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    • THE WEB 237 The information literate student accesses needed information effectively and efficiently. Performance Indicators: 1. The information literate student selects the most appropriate investigative methods or information retrieval systems...
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    • ACTIVITIES & DISCUSSIONS The following are potential topics for a paper or class discussion. DigiTrends: ! Increasing Disk Capacities (p.50): Visit a web site that sells computer disk drives. What is the smallest fixed disk available at the site?...
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    • THE WEB 238 3. The information literate student retrieves information online or in person using a variety of methods. Outcomes Include: a. Uses various search systems to retrieve information in a variety of formats b. Uses various classification...
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    • 10. How do laser printers and ink jet printers compare to each other? Which is the most cost effective in printing color? 11. What is an acoustic coupler and how does it compare to modern modems? What is handshaking, and why is it necessary between...
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    • CORE STABILITY AND AGILITY 39 Cowley, P., &Swensen, T. (2008). Development and reliability of two core stability field tests. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 22(2), 619-624. Durall, C., Udermann, B., Johansen, D., Gibson, B.,...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 10 the intervention. It is necessary that interventions give the students and opportunity to catch up, not be left further behind (Buffum et al., 2012). Lipson and Wixson (2012) outline questions to...
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    • 6 Chapter 1 The Internet and the Web the initial session is finished and the path is released. In packet switching, computer data is broken into small chunks. Each chunk is placed in a package of data called a packet. The packet contains...
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    • 14 SOUTHERN BRANCH. and must pass satisfactory examinations in arithmetic, English grammar and composition, physiology, geography, United States history, reading and spelling. The required work in these studies is as follows: Arithmetic. As...
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    • iii Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction ........................................................................................................1 Background, Significance, Purpose Statement, and Study Setting...
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    • 52 responding students can record their participation in class correctly. Their conclusions are supported by the findings of this study that indicate that students who labeled themselves as “introverted” and participating “occasionally” or “rarely”...
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    • THE WEB 244 a. Participates in electronic discussions following accepted practices (e.g. "Netiquette") b. Uses approved passwords and other forms of ID for access to information resources c. Complies with institutional policies on access to...
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    • The I-Text Distance Learning System 41 Which Distance Ed system was better at helping you feel a part of the class? Which Distance Ed system was better at helping you to be successful in the course? If you had the choice, which Distance Ed system...
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    • 1 AN ANALYSIS OF AUTOMATIVE ESSAY SCORING PROGRAMS AND THEIR POTENTIAL IMPACT ON DIRECT WRITING ASSESSMENT SCORES IN UTAH Chapter 1 Introduction - Nature of the Problem Every English teacher knows the pain of issuing a writing assignment. For...
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    • 5 Literature Review Teaching writing has always been a challenge in education. It is an immensely complex task the human brain takes on; invariably it is on the upper levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy. The complexity of the process is reflected in the...
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    • 7 writing must be significant. It must be significant enough to continue looking for other answers, or continue down the very troubling path of not assigning a sufficient amount of writing for student, thereby perpetuating the cycle of producing...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 186 Twitter. I cannot devote the time to be on that all the time, it's time-consuming, and it cost money to have the newest device and I think that is more of a social issue than a radio issue. How in the...
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    • 8 produce a poorly written paper and still achieve high test scores if they use qualities the AES system has (sometimes bewilderingly) identified as good writing. In essence, to write a bad essay and get a good score, the student would have...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 187 Scott Schmeling November 11 2013 Chief Engineer Radio Mankato Mankato, MN 1. What is radio's future? Bright, brighter than ever. It's ever-changing. Radio is the original social media, the original...
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    • 18 payment of all martriculation fees; fifty appointments to these scholarships, each for a term of four years, may be made annually; provided that any holder of free scholarships who shall have obtained the same prior to January 1, 1900, is...
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    • 10 writing at this institution is not valued as human communication—and this in turn reduces the validity of the assessment (CCCC Executive Committee, 2004). They also have concerns with companies not communicating their algorithms with their...

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