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  • Author(s):
    Mikala Narlock, Abby Shelton
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    Hesburgh Libraries and the Snite Museum of Art at the University of Notre Dame are in the final stages of a three-year Mellon grant to bring together library, archive, and museum content in a unified display and exhibition platform. The grant team has taken a user-centered approach, incorporating regular user testing cycles into software and program development. In this presentation, Abby Shelton, formerly the Outreach Specialist at the Snite Museum of Art, and Mikala Narlock, Digital Collect…

    Date Created:
    2021-07-19
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    Presentation
  • Author(s):
    Thomas V. Merluzzi
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    Background: Hope has been a topic of interest across many centuries and among diverse cultures, gaining particular relevance in crisis and change-seeking times. Research has shown that hope plays an important role in both the context of everyday life as well as in the context of illness. This paper presents an integrative theory of hope, which incorporates uncertainty and control as key drivers of the hope process and also includes appraisal and meaning. Discussion: The new hope theory state…

    Date Created:
    2021-07-18
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  • Author(s):
    Rachel Bohlmann, Erika Hosselkus
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    This case study describes a one-credit course, offered as part of the University of Notre Dame’s 2021 online Winter Session, which brought students, from first year through graduate, together with primary sources from all three campus repositories: the Snite Museum of Art, the department of Rare Books & Special Collections, and the University Archives. The instructors, Rachel Bohlmann and Erika Hosselkus, curators in Rare Books and Special Collections at Notre Dame, developed the course, …

    Date Created:
    2021-06-30
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    Case Study
  • Author(s):
    Mikala Narlock, Peggy Griesinger
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    Digital collections are deceptive; when users turn to online platforms to access content, the amount of work required to provide uninterrupted access to digital materials is not always obvious or clear. One aspect of this work is taken care of by our software developers and product owners, who work to ensure that the interface and user experience are as simple and effective as possible to our end-users. While that aspect of the work is handled, other library staff and faculty must then take o…

    Date Created:
    2020-06-30
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    Document
  • Author(s):
    Marie Lynn Miranda, Rashida Callender, Joally M. Canales, Elena Craft, Katherine B. Ensor, Max Grossman, Loren Hopkins, Jocelyn Johnston, Umair Shah, Joshua Tootoo
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    BACKGROUND: Making landfall in Rockport, Texas in August 2017, Hurricane Harvey resulted in unprecedented flooding, displacing tens of thousands of people, and creating environmental hazards and exposures for many more.

    OBJECTIVE: We describe a collaborative project to establish the Texas Flood Registry to track the health and housing impacts of major flooding events.

    METHODS: Those who enroll in the registry answer retrospective questions regarding the impact of storms on their health and …

    Date Published:
    2021-06
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  • Author(s):
    Kimberly Rollings, Nancy M Wells
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    Background Strategies to reduce childhood obesity and improve nutrition include creating school food environments that promote healthy eating. Despite well-documented health benefits of fruit and vegetable (FV) consumption, many U.S. school-aged children, especially low-income youth, fail to meet national dietary guidelines for FV intake. The Cafeteria Assessment for Elementary Schools (CAFES) was developed to quantify physical attributes of elementary school cafeteria environments associated…

    Date Published:
    2018-10
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  • Author(s):
    Kimberly A Rollings, Nancy M Wells, Gary W Evans
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    This longitudinal study examined relations between the physical quality of housing, neighborhood, and their interactive effect on the life course development of 341 U.S. rural children from ages 9–24 years. Standardized instruments assessed housing quality (structural, clutter/cleanliness, indoor climate, hazards, crowding/privacy) and neighborhood quality (street connectivity, density, land use mix; proximate building/sidewalk conditions; neighborhood stability; proximity to nature/amenities…

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    2017-06
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  • Author(s):
    Kimberly Rollings, Nancy M Wells, Gary W Evans
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    Although sociodemographic factors are one aspect of understanding the effects of neighborhood environments on health, equating neighborhood quality with socioeconomic status ignores the important role of physical neighborhood attributes. Prior work on neighborhood environments and health has relied primarily on level of socioeconomic disadvantage as the indicator of neighborhood quality without attention to physical neighborhood quality. A small but increasing number of studies have assessed …

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    2015-04
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  • Author(s):
    Nancy M Wells, Kimberly A Rollings, Anthony D Ong, M Carrington Reid
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    Pain catastrophizing is among the strongest predictors of pain intensity. This study examined the role of the nearby natural environment in the experience of pain among community-dwelling adults with chronic pain (N=81) living in New York City and explored the notion that attention may underlie nature’s effect. Nearby nature was objectively measured using satellite data. Daily diary data across 14 days was employed to operationalize pain catastrophizing (and subscales: rumination, helplessnes…

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    2019-12
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  • Author(s):
    Kimberly A Rollings, Gary W Evans
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    Chronic crowding within housing adversely affects psychological well-being, yet little is known about how design attributes contribute to these effects, especially among children. This cross-sectional study first examined associations between residential interior density and children’s (M = 9 years of age) perceived bedroom and home crowding. Second, analyses investigated whether interior design attributes (residential floor plan arrangement measured by space syntax [depth and permeability]; …

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    2019-06
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    Author(s):
    Micah Lipscomb, Kimberly A Rollings
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    Although the benefits of nature exposure to human health are well documented, less is known about the psychological benefits of exposure to nature indoors. This study observed whether the addition of greenery to a workplace setting improved psychological well-being and performance of employees. A crossover study among 63 adults examined perceived psychological well-being and objective memory task performance with and without indoor greenery present in an open workplace setting. Statistical an…

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    2017
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  • Author(s):
    Kimberly A Rollings, Nancy M Wells
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    A repeated-measures study, conducted with 57 college students in a research kitchen-dining area, examined effects of floor plan openness on eating behaviors. Openness was manipulated via folding screens placed in an open plan kitchen-dining area to simulate separate, enclosed kitchen and dining spaces. Effects of the open floor plan, characterized by greater visibility and convenience of food access when compared with the closed floor plan, on three eating behaviors were examined during a buf…

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    2016-08
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