Thank you to everyone who came out to the launch of Volume 9, Issue 1 on Thursday, April 4th! Despite a rocky start, the launch was a success and the executive is thankful for all the work done by volunteers to ensure the issue was published! We couldn’t do it without our wonderful volunteer peer reviewers, copyeditors, and section editors. Thank you all!
There were 9 articles published in this issue covering a wide-range of interdisciplinary management topics, from social media, sustainable construction, collaborative problem-solving, and propaganda. The articles in Vol. 9, Issue 1 include:
- Controlling the Clouds: Privacy Laws and Cloud Computing in Canada’s Legal Sector by Shauna Claire Hall-Coates
- Digital Technology: Help or Hindrance? Remembering in the Twenty-first Century by Nicole Bloudoff
- Canadian Waste Tire Practices and Their Potential in Sustainable Construction by Davin Kristofer St. Pierre
- Bridging the Gap: An Inquiry into New Adult as a Viable Category of Fiction by Emma Stewart
- Collaborative public transportation feasibility study: Development of a database prototype by Jeremy Corbin, Stephen Cushing, Chantal de Medeiros, Brock McDougall, Mary-Eleanor Walker, and Dandan Xu
- Collaboration in the Nova Scotia Non-profit Sector: shared knowledge, shared skills, shared sustainability by Jessica MacIntosh
- Controlling Information with Propaganda: Indoctrinating the Youth in Nazi Germany by Kelsey Danielle Appleby
- Glasnost vs. Glasnost’: A re-evaluation and reinterpretation of Chernobyl in Soviet media by Brett W. Taylor
- Social Media, American Interests, and the Arab Spring by Jordan Cook
DJIM has a challenging year ahead and some exciting projects planned for the summer! Stay tuned as they develop and don’t forget to check out our latest issue, available online now!