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    • 12 regularly features service learning, students’ participation in service learning is noted on transcripts, outstanding students receive service-learning scholarships, awards and commencement regalia and faculty are eligible for grants or...
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    • 13. Enrollment considerations: A. Enrollment restrictions (for items indicated, explain in the space below) class level requirement majors only non majors only not open to students who have completed similar course; similar courses to be...
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    • 14 Note: This figure is adapted from “Computer Forensics Education” by Yasinsac, A., Erbacher F. R., Marks G. D., Pollitt M. M. & Sommer M. P. (2003). IEEE Security & Privacy, 1(4), 15-23. ªComputer Network Forensics. According to this model,...
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    • 14 Physical Education Physical education is a curricular area offered in schools that provides students with physical activity instruction, health-­‐related fitness, and cognitive understanding about physical activity, thereby enabling student to...
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    • 17 2.4 Admission Requirements to Digital Forensics Program Basically, most of the papers or research in digital forensics program only concentrate on the curriculum and seldom touch about the requirements of a student prior to program acceptance...
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    • 18 generate more research. 4. The quantity of students drawn will include high quality students as well. Therefore, it is recommended to train and to educate digital forensics that emphasizes on practical teaching methodology. However, theoretical...
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    • 2 • What concepts and understanding are expected for students prior to entering an advanced chemistry education course? • What standards are missing from the Utah State Core that need to be added into the course to better align with National...
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    • 21 The research questions were as follows (restated from Chapter Two): 1. Does reflection enhance the students’ learning more than the service project itself? 2. Is there a difference in how students select their service sites, become motivated...
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    • 25 by the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research found that the school reported spending 33% less on print marketing, 24% less on newspaper ads, and 17% less on radio and TV ads. All decreases attributed to an increased...
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    • 30 usually it is accomplished by doing research on any topic that touches about digital forensics [URI(b), CER]. The requirements of those programs mentioned above actually depend on the level of the program itself. For instance, if a future...
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    • 4 show the implications of the rate at which each group progresses. Past research has monitored the progress of students, but has concentrated on risk factors and/or just one ability group. The purpose of this study was to examine the academic...
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    • 41 CHAPTER 4 PROPOSED DIGITAL FORENSICS CURRICULUM MODEL 4.1 Introduction The purpose of this chapter is to discuss and propose Baccalaureate and Master digital forensics program in higher education. The first section will discuss the...
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    • 41 References Albert, L. S. (2004).Universities at their best. Education Digest, 23, 14-19. Astin, A. W. (1985). Achieving educational excellence. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Astin, A. W. (1997). Liberal education and democracy: The case for...
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    • 5 administrator, the skills coach, the special education teachers, and if needed, the district psychologist. The researcher worked closely with the skills coach in order to effectively implement the improvement plan. The school administrator aided...
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    • 6 “revitalize interest in campus service and service-learning with a national initiative to promote service among undergraduate students” (National Service-Learning Clearinghouse, 2008, 1). The years 1989-1997 were also filled with national...
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    • 77 Appendix G Varsity Outreach’s Facebook survey of undergraduate and graduate institutions nationwide. Varsity Outreach. (2011). Facebook and admissions: a closer look at how college admissions offices use facebook. Retrieved June 21, 2012,...
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    • 81 Appendix H The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research 2011-2012 study of social media use among four year accredited undergraduate schools from all across the country. Varsity Outreach. (2011). Facebook and...
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    • 82 a policy and that 19% of the undergraduate admissions officer report they did not know if any such policy existed at their school. • 29% of the schools surveyed report having NO social media plan in place for their Admission Office and an...
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    • 85 [FOW(n.d.)] [Gen(n.d.)] [Got(n.d.)] Gottschalk, L., Liu, J., Dathan, B., Fitzgerald, S. & Stein, M. Computer Forensics Programs in Higher Education: A...


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