Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
West Texas A&M University
Air for Life UK Ltd.
Linford Wood, United Kingdom
KIIT School of Biotechnology
An Assessment of the AFL Mini Sanifier II®
in Terms of Reducing the Incidence of Canine Allergy
With the current unprecedented situation of COVID-19, indoor air-quality has become a major concern all over the world. Air quality has become a greatly challenging issue and millions of people are dying due to polluted, unacceptable air quality in different countries of the world. There is a great demand for an energy efficient air purifier that cleans up the air efficiently. With revolutionary, energy-efficient technology, that is filterless, the AFL Mini II fights impurities by cleaning and sanitising the air and surfaces in rooms up to 330 square feet. This includes nurseries, bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, hotel rooms, aeroplanes, motor homes and more. The long-life UVC lamp fitted in the AFL Mini Sanifier II® destroys germs as they pass through UV light. The light rays react with the nano metal AFLPCO® catalyst to produce an abundance of negative ions, which find and destroy carbon-based molecules including bacteria, viruses and VOCs. Hydrocarbon contaminants are broken down into water and carbon dioxide. The AFL PLASMA® ionisers reduce aero-allergenic particulate matter such as dust, pollen, PM2.5 and pet dander.
Communication Science Disorders
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Speech-Language Pathology and People
Of Color: A Social Justice Perspective
Bridging the gap between racial/ethnic and linguistic minorities and speech services is imperative to building a better foundation for students in need of these services. This paper will inform policy and practice by providing better insight on this issue through a social justice lens not only for the field of Speech-Language Pathology, but the minority communities and their deep-rooted beliefs and experiences that may contribute to this challenged relationship.
Department of Elementary Special Education
Gyeonsangbuk-Do, Republic of Korea
Forest Hills High School
Queens, New York
Queens High School for the Sciences at York College
Jamaica, New York
The Impact of COVID-19 on Students’ Perceptions of
Imposter Syndrome: An Exploratory Study Applied to
High-Achieving Asian Female High School Students
in New York City
Imposter syndrome is a mental health issue that affects how individuals depict themselves and is often delineated through their feelings of inadequacy and incompetence despite evidence of success and achievement. With COVID-19, students in New York City have been taking virtual classes for about a year already. Virtual schooling usually allows students to converse with their teachers and fellow classmates through video conferencing and internet chatting, but it also does not allow any physical or face-to-face interaction of any kind. This study attempted to investigate the perceptions of the high-achieving female Asian students regarding imposter syndrome and the impact of the virtual learning due to COVID-19 on students’ perceptions of the imposter syndrome.
College of Liberal Arts and Studies
University of Illinois
Of Gods and Tricksters: The Making
and Killing of Gods in Octavia Butler’s
Future Blacks will be gods in Butler’s Patternmaster series. Her Afrofuturism enables them with creative and destructive power, messages of resistance and resilience. She explores ethics of power and abuse; weaves love stories with great loss and tragedy. Patternmaster series uses ex-slave narratives’, tricksterism, resistance, suffering and complicity, ultimately delineating costs of survival. Her bold use of the motif is a labyrinth of emotional, psychological, and physical bondage in a shell of psionic power. She both makes and kills gods.
Department of Mathematical Science,
Department of Computational Science
University of Texas at El Paso
Department of Data Science
Ramapo College of New Jersey
Mahwah, New Jersey
Multifractal Analysis of Daily US COVID-19 Cases
In this work, we applied the multifractal detrended fluctuation analysis (MFDA) to analyze the highly irregular behavior or volatility clustering of daily COVID-19 cases in the United States. We use the multifractal spectrum of the MFDFA to characterize the path and predict short or long-memory behavior of the time series on different time scales. Empirical results from the generalized Hurst exponent (gHE) and multifractal spectrum estimation indicates that path of the COVID-19 cases is multifractal and keeps becoming less fractal as the days progresses.
Department of Education
William Jewel College
Plugged and Unplugged Reading:
Preferences of Young Readers
Read and discover why classrooms should provide students time for plugged eBook (electronic books) reading and unplugged reading tBook or (traditional books). Clearly, preference matters to young readers!
Faculty of Business Administration
Kobe Gakuin University
Hanpuku Learning: A New Information
Technology Education Method by Introducing
National Certificate of Japan into Bangladesh
In this paper, we summarize the current status and issues of IT education in Bangladesh, and then describe the effects of introduction of Hanpuku Learning, a unique teaching method for ITEE. It also shows the excellence of young people in Bangladesh, which wants to become an IT nation, and proposes a possibility that is beneficial to both Japan and Bangladesh. The effect of the introducing ITEE is excellent, and it can be determined that the Japanese-style Hanpuku Learning adapted to Bangladesh.
Department of Exceptionality Programs
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Applying A Universal Design Of Inclusion In Higher Education
Universal Design of Inclusion (UDI) creates an environment that enables all students to succeed across all curricular experiences. This paper presents the argument that the application of UDI as a deliberative process of policy development will inform and impact practice in the areas of student affairs, professional development, instructional practices and sustainability. This will ensure access and improved outcomes for all students including students with exceptionalities in higher education.
Educational Psychology & Technology
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Life Influencers as Significant Contributors
to Student Motivation and Academic
Achievement at the Graduate School Level
Graduate non-traditional learners from various backgrounds attend universities all over the country, to achieve a piece or even a portion of what they are told is American success. For many of these students, they are met with financial challenges, emotional strain, stressors, trauma, triggers, learning disabilities, maladaptive behavior traits, interpersonal relationship trauma and a plethora of other issues.
Behavioral Science Department
Critical Reflection and Challenges in
Creating A Multi-Level Cyber Wellness
Policy to Support Digital Citizenship
People routinely underestimate effects of their actions, yet the implications can be profound. This paper will address contemporary issues of cyber wellness and reflect upon challenges and solutions that are necessary to promote cyber-wellness. It will provide an opportunity to discuss what kind of policies (at micro, meso, macro level) should be developed to promote cyber-wellness. In this paper I will contextualize the conversation addressing policy development supportive to cyber wellness.