Content: Global student dissertations and literature reviews.
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Strategic business tactics and conducting business are complicated by crisis for the micro and small business, especially a crisis like the coronavirus pandemic. The problem to be addressed by this study is the lack of advertising being conducted by owner/managers of micro and small businesses when faced with a global crisis. Author: Thain Yates Hagan, Northcentral University.
This qualitative study explored how healthcare administrators and professionals conceive of productive operations and how their management styles and decisions affected the organization during a pandemic. Author: Constance Renee Lorick-Walker, Northcentral University.
Considering online learning is at its nascent stages especially in rural schools, it is not clear the various adaptability challenges that high school students face while transitioning from face-to-face learning to online learning due to the unforeseen emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic. The purpose of this narrative study was to explore through stories the adaptability challenges that 12th grade students face while transitioning from face-to-face learning to online learning in rural Mississippi. Author: Justin Watkins, Northcentral University.
The purpose of this qualitative, descriptive single-case study was to explore community college faculty experiences with transition from direct to eLearning instruction and uses of a learning management system in the context of the rapid change process before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. Author: Charlotte M. Applewhite, Northcentral University.
This study provided rich, detailed information regarding the perceptions of elementary teachers’ in a northern urban school district in Illinois converting the F2F curriculum to the online format during the COVID-19 pandemic. Author: Dolores Merriweather, Northcentral University.
The purpose of the study was to explore the stress levels and work performance (motivation) from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic among employees. A qualitative single case study research design was selected for this study. There were two phases for examining employees in this study, including an open-ended survey and a focus group interview. Author: Crystal Annette McGlover, Northcentral University.
The purpose of this quantitative correlational research study was to determine how various combinations of the two components of thriving at work related to job satisfaction and burnout in teachers during the COVID–19 pandemic. Author: Joni Skiles Keith, Northcentral University.
The present mixed-method triangulation design study examined instructor perceptions of the effectiveness of the implementation of English as a foreign language online teaching in a higher education institution in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during COVID-19. Author: Fatima Mahmoud Basaffar, Northcentral University.
The problem addressed by the study was the ambiguity of understanding how intergenerational congregation members of a Baptist church with predominantly African American members perceived the influence of technology and the COVID-19 pandemic on religious practices. Author: Frances Charmaine English, Northcentral University.
This study implied that the extended duration of the COVID-19 pandemic created an increased comfort level using telehealth that causes an increased use of telehealth after the COVID-19 pandemic ends. Author: Keith Joseph Pelletier, Northcentral University.