Authors: Grace Lewis
In this podcast, Grace Lewis presents a solution for establishing trusted identities in disconnected environments based on secure key generation and exchange in the field, as well as an evaluation and implementation of the solution.
Topics: Pervasive Mobile Computing
Authors: William Anderson, Jeff Boleng, Ben W. Bradshaw, James Edmondson, Grace Lewis, Edwin J. Morris, Marc Novakouski, James Root
Pervasive mobile computing focuses on how soldiers and first responders can use smartphones, tablets, and other mobile/wearable devices at the tactical edge.
Topics: Pervasive Mobile Computing
Authors: Grace Lewis, Suzanne Miller
In this podcast, Grace Lewis discusses five approaches that her team developed and tested for using tactical cloudlets as a strategy for providing infrastructure to support computation offload and data staging at the tactical edge.
Authors: Grace Lewis, Jeff Boleng, Gene Cahill, Edwin J. Morris, Marc Novakouski, James Root, Soumya Simanta
A presentation from the ninth annual SATURN conference, held in Minneapolis, MN, April 29 - May 3, 2013.
Topics: Acquisition Support, Software Architecture
Authors: Len Bass, Lui R. Sha, Dennis B. Smith, Kurt C. Wallnau, Jörgen Hansson (University of Skovde), John J. Hudak, Dionisio de Niz, Peter H. Feiler, Donald Firesmith, Mark H. Klein, Kostas Kontogiannis, Grace Lewis, Marin Litoiu (IBM Canada Ltd.), Stefan Schuster
This report describes the independent research and development (IRAD) projects that were conducted during fiscal year 2007 (October 2006 through September 2007).
Authors: John K. Bergey, Edwin J. Morris, Jeannine Siviy, Dennis B. Smith, William O'Brien, Carol Woody, Sven Dietrich, Donald Firesmith, Eileen C. Forrester, Angel Jordan, Rick Kazman, Grace Lewis, Howard F. Lipson, Nancy R. Mead
This report describes the IR&D projects that were conducted during fiscal year 2004 (October 2003 through September 2004).
According to Stephen Covey (2016), one of the seven habits of highly effective people is “Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” The ability to communicate effectively is the key to fulfilling relationships, successful academics, and rewarding employment. The skills used in effective written communication are the same tools used when communicating verbally. The goal of the Grace Online Writing Lab (Grace OWL) is to help students in the development and refinement of their written assignments. Rather than a spell check or quick fix for papers, the Grace OWL is a learning tool designed to help students develop the needed skills to compose papers at the college level.
The OWL (Online Writing Lab) of Grace Bible College is dedicated to the enhancement of student writing using a “minimalist tutoring” approach. This approach aids in fostering a creative environment where the student takes ownership of the work. The student is in “charge” of the assignment. The student tells the tutor what is needed in a tutoring session or a paper review. It is imperative that the student knows that he/she is responsible for making any direct changes with the paper. The tutor merely gives advice and suggestions. Grace OWL tutors do not “fix” the paper.
The OWL is dedicated to the old adage “if you give a man a fish, he eats for a day, but if you teach a man to fish, he eats for a lifetime”. As such, a good session involves the student taking an active role in the growth and development of the writing assignment. This leads to skill building and greater independence for the student in preparing future assignments.
Make your appointment today to have your paper reviewed or for a face-to-face tutoring session!