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    • Employee Giving 32 this particular year at Southern Utah University our spring employee campaign capitalized on the momentum of a successful inauguration of our new president, a much anticipated Founders Day celebration and a legislative session...
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    • 73 and the bottom of the scale is equally important. All students are taken into consideration when decisions about activities are made and lessons developed. I did this research to become a better teacher. I believe the day a teacher stops...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 23 overly complex or unreadable code. It assigns a numeric grade based on GPA's; 4.0 is the best possible score for code to achieve. Table 2 shows the scores for each of the projects in this work. Table 2: Code Climate GPA Project...
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    • 52 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Appendix B Classroom Observation Form INCLUSION – CLASSROOM OBSERVATION FORM School: ________________ Grade: ____ Subject: _________ Teacher: __________ Date: _______ Period/Time: ________ General description of...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 36 South Vietnam’s military was finally organized into a cohesive and effective force. Hard earned ARVN victories during the 1972 Offensive demonstrated that with U. S. material and...
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    • THE WEB 107 Information Architecture 47 a designer, information architect, or key stakeholder, it should be easier to use and a fairly accurate representation of how users would interact with a site’s content. 􀁳􇍐 Provides a good foundation􀂈􈠀...
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    • EDUCATION REFORM IN AMERICA 25 contribution this individual will give to the economy (See Appendix D, Table 1, Table 2, Table 3, Table 4, Table 5, Table 6). Keating also discovered that the organization of education in the U.S. runs counter to the...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 13 Literature Review A topical literature review is used for understanding contributions of specific areas and determines where this project fits in the puzzle of communication research. Organizational Culture In order to create or...
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    • E1CU’s 2015 Annual Meeting 27 WEEK SEVEN: Three Facebook posts and a new follower. Two tweets on Twitter and following two new people. 13 pins on Pinterest, one new follower, following three new people. WEEK EIGHT: Four Facebook posts. Four Twitter...
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    • Fusion 360 52 APPENDIX 2 Client optimized article Benefits of Becoming a Personal Trainer Now that swim suit season is over most people choose to forget their dreams of a “beach body” and become less active while indulging and over-eating...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 111 the link between character education and academic achievement (cf., Chapter 2, pp. 33-34). Ultimately, the small population size of this study compromised the transferability of these results beyond this case...
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    • 11 Literature Review The key purpose in the review of the current and past literature is to identify specific reasons as to why high school students would benefit from an integrated video and print media program. media systems dependency theory...
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    • THE WEB 125 The Development Process 65 physiographic inquiry. For instance, say you were designing a website for a direct selling nutritional supplement company. After some research, you find that 70% of the company is made up of women over the age...
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    • 146 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop 7. Now we are ready to start saving the image as the pages of our web site. If you are working in a student lab at SUU, you can save the pages in your “F:\public_html” folder. If not, you can save the pages...
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    • 14 on media to help them connect to their social world. Ball and-Rokeach and DeFleu (1976) suggest that there is a range of the types of dependencies: the need to understand one’s social world, the need to act meaningfully and effectively in that...
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    • 15 other, more stable times, the need for dependency on media may decrease significantly. Media-Systems Dependency Theory predicts that an individual depends on media information to meet certain needs and achieve certain goals. Dimensions of...
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    • 16 control over dependency-engendering resources” (p. 19). Individuals lack the capacity to control the resources available through the various media. The media itself has the ultimate control over the information an individual is seeking after in...
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    • 17 lacked the wide breadth of resources that media has access to and has only had access to the narrow range of information resources shared within their peer groups. Social media has now liberated individuals to access a broader scope for...
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    • P a g e | 23 our emotional world that is deadened. The world of our creative imagination and intelligence is also impoverished (Sherrard, 1986). We must realize by now that our so-called deceptive inventions constructed and manufactured to complete...
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    • 33 elusive, at best, and is not often proved to be successful by scores alone. Students’ reactions to a new technology or skill may not be proved numerically but rather pragmatically. Among the study population who implemented skills into their...

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