WEEK 4 Annotated Bibliography Entries (graded) In your textbook (pp. 325–326), you’ll find a model of an annotated bibliography. Review the model, focusing on the components of the entry: (1) the reference citation, (2) the summary, and (3) the assessment. Then draft one reference entry and two paragraphs from one of your sources. We’ll use the rest of the week to peer review the entries to prepare you for this week’s
iLab Grading Rubric Category | Points | Description | Section 1Converting Decimal to Binary and Binary to Decimal—20 Points Total * Task 1 * Task 2 * Task 3 * Summary Paragraph | 8 228 | Perform the indicated conversions and post the required problems to your answer sheet.In your own words, summarize what you have learned concerning network commands available within the Windows operating system. | Section 2Classifying Network Addressing Lab—20 Points Total * Task 1 * Task 2 * Task 3 * Task 4 * Problem 1 * Problem 2 * Summary Paragraph | 22.214.171.124.81.28 | Required ScreenshotAnswer the question or provide the required observation when requested.In your own words, summarize what you have learned about the Network Monitor. | Total | 40 | | ------------------------------------------------- Name: Charley Baskett Date: 08/16/2013 Professor: Biao Jiang ------------------------------------------------- Converting Decimal to Binary and Binary to Decimal (20 points) Instructions for the Binary Conversion Exercise: NOTE! YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CLICK ON THE DIAGRAM TO START THE LAB. The diagram displayed during the experiment is not used.
Write down the definition of allegory and cite the dictionary that you used. The definition of allegory is the expression through symbolism of truths or generalizations about human experiences. (Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, Eleventh Edition) Understanding. To help you understand the meaning of this allegory, answer the questions below. I encourage you to do some additional research from the Online Supplementary Materials on WebStudy or Manor’s library to help you answer questions 3 through 10.
In consideration of this we configure the server to allow remote access to network resources for those personnel working from home. We will first need to install Remote Routing and Access by using the Add Roles Wizard in Windows Server 2008 by starting the Sever Manager. Once we are in the main window, under the roles summary, then we click add roles and on the select server roles, we select Network Policy and Access Services, and then click next twice. Now we are on the select role services page, and then select Routing and Remote Access Services. Now the reason why we have added the Network Policy and Access Services is so that the server can act as an Internet router will be so that we can provide access to network resources to the individuals who will be working from their homes from time to time through what we call a Virtual Private Network or
Student Name: Date: VBScript Database Query Lab Report Task 4: Write and Run Database Query Program 1 In this scenario, we need to query the Computer database to determine which computers need to be replaced. Our decision will be based on the CPU speed, Number of Processors and the size of the Hard Drive. In the space provided in your Lab Report document, paste your modified VBScript program and the RUN. In the table cell below, paste your ComputerReplace.vbs Program '==========================================================================' NAME: ComputerDatabase.vbs'' AUTHOR: ' DATE : 8/24/14'' COMMENT: Use 32 bit ODBC Microsoft Access Driver''==========================================================================recordsStr = ""sqlStr = "SELECT Computer,Room_Num,Speed,Num_CPUs,OS_Type,HDD_Size FROM ComputersWhere Num_CPUs = 1 OR Speed<2.1 OR HDD_Size <300 order by Room_num"dataSource = "provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;" _& "data source=C:\Scripts\Computers.accdb"Set objConnection = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")objConnection.Open dataSourceSet objRecordSet = CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")objRecordSet.Open sqlStr , objConnectionobjRecordSet.MoveFirst' Display HeadersrecordsStr = "Computer HostName Room_Num" & _ " CPU_Type Speed Num_CPUs Bit_Size OS_Type " & _ " Memory HDD_Size" & vbCrLf & _ "============================================================" & _ "=============================" & vbCrLfDo Until objRecordSet.EOF recordsStr = recordsStr & objRecordSet.Fields.Item("Computer") & _ vbTab & pad(objRecordSet.Fields.Item("Room_Num"),13) & _ vbTab & objRecordSet.Fields.Item("Speed") & _ vbTab & pad(objRecordSet.Fields.Item("Num_CPUs") ,14) & _ vbTab &
ee NT2640 As part of your assigned readings and material covered in the class lecture you have been provided information about how Cisco IOS utilizes administrative distance in route selection. For this assignment, you are going to perform research using the methods provided below to gather more information on how Cisco IOS and Juniper JUNOS perform route table route insertion selection given multiple routes to the same prefix from different protocols. Read the research resources provided and also perform your own Internet searches for information on this subject. Required Resources: Textbook and lecture notes Internet access Internet Research Resources: Use the Internet to find information about both the Cisco IOS Administrative Distance and Juniper JUNOS Required Resources: Textbook and lecture notes Internet access Internet Research Resources: Use the Internet to find information about both the Cisco IOS Administrative Distance and Juniper JUNOS Provide information in table form comparing the administrative distances / route preferences of Cisco IOS and Juniper JUNOS respectively. Provide an analysis of the differences between Cisco IOS selection of EBGP/IBGP routes versus Juniper JUNOS.
In case of internet café, all the various kind of research can be used in make a marketing decision whether there is any market for an internet café business. As primary research is the most basic research, therefore we can use that particular process to observe the area whether they have any chance for internet café business. It can also be used for experiment on the cases like how many could like to have free internet and how many would like to have free internet while they are enjoying their coffee. Survey the local and the targeted people for the café. Field trails can also be used by offering the service and observing the reaction of the people.
Award in Education and Training – Assignment One Answer the below questions in paragraphs researching your answers from the course, books and the internet. Make sure you save your work to your computer. Learning outcome 1: Understand the teaching role and responsibilities in education and training Task 1 Unit 1 (U1) Assessment Criteria (AC 1.1) – Complete the following table and question to identify your roles and responsibilities as a teacher. (Please attach additional pagers and/or evidence as required.) Tick the box of those responsibilities that relate to your role: Tick Teach/train learners – Large groups / Teach/train learners – small groups / Mark assignments and give feedback / Work with learners on a 1:1 basis / Register the learner with the awarding body / Assess the learner’s work product / Observe the learner in situ / Mark the work against national standards / Make regular appointments to support the learner to achievement / Give positive feedback / Submit assessed work for formative/summative internal assurance and standardisation / Carry out internal quality assurance / Attend training meetings and gain feedback / Be a positive role model for your learners / Task 2 U1 AC 1.1 - Now we have identified some of your roles and responsibilities, explain the teaching role and responsibilities in education and training.
Task 7B. Instructions - Singularity – ENG352 – Spring 2012 This task asks you to look more closely at the arguments presented in the book Singularity introduced in the diagnostic task. You will be learning about many aspects necessary to understand and improve your skills in Information Literacy. Learning Objectives 1) Read critically and for meaning 2) Summarize accurately 3) Locate sources on the web and in the library 4) Evaluate sources 5) Reflect on the research process What to do - Assignment 7B Part 1: FIND, READ, and SUMMARIZE Kurzweil, R. (2006). Reinventing Humanity: The Future of Machine--Human Intelligence.
Find AASB 102, the accounting standard that deals with Inventories, and then answer Discussion Q1 from the textbook. • Exercises 6.10 and 6.11 are set to show you the similarities and differences between the Income Statements produced when a periodic or perpetual inventory system is used. Figure 6.11 on page 249 of the textbook may help you to complete these exercises. As an additional requirement, include the journal entries you would have used to close the accounts of Moree Retail Ltd and Narrabri Ltd when each inventory system is used. • Discussion Q 8 from the textbook.