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    • Cloud Forecasting: Legal Visibility Issues in Saturated Environments 

      Brown, Adam J.; Glisson, William Bradley; Andel, Todd R.; Choo, Kim-Kwang Raymond (Computer Law & Security Review, 2018)
      The advent of cloud computing has brought the computing power of corporate data pro- cessing and storage centers to lightweight devices. Software-as-a-service cloud subscribers enjoy the convenience of personal devices ...
    • Identifying stealth malware using CPU power consumption and learning algorithms 

      Lucket, Patrick; McDonald, J. Todd; Glisson, William B.; Benton, Ryan; Dawson, Joel; Doyle, Blair A. (Journal of Computer Security, 2018)
      With the increased assimilation of technology into all aspects of everyday life, rootkits pose a credible threat to individuals, corporations, and governments. Using various techniques, rootkits can infect systems and ...
    • The Monster's Language Acquisition in Mary Shelly's Frankenstein: How Far is Fiction from Fact? 

      Halmari, Helena (2016-09)
      A presentation was given by Dr. Helena Halmari on the monster's acquisition of language in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, with special reference to how this process differs from what happens in reality when children acquire ...
    • The Competency-Based Movement in Student Affairs: Implications for Curriculum and Professional Development 

      Eaton, Paul William (Journal of College Student Development, 2016)
      This paper examines the limitations and possibilities of the emerging competency-based movement in Student Affairs. Utilizing complexity theory and postmodern educational theory as guiding frameworks, examination of the ...
    • We Need To Talk: Digital Practices & Ethics in Our Profession 

      Eaton, Paul W.; Pasquini, Laura A.; Ahlquist, Josie (2018 ACPA Convention, 2018-03-12)
      As Student Affairs educators leverage technology for professional practice, we have failed to discuss how our digital lives intersect with our work lives. This competency-based, case study guide is designed to facilitate ...
    • Whole Learning: Student Affairs' Challenge to College Curriculums 

      Eaton, Paul William (Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 2014)
      Discussions and understandings of college curriculums are focused almost exclusively on the academic experience. Such framing of discourses on college curriculums began in the 17th century and continue through today’s ...
    • Social Media as Everyday Practice: Reflections on Multiplicitous ~ Becoming ~ Activist 

      Eaton, Paul W. (Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis, 2017)
      Highlighting my own daily social media practices as an example, I will unpack the various tensions and possibilities associated with being a scholar and social media activist as everyday practice. In what I refer to as ...
    • Tag-Untag :Two Critical Readings of Race, Ethnicity, and Class in Digital Social Media 

      Eaton, Paul W. (Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affirs, 2016)
      This article utilizes post-qualitative inquiry, providing two critical readings – one from a critical-cultural poststructural perspective (rooted in intersectionality theory) and one from a critical posthumanist perspective ...
    • Nomadic Subjectivity: Movement in contemporary student development theory 

      Smithers, Laura Elizabeth; Eaton, Paul William (Thresholds in Education, 2017)
      This essay opens space for movement in higher education~student affairs by using post-structural philosophy as a counterweight to balance the corpus of student development theories that create and inscribe in/dividualized ...
    • Higher Education and Emerging Technologies: Student Usage, Preferences, and Lessons for Library Services 

      Cassidy, Erin Dorris; Britsch, James; Griffin, Glenda; Manolovitz, Tyler; Shen, Lisa; Turney, Linda (Reference and User Services Association of the American Library Association (Reference & User Services Quarterly), 2011)
      This study examines the utilization and preference of popular Internet and communication technologies among students at Sam Houston State University (SHSU), a Carnegie Research Doctoral university in East Texas. The ...
    • To Whom Are We Listening? Measuring the Pulse of Geography Education Research, 2010 

      Albert, Donald Patrick; Cassidy, Erin Dorris (Gilbert M. Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education, 2017)
      This study analyzes citations from thirty-six articles published in volume 34 (2010) of the Journal of Geography in Higher Education (JGHE). This is one of the dominant publications in the suite of international journals ...
    • Faculty-Librarian Micro-Level Collaboration in an Online Graduate History Course 

      Hendrickson, Kenneth E.; Cassidy, Erin Dorris (Elsevier (Journal of Academic Librarianship), 2013-11)
      This paper describes a micro-level faculty-librarian collaboration implemented at the authors' state university to address students' information literacy deficiencies in a graduate-level history research methods course. ...
    • Student Searching with EBSCO Discovery: A Usability Study 

      Cassidy, Erin Dorris; Jones, Glenda; McMain, Lynn; Shen, Lisa; Vieira, Scott (Taylor & Francis (Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship), 2014)
      The researchers conducted task-based usability testing of the EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) with 20 students. While most participants felt positively about EDS, a few usability issues emerged. Confusion arose regarding ...
    • Not in Love, or Not in the Know? Graduate Student and Faculty Use (and Non-Use) of E-Books 

      Cassidy, Erin Dorris; Martinez, Michelle; Shen, Lisa (Elsevier (Journal of Academic Librarianship), 2012)
      This study focuses on usage of electronic books (e-books) among advanced researchers, including graduate students and faculty, at a four-year academic institution. The researchers aimed to highlight differences in behavior, ...
    • Off the Shelf: Trends in the Purchase and Use of Electronic Reference Books 

      Korah, Abe; Cassidy, Erin Dorris; Elmore, Eric; Jerabek, Ann (Taylor & Francis (Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship), 2009)
      What is the future direction of reference books? What types of policies are libraries implementing regarding the purchase of electronic reference books? Are libraries still buying hard copy reference items when an electronic ...
    • Open Education, Open Opportunities 

      Cassidy, Erin Dorris (2017-03-09)
    • Head First into the Patron-Driven Acquisition Pool: A Comparison of Librarian Selections Versus Patron Purchases 

      Shen, Lisa; Cassidy, Erin Dorris; Elmore, Eric; Griffin, Glenda; Manolovitz, Tyler; Martinez, Michelle; Turney, Linda (Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship (Taylor & Francis), 2011)
      Although many recent studies have been conducted on the implementation and results of patron-driven acquisition (PDA) initiatives at academic libraries, very few have focused on whether, or how, patrons’ selections vary ...
    • Students and Federated Searching: A Survey of Use and Satisfaction 

      Korah, Abe; Cassidy, Erin Dorris (Reference and User Services Association of the American Library Association, 2010)
      This study assessed student use of and satisfaction with a WebFeat brand federated search tool implemented by the library at Sam Houston State University. Students voluntarily responded to an electronic survey, providing ...
    • Are Serials Worth Their Weight in Knowledge? A Value Study 

      Jones, Glenda Flanagan; Cassidy, Erin Dorris; McMain, Lynn; Strickland, Susan; Thompson, Molly; Valdes, Zachary (Journal of Academic Librarianship (Elsevier), 2015-09)
      The researchers aimed to use qualitative measures to define value as applied to print and electronic serial publications held at Sam Houston State University. Researchers examined faculty key activities—namely, Research, ...
    • Collecting Sex Materials for Libraries 

      Martinez, Michelle; Landry Mueller, Kat; Cassidy, Erin Dorris; Shen, Lisa; Thompson, Molly; Valdes, Zach (Taylor & Francis Group, 2017-02-21)
      This article analyzes data gathered over a year-long survey of library employees’ opinions of sexually related materials in library collections. Surveys generally examine patron attitudes rather than the attitudes of library ...