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Jennifer M. Cunningham, Department of English, Kent State University at Stark, presented "An Underrepresented Literacy: Analyzing Digital African American Language Among Text Messages" at the Watson Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, on Oct. 16, 2014.
Rebecca Meehan, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, presented a poster titled “Use of Electronic Health Records in LTPAC: Qualitative Case Study of Early Adopter Facility” at the 2014 Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Health IT Summit held in June 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Belinda Boon, School of Library and Information Science, presented "Carpe Diem-Seize the Day! Five Things You Can Do NOW to Transform Your Library" at the Texas Library Association District 9 Meeting in Midland, Texas on Sept. 20, 2014.
Marianne Martens, Ph.D., posted a blog entry titled "Cultural Competence in the Digital Realm: #WeNeedDiverseApps!" for the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) on Aug. 9, 2014.
An article written by Daniel Roland, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, has made the most-read articles at the Journal of Religious and Theological Information website. The article is titled "The Response of Mainline Protestant Clergy Members to the Moral Panic Regarding Harry Potter."
Marianne Martens, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, and Dorothy Stoltz, authored "E-Books Enhance Development of the Whole Child Up for Debate" in the School of Library Journal, Aug. 19, 2014.
Jennifer M. Cunningham, Department of English, Kent State University at Stark, authored "Features of Digital African American Language in a Social Network Site," Written Communication, Vol. 31, Issue 4, (2014): 404-433.
Web link: http://wcx.sagepub.com/content/31/4/404.full.pdf?ijkey=pO4CYXxDv5C2znI&keytype=ref
Joseph Hendry, Police Services, authored a magazine article, "Physical Security: Are We Protecting People or Trapping Them?" in Campus Safety, Vol. 22, No. 5, Framingham, Massachusetts: EH Publishing, Inc. Robin Hattersley (Ed.), (2014), 22-23.
Summary: Although access control solutions can save lives, when inappropriately deployed, they could prevent or delay evacuation, placing more people in harm’s way.
Web link: www.campussafetymagazine.com/article/physical_security_are_we_protecting_people_or_trapping_them/blog