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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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Tendencies toward Problem-Setting and Problem-Solving: A Study of Operations Derived from Motivation Strategies

This study addresses how individual orientations in homogeneous groups have an effect on user centered design in open-ended design tasks. Highlighting differences contributes to understanding challenges in innovation activities.

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Developing Optimal Subject Representation for Adult Non-fiction Public Library Collections: The Intersections of Hermeneutics and Technology

This paper explains methods through which public library collections can represent broad domains of knowledge and meet user needs based on hermeneutic methods of collection analysis.

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Published online: October 10, 2014

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The Epistemological Implications of the Information Revolution: From Representation to Information Processing

Normative epistemology defines knowledge as true-justified-belief i.e. accurate representation of reality in true propositions. This paper argue that knowing is a process of accumulating insights through information processing

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Published online: October 10, 2014

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Online Reflectance Transformational Imaging: Viewing Capabilities and Benefits in a Specialized Academic Digital Library

This paper will focus on the implementation and benefits of Reflection Transformational Imaging (RTI) technology in a specialized academic digital image library.

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Published online: July 25, 2014

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New Engineering Technology Applications and Change of Lifestyle: A Case Study on Street Furniture Design for Night Life

The paper has mainly discussed the relationship between nightlife and street furniture in terms of technological influence and social impact.

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Published online: July 25, 2014

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Ethical Dilemmas Faced by Multinational Corporations in Culturally Diverse Markets

The research examines how Multinational codes of conduct have responded to rapidly changing ethical environments brought about by globalization accelerated through the proliferation of information technology.

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Published online: June 26, 2014

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Developing Mobile Telephone and Internet Usage in South Sudan: ICT Impact on Rural Communication Practices

South Sudanese refugees of the US-based “Lost Boys of Sudan” drive a mixed method study of self-reported usage, frequency, and opinions of textual and electronic information communication technologies (ICTs).

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Published online: June 26, 2014

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