Peter C. Kratcoski Sr., Department of Sociology at Kent State University at Stark, authored “Policing: Continuity and Change,” a section of the book Global Issues in Contemporary Policing. The work focuses on global issues in policing, including those pertaining to specialization, education and training, leadership, corruption, discrimination and response to catastrophic events such as natural disasters and terrorism.
Kiersten Latham, Ph.D., School of Information, co-authored the paper “Exploring Fixity,” which was published in Proceedings from the Document Academy in Vol. 3, Issue 2, in December 2016. (Co-author: Jodi Kearns.)
Lae'l Hughes-Watkins, University Libraries Department of Special Collections and Archives, authored an article titled “Between Two Worlds: A Look at the Impact of the Black Campus Movement on the Antiwar Era of 1968–1970 at Kent State University” published in the journal Ohio History. The article reframes the antiwar movement and the Kent State shootings through the lens of race and relies heavily on the narratives of African-American alumni who were on the frontlines of the black campus movement.
Marianne Martens, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, published a guest post titled “Media Mentorship, Diversity and Inclusion, and the Screen Time Symposium” on Oct. 10, 2016, on the Association for Library Service for Children (ALSC) blog.
Lala Hajibayova, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is author of an article titled “Students’ Viewpoint: What Constitutes Presence in an Online Classroom?” published in Cataloguing & Classification Quarterly. (Advance online publication. doi:10.1080/01639374.2016.1241972)
Emad Khazraee, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, authored an article titled “Increasing EHR System Usability Through Standards: Conformance Criteria in the HL7 EHR-System Functional Model” in the Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 69; 2016, 169-173.
Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is co-author (with Tim Gorichanaz, Drexel University) of an article titled “Document Phenomenology: A Framework for Holistic Analysis,” published in the Journal of Documentation (2016), 72:6 , 1114-1133.
Omer Farooq, M.L.I.S. ’12, doctoral student in the College of Communication and Information, and Associate Professor Miriam Matteson, Ph.D., published an article titled “Opportunities and Challenges for Students in an Online Seminar-Style Course in LIS Education: A Qualitative Case Study” in the Journal of Education for Library and Information Science (JELIS), Vol. 57, No. 4 (October 2016).