Browse by Subject "Methodology"
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(2010-08-31)For the past thirty years, educators, researchers, parents, employers, policy-makers, and the popular press have been concerned about the gender gap in computing. Remarkably, there is little evidence of a similar scale of ...
(2012-06-27)This thesis serves as an exploration of my personal lived experiences and contextualizes them within broader discourses of Black Feminist Thought. The purpose of this paper is to interrogate what my lived experiences say ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1992)The various stages of a survey sampling, questionnaire design, and data collection all present potential problems. Decisions about sampling include the type and size of the sample as well as the selection of the population ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1991)This paper reviews the origins of the unobtrusive method of evaluating reference service in libraries, setting the method in a theoretical and organizational context. Drawing examples from the more than sixty studies ...
The use of communicative language teaching (CLT): Turkish EFL teachers’ perceived difficulties in implementing CLT in Turkey (2010-05-19)CLT has been widely explored and studied by many researchers in the field of English language teaching. There have been many studies conducted on the use of CLT in EFL settings. However, there are only few studies in number ...
Why is Evaluating Usability of Privacy Designs So Hard? Lessons Learned from a User Study of PRISM (2009-02-08)Privacy is a thorny issue that affects all information systems designed for interpersonal interaction and awareness. Theoretical insights regarding privacy and user experience in a variety of systems have produced ...