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    Melton, Jason Lamar
    In the fall semester of the 2016 academic year, I conducted a semester-long self study investigating students’ perceptions of the efficacy of an integrated Digital Literacy Workshop (DLW) scaffolding model. The participants were 23 students enrolled i . . .
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    Lund, Mary Graham
    Part of a retrospective digitization project.
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    Jacobson., Lenore F.
    Part of a retrospective digitization project.
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    Kronick, Shirley.
    Part of a retrospective digitization project.
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    Schmidt, Gwendolyn Elizabeth
    Part of a retrospective digitization project.
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    Wehrman, Ann Caviness
    These deeply autobiographical poems explore primary areas of my life thus far: childhood memories, past and current relationships, abuse and healing, artistic expression, and spirituality and religion. The manuscript title refers to the dragon of Fran . . .
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    Jenks, Eleanor Cesander
    It was the purpose of this candidate to write a volume of poetry, entitled The Froward Mouth and Other Poems. The Froward Mouth may be described as a long lyric with a background narrative depicting the tragic degeneration through loss of moral restra . . .
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    Micsa, Carmen
    In my memoir, I analyze the topic of freedom: personal, political, philosophical, and psychological freedom. Through my immigration journey to the United States from my native country Romania I explore the multi-faceted notions of freedom, as I grappl . . .
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    Wilson, Tara
    The interesting thing about writing is that language is alive and evolves through interpretation and memory. As in quantum mechanics and calculating the exact position of a photon, being both wave and particle, the exact meaning of a word, being both . . .
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    Perry, Brian Phillip
    Through a series of interrelated short stories, Makeup presents a variety of relationships spanning the human existence from unborn child to old age. These relationships all suffer from our natural inclination to cover up the truths about each other a . . .