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  • Bard, Branville G., Jr. (2014-05)
    Racial profiling has been studied, analyzed, and been the subject of policy formulation for some period of time now; the assessment conducted herein yielded interesting and informative data on the subject of ‘Racial ...
  • Washington Woman's Club; Last Cabinet Chapter U.D.C. (Washington, Ga. : Last Cabinet Chapter U.D.C., 1929)
    This text contains a series of rare recipes from Washington-Wilkes as published by Last Cabinet Chapter U.D.C., Washington Ga. Sponsored by the Washington Woman's Club.
  • Adhikari, Arjun (2012-09-20)
    A primarily taxonomical study was conducted to assess the distribution of diatoms after the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, April 20, 2010. The study is focused on the possible effects of the ...
  • Tobin, Thomas J. (Conference on Instructional Technologies, Innovations, and Educational Strategies, 2016)
  • Wright, Laura; Holt, Michael (Southeastern Library Association, 2012-10-01)
    Three factors influence an academic library’s decision to interact with the community; a need expressed from the community, the mission of the library, and a response to a specific problem (Schneider 2003). Odum Library ...
  • Ward, April; Charles, Mara; Barlow, Amanda; Randolph, Crystal; Myers-Jennings, Corine; Hannibal, Ruth Renee (Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University, 2016)
    Readability And Its Effects On Standardized Assessment Outcomes. April Ward; Mara Charles; Amanda Barlow; Crystal Randolph,Corine Myers-Jennings, Ruth Renee Hannibal
  • Durden, Olivia T. (2006-05)
    The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between student participation in a remedial reading class, with computer-based instruction (NovaNet), and student achievement and attitudes toward reading.
  • Brantley, Lydia (2001-12)
    Helping children to become better readers is a tremendous responsibility faced by educators today. With students of varying abilities, reaching each child requires training, time, and dedication. The goal of this study was ...
  • Brantley, Lydia J. (Valdosta State University College of Education, 2002)
    Helping children to become better readers is a tremendous responsibility faced by educators today. With students of varying abilities, reaching each child requires training, time, and dedication. The goal of this study was ...
  • State of Georgia, Glynn County (Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 2020, 1818)
    Record of deed notes, Glynn County, 1818. Handwritten record in pencil on Sam C. Atkinson, Attorney at Law stationery. Regarding Brusnwick Harbor and Land Company, Sacrlett Huster, Robert Bryson, Redmond Booker, Floyd ...
  • State of Georgia, Camden County (Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 2020, 1882-12-04)
    Record of deeds, Camden County, 1882. Handwritten record of deeds in pencil. Isabel Adams to E.J. Stafford, for tracts of land on Crow Harbor Island, Camden County, Georgia. December 4, 1882. 1 page.
  • State of Georgia, Wayne County (Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 2020, 1909)
    Record of deeds, Wayne County, c.1829-1904. Cataloged entries of land records from the Georgia Title Guarantor's Company, of Atlanta, Ga. "Abstract of Title to Lot No. 30, second district." Recorded in Wayne County, Georgia. ...
  • State of Georgia, Glynn County (Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 2020, 1892-02-09)
    Record of Land Deed, Glynn County, 1892. Handwritten record in pencil on "Sam C. Atkinson Attorney at Law" stationery. Dr. A. DeLoach to William Riley, about 500 acres; Jas Hamilton, William Jones, James Butler, [illegible]. ...
  • State of Georgia, Camden County (Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 2020, 1893-02-27)
    Record regarding deed, Camden County[?] 1893. Handwritten notes in pencil on loose, torn, ruled paper with columns. Heirs of John [illegible] from William S. Tison. 465 acres. Camden County[inferred], Georgia. February 27, ...
  • Easton, Abigail M. (2020)
    One of the most critical influences in American voting behavior is the political split between urban, suburban, and rural areas. Political analysts have discussed the importance of understanding the differences in ideological ...
  • Howard, Brittany Leigh (2011-07-21)
    This thesis deals with the New Woman's struggle to find a place within a society that could not entertain the concept of independent femininity. To Victorians, to be female was to be dependent, and therefore the idea of a ...
  • Willis, Angela Rainey (2013-08-13)
    Assessing developmental writing differs from assessing writing of students prepared for college writing. Because developmental writers are beginning writers, they require instructional assessment that will guide and prepare ...
  • Hastin, Brianna L.; Robinson, Chamori I.; Conner, Lauren M.; Siironen, Samantha G. (2020)
    In the world of advancing medicine and technology, healthcare continues to evolve and adapt. However, like any evolutionary process, there are flaws. For example, prevalence of pressure ulcers in the elderly community ...
  • King-Spezzo, Vincent; King-Spezzo, Amanda; Papa, Gina (Valdosta State University, 2012-02-20)
    This presentation will focus on best practices and lessons learned during plagiarism prevention implementation at an institutional level and within a collaborative setting. We will begin with a discussion of the importance ...
  • Raval, Nimisha (2018-09)
    Colleges and universities across the nation are diligently working to identify academic hindrances that affect student retention and graduation. The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of redesigned remedial ...