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Learning Management Systems: Understand and Secure Your Educational Technology (Chapter 14, pages 253-270)

Chapter Authors: Sharon L. Burton, Rondalynne McClintock, Darrell N. Burrell, Kim L. Brown-Jackson, Dustin Bessette, Shanel Lu



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The Innovation and Promise of STEM-Oriented Cybersecurity Charter Schools in Urban Minority Communities in the United States as a Tool to Create a Critical Business Workforce  (Chapter15, pages 271-285)

Chapter Authors: Darrell Norman Burrell, Aikyna Finch, Janet Simmons, Sharon L. Burton



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Communication, Technology, and Cyber Crime in Sub-Saharan Africa  (Chapter 16, pages 286-297)

Chapter Authors: Dustin Bessette, Jane A. LeClair, Randall E. Sylvertooth, Sharon L. Burton









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Quality Customer Service Rekindling the Art of Service to Customers


Seven friends step into a world of horrors, mis-understood meanings, and some great displays of customer service after deciding to investigate the subject to determine its true meaning. They investigate the following types of businesses/services: Banking, Education, Grocery Store, Restaurant, Medical, and Transportation.   
This fun, yet educational read will leave you intrigued, yet more knowledgeable about customer service!  Type your paragraph here.

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Educational Edifices Need a Mobile Strategy to Fully Engage in Learning Activities (Chapter 3, pages 62-86)


Chapter Authors: Sharon L. Burton (American Meridian University, USA), Hamil R. Harris (Washington Post, USA), Darrell Norman Burrell (Florida Institute of Technology, USA), Kim L. Brown-Jackson (National Graduate School of Quality Management, USA), Dustin Bessette (National Graduate School of Quality Management, USA), Rondalynne McClintock (Claremont Graduate University, USA), Shanel Lu (National Graduate School of Quality Management, USA) and Yoshino W. White (Management Consultant, USA)





    
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Transitioning to I Can From I Can't

Transitioning to I Can from I Can't is Dr. Sharon L. Burton's third seminal book, yet stands in a line of academic published works. Transition and change are seamlessly merged in the 232 pages of text. Dr. Burton creates with a sound voice, positive transitions and changes across diverse walks of life, traversing all genres, and amid a host of age ranges. A remarkable sensory colelction of thought provoking information, soul stirring views, and journey filled testaments of learning to see and be that which you desire. This book details how you can be what you can see as it provides the avenue to transition to a positive place of I can from that narrow hall of I can't. This work serves as a revelation that people have spoken in addition to unspoken challenges that they may or may not recognize that need to be changed. The salient point of this book is that it provides a well-documented avenue to transiion and then change gabits, thoughts, and ideals.

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Understanding the Impact of Inclusion in Disability Studies Education (Chapter 8, pages 186-213).


Chapter Authors: Charlotte L. V. Thoms, and Sharon L. Burton   


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"This book brings together a reflective discussion on the previous approaches and strategies of companies in relation to the paradigm shift in workplace equity of today's workforce"--Provided by publisher.











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Nurturing Social Entrepreneurship and Building Social Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy: Focusing on Primary and Secondary Schooling to Develop Future Social Entrepreneurs (Chapter 10, pages 154-175)


Chapter Authors: Nareatha Studdard, Maurice Dawson, Sharon L. Burton, Naporshia Jackson, Brian Leonard, William Quisenberry, Emad Rahim

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Educational Edifices Need a Mobile Strategy to Fully Engage in Learning Activities (Chapter 15, pages 284-309) 

Chapter Authors: Sharon L. Burton (American Meridian University, USA), Hamil R. Harris (Washington Post, USA), Darrell Norman Burrell (Florida Institute of Technology, USA), Kim L. Brown-Jackson (National Graduate School of Quality Management, USA), Dustin Bessette (National Graduate School of Quality Management, USA), Rondalynne McClintock (Claremont Graduate University, USA), Shanel Lu (National Graduate School of Quality Management, USA) and Yoshino W. White (Management Consultant, USA)


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Diversity Just What Is It And Why Does It Keep Changing?

Lawyer, Walter Wombat, consistently hears his manager discussing 'celebrating differences' and asks his friends to help him better understand his manager's messages. Bookman Buzzard’s family relocated and he experienced bullying in school. Walter Wombat, Bertha Bison, Bookman Buzzard, Alexander Alligator Gar, and Natalie Gnat seek the meaning of celebrating differences in expected and unexpected places, as they run into an array of diversity messages and enhance their knowledge. This book will cause you to re-think many diverse issues you think you know and understand.