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Using iPads in the Classroom Carla Cothern MSMS Inservice April 12, 2013.

Math. Take Back Math Mathway Math !!! Fraction Basics iTooch Middle School Language Arts Apps Grammar Up Rootology/ Magisto Super 8 Vintagio iMovie Brainstorming Planning Mind Maps Whiteboard Substitutes Educreations ShowMe Jot SyncSpace Ideas Flight /iPad as a time filler. Don’t assume your online textbooks will open on an iPad. Don’t let the students make changes to the settings. Looking for the Right Apps Do a search in iTunes and on the web Ask others (including your students) Check the ratings Read/


IPAD INITIATIVE “PREPARING OUR STUDENTS FOR THEIR FUTURE”

THEY BEING USED IN THE CLASSROOM? Reading – students use the iPads to develop their literary and writing skills/iPads. Since the world is always changing, students have immediate access to up-to-date maps and data. They make presentations, and photo essays on the iPads. Dropbox is used often. They use the iPads/iPads. The students develop their research skills, develop note taking skills, make presentations, and use Dropbox. HOW ARE THEY BEING USED IN THE CLASSROOM? Math – Students use apps to reinforce basic/


COMMON CORE AND TECHNOLOGY Integrating curriculum with iPads Vista Verde School, February 2013.

political) behind its presentation. iPad resources: Storia, Facetime, YouTube, Twitter, Sparklefish, CNN, AP Mobile, Free Quotes, Google Search, Google News, Google Map, Audio Boo, Voice Memo /How can an iPad help me with instruction? Speaking & Listening Anchor Standard 2 Kindergarten SL.K.2 Confirm understanding of a text read aloud or information/the data and conclusions of others while avoiding plagiarism and providing basic bibliographic information for sources. Writing Anchor Standard 8 7th Grade /


Visual Basic 2010 How to Program © 1992-2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

In 1977, Apple Computer—creator of today’s popular Mac personal computers, iPod digital music players, iPhones and iPads —popularized personal computing.  In 1981, IBM, the world’s largest computer vendor, introduced the IBM /read.  When such details are removed and only the essential information (roads) remains, the map becomes easier to understand.  In the same way, an application that is divided into objects is easy to understand, modify and update because it hides much of the detail.  Visual Basic/


Visual Basic 2010 How to Program.  Welcome to Visual Basic 2010.  Computers process data, using sets of instructions called computer programs. 

In 1977, Apple Computer—creator of today’s popular Mac personal computers, iPod digital music players, iPhones and iPads —popularized personal computing.  In 1981, IBM, the world’s largest computer vendor, introduced the IBM /read.  When such details are removed and only the essential information (roads) remains, the map becomes easier to understand.  In the same way, an application that is divided into objects is easy to understand, modify and update because it hides much of the detail.  Visual Basic/


by Ondrej Rafaj Open source and other useful projects for iPhone / iPad.

requests Synchronous HTTP requests Asynchronous HTTP request Basic HTTP authentication Own network queue Form data / CoverFlow API replacement for the iPhone / iPad http://github.com/thefaj/OpenFlow CorePlot plotting/maps http://code.google.com/apis/map s/documentation/index.html Google Charts API Live charting API A rich gallery of visualizations provided as: Image charts - using a simple URL request to a Google chart server Interactive charts - using a Google developed JavaScript library (WebKit) Can read/


Visual Basic 2010 How to Program © 1992-2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

In 1977, Apple Computer—creator of today’s popular Mac personal computers, iPod digital music players, iPhones and iPads —popularized personal computing.  In 1981, IBM, the world’s largest computer vendor, introduced the IBM /read.  When such details are removed and only the essential information (roads) remains, the map becomes easier to understand.  In the same way, an application that is divided into objects is easy to understand, modify and update because it hides much of the detail.  Visual Basic/


November 1, 2004Introduction to Computer Security ©2004 Matt Bishop Slide #8-1 Chapter 8: Basic Cryptography Classical Cryptography Public Key Cryptography.

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June 1, 2004Computer Security: Art and Science ©2002-2004 Matt Bishop Slide #9-1 Chapter 9: Basic Cryptography Classical Cryptography Public Key Cryptography.

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Slide #8-1 Chapter 8: Basic Cryptography Classical Cryptography Public Key Cryptography Cryptographic Checksums.

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June 1, 2004Computer Security: Art and Science ©2002-2004 Matt Bishop Slide #9-1 Chapter 9: Basic Cryptography Classical Cryptography Public Key Cryptography.

to derive from one another –Sometimes called symmetric cryptography Two basic types –Transposition ciphers –Substitution ciphers –Combinations are called product /(a common ending for an adjective), meaning fourth alphabet maps O into A: ALIMS RICKP OCKSL AIGHS ANOTO MICOL /it, so text enciphered with public key cannot be read by anyone except the owner of the private key Authentication/ length b ipad is 00110110 repeated b times opad is 01011100 repeated b times HMAC-h(k, m) = h(k  opad || h(k  ipad || m))/


Geography Name and locate the four countries and capital cities of the UK using atlases and globes. Use globe, maps and plans at a range of scales. Use.

movement imaginatively, responding to stimuli, including music and performing basic skills. Change rhythm, speed, level and direction of their/Reading We will be continuing the Letters and Sounds programme to develop our phonics for reading and writing. We will be listening to and reading a range of stories, poems and information books about materials and directions, maps/iPads to explore different cities in the UK and learn about their landmarks and features. To showcase our learning, we will use the iPads/


IPad 2 Tips, Tricks, and Training Created By: Carrie Gaffney.

iPad - Swipe to Scroll - App Icons: tap to open (close) (More on apps later...) - Status Bar: Wi-Fi / Battery - Zoom: pinch / double tap - Rotate: Portrait vs. Landscape - Keyboard (different views) Pre-installed Apps - Music - Messages - Calendar (open) - Notes (open) - Camera (open) - Photobooth - Photos (open) - Newsstand - Reminders - Maps/ an Apple ID” button iPad 2 User Guide Option Download iBooks in app store (free) Download iPad 2 user guide from apple website – can be read at any time, even if/


STOP Read this first Enable Macros STEP 1:

you have gone through the deck, you can go back using standard mode to read the script notes. If you do not get this prompt and cannot get the videos/ your hand. Set up, manage conference calls. Take your phone extension with you. Map and track mobile workers. Your company directory in the palm of your hand. Bring / Essential (for all users) Basic call control on mobile devices 128-party ad hoc conferencing Available Avaya Flare® Communicator for Apple iPad device Telephony Basic Edition Key system and PBX /


Basic Google Class July 2015 class. Mobile computing isn’t new.

.61% Source: netmarketshare.com (December 14, 2014) Basic operations covered: Desktops Applications management File management Web browsers /? Tablets: Office applications Email Internet Play games Read books and magazines Watch television Social networking Photography(?)/ that are replacing traditional reference resources including: libraries, maps, globes, atlases, and encyclopedias that are required for/television channels are available as apps for IPhone, IPad, and Android devices. Facebook and Twitter New/


Created by Sharon McMichael W E L C O M E “HBMS Curriculum Night ~ Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013 Ms. McMichael, M.Ed. Reading Teacher and Dyslexia Specialist.

. Opinion* Inference * Map & Chart Skills* Inference & Drawing Conclusions- cont. * Diagrams & Visuals* Charts * Summary of a Paragraph* Main Idea & Details* Analyze Characters * Identify the Different Purposes of Texts* Flashback, Foreshadowing, & Symbolism * Context Clues* Sequential Order & Chronological Order  STAAR Reading practices Test Taking Skills Created by Sharon McMichael 3 rd 9 Weeks 13 more lessons of Basic Language Skills (decoding, encoding, fluency, oral reading/read alouds, handwriting/


Welcome to Back to School Night in room 240 Classroom Support  Reading Specialist Jennifer Anderson Reading Paraprofessionals Mrs. T. Myers Mrs. S.

 Rocket Math Rocket Math Basic Fact Practice Rocket Math Demonstration Language Arts Guided ReadingReading Curriculum Reading Curriculum  Use a variety of/ Studies  Main Topics covered in second grade:  Communities  Map skills  Goods and services  Being a good citizen Handwriting /IPads Homework  Written homework will usually be given Monday through Thursday and should take about 20 -30 minutes.  Reading for 100 Book Challenge is a daily assignment, including the weekend. Students should read/


Beyond the Basics: Implementing and Assessing Rigor in the Classroom Who’s Talking Now?

map (digestive, muscular, skeletal, excretory, circulatory, etc) 3.groups move and add to them or place a question mark next to info they feel may not be correct 4.now they read and respond to any questions from other groups (original chart) Reading/claim. *An historian must carefully note the artifactual or documentary evidence basic to the argument being made. *A scientist must explain the /should not use only the Internet for their research. 5 ipads per class…amazing What other areas of history could we /


1 Introduction to the Big Ideas, Essential Questions & Student Learning Objectives in the Content Areas Grades 9-12 Curriculum Mapping to Advance Teaching.

any mobile device. For example a principal could use her iPad or Tablet to do a classroom walkthrough or teacher observation. The/achievement  Guideline for consistency  Plan for accountability  Document for school community 21 3 basic reasons to map the curriculum:  Issue motivated  Low test scores  Address specific teaching & learning /Writers use a variety of stylistic techniques to engage & persuade their readers.  Reading involves making sense of the text, not just decoding the words. 54 Big /


Welcome! Come in and find your student’s desk. While we are waiting, you may read the note your student has written to you. Please use the index card provided.

Bad Day, Molly’s Pilgrim and The Memory Coat Reading Comprehension Skills Making Predictions/Inferences Finding Cause and Effect / Math  Scott Foresman Common Core Math Curriculum Program  Basic addition and subtraction facts to 20  Hands on learning /Foreman Social Studies Program Units of Study Units of Study Map Skills Long Ago and Today Our Government People in History / Music (once a week) Technology: Integrating laptops and iPads into the curriculum, learning to type, creating projects Music :Mrs. /


Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

KITE, First Contact Survey, Personal Needs Profile and Professional Development. Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) Basic Overview Beginning with the 2014-2015 school year, all Missouri public education students/ one-switch scanning devices, two-switch devices, alternate keyboard, mouse and iPad. If a student is not able to access the computer, then the/ the concept to be addressed. In English language arts, the text being read often serves as the engagement activity. In math, the engagement activity provides /


12 th May 2015. Aims: From this session we hope that you will have an understanding of what happens during a Guided Reading session. From this session.

. What is reading? At the most basic level, reading is recognising words but recognition of the actual word is not enough on its own to constitute reading. Understanding what we are reading is key and is certainly the main point of teaching reading in a class. Reading is all about acquiring meaning; for enjoyment, information and understanding. Learning to read, reading to learn… Where do children read? Computers, ipads, games consoles/


Penn ESE250 Fall2013 -- DeHon 1 ESE250: Digital Audio Basics Day 1: January 15, 2013 Overview Note lecture feedback form Handout: Preclass/Inclass

Audio Basics Day 1/) Internet enabled Digital cameras and video recorders Realistic Video Games Integrated (e.g. iPhone, iPad) DVRs (e.g. TiVo) E-book readers (e.g. Kindle) 3D printers / raw, sampled bits Bands Lossy Coding Penn ESE250 Fall2013 -- DeHon 46 Course Map Numbers correspond to course weeks Week 8: Hardware To perform decompression –For audio/ Lab once a week -- Thursday Materials: –Slides, big idea, further reading Penn ESE250 Fall2013 -- DeHon 65 Grading Based on lab work Teams of 2 in /


Intelligent technologies: basics, review, research and real-life application examples Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eugenijus Kurilovas Vilnius Gediminas Technical.

systems and decision support systems in education. Abstract 1. Basics and applications Intelligent technologies explore the fundamental roles and practical /discussing, oral feedback, email, chat, discussion boards, and oral presentations.  Read/write learners prefer information displayed as words: quotes, lists, texts, books, / Creating recommender system iOS (Apple iPad)Android (Samsung)iOS / AndroidSuitable LO types Idea Sketch – lets you easily draw a diagram – mind map, concept map, or flow chart - and/


1 MAP to Inclusion and Belonging………Making Access Possible Website Tour 2012 WestEd Center for Child and Family Studies.

county name or map 11 County Activities/Basics Training Module/Video Resources –Video Glossary –Teacher Tools 24 Inclusive Practice: Head Start Inclusion Joint Position Statement on Inclusion by DEC and NAEYC Connect Training Modules with PowerPoints, Video, Tip Sheets and Guiding Questions on: 1.Embedded Interventions 2.Transition 3.Communication for Collaboration 4.Family Professional Partner ships 5.Assistive Technology 6.Dialogic Reading/videos on the use of iPads Santa Clara County Inclusion /


1 MAP to Inclusion and Belonging………Making Access Possible Website Tour October 10, 2012 12:00 pm and 4:00 pm Cindy Arstein-Kerslake, Stephanie Castillo.

county name or map 13 County Activities /Basics Training Module/Video Resources –Video Glossary –Teacher Tools 28 Inclusive Practice: Head Start Inclusion Joint Position Statement on Inclusion by DEC and NAEYC Connect Training Modules with PowerPoints, Video, Tip Sheets and Guiding Questions on: 1.Embedded Interventions 2.Transition 3.Communication for Collaboration 4.Family Professional Partner ships 5.Assistive Technology 6.Dialogic Reading/ on the use if iPads Santa Clara County Inclusion Collaborative/


The Basics Convergence Divergence Communication Ecology Person or Group Perception Culture Emerges from self-organization Stimuli categories dimensions.

Drugs Meditate Massage Anger Get help Sex Smoke Work Read Cry Self-pity Blame others Competitive sports Analyze it/: Plot the course of your movements on a map for the next month. If you are like most/ difference — The definition of health The causes of health problems — four basic etiologies — Sorcery Breach of taboo Loss of soul Demon (the biomedical model/ different ways What is acceptable discipline? Use of cell phones, iPads, laptops & internet inside & outside class Cultural Differences in Educational/


Randy Keyworth. Culture Mapping or Going Down the Rabbit Hole (an adventure into the unknown) cognitive concepts: attitudes, beliefs, philosophies, ideologies.

& Haydon, FrameWorks Institute, (2013) Culture Mapping: Patterns of Public Thinking FRAMES REGARDING EDUCATION SOLUTIONS 7.Back to Basics Frame failure of education is due to reforms getting away from the basics: reading, writing and arithmetic 8.More Funding Frame /Funding Frame Magic Bullet Frame Local Solutions Frame Structure v. Teaching Culture Mapping: Impact of Cultural Beliefs One-to-One Computing LAUSD$ 1 Billion to get iPADS to 650,000 students cost over-runs (support, maintenance, WiFi, /


Culture Mapping: A Functional Analysis of the Education Culture Landscape Randy Keyworth ABAI, 2014.

& Haydon, FrameWorks Institute, (2013) Culture Mapping: Patterns of Public Thinking FRAMES REGARDING EDUCATION SOLUTIONS 7.Back to Basics Frame failure of education is due to reforms getting away from the basics: reading, writing and arithmetic 8.More Funding Frame / Individual Frame More Funding Frame Magic Bullet Frame Local Solutions Frame Culture Mapping: Impact of Cultural Beliefs One-to-One Computing LAUSD$ 1 Billion to get iPADS to 650,000 students cost over-runs (support, maintenance, WiFi, /


Geography 2c To use globe, maps and plans at a range of scales. 2d Use secondary sources of information. 2e Make maps and plans. 3a Identify and describe.

of information. 2e Make maps and plans. 3a Identify/ their peers. 2. Ask relevant questions to extend their understanding and knowledge. Reading: 1. Apply phonic knowledge and skills as the route to decode words. 2/Dance 6a Use movement imaginatively, responding to stimuli, including music and performing basic skills. 6b Change rhythm, speed, level and direction of their movements./around the world. To showcase our learning, we will use the iPads to create a news report in small groups. PE Create different /


PC Support & Repair Chapter 8 Mobile Devices. Objectives After completing this chapter, you will meet these objectives: ▫ Explain the basic features of.

, you will meet these objectives: ▫ Explain the basic features of mobile operating systems. ▫ Establish basic network connectivity and configure email. ▫ Compare and contrast/iPhone/iPad: ▫ Swipe bottom up >> Tap lock icon Adjust Screen Brightness Makes easier to read in sunlight Saves battery Auto-adjust (if have light sensor) Android: ▫ Swipe down, Settings iPhone/iPad: /s around you such as restaurants close by Device tracking ▫ Locates device on map if it’s lost or stolen Turn GPS On/Off iPhone 6 Turn GPS/


Basic Concept of IT Computer Hardware M.Sc. Mariwan Oct.2014 1.

Used for Googling, Emailing, Play Video Audio Game…..However lack of functions. Such as Apple IPAD + Samsung Galaxy + Google Nexus + HTC + HP + Dell +MS Surface 14 The/are five basic types of ROM : – ROM - Read Only Memory – PROM - Programmable Read Only Memory – EPROM - Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory – EEPROM - Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only /which used in platter has big size It is used to print maps and posters 57 Thanks for Consideration Any Questions ???????????? Any Questions /


Michelle Storrusten.  Technology is engaging.  Interactive content is more interesting than reading a textbook.  Audio and video capabilities enhance.

more interesting than reading a textbook./iPad by Kathy Schrock  Dropbox  RSS Feed Reader  Weather  Evernote  Kindle  Google Voice  TextFree  Skype  TripIt  News  PDF Reader  Social Media  iPlan Lessons iPlan Lessons  Presentation  Collaborative Projects  PLN (Professional Learning Network)  My Moodle  Grade Pad  Edmodo  Flash Cards  Podcasts  Polls/Student Response  Rubrics  eBook Readers  Scientific Calculator  iFormulas  Calculus  Algebra  Equation Solver  FreeGraCalc  Basic/


IAP C# and.NET 2011 Lecture 1: Basic Syntax Geza Kovacs.

Mac OS X, iPhone/iPad (MonoTouch), and Android (MonoDroid) Applications and libraries can be developed in a number of languages – CLI Languages: C#, C++/CLI, Visual Basic, F#, etc; http:///not be able to read its value in the method, only set it) – ref if the argument has been initialized (will be able to both read and set the argument’/as a normal method Higher-Order Functions Functions which take functions as arguments Example: – Map: applies a function to each element in an array Func is a datatype which /


Culture Mapping: A Cognitive Analysis of The Education Culture Landscape in America Randy Keyworth.

& Haydon, FrameWorks Institute, (2013) Culture Mapping: Patterns of Public Thinking FRAMES REGARDING EDUCATION SOLUTIONS 7.Back to Basics Frame failure of education is due to reforms getting away from the basics: reading, writing and arithmetic 8.More Funding Frame / in learning belief that students can be left to their own devices Culture Mapping: Impact of Cultural Beliefs One-to-One Computing LAUSD$ 1 Billion to get iPADS to 650,000 students cost over-runs (support, maintenance, WiFi, replacement/


November 2014 Accelerated Reader Reminders Rocky Run is conducting a school-wide initiative to help motivate students to read more books and take more.

to use the iPads. They may also exchange their books for new ones in between their scheduled library day. If your child is reading books from their/through thousands -Use inverse relationships of addition and subtraction to solve related basic fact sentences -Solve single-step and multi-step problems involving the sum /, and explain the function of each Social Studies -Understand and use map features when reading and constructing maps -Identify the seven continents and five oceans located in the world, the/


Quick summary of accessibility  Screen readers work by getting the html or other rendering information  The basics are  Clean html or app forms  Well.

basics are  Clean html or app forms  Well structured – i.e. use etc  Alt Tag visual elements such as images  Meaningful labels  Good tab order What is inaccessible?  Flash – in principle you can make it accessible, but in reality this is super difficult  “Read/ Pattern.php?patter nID=map- navigator http://www.welie.c om/patterns/show Pattern.php?patter nID=map- navigator  Problem /  Windows 7 has ‘windows navigator’ built in  iPad/Phone/Pod have touch accessibility for visually impaired  This is/


Advanced Mapping Techniques PRESENTED BY Dan Cory Jesse Gebhardt.

names to existing levels Add polygons for filled maps What You Need (Read the documentation first) CSV file: Unique ID/Maps Background Images Custom Geocoding WMS – Web Mapping Service Point to Point Maps Distance Calculations WMS Basics (7.0) (6.x) Agenda Combo Maps Background Images Custom Geocoding WMS – Web Mapping Service Point to Point Maps Distance Calculations Point to Point Maps/ into a drawing for an iPad! Please evaluate this session (TCC11 325) Advanced Mapping Text to 32075 Provide additional /


XII I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/news-o-matic-daily- reading/id578023255?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 News-O-Matic Daily.

apple.com/us/app/news-o-matic-daily- reading/id578023255?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 News-O-Matic Daily Reading for Kids https://itunes.apple.com/us/app//?mt=8 Google Drive https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/google-maps/id585027354?mt=8 Google Maps https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/itunes-u/id490217893?mt=8 iTunes/basic-driving- test/id990507556?mt=8 Texas Basic Driving Test Websites for App Research Graphite.org https://www.graphite.org/ Appitic http://appitic.com/ Sweeny ISD App Inventory - Technology Department, iPad/


Text and Books IST 653. Examples of Texts or Documents? Books Letters Log books Databases Website Maps Computer code.

Fragile or Difficult to Scan Bound materials-might need dis-binding – Books with maps or foldouts – Handmade books or too “tight” to sit in cr Loose / eReaders, Kindle, iPad etc. Other Uses Cases Increased Access-people from all around the world can get access to unique documents to read. Corpora-used by/pdf nowheresville-gazette-18590622–001.pdf nowheresville-gazette-18590622–002.pdf Article Segmentation Access & Delivery Basic web pages – Pros: Easy to do – Cons: Difficult to maintain, no searching, /


Morning: Guided Reading, Rocket Math, Science and or Social Studies, Math, Specials and Read Aloud Recess/Lunch: 12:45 – 1:25 Afternoon: Writing Workshop,

Time Tests (Rocket Math) to practice basic facts  National Geographic Books  Prairie  Illinois  Regions of the /identify all 50 states and capitals on the U.S. map  FOSS Hands-On Science  Earth Materials  Structures / from the classroom.  Google Hangouts, Skype, Edmodo  11 iPads in the classroom – students will share. Contract will be signed by/additional computation practice frequently  Practice High Frequency Words  Independent Reading  Writing homework  Occasional Social Studies or other work not/


Please write your hopes and dreams for your child in first grade. Please take a minute to look through the books your child is reading! Signed papers go.

Reading The Students will: Read independently daily Read to someone daily Listen to someone read daily Respond to reading daily Read Think Discuss The Teacher will: Guide reading groups (fiction and non-fiction) level & strategy Facilitate shared reading Read aloud Explicitly teach reading strategies Assess reading to monitor progress and growth Reading/) Families Near and Far Map and globe skills Families and/ & Equipment iPad, Computer lab, ActivBoard, ActiVote, Headphones Basic operations and concepts/


Welcome!  Please sign in.  Have a seat at your child’s desk.  Each student wrote you a Sunnygram. Please read the Sunnygram and write back to them on.

reading, guided reading, and independent reading, as well as read-alouds, literature studies, and author studies.  Scholastic Book orders will be sent home each month.  Online ordering is available  Class Code is P86JL Writing  Writing Students write for many purposes with emphasis on explanatory and descriptive writing. Students also practice basic/  Soil Science Social Studies Units 1.Map and Globe Skills 2.Government 3.Famous / within curriculum  Laptops and iPads  Educational Software Programs /


Ms. Jennifer Arra. Reading * Strategies and skills are taught in small groups, whole class and through independent reading * Balanced program centered.

Reading Fluency * Read Aloud * Bluestem Readers’ Choice Award Writing * “Being a Writer” which is based on 6+1 Traits * Literature based program * Students practice narrative, persuasive and expository * Writing across the curriculum * Writing Fluency * Step-up-to-Writing focusing on grammar, organization, conventions and structure. Spelling * Every other week, basic/ * Other components include map skills, historic people, inventions/a week Technology * Individual iPads * Classroom interactive whiteboards, /


Slide 5-1 IT 361: E-Commerce Systems Chapter 4 E-commerce Marketing & Advertising Readings: Chapter 6.

videos Appear through website Optimize videos & real-time measurement iPad 6X desktop Challenges: How to package the message with the/ (reputation of honesty, fairness, and delivery of quality product = basic elements of brands) Online sellers who develop trust are able to /the content frequently – Design the site to become easily read by SE Social Search attempts to use social contacts /to “know the customer” Customer profiles can contain: – Map of the customer’s relationship with the firm – Product and/


HKIEd Library 2013/14. 2 Outline Google Basic More Google Google Scholar Google Books Google ≠Everything you Need Do we have a Trust Issue Here?

Issue Here? 3 Google Basics Upper case or lower/japan singapore filetype:xls unemployment rate hong kong japan singapore filetype:xls ipad user guide filetype:PDF 5 More Google Tricks Dictionary – define: /Sing" site:gov.hk More Google tools – translate, images, videos, news, maps, blog search … and Google Scholar, Google Bookstranslateimagesvideosnews mapsblog searchGoogle ScholarGoogle Books 18 /just doesnt add up? Too good to be true? Short Reading: Evaluating Web Pages: Techniques to Apply & Questions to /


HKIEd Library Nov 2015. 2 Outline Google Basic More Google Google Scholar Google Books Google ≠ Everything you Need Do we have a Trust Issue Here?

Issue Here? 3 Google Basics Upper case or lower /hk Filetype search unemployment rate hong kong japan singapore filetype:xls ipad user guide filetype:pdf 5 More Google Tricks Dictionary – define/management" "school health education" More Google tools – translate, images, videos, news, maps … and Google Scholar, Google Books, etc.translateimagesvideosnews mapsGoogle ScholarGoogle Books 17 Google Scholar/ doesnt add up? Too good to be true? Short Reading: Evaluating Sources in Harvard Guide to Using Sources: A /


ImageNow The Basics Judy McMillan MAFAA Spring 2012 Conference.

Basics/ workflows  Add document types to enable sharing  Modify the current process maps to adopt streamline business processes  Provide users with training in new features and/.mnsu.edu/imagenow MNSCU Listserve: http://lists.mnscu.edu/read/loginhttp://lists.mnscu.edu/read/login Perceptive Software Website: http://www.perceptivesoftware.comhttp://www/New Features for the future will emphasize andriod applications, mobile apps, Ipad and Iphone applications where a student can complete a form using these/


Section I I ntroduction to Programmable Logic Devices.

PROM required for non- volatile operation Section II Basic PLD Architecture Foundation and Alliance Series Software Xilinx M1/ –Contains logical components: combinatorial gates, RAMS, flip-flops, etc. MAPMaps logical components to physical components found in Xilinx FPGA: look up tables/ MD0 and MD1 See Appendix for more information IPAD IBUF OPAD OBUF (MD0) (MD1) CLK TRIG/for desired signals Activating Readback (XACT™step v6) Select Read button in Control Panel Waveform opens automatically –Note waveform /


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to Weekly Readers Digital Edition Connection to One of Collaborize Classrooms Most Effective Topics of the Week Curriculum Mapping Helpers Connecting to Media Players That Work - Important Information If You Download Digital Content New Administrator Workshop /web apps, Facebook, Firefox add-ons, IE add-ons, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Symbian, Web, WebOS, Windows, Windows Mobile and Windows Phone). I did a basic search for "free education apps for teaching reading" and this is what resulted; check it out - very/


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