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Kent State University

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  1. Accordance Bible Software in Reading and Teaching: The Difference a Digital Text Makes


  2. Historic Christianity and the Redevelopment of the 21st Century Academic Library


  3. The Relationship between Community Religious Beliefs and Community Level of Public Library Development in the United States: An Empirical Analysis


  4. Memorializing Religion: Crowdsourcing, Minorities, and the Quest for Identity in Online Archives


  5. Information Processing in Bible Study Groups


  6. Shamanic Knowledge: The Challenge to Information Science


  7. The Conversing God: Exploring Trinitarian Information Transfer from the Perspective of Gordon Pask’s Conversation Theory


  8. A Methodology for Studying the Information Seeking Behavior of Catholic Clergy


  9. Using Semantic Technologies to Analyze the Semantic Orientation of Religious Sermons: A Validation of the Early Work of McLaughlin


  10. The Denial of Relevance: Avoidance, Awakening, & Guidance


  11. The Word and Words in the Abrahamic Faiths


  12. Exploring the Mental Health Information Needs of Clergy


  13. Advances in the Study of Information and Religion 2011


  14. Jerry Lewis Oral History


    Dr. Jerry Lewis, Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Kent State University, begins his oral history by discussing his experiences on campus after his arrival in 1966. He describes events and the general atmosphere during these years leading up to the May 4, 1970, shootings on campus and talks about the Black United Students (BUS), the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), protests that took place, the University administration’s response, and the formation of the faculty marshals. An eyewitness to the shootings, he goes on to describe his experiences and observations from the days surrounding the shootings. He talks about his...

  15. Peter Jedick Oral History


    Peter (Pete) Jedick was an undergraduate student at Kent State University from 1967 to 1971. He was an eyewitness to the shootings on May 4, 1970; he was on the opposite side of the Commons when the shootings occurred. He relates his memories from the days leading up to the shootings and details his experiences on May 4. He also discusses the youth movement of the 1960s and 1970s, as well as the Kent State shootings, in relation to his 1998 book, Hippies, which is based partially on actual events.

  16. White Hall Exterior with Students


    Two students chat outside of White Hall.

  17. University School Art Class


    A student teacher (?) sits on the floor looking at student art projects in the University School.

  18. Nixson Hall Exterior


    A woman enters Nixson Hall.

  19. Gym Annex Interior


    Staff clean the floors of the Gym Annex courts.

  20. City of Kent, Main and Depeyster Streets


    The corner of East Main Street and Depeyster Street looking West, before the theater was built.

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