The Relationship of Literacy to Income, Employability, and Performance: A Quantitative Analysis

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Armando E. Paladino, PhD

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Armando E. Paladino

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4 years 1 month
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(920) 710-1639
Current and Ongoing Research Interests: 

Actively researching Knowledge Management in relation to Artificial Intelligence, Semantic Web, Social Networks, and Business Intelligence. Also, are researching NLTK, Machine Learning, Hadoop and Python solutions.

Publications: 
The Power of Unstructured Data: A Study of the Impact of Tacit Knowledge on Business Performance
Perceptions of robotics emulation of human ethics in educational settings: a content analysis
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RES/723
RES/725
RES/726
DOC/721R
DOC/722
DOC/733
DOC/741A
DOC/741B
DOC/741
Professional Bio: 
Dr Paladino have a PhD in Information Technology and his dissertation title was "The power of unstructured data: A study of the impact of tacit knowledge on business performance". He has a MS in Computer Science with specialization in Internet and Web Technologies and a BS in Information Technology. He is currently researching semantic web and social Networks in the context of Knowledge Management, Artificial Intelligence and how is Virtual Reality being used in education. Additionally, in coordination with the Educational and Instructional Technology Research center he is working with a team of two PhD’s exploring how female students describe online learning experiences using social media. He retired from Oracle in November 2014. (Worked for the Engineered Systems Division as a Program Manager) and previously worked for Sun Micro systems for 15 years. He has been in the IT industry since 1976 (Done it all). He is currently working as a Lead Faculty Area Chair - Research, University of Phoenix - School of Advanced Studies. He teach advanced statistical research classes including RES710, RES723, RES725 and RES726 and serve a SEM for Statistical Classes Design. He also serve as a doctoral chair and committee member for doctoral candidates and he is qualified to facilitate all of the DOC series including residences. Additionally he work as a University Research Methodologist (URM) to prepare students for the Quality Research Methods (QRM) submission. These classes focus primary on dissertation research methods alignment He can be reached at paladino@email.phoenix.edu and armando.paladino@phoenix.edu
Degrees Completed: 
Doctoral Degree
Information Technology
Capella University
2012
Masters Degree
Computer Science, Specialization in Internet and Web Technologies
Florida Atlantic University
2007
Bachelors Degree
Information Technology
University of Phoenix
2006
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Lead Faculty Area Chair – Research University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies
University of Phoenix
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Saturday, February 2, 2013
Assistant Professor Department Chair of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Keiser University
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Thursday, July 31, 2014
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Submitted for publication coauthoring with a former mentee under the program “Dissertation to Publication” to the journal “Applied Linguistics” the manuscript titled “The Relationship of Literacy to Income, Employability, and Performance: A Quantitative

Analysis” . The manuscript was submitted to: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jwl and we received the below communication:

26-Mar-2018

 

Dear Author(s),

 

It is a pleasure to inform you that all required reviews have been received for your manuscript entitled "The Relationship of Literacy to Income, Employability, and Job Performance: A quantitative Analysis" and that your paper is now awaiting an Editor Decision.

 

 

Yours sincerely,

Dr Sara Cervai

Editorial Assistant, Journal of Workplace Learning cervai@units.it

 

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