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EBSCOhost premium research databases provide access to high-quality, peer-reviewed academic and professional research literature. Each can be searched on its own or in combination with others, depending on your individual research needs.

Note: SocINDEX (see below) is searched by default until you select other resources.To search individual databases directly, login via the links below. Once in EBSCOhost, click Choose Databases to add any or all of the resources below to include them in your search for more comprehensive, in-depth coverage of your research topic.

Social sciences - General & multidisciplinary
  • SocINDEX with Full Text (default database)
    Extensive, interdisciplinary social sciences resource with over 2 million articles, abstracts, books and conference papers from more than 5,800 sources (1,800 in full text) in sociology, criminal justice, demography, gender studies, psychology, racial studies, social work, substance abuse, violence and other areas. Read more.
Education
  • Teacher Reference Center (TRC)
    Indexing, abstracts and selected full text for almost 300 magazines and peer-reviewed journals in early childhood learning through higher education; includes assessment, best practices, pedagogy, curriculum development, school administration, teacher education, etc. Read more.
Criminal justice, criminology & violence
  • Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full-Text
    600 worldwide journals (320 in full-text) provide in-depth coverage of criminology; criminal justice; corrections and prisons; criminal investigations; forensic sciences and investigation; substance abuse and addiction; probation and parole. Read more.
  • Violence & Abuse Abstracts
    350,000 references from 1971 to present cover family and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, emotional & physical abuse, violence and aggression in schools, LGBTQ issues, elder abuse, human trafficking, and cyberbullying. Read more.
Family studies, psychology & behavioral sciences
  • Family & Society Studies Worldwide
    1.6 million records from 1930 onward cover academic policy and practice literature in family science, human ecology, human development and social welfare. Includes anthropology, sociology, psychology, demography, health sciences, education, economics, law, history and  social work. Read more.
Dissertations & theses
  • Open Dissertations
    Free open access to historical and contemporary academic dissertations and theses, combining content from the American Doctoral Dissertations database with additional metadata from a growing list of colleges and universities worldwide. Links to full text at the publishing schools or institutional repositories are included. Read more.

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  • Citation management tools  -  Free apps and browser plug-ins to help you organize, store, format and share the references from your database searches

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Human Research Participant Protection Program

Watch: IRB Chair Dr. Frida Rundell explains the IRB process. (6 minutes)The IIRP Graduate School has established an Assurance of Compliance with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) regulations governing research involving human subjects. Since research comprises a vital part of graduate education and research may involve human subjects, graduate students must be aware of their responsibilities.

All research involving human subjects must be reviewed and approved by the IIRP Institutional Review Board (IRB) prior to the initiation of the research.  

The human subjects regulations extend into the classroom and youth counseling settings so that graduate students with teaching and counseling assignments as well as those engaged in research should carefully observe these constraints and protections. Copies of the Assurance and Compliance and HHS regulations (45 CFR 46) may be obtained from the Vice President for Administration.  |  IIRP Research Involving Human Subjects Policy

IRB Procedures

Depending on the type of project or research planned, students/researchers must submit an application form to the IRB prior to commencing work on the study or project.  |  IRB Forms Library

  • Exempted student project: For projects that involve reviewing your own responses to using restorative practices within the context of coursework; appropriate for the majority of student research projects.
  • Expedited research review: Use for research with human subjects when no potential violation of research ethics is anticipated.
  • Full research review: When interaction with human subjects will exceed the criteria above.

These documents will help you identify which level is appropriate to your circumstances, and steps you must take for your IRB review.

  • IRB Procedure 1:  Determining whether a research activity needs IRB review and approval
  • IRB Procedure 2Submission requirements and procedures for requests for exemption from IRB review

View the IRB Decision Tree flowchart.

Your course instructor will provide additional details in your Moodle course module.

Protecting Human Research Participants (PHRP) Training Course

Before beginning any research or course project that involves human subjects, students must provide documentation that they have been trained in the ethics and regulations of human research. For students who have not already filed an NIH human subjects training certificate, the IIRP Graduate School provides access to the online course Protecting Human Research Participants (PHRP); the course covers the development of human subject protections, ethical issues associated with research, and current regulatory and guidance information.

PHRP is free for students enrolled in IIRP Graduate School courses. It is available in English, Spanish and French. Access instructions can be found within your Moodle course page.  If you need assistance gaining access to the course, contact your instructor. 

Allow approximately three hours for completion. When finished, you will be issued a numbered PHRP certificate, which you must submit to your instructor as part of your IRB review paperwork. The PHRP certificate is valid for five years.

Note: This training module is intended for students who do not already have a current and valid NIH certificate for training in the protection of human subjects. If you have an NIH certificate from prior Protecting Human Research Participants training that has not yet expired, you do not have to take this course.

IRB Forms Library

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Required Readings 

In your graduate courses, your instructor will provide you with lists of the books and articles required for your course.

You are responsible for obtaining your own textbooks. You can purchase books from Amazon or other online booksellers of your choice, or directly from their publishers. Most books are available in both print and e-book editions.

  • Don't wait - Buy your books early! In order to avoid potential delivery issues resulting from shipping delays, we highly recommend that you order your textbooks as soon as possible after registering for your course(s).
  • Consider e-books. Digital editions for many required textbooks are available for instant download from several online merchants. They are often less expensive than print copies. Free e-reader apps for computers, tablets and smartphones are available for Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook and Google Play Books titles.
  • IIRP-published books: If your required textbook is an IIRP-published title, order it from the IIRP Bookstore.

Journal articles will be provided electronically through your course Moodle pages.

Suggested Readings

For some courses, instructors may list additional books, articles or other documents as supplementary material that cover specific topics in more detail. While the instructor recommends them for deeper immersion into specific subjects, reading them is not mandatory for the course. You may find them useful as you undertake further research into your own fields of interest.

Options for obtaining Suggested Readings:

  • Students within travel distance of our Bethlehem campus can access course readings at the IIRP Library. Because the  Library is non-circulating, materials may be used on-site only. Photocopy services are available for a per-page fee (cash only).The use of photocopied materials is subject to U.S. copyright law. If visiting our campus is not feasible, consult your local public or academic library; the staff there can advise you about access and loan services available to you.
  • Check OCLC WorldCat to find libraries in your area that own the book(s) you are looking for; you can search by zip or postal code. Contact these libraries directly to verify your items’ availability and to find out about access to their collections. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like help communicating with them.
  • If the topic of a Suggested Reading book is of particular interest to you, you may wish to purchase your own copy from the retailer of your choice. In many cases, previously-owned copies and/or e-book editions are available at reduced cost from online book merchants. Consider consulting reader reviews of a book before buying it, especially for costly items.
  • For journal articles, the Library provides free interlibrary loan services for students. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your request. In most cases, journal articles are delivered electronically via e-mail within a couple of business days.

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Library catalog

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Search the catalog of holdings of the IIRP Graduate School in-house Library at our Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, campus.

Materials are organized according to the Library of Congress classification system.

Books and reports available online are indicated with links to external content sites. Catalog entries marked OCLC are linked to OCLC WorldCat, which helps you find libraries in your area that have those items. Search WorldCat by zip code, city or country.

Borrowing of printed library materials is restricted to Bethlehem-based IIRP faculty and staff. Others may use books and other library items on-site at our Bethlehem campus office.

E-books

Some materials (books, reports, government publications, etc.) are available online; they are indicated with [Electronic resource] in the title, as well as a Download icon. Library catalog records for these items contain URLs for download links.

To search for e-books in the catalog, choose Location from the drop-down list of search fields (after Author, Title, Publisher, etc.), then select Electronic book.

Some digital books are available to borrow and read from the the Internet Archive's eBooks and Texts collections (https://archive.org/details/texts). Older, public domain (pre-1925) titles are free to read online and/or download; modern books are available to borrow for two weeks from the Internet Archive's Open Library and National Emergency Library with a free archive.org account. Availability of individual titles may be limited, depending on reader demand. Adobe Digital Editions eReader (a free app) is required to download some titles.  

Serial holdings (journals, magazines & newspapers)

Online journals

Browse Tables of Contents of these journals for free. Full text articles are available exclusively to IIRP faculty, students and staff; login via OpenAthens (What is this?) or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Print serials

Single copies of journal articles for individual use can be provided upon request. The use of photocopies and other reproductions of published material is governed by copyright laws of the United States (Title 17 U.S. Code). 

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These books and other items have recently been received and cataloged in the IIRP Graduate School Library. Titles appear with Library of Congress shelf call numbers, plus links to publisher sites and/or other information sources.

Restorative Practices — General

Muhammad, M. (2019). The restorative journey: Book one. The theory & application of restorative practices. Akoben.
HV8688 .M84 2019

Pointer, L., McGoey, K., & Farrar, H. (2020). The little book of restorative teaching tools: Games, activities and simulations for understanding restorative justice processes. Good Books.
LC196 .P64 2020

Rosengren, D. B. (2018). Building motivational interviewing skills: A practitioner handbook (2nd ed.). Guilford Press.
BF 637.15 .R67 2018

Wilcox, J., Kersh, B. C., & Jenkins, E. (2017). Motivational interviewing for leadership: MI-LEAD. Gray Beach Publishing.
HD57.7 .W55 2017

Schools & Education

Costello, B., Wachtel, J., & Wachtel, T. (2019). Restorative circles in schools: A practical guide for educators (2nd ed.). International Institute for Restorative Practices.
LB3013.3 .C68 2019

Crawford, E. R., & Dorner, L. M. (Eds.). (2020). Educational leadership of immigrants: Case studies in times of change. Routledge.
LB2805 .C723 2020

Cremin, H., & Bevington, T. (2017). Positive peace in schools: Tackling conflict and creating a culture of peace in the classroom. Routledge.
LB3013.3 .C735 2017

Hannigan, J. D., & Hannigan, J. E. (2018). The PBIS tier three handbook: A practical guide to implementing individualized interventions. Corwin.
LB1060.2 .D54 2018

Hannigan, J. D., & Hannigan, J. E. (2018). The PBIS tier two handbook: A practical guide to implementing targeted interventions. Corwin.
LB1060.2 .D55 2018

Hannigan, J. D., & Hauser, L. (2015). The PBIS tier one handbook: A practical approach to implementing the champion model. Corwin.
LB1060.2 .D53 2015

Karp, D. R. (2019). The little book of restorative justice for college and universities (2nd ed.). Good Books.
LB2344 .K37 2019

Kumar, S., & Mayo, T. (2019). Building intentional communities: Experiential activities to teach social emotional skills and restorative practices. Be the Change Consulting.
LB1072 .K86 2019

Roberts, M. (2017). Hacking classroom management: 10 ideas to help you become the type of teacher they make movies about. Times 10 Publications.
LB3013 .R63 2017

Smith, S., Fisher, D., & Frey, N. (2015). Better than carrots or sticks: Restorative practices for positive classroom management. ASCD.
LB3013.3 .S596 2015

Stockman, A., & Gray, E. F. (2018). Hacking school culture: Designing compassionate classrooms. Times 10 Publications.
LB3012 .S76 2018

Winn, M. T., Graham, H., & Alfred, R. R. (2019). Restorative justice in the English language arts classroom. National Council of Teachers of English.
LB1576 .W4897 2019

Restorative Justice

Brennan, I., & Johnstone, G. (2018). Building bridges: Prisoners, crime victims and restorative justice. Eleven International Publishers.
HV8688 .B74 2018

Gavrielides, T., & Artinopoulou, V. (Eds.). (2013). Reconstructing restorative justice philosophy. Routledge.
K5250 .R43 2013

Pali, B., Lauwaert, K., & Pleysier, S. (2019). The praxis of justice: Liber amicorum Ivo Aertsen. Eleven International Publishers.
HV8688 .P73 2019

Yellow Ribbon Project (2013). The courage to believe: Unlocking life’s second chances. Singapore Prison Service.
HV9403 .S56 2013

Zehr, H. (2015). The little book of restorative justice (Revised & updated edition). Good Books.
HV8688 .Z44 2015

Psychology, Psychiatry, Therapeutic Practices

Devlin, J. B. (2019). A step out of darkness: How to help someone enter addiction treatment and walk with them through recovery. Aloha.
RC564 .D48 2019

Organizations, Leadership, Management & Human Resources

HBR's 10 must reads on emotional intelligence (2017). Harvard Business School Press.
BF576 .H393 2017

Scott, K. (2019). Radical candor: Be a kick-ass boss without losing your humanity. St. Martin’s Press.
HD38.2 .S41 2019

Wallbank, S. (2016). The restorative resilience model of supervision: A reader exploring resilience to workplace stress in health and social care professionals. Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd.
HM751 .W35 2016

Communities & Civil Society

Derezotes, D. S. (2014). Transforming historical trauma through dialog. Sage.
BF175.5 .D47 2014

Norris, Z. (2020). We keep us safe: Building secure, just, and inclusive communities. Beacon Press.
JC599.U5 .N55 2020

Miscellaneous

American Psychological Association. (2020). Concise guide to APA Style: The official APA Style guide for students (7th ed.).
BF76.7 .P83 2020a REF

American Psychological Association. (2020). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.). https://doi.org/10.1037/0000165-000
BF76.7 .P83 2020 REF

de Mezerville López, C. (2020). Diecisiete. Editorial UCR.
PQ6091 .M49 2020

Okahana, H., & Zhou, E. (2019). Graduate enrollment and degrees: 2008 to 2018. Council of Graduate Schools.
LB2379 .O33 2019

 

Knowing how to acknowledge and cite the work of others and assess its validity and value are important components of information literacy — the ability to discover, evaluate and use various types of information from a wide array of sources effectively. Being information-literate is a key component of critical thinking and problem-solving. These resources can help you avoid common pitfalls and become an alert, educated information consumer.

Avoiding plagiarism  |  Citing sources  |  Copyright & fair use  |  Evaluating information sources  |   Citation management tools  |  Information literacy resources for educators

Avoiding Plagiarism

Plagiarism — the deliberate or inadvertent use of an information source other than your own without proper credit — is considered a serious breach of academic ethics and integrity. |  IIRP policy statement on plagiarism

Properly acknowledging the ideas and information sources you use in your work is crucial. These resources provide practical advice about understanding and avoiding plagiarism.

Citing Sources

APA style — Key resources

The IIRP uses American Psychological Association (APA) writing style for presenting ideas and data, formatting papers, and citing sources in student assignments and scholarly publications. Learning to use APA style correctly will enable you to credit your sources accurately.

See our APA Writing Guidelines & Help page for additional APA learning tools.

Legal citations
Citation generators

Citation generators — online tools that offer to automatically format bibliographic references into APA or other writing styles — are becoming increasingly common. However, the quality of these tools can vary greatly; their conversion algorithms are often inaccurate, resulting in error-ridden references that require additional attention and effort to correct. Rather than being a time-saving convenience, they sometimes end up causing writers more problems than they solve. Regardless of the tools you use to format references, you have the ultimate responsiblity to ensure that your use of APA Style in your course writing assignments is accurate. 

Copyright & Fair Use

The Library promotes compliance with copyright legislation and aids IIRP students, faculty and staff in following Fair Use guidelines.

Copyright law
Fair Use  (Title 17, section 107)

Fair use of a copyrighted work for nonprofit, educational purposes, such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship or research, is not an infringement of copyright. A limited portion of any work may be used; however, use cannot affect the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work. Determining fair use is a complex process that involves a four-factor analysis that is critical to any good faith fair use assertion:

  1. Purpose and character of the use — whether it is for commercial or nonprofit educational uses, though not all educational uses are fair use.
  2. Nature of the work being copied — reproducing a factual work is more likely to be fair use than a creative work.
  3. Amount and significance of portion being copied — reproducing smaller portions of a work is more likely to be fair use than large or essential portions.
  4. Effect of the copying on the market for the original — uses which have no or little market impact are more likely to be fair than those that interfere with potential markets.

Acceptable materials usually include:

  • A single article from a journal.
  • A single chapter or less than 10% of a book.
  • Faculty-created materials such as class materials, lecture notes, slide presentations, videos or exams.

Tools

Public Domain | Resources for Copyright-Free Content

Evaluating Information Sources

The ability to determine an information source's relevance and trustworthiness is a key skill for successful researchers. The IIRP Graduate School course, RP 610 Evaluation of Research, teaches students to identify and critique various types of academic literature. The resources below provide additional guidance on assessing other kinds of information.

Identifying scholarly literature
Assessing reliability
Questionable solicitations

Citation Management Tools

These free software packages and browser plug-ins let you create personal digital reference libraries: export bibliographic references and documents from EBSCOhost databases, library catalogs, websites and other sources, organize and annotate them, generate bibliographies and share them with collaborators or colleagues. They include Microsoft Word integration and APA formatting tools. Additional citation and document storage capacity and other functions are available with paid upgrades.  |  More about saving, exporting and emailing EBSCOhost citations

Disclaimer: These links are provided as a convenience; the IIRP is not responsible for the content or functionality of any of these sites. For help, documentation and technical questions, please contact the product's support team directly.

EndNote
Capture, format and share references in a variety of formats. A free web-based version, EndNote Basic, allows you to store up to 50,000 records, organize them into shareable libraries, and automatically format them into a variety of writing styles, including APA; includes integration with Microsoft Word.  |  Exporting from EBSCOhost to EndNote

Mendeley
Powerful reference management package available in web-based or desktop versions. Intuitive interface; extensive support and documentation available. The EBSCOhost Search Results page features the Mendeley widget for easy capture of references.

Zotero
A software download that works with works with your web browser, Zotero features one-click saving of references or articles, automatic downloads of PDFs and webpage snapshots, group libraries for collaboration/sharing, and web access to your data, notes and files. A companion tool, ZoteroBib, lets you build bibliographies without downloading software.  |  Exporting from EBSCOhost to Zotero

Information Literacy Resources for Educators

These tools from the Association for College and Research Libraries (ACRL) can help faculty, teachers and other education professionals understand and incorporate information literacy concepts into curricula and coursework.

ACRL information literacy frames

  1. Authority is constructed and contextual
  2. Information creation as a process
  3. Information has value
  4. Research as inquiry
  5. Scholarship as conversation
  6. Searching as strategic exploration

Tools

 

IIRP Reflection Paper Writing Tips (PDF) - Advice for organizing and writing your reflection papers.

 

APA Help

IIRP Graduate School Writing & APA Style Guidelines (PDF). - Formatting research papers, references, citations and more in American Psychological Assocation (APA) style. 

 

Academic Support Services

IIRP Academic Support Services - Resources for help in basic skills needed for graduate study: Writing, editing & proofreading, computer & technology skills, tutoring, English as a second language, and more.

 

Information Literacy

Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education: Criteria from the Association for College and Research Libraries (ACRL) for locating, evaluating and using information.

More resources from ACRL:  Including background information for Faculty & administrators; plus teaching & learning tools  (including examples of activities, assignments and assessments).

COVID-19 service alert:  Free APA Style tutorials available - Limited time only!

  • For a limited time, the American Psychological Association is providing free access to a variety of online tutorials and webinars on 7th edition APA Style, as a support to students and faculty during the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics cover paper formatting, in-text citations and references. These tutorials will be publically available through July 1, 2020. Find them here.

The IIRP Graduate School uses the latest version of American Psychological Association (APA) writing style, or APA Style, for presenting ideas and data, formatting papers, and citing sources in student assignments and scholarly publications. APA is the most widely-used style guide for academic writing in the social sciences.

Note: In late 2019, the APA issued the 7th edition of the Publication Manual (see below), which reflects changes to several APA Style elements. The IIRP Graduate School will transition to usage of the new format through the Spring and Summer, 2020 terms; use of 7th edition formatting will be required in student writing beginning in Fall, 2020. If you have questions about expectations in your course during the transition period, contact your instructor.

Key resources

IIRP APA Writing Guide cover

Download the IIRP Graduate School Writing & APA Style Guidelines (PDF). This guide is illustrated with examples of references from the literature of restorative practices. It covers the most frequently-asked APA-related style topics requested by IIRP students, faculty and staff, and includes file-naming guidelines for student assignments.

APAPubManual7cover smThe Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Seventh Edition is the definitive resource for APA writing and reference style; a must-have for all students and scholars in the social sciences. We highly recommend that you obtain this essential item from the bookseller of your choice.  |  Introduction (PDF)

Additional tools

Resources from APA

Online tutorial:  Basics of 7th edition APA Style. Self-paced learning modules cover key components of APA Style.

APA Style and Grammar Guidelines: Information and examples for the most commonly-used elements of APA Style, including:

APA Style Blog:  APA in-house editors provide practical advice and in-depth insights on a wide array of formatting, referencing and writing style subjects. Submit your own questions on various blog topics.

Purdue University OWL - APA Style Guide
Social media

Stay up to date with APA Style on FaceBook and Twitter. Ask questions and send feedback to APA Style experts.

APA Style 6th edition resource archives

These links will remain until the beginning of the Fall, 2020 term, as we transition to the 7th edition of APA Style. These resources are no longer being updated.

 

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These resources are freely available on the Internet to all researchers. (Disclaimer: These links are provided as a convenience; the IIRP is not responsible for the accuracy or content of any of these sites. Please contact the external site regarding questions about its content.)

General | Education | Behavioral Sciences, Counseling & Related Areas | Restorative Justice - General | Restorative Justice - Bills & Legislation (U.S.A.) | Restorative Justice - Bills & Legislation (Outside of U.S.A.) | Open Access Scholarship

General

Google Scholar 
Interdisciplinary database of scholarly literature from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other knowledge sites worldwide; articles, books and reprints, theses/dissertations, abstracts, conference papers, court opinions, technical reports, etc. | Google Scholar Search Tips (general) | Power Tips & Search Operators

Internet Archive
Free non-profit online library of over 20 million downloadable books and texts, 7.5 million audio recordings, 7 million videos and television programs, 3.5 million images and 472,000 software programs. Content comes from digitization initiatives at academic institutions, research libraries and special collections worldwide, plus individual user submissions. In addition, over 380 billion archived web pages spanning over 20 years are discoverable via the Wayback Machine.  |  About the Internet Archive

Microsoft Academic 
Academic search engine that enables both discovery of individual research documents and surveys of entire fields of study through search language semantics and data relationships. Document records feature linked references and citations for easy browsing of related material. Includes filters to help identify key authors, publications, research institutions, etc., plus links to Wikipedia and Bing. | Microsoft Academic Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

OCLC WorldCat 
Searchable database of library holdings around the world, provided by the Online Computer Library Center. Enter zip or postal code to find materials in llibraries in your area. | OCLC WorldCat help

Oxford Research Encyclopedias
Authoritative, peer-reviewed essays provide summaries of topics in a wide array of academic disciplines, including criminology and criminal justice, education, neuroscience and psychology, politics, social work, and more. While some content is restricted to subscribers of Oxford University Press titles, a great deal is available for free.

Education

ERIC (Educational Resource Information Clearinghouse)
U.S. Department of Education database of journal articles, reports, dissertations and other material on education topics.

Teacher Reference Center (TRC) (via EBSCOhost)
Free EBSCOhost database provides indexing and abstracts for almost 300 peer-reviewed journals. Includes best practices, curriculum development, literacy standards, pedagogy, instructional media, school administration and more | TRC journal list

Behavioral Sciences, Counseling & Related Areas

APA Dictionary of Psychology
Free online dictionary of behavioral sciences-related terminology.

APA PsycNET
Free search engine for PsychARTICLES and PsychBOOKS journal papers and book chapters published by the American Psychological Association and partner organizations, indexing a wide array of behavioral sciences. Select the Open Access checkbox to retrieve free material. Paywalled full text is available via Interlibrary Loan (IIRP faculty, students & staff only) or purchase. Additional databases and content are available for a fee. 

Child Welfare Information Gateway
Children's Bureau (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) database indexes over 80,000 peer-reviewed articles, books, reports and audiovisual materials for professionals in child welfare; topics include child abuse prevention, out-of-home care, and adoption. Some items not freely available online may be purchased.

MedlinePlus / PubMed
Medical research databases from the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) cover both consumer-oriented information and clinical literature on a wide array of subjects; includes public and community health topics, mental health, social/family issues, substance abuse, and demographic-specific research (children/adolescents, seniors, males/females, ethnic and cultural groups, LGBTQ people, etc.). MedlinePlus provides plain-English summaries of hundreds of health and drug topics for non-medical professionals, plus links to support organizations and a wide array of learning tools. PubMed offers access to over 28 million citations from professional medical and life science journals and online books indexed in the MEDLINE database. | Medline and PubMed training from NLM

Restorative Justice - General

Center for Restorative Justice and Peacemaking (University of Minnesota School of Social Work)
CRJP provides a variety of academic and training resources for research and project initiatives. The "Resources" section includes an annotated bibliography of papers on victim mediation, group conferencing and other topics.

European Forum for Restorative Justice
Non-governmental organization that promotes equitable access to restorative justice for every person in Europe. EFRJ hosts conferences, publishes newsletters and research, and sponsors projects with various partner organizations. The "Resources" page contains newsletters, reports, videos, conference material, links to key books, and a searchable database of RJ teaching programs. Country-specific communications materials are available in Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, and Hungarian.

International Juvenile Justice Observatory / Observatoire International de Justice Juvénile
Compilation of project news, training resources, regulatory information and research on juvenile justice topics worldwide, including restorative justice. Documentation Center database contains full-text articles and reports, theses/dissertations, multimedia content, statistics, legislation by country and more. Free access, but registration is required. Mirror sites in English, French and Spanish.  

Justicia Restaurativa en Linea | Justice Reparatrice en Ligne
Collections of restorative justice articles in Spanish and French.

National Association for Community and Restorative Justice (NACRJ)
Collection of public domain documents (reports, handbooks and other free resources). Subscribers can access additional content.

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)
Federal database of articles and abstracts on topics in criminal justice and related disciplines.

RJ Library (Centre for Justice & Reconciliation)
Database of literature on restorative justice; an initiative of Prison Fellowship International. 

Theo Gavrielides | Free e-resources
Downloadable ebooks and research papers on restorative justice topics; the Internet Journal of Restorative Justice and additional content are available for purchase.

Restorative Justice - Bills & Legislation (U.S.A.)

Juvenile Justice Bills Tracking Database – National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL)
U.S. legislation, searchable by state, covering 2008 to present.

Restorative Justice Legislation Database – Georgia State University
Legislation, regulations and court rules that reference restorative practices across the USA. Includes current and proposed legislation. Provided as downloadable Excel files.

Restorative Justice - Bills & Legislation (Outside of U.S.A.)

Canada - Restorative Justice  / La justice réparatrice
Includes directory (English | Français) of national, provincial and local RJ programs (choice of graphical map or text search); plus legislation and policy, and additional resources for researchers and practitioners.

Open Access Scholarship 

Books, Journals & Digital Repositories

Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB)
Over 11,000 academic, peer-reviewed full-text books and chapters from 260 publishers.

Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
List of about 10,000 titles offering free access to 3 million high-quality, peer-reviewed articles in social sciences, physical and life sciences, medicine, technology and humanities.

Directory of Open Access Repositories (OpenDOAR)
Curated directory of over 2,600 publicly-available digital collections of full-text content for the support and enhancement of academic and research activities for the global community. Browse and search for repositories by geographic region and country.

HathiTrust Digital Library
Collection of electronic public domain and copyrighted books, journal articles and audiovisual materials digitized by Google, Microsoft and the Internet Archive, University of California system, and other collaborating institutions. Users can create personalized collections of books and documents for later reading. Use the "full view" filter to locate downloadable content.

SocArXiv
Open archive for pre-publication prints, working papers and published papers in the social sciences. Authors may submit papers for which they have open sharing rights.

SSRN (Social Science Research Network)
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Gina Baral Abrams  |  Craig W. Adamson  |  Mark Amendola / Robert Oliver  |  John W. Bailie  |  Michael DeAntonio  |  Borbála Fellegi  |  Mary Jo Hebling Zeau DuBois Modig  |  Nicola Preston  |  Fernanda Fonseca Rosenblatt  |  Frida Rundell  |  Alia Sheety  |  Elizabeth Smull  |  A. Miguel Tello 

Gina Baral Abrams

Abrams, G. B., Smull, E., & Hala, A. (2020, February). Restorative practices: An innovative prevention framework for advancing health and well-being. Pre-conference institute presented at the NASPA Strategies Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Abrams, G. B., & Smull, E. (2019, November). Advancing campus community wellbeing using restorative practices. Keynote address presented at the Restorative Practices in Maryland Student Affairs Meeting, Baltimore, MD.

Abrams, G. B., Mauriello, L., Mrowka, K., &  Willson, S. (2019, October). Innovative leadership in higher education: Using restorative practices to advance college student success. Paper presented at Community Leadership, IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

Abrams, G. B. (2019, July). Community health and its determinants. Paper presented at the IIRP 2019 Summer Symposium, Bethlehem, PA.

Abrams, G. B., & Hebling, M. J. (2019, July). Restorative practices as a preventive strategy for community health and well-being. Paper presented at the IIRP 2019 Summer Symposium, Bethlehem, PA.

Abrams, G. B., & Smull, E. (2019, July). Strengthening cross-sector collaboration. Paper presented at the IIRP 2019 Summer Symposium, Bethlehem, PA.

Abrams, G. B., & Czachowski, A. (2019, May). The new cross-functional CAS standards for advancing health and well-being. Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Abrams, G. B., Smull, E., Hala, A., Stone, J., & Willson, S. (2019, May). Building health campuses by increasing social connectedness and sense of community. Pre-conference workshop presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Abrams, G. B., & Andes, S. (2019, March). The new cross-functional CAS standards for advancing health and well-being. Paper presented at the 2019 National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Andes, S., Abrams, G. B., & Wilcox, D. (2019, March 27). The new cross-functional CAS standards for advancing health and well-being [Webinar]. In Illinois Higher Education Center Webinar Series.

Abrams, G. B., & Milton, A. (2019, February). The new cross-functional CAS standards for advancing health and well-being. Paper presented at the 2019 National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) Confernce, Boston, MA.

Andes, S., Abrams, G. B., & Wilcox, D. (2019, January). The new cross-functional CAS standards for advancing health and well-being. Paper presented at the 2019 NASPA Strategies Conference, Washington, DC.

Abrams, G. B., Andes, S., DeRicco, B., Rider-Milkovich, H., & Wilcox, D. (2018). CAS cross-functional framework for advancing health and well-being. (P. J. Caretta, Ed., & L. Dahl, GD). Washington, DC: Council for the Advancement of Standards of Higher Education.

Abrams, G. B., Hebling, M. J., & Smull, E. (2018, October). Proactive restorative practices: Creating the conditions for individuals and communities to flourish. Paper presented at Strengthening the Spirit of Community, IIRP World Conference, Detroit, MI.

Abrams, G. B., & Segawa, M. (2018, March). The paradigm shift in health promotion in student affairs. Panel discussion presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Abrams, G. B. (2017). Prevention efforts to reduce undergraduates' high-risk alcohol use at a small, private, urban research university in the Northeast: A 20-year case study (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from https://open.bu.edu/bitstream/handle/2144/20858/Abrams_bu_0017E_12603.pdf

Paulson, P., & Abrams, G. B. (2015, May). Unveiling vision into action: Animating the standards of practice for health promotion in higher education. Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Abrams, G. B., & Costa, P. (2014, May). Health promotion directors boot camp. Pre-conference workshop presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

Abrams, G. B., & Paulson, P. (2013, May). Bringing professional practice into alignment with the standards of practice for health promotion in higher education. Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

Abrams, G. B. (2013, April). Evaluation plan for Lehigh After Dark. Small group teleconference series, National College Health Association.

Whitlock, J., Muelehkamp, J., Eckenrode, J., Purington, A., Abrams, G. B., Barreira, P., & Kress, V. (2013). Nonsuicidal self-injury as a gateway to suicide in young adults. Journal of Adolescent Health, 52(4), 486-492. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jadohealth.2012.09.010 

Melichar, A., Abrams, G. B., Andes, S., Calvert, K., & Paulson, P. (2012, May). Do you have the right toolbox? The 3rd edition of the standards of practice for health promotion in higher education revealed! Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Swinford, P., & Abrams, G. B. (2012, May). Benchmark results: Infrastructure and scope of practice for health promotion in higher education. Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Abrams, G. B., Andes, S., Grizzell, J., & Calvert, K. (2011, June). Visioning for the future of the standards of health promotion in higher education. Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.

Abrams, G. B., Kolligian, J., Mills, D. L., & DeJong, W. (2011). Failure of college students to complete an online alcohol education course as a predictor of high-risk drinking that requires medical attention. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 37(6), 515-519. https://doi.org/10.3109/00952990.2011.600383

Whitlock, J., Muehlenkamp, J., Purington, A., Eckenrode, A., Barreira, P., Abrams, G. B, . . . Knox, K. (2011). Non-suicidal self-injury in a college population: General trends and sex differences. Journal of American College Health, 59(8), 691-698. https://doi.org/10.1080/07448481.2010.529626

Kolligan, J., & Abrams, G. B. (2010, June). Dynamics of pandemic influenza on campus. Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Lederer, A., Barkley, P., Oge, V., Abrams, G. B., Wagner, A. K., & Burcin, M. (2010, June). Campus as community: Coalition-building as a health promotion tool. Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Swinford, P., Fabiano, P., Robertson, J., Grizzell, J., Abrams, G. B., Melichar, A. . . . McNeil, M. (2010, March). Wellness and health enhancing education and learning. Pre-conference session presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Abrams, G. B., & Melichar, A. (2009, May). Evaluation essentials for health promotion in higher education. Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Abrams, G. B. (2008, December). Health educators back in college. Teleconference series, New Jersey Society for Public Health Education.

Abrams, G. B., & Melichar, A. (2008, June). How to hire the best health promotion staff. Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Abrams, G. B., Melichar, A., & Haubenreiser, J. (2008, June). Health promotion hot topics: Parents as partners. Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Haubenreiser, J., Abrams, G. B., Burcin, M., & Coleman, T. (2008, June). Stress and burnout management strategies for health promotion professionals. Paper presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Abrams, G. B., Etkind, M., & Burke, M. C. (2008). Sexual violence and subsequent risk of sexually-transmitted disease among incarcerated women. Journal of Correctional Health Care, 14(2), 80-88. https://doi.org/10.1177/1078345807313797

Beck, B., Keeling, R., Pryor, J. Baral, G., & Valerio, V. (2003, March). TheHealthSurvey: A student affairs necessity. Paper presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Goldstein, M. A., Baral, G., Shamir, S., Diamond, D., & Gray, L. (2002, March). Communicating with and educating students about health and life issues in a highly wired university: Three innovative programs. Paper presented at the Society for Adolescent Medicine Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

Burke, M. C., & Baral, G. (2001, March). Interactive games for STD awareness and education. Paper presented at the Massachusetts Department of Education Ounce of Prevention Annual Conference, Marlboro, MA.

Burke, M. C., Etkind, P., Cram, V., & Baral, G. (1998, December). The psychosocial and service needs of women seen in a prison-based STD clinic. Poster session presented at the National STD Prevention Conference, Dallas, TX.

Burke, M. C., Etkind, P., Dumas, W., & Baral, G. (1998, December). The psychosocial and service needs of STD clinic patients. Poster session presented at the National STD Prevention Conference, Dallas, TX.

Craig W. Adamson

Adamson, C. (2017, October). Andragogy: Education vs. learning. Paper presented at Learning in the 21st Century: A Restorative Vision. IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA. Retrieved from https://pa2017.iirp.edu/sessions/andragogy-education-vs-learning/

Adamson, C. W. (2016, October). Restorative interventions without an "encounter": Building social and emotional skills with youth offenders. Paper presented at Restorating Community: 21st IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA. Retrieved from http://pa2016.iirp.edu/sessions/restorative-interventions-without-encounter-building-social-emotional-skills-youth-offenders/

Bailie, J. W., & Adamson, C. W. (2016). Transformative graduate education through the use of restorative practices. New Directions for Teaching & Learning, 147, 75-86. https://doi.org/10.1002/tl.20201  

Adamson, C. (2013, October). The adaptation and evolution of restorative practices in criminal justice. In Restorative works: What does, what doesn't, how and why. 16th World Conference of the International Institute for Restorative Practices (pp. 97-102). Bethlehem, PA: International Institute for Restorative Practices. Retrieved from https://www.iirp.edu/pdf/PA13-Program-Book.pdf#page=98

Adamson, C. W. (2012). Restorative practices: Graduate students' perspectives see through a transformative learning lens (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.lesley.edu/education_dissertations/44/

Adamson, C. W., & Bailie, J. W. (2012). Education versus learning: Restorative practices in higher education. Journal of Transformative Learning, 10(3), 139-156. https://doi.org/10.1177/1541344612463265

Mark Amendola / Robert Oliver

Viglione, N. M., Amendola, M., & Oliver, R. (2015, Summer). Applying ART in action. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 24(2), 36-40. Retrieved from http://uscart.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/24_2_Viglione-Amendola-Oliver_2.pdf

Amendola, M., & Oliver, R. (2014). Anger control training: Prepare curriculum implementation guide. Champaign, IL: Research Press.

Amendola, M., & Oliver, R. (2013). Aggression replacement training and childhood trauma. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 22(2), 56-61.

Gunderson, K. K., Stromgren, B., Moynahan, L., Amendola, M., & Oliver, R. (2013). Social perception training: Prepare curriculum implementation guide. Champaign, IL: Research Press.

Parker, K., Calame, R., Gunderson, K. K., Simon, A., Choi, J. C., Amendola, M., & Oliver, R. (2013). Problem-solving training: Prepare curriculum implementation guide. Champaign, IL: Research Press.

Calame, R., Parker, K., Amendola, M., & Oliver, R. (2011). Resiliency and Aggression Replacement Training (R) with families. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 20(3), 47-50.

Amendola, M., & Oliver, R. (2010). Aggression Replacement Training (R) stands the test of time. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 19(2), 47-50. Retrieved from http://uscart.org/new/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/ART-Test_of_Time_Article.pdf

Amendola, A. M., & Oliver, R. (2009). LSCI and aggression replacement training: A multi-modal approach. Journal of Child and Youth Care Work, 22, 9-17. Retrieved from http://uscart.org/new/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/LSCI-ART-Article.pdf

Amendola, A. M., & Oliver, R. (2008, Summer). Prosocial youth: The legacy of Arnold Goldstein. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 17(2), 28-30. Retrieved from http://www.cyc-net.org/cyc-online/cyconline-june2010-amendola.html

Amendola, M., & Oliver, R. (2004). Collaboration with human services and schools. In A. P. Goldstein, R. Nensen, B. Daleflod, & M. Kalt (Eds.)., New perspectives on aggression replacement training: Practice, research and application (pp. 87-104). Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.

Amendola, A. M., & Oliver, R. (2003). LSCI and aggression replacement training: A multi-modal approach. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 12(3), 181-185.

Amendola, A. M., & Oliver, R. (2003). Nature and resolution of a model application: The Collaborative Intensive Community Treatment Program. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 12(3), 142-147. Retrieved from http://uscart.org/new/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/CICTP-Article.pdf

John W. Bailie

Bailie, J. W. (2019). A science of human dignity: Belonging, voice and agency as universal human needs. IIRP Presidential Paper Series, 1, 1-16. Retrieved from https://www.iirp.edu/restorative-practices/presidential-paper-series

Bailie, J. W. (2018, October). A science of human dignity: Belonging, voice and agency as universal human needs. Paper presented at Strengthening the Spirit of Community. IIRP World Conference, Detroit, MI.

Bailie, J. W. (2018). Leading conflict: How to fight at work [Blog]. Retrieved from https://www.leadingconflict.com/blog/

Bailie, J. W. (2016). Forward. In A. H. Normore & A. I. Lahera (Eds.), Restorative practice meets social justice: Un-silencing the voices of "at-promise" student populations (pp. xi-xii). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Bailie, J. W., & Adamson, C. W. (2016). Transformative graduate education through the use of restorative practices. New Directions for Teaching & Learning, 147, 75-86. https://doi.org/10.1002/tl.20201  

Bailie, J., Miller, L., & Gregory, A. (2016). Systematic approaches: Restorative practices. In P. M. Brown (Ed). Student discipline: A prosocial perspective (pp. 37-64). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Adamson, C. W., & Bailie, J. W. (2012). Education versus learning: Restorative practices in higher education. Journal of Transformative Learning, 10(3), 139-156. https://doi.org/10.1177/1541344612463265

Bailie, J. W. (2012). Power and authority in the student-instructor relationship in a restorative practices-based graduate program (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.lesley.edu/education_dissertations/49/

Michael DeAntonio

DeAntonio, G. M. (2018). [Review of the book Adolescent violence in the home: Restorative approaches to building healthy, respectful family relationships, by G. Routt & L. Anderson]. International Journal of Restorative Justice, 1(3), 468-471. Retrieved from https://www.elevenjournals.com/tijdschrift/IJRJ/2018/3/IJRJ_2589-0891_2018_001_003_013

DeAntonio, M. G., & White, S. H. (2017, October). Making student-directed learning a reality: Blended learning and restorative practices at Buxmont Academy. Paper presented at Learning in the 21st Century: A Restorative Vision. IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

DeAntonio, M. G. (2015). A comparative study of restorative practices in public schools (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Database. (UMI No. 3734773)

DeAntonio, M. (2014, October). Where is restorative practices working in public wchools, and why is it working there? Paper presented at Restorative Works - What Works, What Doesn't, How and Why: 17th IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

Borbála Fellegi

Héra, G. (2018). Summary study of the project entitled "Prevention of radicalization in the prison-system" (Project ID BBA-5.1.6-16-2006-00001). Budapest, Hungary: Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention. Retrieved from http://www.genocideprevention.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Summary-study-Prevention-of-Radicalization-in-the-Prison-system.pdf

Fellegi, B., Héra, G., & Benedek, G. (2017). To talk or not to talk? The limits and promises of restorative justice in addressing social inequalities. In I. Aertsen & B. Pali (Eds.), Critical restorative justice (pp. 193-210). Oxford, England: Hart.

Fellegi, B. (2016). 'The show must go on!' - A response to Ian Marder. Restorative Justice, 4(2), 247-252. https://doi.org/10.1080/20504721.2016.1197532

Papp, Z. Z., Fellegi, B., & Szegő, D (2016). Contructive and destructive dialogues between victims and offenders: Testing the needs-based model of reconciliation in a restorative justice setting. Alkalamazott Pszichólogia, 16(4), 93-112. https://doi.org/10.17627/ALKPSZICH.2016.4.93

Fellegi, B. (2013). Retribution and/or restoration? The purpose of our justice system through the lens of judges and prosecutors. In D. Cornwell, J. Blad, & M. Wright (Eds)., Civilising criminal justice: An international restorative agenda for penal reform (pp. 115-150). Hook, England: Waterside Press.

Fellegi, B., & Szegő, D. (2013). Handbook for facilitating peacemaking circles. Budapest, Hungary: P-T Mũhely. Retrieved from http://euforumrj.org/assets/upload/peacemaking_circle_handbook.pdf

Posch, E., & Fellegi, B. (2013). The state of alternative dispute resolution in Hungary. In S.Karkošková & L. Holá (Eds.), Resolving disputes in the 21st century (pp. 177-198). Budapest, Hungary: P-T Mũhely. Retrieved from https://brage.bibsys.no/xmlui/bitstream/handle/11250/99133/REDICT_%20book[1].pdf

Barabás, T., Fellegi, B., & Windt, S. (Eds.) (2012). Responsibility-taking, relationship-building and restoration in prisons: Mediation and restorative justice in prison settings. Budapest, Hungary: P-T Mũhely. Retrieved from http://mereps.foresee.hu/uploads/tx_abdownloads/files/MEREPS_FinalPublication_EN.pdf

Barabás, T., Fellegi, B., Szegő, D., & Windt, S. (2011, December). Somewhere over the rainbow: The MEREPS results in Hungary. European Forum for Restorative Justice Newsletter, 12(3), 4-6. Retrieved from http://euforumrj.org/assets/upload/Vol_12_Issue_3.pdf

Fellegi, B. (2011). Building and toning: An analysis of the institutionalisation of mediation in penal matters in Hungary. Temida, 14(1), 21-36. https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM1101021F

Barabás, T., Fellegi, B., & Windt, S. (Eds.) (2010). Resolution of conflicts involving prisoners: Handbook on the applicability of mediation and restorative justice in prisons. Budapest, Hungary: P-T Mũhely. Retrieved from http://mereps.foresee.hu/uploads/media/Konfliktuskezeles_EN.pdf

Fellegi, B. (2009). Út a megbékéléshez: A helyreállító igazságszolgáltatás intézményesülése Magyarországon [Toward reconciliation: The implementation of restorative justice in Hungary]. Budapest, Hungary: Napvilág Kiadó.

Arsovska, J., Valinas, M., & Fellegi, B. (2008). Prologue to the Kosovo drama: Causes and consequences of a violent ethno-political conflict. In I. Aertsen, J. Arsovska, H.-C. Rohne, M. Valinas, & K. Vanspauwen (Eds.), Restoring justice after large-scale violent conflicts: Kosovo, DR Congo and the Israeli-Palestine case (pp. 75-98). Portland, OR: Willan.

Fellegi, B. (2006). Understanding youth and crime - Listening to youth? [Book review]. International Review of Victimology, 13(2), 224-225. https://doi.org/10.1177/026975800601300207

Fellegi, B. (2005). Meeting the challenges of introducing victim-offender mediation in Central and Eastern European countries: Final report of AGIS project JAI/2003/AGIS/088. Leuven, Belgium: European Forum for Victim-Offender Mediation and Restorative Justice. Retrieved from http://euforumrj.org/assets/upload/FinalAGIS2publication.pdf

Fellegi, B. (2004). Explaining the impact of restorative justice: The "4-way interaction" of morality, neutralisation, shame and bonds (Unpublished master's thesis). Retrieved from http://foresee.hu/uploads/tx_abdownloads/files/Cambridge_Thesis_Fellegi.pdf

Mary Jo Hebling

Abrams, G. B., & Hebling, M. J. (2019, July). Restorative practices as a preventive strategy for community health and well-being. Paper presented at the IIRP 2019 Summer Symposium, Bethlehem, PA.

Abrams, G. B., Hebling, M. J., & Smull, E. (2018, October). Proactive restorative practices: Creating the conditions for individuals and communities to flourish. Paper presented at Strengthening the Spirit of Community, IIRP World Conference, Detroit, MI.

Hebling, M. J., & Mast, S. (2018, June). Restorative practice implementation in Maine schools: Continuing the conversation. Paper presented at The Maine Event: Youth Development Conference, Bangor, ME.

Rundell, F., Smull, E., & Hebling, M. J. (2018, February). A conversation: From brick and mortar to cyber space - addressing fears and resistance. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (p. 4). Retrieved from https://chep.cider.vt.edu/content/dam/chep_cider_vt_edu/CHEP_2018_Proceedings_Final.pdf

Hebling, M. J. (2017, October). Restorative practices coaching: Helping practitioners to score! Paper presented at Learning in the 21st Century: 22nd IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

Hebling, M. J. (2016, October). Students lead: Developing a restorative practices student leadership team. Paper presented at Restoring Community: 21st IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

Hebling, M. J. (2015, October). Introduction to restorative practices. Paper presented at the Allen County Superior Court Family Division Great Kids Make Great Communities Conference, Fort Wayne, IN.

Hebling, M. J., & Mast, S. (2015, June). Restorative practice implementation in Maine schools: Continuing the conversation. Paper presented at the 2015 Positive Youth Development Institute, Biddeford, ME.

Hebling, M. J. (2014, October). Restorative approaches to family reunification. Paper presented at the National Association of Social Workers - Pennsylvania Chapter Annual Conference, King of Prussia, PA.

Hebling, M. J., & Smull, B. (2014, October). Taking a look in the mirror: Restorative practices begins with us. Paper presented at Restorative Works - What Works, What Doesn't, How and Why: 17th IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

Hebling, M. J. (2013, February). Increasing attendance through restorative practices. Paper presented at the Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistance Professionals Conference, State College, PA.

Hebling, M. J. (2009, October). Maintaining accountability and preventing exclusion when dealing with difficult situations. Paper presented at the Restoring Community in a Disconnected World, Part 2: 12th IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

Hebling, M. J. (2002, October). Professional learning group model: Restorative adult learning. Paper presented at Dreaming of a New Reality: 3rd International Conference on Conferencing, Circles and Other Restorative Practices, Minneapolis, MN.

Zeau DuBois Modig

Modig, Z. D. (2017, October). Researching restorative: Mining for information gold in muddy online waters. Paper presented at Learning in the 21st Century: 22nd IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

Modig, Z. D. (1995). EMBASE, the Excerpta Medica database: Quick and comprehensive drug information. Biblioteca Medica Canadiana, 16(4), 152-154. Retrieved from https://archive.org/details/bibliothecamedic1516canauoft

Bernacki, A., & Modig, Z. D. (1995, May). Online training participant demographics as a reflection of trends in the information industry. In 16th National Online Meeting proceedings, New York, May 2-4, 1995 (pp. 23-30). Medford, NJ: Information Today.

Modig, Z. D. (1994). POPLINE: One librarian's perspective. Database, 17(3), 114.

Modig, Z. D. (Ed.) (1987). Families in transition: A selected, annotative bibliography [Booklet]. New York, NY: Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Retrieved from https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED296199.pdf

Modig, Z. D. (1985). School sexuality education: Opposition and answers - Materials from the Katharine Dexter McCormick Library: A selective, annotated bibliography [Booklet]. New York, NY: Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Retrieved from ERIC database. (ED271641) 

Nicola Preston

Preston, N. (2019, August 27). Restorative justice use in school. Children & Young People Now. Retrieved from https://www.cypnow.co.uk/cyp/analysis/2007045/restorative-justice-use-in-school

Preston, N. (2018, October 2). Restorative storytelling [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://www.rip.org.uk/news-and-views/blog/restorative-storytelling/

Preston, N. (2018). Marian Partington, If you sit very still: A sister's fierce engagement with traumatic loss [Book review]. International Journal of Restorative Justice, 1(1), 161-164. https://doi.org/10.5553/IJRJ/258908912018001001011

Preston, N. (2017, October). Special report - policy: Restorative practice. Children & Young People Now, 27-30. Retrieved from https://www.cypnow.co.uk/cyp/other/2004283/restorative-practice-policy-context

Preston, N. (2016, June). Restorative practices, affect script psychology and neurodiversity in education. Paper presented at Restoring Connections: Justice, Education, Community - IIRP Latinoamérica Conference, San José, Costa Rica. Retrieved from https://costarica2016.iirp.edu/sessions/restorative-practices-affect-script-psychology-and-neurodiversity-in-education/

Preston, N. (2015). Restorative practices, affect script psychology and the social and emotional aspects of learning. In T. Gavrielides (Ed.), The psychology of restorative justice: Managing the power within (pp. 29-48). London, England: Routledge.

Preston, N. (2015, September 10). Restorative practices - it's good to talk. Headteacher Update. Retrieved from http://www.headteacher-update.com/best-practice-article/restorative-practices-its-good-to-talk/88910/

Preston, N. (2013). Engagement in learning: An action research study of factors influencing the engagement of key stage 1 special educational needs boys in writing (Unpublished master's thesis). University of Northampton, Northampton, England.

Preston, N. (2011, Spring). Restorative education: An education system with relationships at heart. Resolution, 40, 15. Retrieved from https://www.scribd.com/document/83651328/RJC-Res-40-March-2011-2

Preston, N. (2009). Standards and accreditation in restorative justice: An investigation of the viability and relevance of establishing an accreditation system for restorative justice practitioners (Unpublished master's thesis). University of Chester, Chester, England.

Davey, L., & Preston, N. (2007). A restorative story - Mary finds some money: Guidance and implementation, ages 4-11. Todmordon, England: International Institute for Restorative Practices UK Office.

Preston, N. (2002). Neighbourhood empowerment: A model of community consultation [Booklet]. [Aylesbury, England]: Thames Valley Partnership. Retrieved from http://thamesvalleypartnership.org.uk/downloads/nhoodempowermentdec02.pdf

Preston, N. (2002). Restorative justice - a new school of thought? Introducing restorative justice into the school setting [Booklet]. Aylesbury, England: Thames Valley Partnership. Retrieved from http://www.thamesvalleypartnership.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/rjinschoolreport.pdf

Fernanda Fonseca Rosenblatt

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2019). How do we 'walk the talk'? Some reflections on restorative justice's (perhaps not so?) hidden values. In B. Pali, K. Lauwaert, & S. Pleysier (Eds.), The praxis of justice: Liber amicorum Ivo Aertsen (pp. 51-57). Eleven International Publishing.

Advincula, M. J. P., Santos, P. H. R. C., & Rosenblatt, F. F. (2018). A busca por manifestações práticas de justiça restaurativa no Brasil: Um ensaio crítico em torno dos círculos restaurativos e das dificuldades de se estabelecer um encontro com a brasilidade. In: V. de C. Leal, J. T. Esteves, C. M. Padilha, I. V. Chaves, & A. U. Barradas (Eds). Conflitos e novos desafios do direito: Política, meio ambiente e novas tecnologias (pp.195-210). Belo Horizonte, Brazil: RTM.

De Mello, M. M. P., Rosenblatt, F. C. de F., & de Medeiros, C. S. l’A. Q. (2018). O que pensam as juízas e os juízas sobre a aplicação da Lei Maria da Penha: Um princípio de diálogo com a magistratura de sete capitais brasileiras. Revista Brasileira de Políticas Públicas, 8(1), 422-449. Retrieved from https://www.publicacoesacademicas.uniceub.br/RBPP/article/view/5147/3720

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2018). Criminology in Brazil: Beyond "made-in-the-north" criminal narratives. In R. A. Triplett (Ed.), Handbook of the history and philosophy of criminology (pp. 345-359). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2018, August). Victims of domestic violence and restorative justice in Brazil: Notes from the 'periphery' to the 'world centres.' Seminar presented at the Leuven Institute of Criminology, Leuven, Netherlands, August 27, 2018. Retrieved from http://www6.cityu.edu.hk/ss_wsv2018/about/files/Plenary%204.pdf

Rosenblatt, F. F., Mello, M. M. P., & Medeiros, C. S. L. Q. (2018). Quem são elas e o que elas dizem? Representações das mulheres usuárias dos juizados (ou varas) de violência doméstica em seis capitais brasileiras. Revista Brasileira de Ciências Criminais, 26(146): 329-371. 

Rosenblatt, F. F., Medeiros, C. S. L. Q., & Mello, M. M. P. (2018). Entre práticas retributivas e restaurativas: A lei Maria da Penha e os avanços e desafios do poder judiciário. In V. de C. Leal, A. M. Correa, & M. L. Barbosa (Eds) , O direito público em perspectiva: Meio ambiente, política e sociedade (pp. 111-144). Belo Horizonte, Brazil: RTM.

Rosenblatt, F. F., Castro, H. R. C., Valenca, M. A., & Mello, M. M. P. (2018). A atividade policial de criminalização de mulheres por Ttáfico de drogas. In V. de C. Leal, A. M. Correa, & M. L. Barbosa (Eds) , O direito público em perspectiva: Meio ambiente, política e sociedade (pp. 85-90). Belo Horizonte, Brazil: RTM.

Zinsstag, E., Aertsen, I., Walgrave, L., Rosenblatt, F. F., & Parmentier, S. (2018). The International Journal of Restorative Justice: New horizons for independent research and development. International Journal of Restorative Justice, 1(1), 3-8. https://doi.org/10.5553/IJRJ/258908912018001001001

Castro, H. R. C., Valenca, M. A., & Rosenblatt, F. F. (2016). Por uma investigação preliminar democrática: O contraditório na interceptação telefônica. In:  A. E. R. Santoro & F. M. Maduro (Eds), Interceptação telefônica: Os 20 anos da lei N. 9.296/96 (pp. 213-236). Belo Horizonte, Brazil: D’Plácido.

Mello, M. M. P., Machado, E. B. L. A., Valenca, M. A., & ROSENBLATT, F. F. (2016). Olha quem está falando: Trajetória das adolescentes em conflito com a lei a partir das falas das internas e da magistratura do TJPE e do TJDF. Discursos Sediciosos, 20(23/24), 347-360.

Mello, M. M. P., Rosenblatt, F. F. & Medeiros, C. S. L. Q. (2016). Precisamos conversar sobre os efeitos não declarados da lei “Maria da Penha”. Boletim IBCCRIM, 24(285),18-19.

Rosenblatt, F. F. 2016. Pesquisa em justiça restaurativa. In M. L. Pelizzoli (Ed.), Justiça restaurativa: Caminhos da pacificação aocial (pp. 113-128). Recife, Brazil: Editora UFPE.

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2016). Restorative justice and the blurring between reparation and rehabilitation. In T. Gavrielides (Ed.), Offenders no more: An interdisciplinary restorative justice dialogue (pp. 39-59). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Rosenblatt, F. F., Silva Neto, J. A., Advincula, M. J. P., & SANTOS, P. H. R. C. (2016). O direito ao conflito nos casos de violência doméstica: Potencialidades e riscos. In G. F. Santos, J. P. A. Teixeira, & M. L. C. de Araújo (Eds.), Direito, democracia e internacionalização da Constituição: Direito(s) em debate (pp. 260-270). Recife, Brazil: APPODI.

Hoyle, C., & Rosenblatt, F. F. (2015). Looking back to the future: Threats to the success of restorative justice in the United Kingdom. Victims & Offenders, 11(1), 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1080/15564886.2015.1095830

Machado, E. B. L. A., & Rosenblatt, F. F. (2015). A proposta socioeducativa, a responsabilização como retribuição e a saída restaurativa: Uma indispensável reflexão sobre a prática judicial e a Doutrina da Proteção Integral. In L. G. G. Ribeiro, B. M. M. Santos; M. M. P. De Mello (Eds.), Criminologias e política criminal (pp. 1-30). Florianópolis, Brazil: CONPEDI.

Oliveira, L., Rosenblatt, F. F., & de Mello, M. M. P.  (Eds.) (2015). Para além do código de Hamurabi: estudos sociojurídicos. Recife, Brazil: ALIDI. Retrieved from http://www.academia.edu/17255769/Para_al%C3%A9m_do_C%C3%B3digo_de_Hamurabi_estudos_sociojur%C3%ADdicos

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2015). Uma saída restaurativa ao processo de vitimização secundária. In W. R. Filho, H. Piedade, Jr., & E. Kosovski (Eds), Vitimologia na contemporaneidade (pp. 84-96). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Letra Capital.

Rosenblatt, F. F., & Fernández, D. B. (2015). Paving the way toward a 'Latin' restorative justice. Restorative Justice, 3(2), 149-158. https://doi.org/10.1080/20504721.2015.1069084

Rosenblatt, F. F., & Valenca, M. A. (2015). Saídas restaurativas para uma justiça em linha de montagem.  In L. Oliveira, F. F. Rosenblatt, & M. M. P. de Mello (Eds.), Para além do código de Hamurabi: estudos sociojurídicos (pp. 203-214). Recife, Brazil: ALIDI. Retrieved from http://www.academia.edu/17255769/Para_al%C3%A9m_do_C%C3%B3digo_de_Hamurabi_estudos_sociojur%C3%ADdicos

Rosenblatt, F. F., & de Mello, M. M. P. (2014). O uso da Justiça Restaurativa em casos de violência de gênero contra a mulher: Potencialidades e riscos. In L. Oliveira, F. F. Rosenblatt, & M. M. P. de Mello (Eds.), Para além do código de Hamurabi: estudos sociojurídicos (pp. 99-112). Recife, Brazil: ALIDI. Retrieved from http://www.academia.edu/17255769/Para_al%C3%A9m_do_C%C3%B3digo_de_Hamurabi_estudos_sociojur%C3%ADdicos

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2015). The role of community in restorative justice. Oxon, England: Routledge.

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2014). Em busca das respostas perdidas: Uma perspectiva crítica sobre a justiça restaurativa. In Criminologias e Políticas Criminals II (pp. 443-465). Retrieved from http://www.publicadireito.com.br/artigos/?cod=adc4b51b49fc307a

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2014). Community involvement in restorative justice: Lessons from an English and Welsh case study on youth offender panels. Restorative Justice, 2(3), 280-301. https://doi.org/10.5235/20504721.2.3.280

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2014). Lançando um olhar empírico sobre a justiça restaurativa: alguns desafios a partir da experiência inglesa [An empirical look into the practice of restorative justice: Some challenges drawn from an English case study]. Revista Brasileira de Sociologia do Direito, 1(2), 72-82. https://doi.org/10.21910/rbsd.v1n2.2014.28

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2014). Um olhar crítico sobre o papel da comunidade nos processos restaurativos [A critical review of the role of community in restorative processes]. Sistema Penal & Violência, 6(1), 43-61. https://doi.org/10.15448/2177-6784.2014.1.16915

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2014). The victimization of street children in Brazil. In D. L. Rothe & D. Kaullarich (Eds.), Towards a victimology of state crime (pp. 15-32). Oxon, England: Routledge.

Rosenblatt, F. C. da F. (2013). The role of community in youth offender panels in England and Wales (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Oxford, Oxford, England. Retrieved from https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:06021e55-832b-4384-bd22-1e9e1b022f4d

Peacock, R., & Rosenblatt, F. F. (2013). Victimization vulnerability of street (community) children. In R. Peacock (Ed.), Victimology in South Africa. Pretoria, South Africa: Van Schaik.

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2012). Andrew Woolford, The politics of restorative justice: A critical introduction [Book review]. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 45(1), 148-151. https://doi.org/10.1177/0004865811432819d

Rosenblatt, F. F. (2012). A youth justice approach to the street children phenomenon in Brazil: A critical review. Youth Justice, 12(3), 229-244. https://doi.org/10.1177/147322541246121

Rosenblatt, F. F., Machado, E. B., & Mello, M. M. P. (2012). Uma análise crítica das decisões judiciais em sede de pedidos de suspensão fundamentados nagrave lesão à segurança pública. In J. M. W. G. Neto & E. R. de C. Neto (Eds.). Príncipes e pretores: Política e direito sob a ótica dos pedidos desuspensão (pp.191-220). Recife, Brazil: Editora Universitária UFPE.

Fonseca, F. C., & Costa, C. A. da C. (2010). O infanticídio e a problemática da sua autonomia típica. Revista Magister de Direito Penale Processual Penal, 4(33), 85-99.

FONSECA, F. (2009, Abril-Septiembre). Los niños de la calle y la justicia restaurativa. Justicia para Crecer, 14, 28- 36. 

Fonseca, F. (2008). Meninos de rua: Um desafio para a justiça restaurativa no Brasil. In  E. Kosovski, H. Piedade, Jr., & R. Roitman (Eds.). Estudos da vitimologia (pp. 35-58). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Letra Capital.

Frida Rundell

Rundell, F., Sheety, A., & Negrea, V. (2018). Managing trauma: A restorative process. In E. Sengupta & P. Blessinger (Eds.), Refugee education: Integration and acceptance of refugees in mainstream society (pp. 17-31). Bingley, England: Emerald Publishing.

Rundell, F. (2018, June). Brain research and social-emotional learning. Paper presented at Restoration Matters: 2018 Restorative Discipline Summer Institute, Shrewsbury, MO.

Sheety, A., & Rundell, F. (2018, June). Tuning into restorative approaches to leadership. Paper presented at the PA ACE Annual Leadership Conference and Retreat, Radnor, PA.

Rundell, F., Smull, E., & Hebling, M. J. (2018, February). A conversation: From brick and mortar to cyber space - addressing fears and resistance. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (p. 4).  Retrieved from https://chep.cider.vt.edu/content/dam/chep_cider_vt_edu/CHEP_2018_Proceedings_Final.pdf 

Sheety, A., & Rundell, F. (2012). A PLG (professional learning group): How to stimulate learners’ engagement in problem solving. US-China Education Review A, 5, 497-503. Retrieved from https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED534285.pdf

Rundell, F. (2012, February 24). Commitments to reconciliation: A review of Reconciliation and Architectures of Commitment: Sequencing Peace in Bougainville. [Web log post.] Retrieved from https://www.iirp.edu/eforum-archive/commitments-to-reconciliation-a-review-of-reconciliation-and-architectures-of-commitment-sequencing-peace-in-bougainville

Rundell, F. (2007). “Re-storying-ing” our restorative practices. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 16(2), 52-59.

Rundell, F. (2006, October). The seer's eyes: Re-storying the Umlazi community. Paper presented at The Next Step, Part 2, Developing Restoring Communities: 8th International Conference on Conferencing, Circles and Other Restorative Practices, Bethlehem, PA. Retrieved from http://www.iirp.edu/pdf/beth06_rundell.pdf

Rundell, F. C. (2004). Ties that bind. Durban, South Africa: Durban Art Gallery.

Rundell, F. C. (2004). In search of the soul of Africa: From the president’s desk. Papers from the SAAMFT 9th Annual Conference. Durban, South Africa: SAAMFT National Office.

Rundell, F. C. (2001). Co-vision: A community program of caring professionals (Doctoral dissertation). University of Zululand, Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa.

Rundell, F. (1998). Co-vision: An alternate to supervision. In S. Shuda, R. Mauer, A. R. Haarhoff, & D. Haarhoff (Eds.). One nation, many families. Gender, hope and training: Papers from the 8th International Conference of SAAMFT. Cape Town, South Africa: Creda Communications.

Rundell, F. C. (1995). Religious orientation and its relation to sexual attitudes amongst adolescents (Unpublished master's thesis). University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.

Alia Sheety

Rundell, F., Sheety, A., & Negrea, V. (2018). Managing trauma: A restorative process. In E. Sengupta & P. Blessinger (Eds.), Refugee education: Integration and acceptance of refugees in mainstream society (pp. 17-31). Bingley, England: Emerald Publishing.

Sheety, A., Kapanadze, M., & Joubran, F. (2018). High school teachers' perceptions regarding inquiry-based science curriculum in the United States, Georgia, and Israel. In C. Roofe & C. Bezzina (Eds.), Intercultural studies of curriculum: Theory, policy and practice (pp. 59-83). London, England: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60897-6

Francis, D. M., Colbry, S. L., Hoyle, A. G.,  Ratmansky, L. A., Sheety, A. S., & Szpara, M. Y. (2017). Opting into a faculty scholarship community: Benefiting productivity and personal well-being. Journal of Faculty Development, 31(3), 51-60.

Rademacher, N., & Sheety, A. (2016). Enhancing learning through community-based partnership. In In P. Blessinger & B. Cozza (Eds.), University partnerships for international development (pp. 191-205). Bingley, England: Emerald Group Publishing.

Sheety, A., Moy, E., Parson, J., Dunbar, D., Doutt, K. C., Faunce, E., & Myers, L. (2016). University partnerships for academic program and professional development: Building faculty capacity for 21st century teaching and learning. In P. Blessinger & B. Cozza (Eds.), University partnerships for academic programs and professional development (pp. 221-242). Bingley, England: Emerald Group Publishing.

Sheety, A. (2015, October). If you can't beat them, join them. Paper presented at E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare and Higher Education, Kona, HI. Retrieved from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/161816/

Sheety, A., & Rademacher, N. (2015). Inquiry-based learning as foundational pedalogical tool for critical examination of social justice in theory and action. In P. Blessinger & J. M Carfora (Eds.), Inquiry-based learning for multidisciplinary programs: A conceptual and practical resource for educators (pp. 119-138). Bingley, England: Emerald Group Publishing.

Sheety, A., & Rademacher, N. (2015, April). Teaching for change: Developing student leaders who can dialogue across the curriculum. In C. A. Shoniregun & G. A. Akmayeva (Eds). IICE-2015 proceedings: Ireland International Conference on Education, April 20-22, 2015, Dublin, Ireland (pp. 247-250). Basildon, England: Infonomics Society.

Sheety, A. (2014, March). Awareness and empowerment: Teaching with metacognition to enhance learning in higher education. Paper presented at the SoTL Commons Conference, Savannah, GA. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/sotlcommons/SoTL/2014/50/

Sheety, A. (2014, October). Meeting emotional and cognitive needs: Lessons learned from adult students' peference of learning situations. Paper presented at the Online Learning Consortium International Conference, Orlando, FL. Retrieved from https://secure.onlinelearningconsortium.org/conference/2014/aln/meeting-emotional-and-cognitive-needs-lessons-learned-adult-students-preference-

Sheety, A., & Melton, L. (2014, March). How the interaction between cognition, behaviors and emotions affects learning preference in adults in higher education. Paper presented at the SoTL Commons Conference, Savannah, GA. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/sotlcommons/SoTL/2014/49/

Sheety, A., & Rundell, F. (2012). A PLG (professional learning group): How to stimulate learners’ engagement in problem solving. US-China Education Review A, 5, 497-503. Retrieved from https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED534285.pdf

Sheety, A. (1999, April). Curriculum and peace in the Middle East. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association annual meeting, Montreal, Canada. Retrieved from https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED433265.pdf

Sandler, L., Heffernon, R., & Sheety, A. (1999). On track with Phoenix Early Head Start: Evaluation report, 1997-1998. Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University. Retrieved from https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED429722.pdf

Elizabeth Smull

Abrams, G. B., Smull, E., & Hala, A. (2020, February). Restorative practices: An innovative prevention framework for advancing health and well-being. Pre-conference institute presented at the NASPA Strategies Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Abrams, G. B., & Smull, E. (2019, November). Advancing campus community wellbeing using restorative practices. Keynote address presented at the Restorative Practices in Maryland Student Affairs Meeting, Baltimore, MD.

Abrams, G. B., & Smull, E. (2019, July). Strengthening cross-sector collaboration. Paper presented at the IIRP 2019 Summer Symposium, Bethlehem, PA.

Abrams, G. B., Smull, E., Hala, A., Stone, J., & Willson, S. (2019, May). Building health campuses by increasing social connectedness and sense of community. Pre-conference workshop presented at the American College Health Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Abrams, G. B., Hebling, M. J., & Smull, E. (2018, October). Proactive restorative practices: Creating the conditions for individuals and communities to flourish. Paper presented at Strengthening the Spirit of Community, IIRP World Conference, Detroit, MI.

Rundell, F., Smull, E., & Hebling, M. J. (2018, February). A conversation: From brick and mortar to cyber space - addressing fears and resistance. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (p. 4).  Retrieved from https://chep.cider.vt.edu/content/dam/chep_cider_vt_edu/CHEP_2018_Proceedings_Final.pdf 

Smull, E., & Karaman, P. (2017, October). To learn or unlearn ... that is the question. Paper presented at Learning in the 21st Century: 22nd IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

Smull, E., & Schantz, D.  B. (2017, June). Using motivational interviewing to contemplate change and create dialogue in a restorative community. Paper presented at the International Conference on Motivational Interviewing, Philadelphia, PA. Retrieved from http://www.icmi-conference.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/SmullRestorative.pdf

Smull, E., & Bradley, J. (2016, October). Merging FGDM and juvenile justice in Restorative Reporting Centers: A creative approach to engaging families. Paper presented at the Pennsylvania Statewide FGDM Meeting, Harrisburg, PA. Retrieved from http://www.pacwrc.pitt.edu/FGDM_conference/A5/A5%20Merging%20FGDM%202016%20FGDM%20State%20Conferece%20presentation%20outline.pdf

Smull, E. (2015, November). Overview of restorative practices. Workshop presented at the 12th Annual International Bullying Prevention Assocation Conference, Denver, CO.

Smull, E. (2015, November). Creating a community of care with restorative practices. Workshop presented at the 12th Annual International Bullying Prevention Assocation Conference, Denver, CO.

Santin, S., & Smull, E. (2015, October). Introduction to motivational interviewing and stages of change. Paper presented Restorative Works - Share, Teach, Engage: 19th IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.  Retrieved from https://www.iirp.edu/images/pdf/MI_world-conference.pdf

Smull, E. (2015, October). Addiction and its effects on families. Paper presented at the Pennsylvania Statewide FGDM Meeting, Harrisburg, PA.

Smull, E. (2015, June). Restorative practices framework. Paper presented at the Restorative Discipline Summer Institute, St. Louis, MI.

Smull, E. (2015, May). Building a partnership with families through restorative practices and creating a restorative school culture. Paper presented at the Tennessee Conditions for Learning Forum, Murfreesboro, TN.

Smull, E. (2015, February). Restorative practices 1: Creating a restorative school culture. Paper presented at the National Association of Secondary School Principals Ignite '15 Conference, San Diego, CA.

Smull, E. (2015, February). Restorative practices 2: Implementing a restorative school culture. Paper presented at the National Association of Secondary School Principals Ignite '15 Conference, San Diego, CA.

Smull, E. (2014, November). Responding to bullying with restorative practices. Paper presented at the International Bullying Prevention Association annual conference, San Diego, CA.

Hebling, M. J., & Smull, E. (2014, October). Taking a look in the mirror: Restorative practices begins with us. Paper presented at Restorative Works - What Works, What Doesn't, How and Why: 17th IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

Smull, E. (2014, June). Family power: Working "with" families to help them realize their power. Paper presented at the 17th National Conference on FGDM and Other Family Engagement Approaches, Vail, CO.

Smull, B. (2013, October). Working restoratvely with the substance-abusing population. Paper presented at Restorative Works - What Works, What Doesn't, How and Why: 16th IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA. Retrieved from https://www.iirp.edu/pdf/pa13-slides-smull.pdf 

Smull, E., Wachtel, J., & Wachtel, T. (2012). Family power: Engaging and collaborating with families. Bethlehem, PA: International Institute for Restorative Practices.

Smull, E. (2009). Real or token engagement and agency changes, formal or informal: How far do we go? Paper presented at the American Humane Conference on Family Group Decision Making (FGDM) and Other Family Engagement Approaches, Pittsburgh, PA.

Smull, E. (2009, October). Family group decision making with at-risk youth. Paper presented at the Restoring Community in a Disconnected World, Part 2: 12th IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

A. Miguel Tello

Tello, M. (2018, March 20). Miguel Tello: Uno de los pioneros en prácticas restaurativas en la région [Podcast]. Retrieved from http://www.sabiduriascolectivas.com/2018/03/20/miguel-tello-uno-de-los-pioneros-en-practicas-restaurativas-en-la-region/

Tello, A. M. (2017, October). Restorative practices and theatre. Paper presented at Learning in the 21st Century: 22nd IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA. Retrieved from https://www.iirp.edu/images/jESJjb_Agenda_Theater__Circles_IIRP_Conf_2017-1.docx

Tello, M. (2016, June). Formulando buenas preguntas para círculos. Paper presented at the 2016 IIRP Latin American Conference, San José, Costa Rica. Retrieved from https://www.iirp.edu/images/pdf/Formulando-buenas-preguntas.pdf

Tello, A. M., & Medina, N. (2013, October). Restorative practices in schools and communities in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Panama. Paper presented at Paper presented at Restorative Works - What Works, What Doesn't, How and Why: 16th IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

Tello, M. (2009, October). Promotion and use of restorative practices in Costa Rica. Paper presented at the Restoring Community in a Disconnected World, Part 2: 12th IIRP World Conference, Bethlehem, PA.

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