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    • Mad Squirrel Keeping it Rural: Reflecting on Twenty Years of Hip-hop Environmental Awareness and Advocacy 

      Harrison, Anthony Kwame; Pace, Ahad (2022-04-28)
      In this autobiographical piece, I reflect on my twenty-year history as an emcee working at the intersection of hip hop and environmental awareness. Since summer 2000, I have recorded and performed environmentally situated ...
    • Race, School Discipline, and Magnet Schools 

      Kitchens, Karin E.; Brodnax, NaLette (2021-07)
      School environment plays an important role in student outcomes. Increasingly, research has also highlighted the role school environment plays in the White-Black suspension gap. We test whether magnet schools reduce the ...
    • Measuring the motivational climate in an online course: A case study using an online survey tool to promote data-driven decisions 

      Jones, Brett D.; Fenerci-Soysal, Hande; Wilkins, Jesse L. M. (Elsevier, 2022-12)
      Creating a positive motivational climate in an online course can engage students in their learning. Instructors may be able to better manage their courses and create a positive motivational climate if they implement online ...
    • News2Note, April 2022 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2022-04)
      The April 2022 issue of News2Note, the academic newsletter of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, published monthly during the academic year.
    • Motivational Climate Predicts Student Evaluations of Teaching: Relationships Between Students’ Course Perceptions, Ease of Course, and Evaluations of Teaching 

      Jones, Brett D.; Miyazaki, Yasuo; Li, Mingyun; Biscotte, Stephen (American Educational Research Association, 2022-02-23)
      Student evaluations of teaching (SETs) are important at most colleges and universities. One purpose of this study was to determine the extent to which motivational climate was associated with SETs. Another purpose was to ...
    • Moving Beyond the Native-Speaker Bias in the Analysis of Variable Gender Marking 

      Gudmestad, Aarnes; Edmonds, Amanda; Metzger, Thomas (2021-08-09)
      In the current study, we respond to calls for reform in second language acquisition that center on the field's preoccupation with native-speaker and prescriptive targets as a benchmark for additional-language learning. In ...
    • Resisting the Trauma Story: Ethical Concerns in the Oral History Archive 

      Randall, Katherine; Powell, Katrina M.; Shadle, Brett M. (Living Refugee Archive, University of East London, 2020)
      This short article presents an oral history project undertaken with refugees resettled in Southwest Virginia. From this project has emerged an understanding of refugees as curators of a personal archive of stories. A ...
    • Perceptual and Number Effects on Students’ Initial Solution Strategies in an Interactive Online Mathematics Game 

      Lee, Ji-Eun; Hornburg, Caroline Byrd; Chan, Jenny Yun-Chen; Ottmar, Erin (PsychOpen, 2022-03-31)
      This study investigated the effects of 1) proximal grouping of numbers, 2) problem-solving goals to make 100, and 3) prior knowledge on students’ initial solution strategies in an interactive online mathematics game. In ...
    • Old Southern Codes in New Legal Bottles? Sexual Harassment, Race, and Masculinity 

      Butler, John Sibley; Schmidtke, James M.; Brown, Letisha Engracia Cardoso; Stephens, Bryan (Springer Nature, 2022-03-05)
      Historically, old southern codes were used to regulate the interactions between black males and white females. We draw parallels between these codes and current sexual harassment laws to examine the perceptions of sexual ...
    • Internet Addiction, Cognitive, and Dispositional Factors among US Adults 

      Devine, Diana; Ogletree, Aaron M.; Shah, Priti; Katz, Benjamin (Elsevier, 2022-05)
      While a growing body of literature has examined internet addiction in the context of psychological factors, most of this work has focused on younger populations outside of the United States. A sample of 898 US adults ranging ...
    • News2Note, March 2022 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2022-03)
      The March 2022 issue of News2Note, the academic newsletter of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, published monthly during the academic year.
    • Same Scandal, Different Standards: The Effect of Partisanship on Expectations of News Reports about Whistleblowers 

      Duncan, Megan A.; Perryman, Mallory; Shaughnessy, Brittany (Taylor & Francis, 2021-06-19)
      This experiment (N = 591) tests whether audiences adjust their standards for what qualifies as fair journalism based the transparency of news editors, the source of the news, and the target of an accusation. In the context ...
    • Folklore Unit_Lesson 19 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2022-01-25)
      This is a component of the Fiction Unit of the place-based language arts curriculum developed by the Appalachian Rural Talent Initiative.
    • Folklore Unit_Lesson 18 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2022-01-25)
      This is a component of the Fiction Unit of the place-based language arts curriculum developed by the Appalachian Rural Talent Initiative.
    • Folklore Unit_Lesson 17 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2022-01-25)
      This is a component of the Fiction Unit of the place-based language arts curriculum developed by the Appalachian Rural Talent Initiative.
    • Folklore Unit_Lesson 16 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2022-01-25)
      This is a component of the Fiction Unit of the place-based language arts curriculum developed by the Appalachian Rural Talent Initiative.
    • Folklore Unit_Lesson 15 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2022-01-25)
      This is a component of the Fiction Unit of the place-based language arts curriculum developed by the Appalachian Rural Talent Initiative.
    • Folklore Unit_Lesson 14 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2022-01-25)
      This is a component of the Fiction Unit of the place-based language arts curriculum developed by the Appalachian Rural Talent Initiative.
    • Folklore Unit_Lesson 13 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2022-01-25)
      This is a component of the Fiction Unit of the place-based language arts curriculum developed by the Appalachian Rural Talent Initiative.
    • Folklore Unit_Lesson 12 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2022-01-25)
      This is a component of the Fiction Unit of the place-based language arts curriculum developed by the Appalachian Rural Talent Initiative.