh, Shay (2015-07-28)
The culture of a school defines how the school works in regards to rules, relationships, and attitudes. The current research focuses primarily on the principal’s academic intelligence and how it impacts school culture. ...

Soft Video Delivery by Metadata Reduction over LTE 

Monroe, Tino (2019-12-05)
New methods for media delivery, specifically video, have become increasingly important over the past decade. Along with increased user need for video streaming, video is now a majority of the traffic on the internet. In ...

A Software and Hardware System for the Autonomous Control and Navigation of a Trained Canine 

Britt, Winard (2009-07-20)
This dissertation demonstrates the autonomous command and navigation of a trained canine to multiple waypoints. A system is described consisting of a canine that can be guided autonomously to a number of waypoints by an ...

Software Defect Prediction with Fuzzy Logic 

Muthu Kumar, Kripa Shankar (2020-11-16)
Finding software defects in software project modules is a complex process and highly uncertain in nature. Even though multiple intensive machine learning and deep learning models are available to predict defects, it is ...

A Software Signal Simulation of Low Earth Orbit Satellites for Investigative Analysis 

McDougal, Samuel (2023-05-02)
Simulation tools are an important part of the engineering design process by allowing changes in algorithms and processes before implementation. Current global navigation satellite systems (GNSSs) are mainly located in ...

Soil Microbial Community Structure and Aflatoxin Contamination of Peanuts 

Sudini, Hari Kishan (2009-08-06)
Potential management of the soilborne Aspergillus flavus and A. parasiticus fungi, a food contaminate that causes human and animal health problem, may be possible through maintaining an appropriate soil microbial diversity. ...

Soil Organic Matter Characterization and CO2 Flux in Long-Term Experiments 

Kumi, Anthony (2011-07-27)
Increasing global concentration of atmospheric CO2 predating the beginning of industrial era mostly due to fossil fuel combustion, deforestation and changes in land management has necessitated studies that will quantify ...

A Soil Quality Index for Alabama 

Bosarge, Tabitha (2015-08-21)
Soil quality is how well soil performs the functions expected of it. Many of Alabama’s agricultural soils are considered poor quality due to compaction, excessive runoff, a history of severe erosion, low soil organic matter, ...