The Information Literacy Diagnostic is a self check online quiz designed to increase your awareness of the essential information skills needed for starting research at university.! In order to succeed in your studies you need skills to search for, evaluate, and use relevant and appropriate references in your assignments. The Information Literacy Diagnostic enables you to assess your level of understanding of these key academic skills and take advantage of the opportunities provided to build your skills to the required level, so you are better prepared for university study.! School! La Trobe Business School Week 1 | Information Literacy Diagnostic and Learning Resources 16!
Company G 3-Year Marketing Plan Assessment Code: MKT1 Student Name: Andrew J. Ontiveros, Jr. Student ID: 000272282000272282 Date: 3 March 2014 Mentor Name: Aimee Styers Table of Contents Introduction 3 Mission Statement 3 The Product 3 Consumer Product Classification 3 Target Market 4 Competitive Situation Analysis 4 SWOT Analysis 5 Strengths 5 Weaknesses 5 Opportunities 6 Threats 6 Market Objectives 6 Product Objective 6 Price Objective 6 Place Objective 6 Promotion Objective 7 Marketing Strategies 7 Product Strategies 7 Price Strategies 7 Place Strategies 7 Promotion Strategies 8 Tactics and Action Plan 8 Product Action Plan 8 Price Action Plan 9 Place Action Plan 9 Promotion Action Plan 10 Monitoring Procedures 10 Reference Page 11 Introduction According to website Climate Central (Climate Central, 2013), an independent organization of journalists and scientists, the Western states have been in a drought for the past 13 years. This organization suspects the area could see a multi-decade dry spell not seen in over 1,000 years. Because of such a dire outlook for at least 2/3’s of the United States, Company G has decided to move forward with a product that will revolutionize how we use water. The H20 Flow Meter will change the way we manage our water usage. Any consumer will be able to measure real-time exactly how much water is being delivered.
Devry University library iii. EBSCOhost iv. Organizational Behavior textbook G. References d. List scholarly resources (6 required in literature review) used in the literature review and elsewhere. v. "Motivate Your Team" (article) 3. Academic Search Compete (Periodical) 4.
Course Syllabus PA110: Civil Litigation TABLE OF CONTENTS Policies Course Calendar Course Description Course Information Course Materials Course Outcomes Discussion Boards Grading Criteria/Course Evaluation How to Label Your Work Instructor’s Grading Criteria/Timetable Instructor and Seminar Information Kaplan University Grading Scale Late Work Policy Projects Netiquette Rubrics Seminars Tutoring COURSE INFORMATION Term: Dates: Course Number/Section: TOP April 2013 Term April 17- June 25, 2013 PA 110 -01 Holiday Schedule: Course Title: Credit Hours: Civil Litigation 5 Prerequisites: Students enrolled in a paralegal studies program: PA 101; students enrolled in a legal studies program: LS 102 1 It is strongly recommended
APA Annotated of Bibliography BUSI 604 D09 –Forum 6 Module 6 7/31/2013 Dimensions of culture 1. Scholtens, B., & Dam, L. (2007). Cultural values and international differences in business ethics. Journal of Business Ethics,75(3), 273-284. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10551-006-9252-9 Bert Scholtens, Ph.D., who has been working in University of Groningen, The Netherland, has researched particularly on the interaction between financial institution and social responsibility. Mr. Lammartjen Dam is the student of Ph.D. at University of Groningen, The Netherland.
NUR 403 Entire Course (UOP) For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com NUR 403 Professional Values Assignment NUR 403 Case Study NUR 403 Watson’s Theory of Caring Paper NUR 403 Case Study Presentation ------------------------------------------------------ NUR 403 Week 1 Assignment Professional Values Assignment (UOP) For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com Resources: Electronic Reserve Readings and Professional Values for the BSN Student on the Materials page of the student website Write a 30- to 50-word response in each box on the form that describes your understanding of the values for the BSN student. Your response must: Define the concepts of altruism, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, and social justice.
A Jury of Her Peers BSM Portfolio Assignment This paper demonstrates Hodges University’s learning outcome of critical thinking. Mark E. Moore – WI 14 Hodges University MNA-4100 Economics for Managers Dr. Mike Smith Due: February 22, 2014 Submitted: February 22, 2014 Graded by BSM Instructor: __________________________ Grade Awarded: __________________________________ Table of Contents Introduction 4 Characters 4 Mr. Henderson/County Attorney 4 John Wright 5 Minnie Foster/Wright 5 Sheriff Peters 5 Mrs. Peters 5 Mr. Hale 5 Mrs. Hale 6 Mrs. Hale’s leadership 6 Transformational and coaching 6 Situational Analysis 6 Story Summary 7 Internal Environment 8 Strengths 8 Weaknesses 8 External Environment 8 Opportunities 8 Threats 9 Problem Identification 9 Best Choice of Action 9 Possible Recommendations for Future Action 10 Domestic Violence 10 Sexual Discrimination 10 Student Use of Critical Thinking Learning Outcome 11 Conclusion 12 References 14 Certification Statement 15 Introduction Throughout civilization, there have always been questions concerning the roles that men and women play in society, their ability to effectively communicate, and how each other view the opposite sex. “A Jury of Her Peers” is a short story written by Susan Glaspell, and is loosely based off of a real murder investigation that Susan allegedly covered as a journalist (Edwards, Edwards & Maloney, 1995). At
BRAVE NEW WORLD PROJECT MENU You may choose to work on this project individually or with a partner. You must submit a detailed rubric and a written self-assessment along with your project on ____________. Game Design- create a model or detailed blueprints for one or more of the games or sports played in the World State. Write an in-depth analysis that explains how the game(s) or sport(s) contributes to the World State’s well being and how it illustrates the social criticisms made by Huxley in the novel. Theatre- write a dialogue between two to three significant characters from two to three different works we have read this year, in which they discuss the events, characters, conflicts and themes of their “lives”.
The Effect of Multitasking on Retaining Information by Georgia Regan IB Psychology (High Level) Word Count: 1501 Date of Submission: August 31st 2012 Table of Contents Abstract 3 Introduction 4 Method 5 Design Participants Materials Procedure 6 Results 7 Discussion 8 Works Cited 9 Appendix i: Raw Data 10 Appendix ii: Standard Deviation (Experimental) 11 Appendix iii: Standard Deviation (Control) 12 Appendix iv: Informed Consent Form 13 Appendix v: Standardised instructions 14 Appendix vi: Debriefing Statement 15 Appendix vii: Computer Game 16 Appendix viii: Trivia Facts 17 Appendix ix: Trivia Questions 18 Abstract The aim of this experiment was to test effects of multitasking whilst attempting to retain information. This was investigated in a sample of year eight students at Kambala Girls School. The two groups of students, broken up in tutorial groups, heard the same random trivia facts read out via a recoding, and were tested with copies of the same trivia quiz sheets. The experimental condition used their Apple MacBooks to play “The Adventures of Blob Bob” a simple, online platform game, whereas, the control group were asked to only listen to the quiz results. Students’ results in the experimental condition suffered more so than those in the control group.