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    • • Fill in the Current Course information. o The only boxes that can be skipped are the Current Prerequisite and Current Co-requisite boxes. Only skip them if no Pre or Co-requisites exist. 2. Proposed Information: Course Prefix & Number Proposed...
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    • • Fill in ALL of the current information about the course. 2. Proposed Changes: Course Prefix & Number Credit Hours Contact Hours Course Title Grading: Graded Pass/Fail Current Prerequisites Co-requisites • Fill in the proposed changes to the...
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    • • Begin by filling in the Department/Division that is submitting the change, followed by the College/School, and the date the form is being drafted. • Check the type(s) of changes that will be made. 1. Current Course Prefix & Number: • Fill...
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    • Year Interface Type Developer(s) Explanation Serial bus Various Original bus for computer systems 1974 Mouse, Network Xerox Developed mouse, network, GUI, windows 1986 Parallel bus Inmos UK First parallel port processing 1986 SCSI bus Various Small...
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    • Where are Level 1 Curriculum Changes submitted? • The original hard copy must be submitted to Lindsay Fullerton in the Administration Building 304. The proposal must have all the necessary signatures from the previous committees in order to be...
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    • weather had suddenly become very warm and the melting snow was pouring down Coal Creek in torrents, the stream having already reached a higher point than ever known before. AU the dams previously built across the creek for inigation purposes had...
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    • vita continued Served as a member of the Southern Utah University Academic Computer User’s Com­mittee (ACUC) from the inception of the committee though 1997. Developed and currently help maintain the SUU Communication Department web site and the...
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    • v Figure 4.23: I believe that what I am learning will help me when I am older………...68 Figure 4.24: I am not interested in math……………………………………………………………..69 Figure 4.25: I think I can do more...
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    • U.S. Embassy 72 􀂾􋹓 Social Forces: The reporting officer must learn the composition, social, and family origins of important players in host government agencies and bureaucracies; and the role and influence of such groups as the military,...
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    • U.S. Embassy 49 they were doing? So instead of letting the frustration of feeling like I am an unqualified contributor to the TIP Report without even knowing what the TIP Report is, or thinking I’m just taking up space by not being able to carry...
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    • U.S. Embassy 35 vision. Because individuals make sense of the world around them through this physiological experience, they share a common understanding of ideas rooted in this experience and communicate accordingly. The BRIC countries are growing...
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    • U.S. Embassy 32 The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a bank holding firm that provides services in investment banking, investment management, and security services to major corporations and organizations around the world (About, 2009). They analyze...
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    • U.S. Embassy 25 embassy required this skill. Unsure of how many informal, formal, telephone, in-person, and other kinds of interviews I actually performed, I was grateful to have gained the particular interviewing techniques from preparing for an...
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    • U.S. Embassy 18 My efforts to produce the cable will support the IRF Report in that I have made contacts and found a variety of resources to extract information, I have found documented instances of religious intolerance, and I have supplied...
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    • THE WEB 99 Information Architecture 39 a daily basis? 􀁳􇌀 􀀷􃜀􀁈􄠀􀁏􄼀 􀁉􄤀􀁓􅌀 􀁔􅐀􀁈􄠀􀁅􄔀 􀁔􅐀􀁁􄄀􀁒􅈀􀁇􄜀􀁅􄔀􀁔􅐀...
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    • THE WEB 7 more detailed technical look at how specific tasks are accomplished. For instance, in the course module explaining web presentation techniques, the workbook explains what Cascading Style Sheets are and how they fit into the broader...
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    • THE WEB 69 How the Internet Works 9 crashed when sending the letter “g.” An hour later, however, the system was restored and the full “login” was received. ARPANET becomes The World Wide Web 􀀡􂄀􀁓􅌀...
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    • THE WEB 65 Introduction 5 If you are a communication professional, this book will give you the exper􀀍􀵴 tise you need to contribute meaningfully to web projects that accomplish your organization’s goals. From research to planning to...
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    • THE WEB 56 Module 13 Review Questions: Analytics 1. _____________ visitors are the number of unique IP addresses that visited your site. 2. _________ __________ can help you understand what is working in your advertising efforts and offer...
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    • THE WEB 236 c. Identifies the value and differences of potential resources in a variety of formats (e.g., multimedia, database, website, data set, audio/visual, book) d. Identifies the purpose and audience of potential resources (e.g., popular...

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