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IGI Global, a medium sized independent publisher, is pleased to announce our new Emerging Topic e-Collections.
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Through the University of North Texas’ investment in IGI Global e-Collections, the institution was able to support publishing the Handbook of Research on the Global View of Open Access and Scholarly Communications, edited by Dr. Daniel Gelaw Alemneh, from this institution, under diamond OA. Additionally, this initiative is providing unlimited OA article processing charge and chapter processing charge waivers for their institution.
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With the continuing upheaval in the job market of employees leaving en-masse, many are familiar with a chorus of employers asking, “Why?”
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Exceptional education, otherwise known as special education, has been plagued with deficit thinking and practices that have limited the growth of students from culturally and linguistically diverse background. Because of this, marginalized students have often been placed inappropriately in more restrictive learning environments early in education, resulting in placing limitations on these students based on perceptions.
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With each passing day, there are more and more trending research topics that are considered popular and highly profitable as they are at the forefront of the academic community’s focus. However, there are even more research topics that are considered less mainstream, in fact quite niche, but no less important.
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Recently, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) sent out a public service announcement warning about the rising trend in a romance cryptocurrency scam with more than 1,800 complaints and US$ 120,000 million being lost in 2021 alone. These scams are conducted by con artists utilizing dating applications and/or social media to build an online relationship with their victims.
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The COVID-19 pandemic impacted every facet of global society. Many industries were disrupted and had to learn new skills and strategies to adapt to the “new normal” for the sake of health, safety, and economic stability. In the wake of this historic pandemic, researchers examined not only the actions taken during the pandemic, but also studied the possible strategies to pursue in future times of crisis.
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Dr. RaMonda Horton works as an associate professor in the speech-language pathology program at Midwestern University in Downers Grove, Illinois. Dr. Horton’s research, teaching, and service interests are in the areas of early language development and disorders, school-based services, and multicultural and social justice issues in communication disorders. She recently published Critical Perspectives on Social Justice in Speech-Language Pathology and hosted a webinar with her contributing authors that was met with great success.
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Recently, Inside Higher Ed and Hanover Research did a survey of over 180 college and university provosts and chief academic officers to fully understand the impacts of the pandemic on higher education.
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Guest Interview Series by Dr. Danny Glick from University of California, Irvine, USA.
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Researcher Claims Hacking U.S. President Twitter Account, Bitcoin Scam Overtakes Celebrity Accounts, and Twitter’s Massive Outage
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