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Where Do Student Outcomes Begin? Developing Professional and Personal Management Skills as a Strategy for Student Success in the First Computing Course and Beyond.

@article{Humpherys2015WhereDS,
  title={Where Do Student Outcomes Begin? Developing Professional and Personal Management Skills as a Strategy for Student Success in the First Computing Course and Beyond.},
  author={Sean L. Humpherys and Jeffry Stephen Babb and Amjad Abdullat},
  journal={Information Systems Education Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={4-26}
}
This project aims to expose information educators to various aspects of cyberbullying for the purpose of policy development in an environment of higher education. The preponderance of nation-wide research on cyberbullying is concentrated on adolescents; such efforts in college campuses are limited to individual endeavors. Cyberbullying research on college campuses lacks a unified definition of the concept. Although the states mandated most school districts to develop and enact some sort of… 
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