June 2009 Archives

EdPsy dissertations

Here are some recent examples of EdPsy dissertations (Educational Psychology) from the University Digital Conservancy (UDC):

2009:

Title:  Moral judgment, role concepts, and empathic response as predictors of dental student clinical effectiveness.

Authors:  Monson, Verna


Title: A validation study of the Korean version of the Minnesota Self-Determination Scales (K-MSDS) for adults with intellectual disabilities.

Authors:  Cho, Jaehyun


Title: General outcome measures of beginning handwriting development.

Authors:  Bradfield, Tracy Artemis


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EdPa dissertations

Here are some examples of recent EdPa dissertations ( Educational Policy and Administration) from the University Digital Conservancy (UDC):

2009:

Title: International sojourns and acquired disabilities as intercultural experiences: a journey of personal transformation.

Authors: Voigts, Jessica


Title: Are our efforts worthwhile? international students' perceptions of a project-based program designed to internationaize higher education.

Authors:  Chaparro, Debra Payne


Title:  Assessing the intercultural sensitivity of elementary teachers in bilingual schools in a Texas school district.

Authors:  Bayles, Peggy Porterfield


Title: Educators' understandings of white privilege and its impact on professional roles.

Authors: Mitchell, Lorraine Marie


Title:  Analysis of the relationship between internationalization and the quality of higher education.

Authors:  Jang, Ji-Yeung


Title: Diminished aspiration: women central office administrators and the superintendency.

Authors:  Ottino, Krista Leigh


Title:  An analysis of the relationship between K-5 elementary school teachers' perceptions of principal instructional leadership and their science teaching efficacy.

Authors: Clark, Ian


Title: Teacher perceptions of the influence of principal instructional leadership on school culture: a case study of the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India.

Authors: DuPont, Jonathan Payne


Title:  Perceptions of gender and leader emergence in virtual groups.

Authors:  Shollenberger, Sindie Lynn


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Dissertations

Would you like to browse recent U of M dissertations?  Our dissertation collection has gone digital!

The University Digital Conservancy (UDC) offers access to most recent U of M dissertations. 

UDC Dissertation Collection

We also subscribe to Digital Dissertations.  (Proquest Dissertations & Theses)

You can find information about dissertations from many schools in the U.S. and world.   U of M dissertations and those from other Big 10 schools can be downloaded from 1997-.

Paper copies of many older U of M dissertations are kept in Wilson Library and the MLAC storage facility.  Search MNCAT by the author name or dissertation title to find the location information.

If we don't have a copy of a dissertation available, we may be able to borrow a copy for you using Interlibrary Loan

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About the blog

The Educ, SLHS & Psyc @ the library blog is by Laurel Haycock, Librarian for Education, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences, & Psychology at the University of Minnesota Libraries, Minneapolis MN.


You can contact me at (email):  Laurel Haycock or edlib


The blog features library updates, tips, and notes of interest for faculty, staff, and student in EdPa, EdPsy, ICD, Psy, SLHS departments, and other interested readers.




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