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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Serving Educational Research With Our Digital Commons

The DigitalCommons@Fayetteville State University provides a way for faculty, staff and student research to be shared on campius, across the state, nationally and internationally. The repository is a service of the Fayetteville State University Library. Research and scholarly output included here has been selected and deposited by the individual university departments and centers on campus.

Highlight: Faculty Working Papers from the School of Education

In January 2012, Faculty Working Papers from the School of Education had 960 full-text downloads and 0 new submissions posted.

The most popular papers were:

High School to College Transition: A Profile of the Stressors, Physical and Psychological Health Issues That Affect the First-Year On-Campus College Student (147 downloads)

Health Behavior Patterns Among First-Year and Non-first-Year College Students Attending a North Carolina Historically Black University (141 downloads)

The Evolution of Quality Assurance in Higher Education (126 downloads)

Faculty Working Papers from the School of Education now holds 25 records, which have been downloaded a total of 26365 times.


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