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journaling

[′jər·nəl·iŋ]
(computer science)
Recording processes or transactions for backup or accounting purposes.

journaling

Keeping track of events by recording them in a log (the journal). See journaling file system.
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Preliminary support for the use of Interactive Journaling can be gleaned from the findings from a randomized controlled trial of male inmates incarcerated in a local jail facility (Proctor et al.
All students having experiences at the AHA participated in reflective journaling as they progressed through the curriculum.
SHARING PERSONAL IDEAS The freedom of self-expression and open-mindedness allowed in visual journaling might encourage students to reveal personal issues, some of which may be alarming.
Traditionally, Steps Four and Eight require putting pen to paper, yet many people use journaling techniques as they work each of the 12 Steps.
Reflective journaling can take place at any step in the ARRIVE cycle.
in 2005 to address the challenges and solve the problems created by SMTP, MAPI and journaling data capture methods.
Barclay (1996) found that participants who did well journaling also did well on their exams.
Recently, I encountered a friend in her late 60s who is fond of daily journaling, as I am.
This four-year qualitative descriptive study, using content analysis of 110 student journal self-evaluations, seeks to determine the value part-time post-basic nursing students place on journaling as a means of enhancing critical reflective practice.
Journaling might help her to figure it out, so Molly begins writing in her burgundy-and-gray unlined notebook, a birthday gift from her best friend, Vicky.
What started out as a journaling exercise used to cope with the deaths of her mother and infant son, soon turned into a useful booklet on grieving.