"Internet Self-Efficacy & Attitude Toward Cyberbullying Prevention Programs in Teachers and Mental Health Professionals in Minnesota"
Thanks so much for stopping by my page that shares both
my passion for higher education
the desire to make a difference
in the prevention of cyberbullying
within our families and communities.
In January of 2019, with all of my data collected, I began writing the final chapters of my dissertation. The only word I have to describe the process is persistence. It took the approval of three university professors, a Department Chair then finally a editorial department of my university, to make this research project publishable. I continually remind myself that receiving approval at the doctoral level of 170 pages of work is a very lengthy process.
Yet, I do feel an academic light will illuminate my research paper and I should be completely done and blessed in September or October of 2019. Short of posting a celebration in the New York Times, I will be cheering louding on all my social media and any other way possible!
CLICK HERE as I have shared with you a few pages of my dissertation. As always, I love to discuss all things cyber, especially as they relate to our relationship with digital devices! Take a peek at my project! I welcome any comments or questions you may have.
I will post the final dissertation on my website. If you would like to be notified or receive a personal copy, just sign up below and I will add you to my list.
And always, be cyberkind, Katy