THIS FUNCTION WILL CONTINUE AS
ISCE.EDU in 2019
THIS FUNCTION IS GIFTED TO THE PUBLIC
ISCE and its associated partners spent three years from
2015 to 2018 articulating the concept that when it comes
to sexual assault, domestic violence, and bullying
awareness and education are NOT enough. We created a
series of mobile apps whose goal was prevention. To-date
those apps have not been widely adopted, and with the
closure of ISCE there is no present funding for their
continued operation. The board of ISCE decided to place
this intellectual property into the public domain so
that some other group or organization can pick up where
we left off.
To learn more about the apps please visit http://empoweringvictims.org
To learn more about what needs to be done to make the apps an effective prevention tool please visit: PREVENTION -- Next Steps
Discovering relevant information.
EPI-Search helps you find documents that are highly relevant to your topic of interest. You simply enter the full text of a source that is representative of your topic of interest. Enter notes or a draft document in the search box. The results display related sources from our library and the Web.
The ISCE Library
The ISCE Library comprises around 8000 books that have been read, skimmed, quoted, etc. over the past 10 years by key full-time I.S.C.E. staff in their explorations. The idea is to explore from many different directions. We found that the greatest understanding often comes from sources one might least expect.
The full text versions are only available to library members who will need to check out each book for viewing in 2 hour increments -- much like a regular library's reserve room. No books are available for download or printing.
Our goal with the library is to give the user an Internet version of serendipitously browsing in a library stacks. To do so, we provide several tools to help you find items which are "more like this" -- where "this" is the focus of your query.
The ISCE Library and Epi-Search are now sponsored by ISCE.edu (the dba name of the Michael R. Lissack Foundation) and the American Society for Cybernetics