Coastal Scholar Repository

The College of Coastal Georgia Library welcomes you to Coastal Scholar so you can explore unique digital collections from the College of Coastal Georgia!

What is Coastal Scholar?

Coastal Scholar is the institutional repository for the College of Coastal Georgia that facilitates access to the research, creative works, publications and teaching materials of the College by collecting, sharing and archiving content selected and deposited by faculty, researchers, staff and affiliated contributors.

How can I add my scholarly content to Coastal Scholar?

Faculty, researchers and departments can use Coastal Scholar to set up collections and deposit content. To inquire about establishing a new collection or becoming a submitter or if you have questions or problems, please contact us at 912-279-5785.

Recent Submissions

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    Coastal Science Symposium 2023 Proceedings
    (2023-12-01) Robertson, Traesha R.; McLachlan, Robin L.; Holbrook, C. Tate
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    Coastal Science Symposium 2022 Proceedings
    (2022-12-02) College of Coastal Georgia
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    Coastal Science Symposium 2021 Proceedings
    (2021-11-12) College of Coastal Georgia
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    Alzheimer's Disease Awareness and National Caregiver Month
    (College of Coastal Georgia, 2020-04-27) Carwford, Maddie; Ellis, Shekerra; Harris, Lacey; Jackson, Patience; Miller, Ashley; Smith, Sunshine; Tresvant, Donna; Woods, Kimberly
    Students worked with the College's Human Resources Division to raise awareness about Alzheimer's Disease. The group engaged participants in brain stimulating games, color sheets to enhance memory, stress squeeze animals, and lotion to soothe individuals who are in the role of caregiver. Brochures were provided to educate about Alzheimer's Disease and caregiver strain and answered questions and provided related disease and resources.
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    A Satilla Marsh Service-Learning Project
    (2020-04-27) Broyles, Sara; Spencer, Martin; Taylor, Elaina
    For the month of October, we visited Satilla Marsh every Thursday to work with students on math instruction. We observed four Eureka math lessons and then worked in small groups on further instruction and strategy building. Students varied in ability, some of the students we worked with had 504/IEP’s. Because of these students with 504/IEP documentation, we had to differentiate instruction to fit the needs of each student. Each week we provided informal assessments through the form of exit tickets. These assessments we analyzed based on student errors and strategies used. After proving feedback a re-engagement lesson was created to supplement student learning.

Communities in Coastal Scholar

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  • Academic Affairs
    The Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA) is the College's chief academic officer and the senior member of the President's Cabinet.
  • Advancement Office
    The Vice President for Advancement of the College of Coastal Georgia is responsible ofr the following functions: Development, Marketing and Public Relations, Governmental Affairs, and Alumni Relations.
  • Alumni Affairs. College of Coastal Georgia.
    College of Coastal Georgia Alumni Affairs
  • Athletics
  • Business Affairs
    The Vice President for Business Affairs reports to the President and provides leadership for all business affairs of the College.