Building social capital in the academy: The nature and function of support systems in graduate adult education
Roberts N. A., Plakhotnik M. S.
New directions in adult and continuing education: Vol. 122. Social capital and women’s support systems: Networking, learning, and surviving
San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 2009
, , , Современное педагогическое образование 2023 № 3 С. 16-21
The article actualizes the problems of using e-learning, in particular the Moodle system, during a pandemic. The Moodle system is widely used in higher education and is an effective means of integrating traditional and distance learning. The aim of the study is to identify and compare the views of undergraduate and graduate students on the ...
Added: September 3, 2023
Acculturation and adjustment of migrants reporting trauma: The contextual effects of perceived ethnic density.
, , et al., Journal of Community Psychology 2019 Vol. 47 No. 6 P. 1313-1328
Little is known about the relation between acculturation and socioecological contexts of migrants with a personal trauma history living in the community. This study represents an extension of our previous work and aimed to unpack the perceived neighborhood ethnic density (ED) effect and examine the moderating role of ED on the acculturation–adjustment relation in a ...
Added: October 29, 2019
, , et al., , in : Scholarly publishing and research methods across the disciplines. : IGI Global, 2019. Ch. 14. P. 298-316.
Although research and writing for publication are seen as important responsibilities for most graduate students and faculty, many struggle to understand the process and how to succeed. Unfortunately, writing centers at most universities do not cater to the research and publishing needs of graduate students and faculty, but instead to course-specific needs of undergraduate students. ...
Added: October 24, 2019
, , Adult Learning 2012 Vol. 23 No. 2 P. 76-81
Most students come to their graduate programs with academic writing skills insufficient to excel in their studies. A lack of academic writing skills among graduate students has been a problem in a college of education at a large southeastern public research university where the project described in this article was implemented. To address this lack ...
Added: June 9, 2014
, The Connections 2009 Vol. Fall P. 6-7
Added: June 9, 2014
Adjusting inter-censal population estimates for Germany 1987-2011: Approaches and impact on demographic indicators
, , et al., Comparative Population Studies 2018 Vol. 43 P. 31-64
To derive reliable demographic indicators, appropriate data on population exposures are needed. Access to such data is becoming increasingly challenging in many countries due to factors such as the growing diversity of international migration patterns and the trend towards replacing full censuses with register-based censuses. Germany represents a particularly challenging case in this respect. Before ...
Added: October 29, 2018
Acculturation and expectations: Unpacking adjustment mechanisms within the Russian-speaking community in Montreal
, , et al., International Journal of Intercultural Relations 2019 Vol. 68 P. 67-76
Recent years have witnessed a significant growth in the Russian-speaking community in Montreal, Canada. However, little is currently known about the predictors of psychological adjustment in immigrants from the Former Soviet Union (FSU). In this study we explored the expectations that this group of immigrants (N = 271) hoped to fulfill in their adopted society, the extent to which ...
Added: December 18, 2018