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Associations between Caregiver and Child Self-Regulation
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2021)
Self-regulation, the control of behavior through self-monitoring, self- evaluation, and self- reinforcement, enable a child to manage their behavior and emotions in adaptive ways. This skill is key for school eadiness, ...
Obesity prevention and control strategies in Latin American and United States Latino populations [Abstract]
Abstract of a paper presented at the International Conference and Exhibition on Obesity & Weight Management, 2012: Latinos are the largest and fastest growing ethnically diverse group in the U.S.; they are also the most ...
Effect of information technology and informatics on the treatment and control of type 2 diabetes [Abstract]
Abstract of a paper presented at the 16th Global Diabetes Conference & Medicare Expo, 2017: Diabetes is the fourth cause of death in the United States. Both IT and HI have been applied in the management of diabetes but ...
Web-based applications for prioritizing health : a case study of 27 capital cities in Brazil 2006-2012 [Abstract]
Abstract of a paper presented at the 2nd Health International Conference on Health Informatics and Technology, 2015: Introduction: Because public health funds are limited, programs need to be prioritized. We developed two ...
Establishing Personal and Corporate Name Headings with RDA
Behind-the-scenes metadata work assists our users in finding library resources. Determining the searchable form of names for people and corporate entities (aka authority work) is an important part of this metadata work. A ...
OCLC : an overview of interesting and useful products and services
From WorldShare Management Services (WMS) to the Digital Collection Gateway to the new Library 100, OCLC products and services continue to expand and to provide opportunities for increasing access to library collections. ...
Developing an OER textbook : the fun, the frustrations, and the progress
Hoping to improve on available options with a high quality, locally created free resource, the presenters received UM system funding and support to coordinate the creation of an open educational resource (OER) textbook. ...
RDA basics to get you started
Resource Description and Access (RDA), first implemented in 2013, introduced several changes to descriptive cataloging guidelines. Whereas many libraries were early adopters of RDA, there are still libraries who have not ...
BB&T Lecture, Radford University, 2015
Presentation slides from the Fall 2015 BB&T Global Capitalism Lecture at Radford University, given by Brady Deaton. "Brady J. Deaton, chancellor emeritus at the University of Missouri, addressed the resilience of global ...
Food revolutions : how science changed the way we eat, 1700-present
This lecture by Ingolf Gruen shows how innovations in food science, the availability of seasonings, and other inventions have changed they way we eat from 1700 to the present.
J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library Anniversary Symposium slide show
Powerpoint photo slideshow depicting events at the J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library Anniversary Symposium.
Helping Schools Select and Implement Empirically Supported Practices in Prevention
School districts are inundated with innovation. Ongoing developments in academic and social-emotional curriculum, combined with external pressures to improve student outcomes, create challenges for districts to make informed ...
2009 Hog Market Outlook
This presentation gives an outlook of the hog market in 2009. 2009 should be a good year for producers. Supply of meats will be down. Unfortunately, meat demand is very weak.
Economics of Manure Management
(University of Missouri Extension, 2010)
This presentation allows users to obtain an estimate of the cost (both time and money) of transporting and land applying manure to fields using a specified complement of equipment.
More Than a Melody : Providing graphical subject access to sheet music
This presentation provided an overview of sheet music graphics and subject access in the areas of local and national history, race, love, animals and nature, performers and actors, and many others. It was presented at the ...
Supporting the Development of Science Teacher Leaders - Where Do We Begin?
Teacher leadership has been recognized as a necessary ingredient to support educational reform efforts. Leaders provide the needed expertise to ensure reforms are successful in promoting student learning. The overarching ...
Making Time for the Library: Adventures in Integrating Information Literacy in the Curriculum
This presentation provided an overview of information literacy methods and practices for teaching undergraduate and graduate music students. It was presented at Joint Meeting of the Music Library Association and the Society ...