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Going Paperless : Gauging User Behavior and Opinion in the Transition to Online University Catalogs
In an effort to transition from paper to web-based catalogs, a Midwest university examined user behavior and preferences with regard to the university's current and potential future catalog formats. This study explored how ...
Electric President : the Media's Effect on College Students' Perception of the Obama Administration
The purpose of this study was to gauge amount and type of electronic media consumed by college students, and to explore relationships between electronic media consumption and perceptions of the Obama Administration.
Sexi Pirate! : Gender and the Social Construction of "Tough but Good" Sociology Professors on RateMyProfessors.com
In the eyes of many students professors who are seen as tough are automatically bad while professors who are seen as easy are automatically good. However there are a few professors who manage to fall in a category of being ...
Exploring Online Course Evaluation Response Rates
Student evaluation is an important tool in higher level learning environments. A shift in higher education from physical classrooms and course evaluations towards more web-based learning environments and evaluation methods ...
Students' Attitudes towards Accents : a Qualitative Study
This present study gathers qualitative data on the attitudes of UWEC students towards professors' accents. The issue of teacher intelligibility is frequently discussed in popular websites, such as ratemyprofessor.com, which ...