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    • 1916 110

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    • 111\UR Service· to the stu­\! V dents this year has giv­en satisfaction; our. val ues and prices have kept them cOIning right alo11g. Our ailn is to be mod­ern, bu t not extreme; he11ce our goods are Ed. E. Crouse Shoe Shop \Alho said Ed Crouse...
    • yearbook1917i071: Debating

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • Debating. A short review of our Debating activities will in no way be out of place here. In the past much interest has been taken along this line and we have put up splendid fights with our sister schools. In some of the encounters we came out...
    • mcbooki029p003: Mineral Resources

    • Beaver County, Utah--History
    • MINERAL RESOURCES The early discovery of precious and valuable mineral and the development of the prospects, placed the count; as one of the most important mining centers of the west It has been said that the whole county was a vast laboratory,...
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    • THE WEB 227 Analytics 167 􀀳􃌀􀁕􅔀􀁒􅈀􀃀􌀀􀁏􄼀􀁈􄠀􀁖􅙐 Profiles show traffic reports for specific websites (if there happens to be more than one), subdomains of a website (such as projects.chrishallmedia.com),...
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    • 60 Hypothesis 1: Information sources have a positive effect on travel motive Hypothesis 1 predicted that information sources would positively affect travel motive and was supported with a coefficient of 0.264. Respondents indicated sources...
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    • 61 Hypothesis 3: Information sources have a positive effect on visiting intention Hypothesis 3 predicted that information sources would positively affect visiting intention, but this result was not supported. With positive influence of...
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    • 69 meaningful information is received by a potential visitor. To influence destination image, tourism authorities may need only to ensure that relevant information reaches the specified target audience. Hypothesis 3 predicted that information...
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    • 70 social and cultural elements such as festivals, architecture, history, and music, would have a positive effect on destination image. Hypothesis 5 predicted that travel motive has a positive effect on destination image and was supported with a...
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    • 128 Hypothesis 1: Information sources have a positive effect on travel motive Hypothesis 1 predicted that information sources would positively affect travel motive and was supported with a coefficient of 0.264. Respondents indicated sources...
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    • 129 Hypothesis 3: Information sources have a positive effect on visiting intention Hypothesis 3 predicted that information sources would positively affect visiting intention, but this result was not supported. With positive influence of...
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    • 132 tourism authorities may need only to ensure that relevant information reaches the specified target audience. Hypothesis 3 predicted that information sources would positively affect visiting intention and was also not supported by this study....
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    • 133 Hypothesis 5 predicted that travel motive has a positive effect on destination image and was supported with a coefficient of 0.118. When prospective visitors have high travel motivation, they tend to have strong destination image of Austria....
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 13 including student orientation. Davis offered the most comprehensive outline for both the orientation as well as the student policy documents that orientation is based on: catalog, website and student handbook. As the first of...
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    • STUDENT ORIENTATION 49 relationships with local employers. Also, advisement services and other interventions are available as needed through the Student Services Coordinator. Faculty members and Program Coordinators work closely with advisory...
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    • 24 often, educators hear the question, “When am I ever going to use this?” therefore, an outdoor classroom makes math come alive and demonstrates how it can be used in real life. Conclusion David Fowler, an associate professor of secondary math...
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    • 9 most prominent early spokesperson was Cook County Normal School faculty member Wilbur Jackman.” (Kohlstedt, 2008, p. 64). The nature study program was endorsed in 1893 by the Committee of Ten of the National Education Associations as...
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    • 23 addition, [Wes07] really emphasized the needs of collaboration with digital forensics practitioners. In the Champlain College case, the college and digital forensics practitioner, which is Burlington Police Department, work together to create a...
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    • 1 ] Allen Ramsey, instructor in Mathematics tries each year to pull high school students through geometry. An outstanding tennis coach. Gwendolyn Hansen, registrar and instruct-or in Business. Is sensitive to bugs and funny smells in her office...

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