You are each responsible for an essay, 3 pages in length, discussing in more-depth your questions, how you answered them, your engagement with the themes on which your group focused, and how the poster conveys this information. Your paper should be typed, doubled-spaced, and page-numbered, with 1-inch margins.
Psychological principles are theories and beliefs about major areas of our lives, like cognitions, intelligence, social groups, habit, behavior, and many others. Let’s explore how we identify and utilize psychological principles in daily life. In a 2 page paper, please analyze the following:
- How do psychological principles affect the study of the behavior of individuals and groups?
- What are the parameters of behavioral deviance and its various therapies?
- How do psychological principles affect the study of individual differences?
- Last, explain the role of psychology in such areas as industry, complex organizations, law, and education.
This paper should be 2-3 pages in length and use APA formatting (cover page, paper body formatting, citations, and references: see Rasmussen’s APA guide in the Resources tab, or by clicking here. Prior to submitting your paper, be sure you proofread your work to check your spelling and grammar. If you use any outside sources, please site those sources in APA citation format
Health topic: juvenile diabetes ( Florida)
1) Locate health statistics for your selections. You must include national and state data.
2) Include local county or city data if available.
Follow the guide in the left hand column for each section.
Research content regarding concepts of multiculturalism and diversity, and include interventions that address health disparities.
Do not modify the margins or the size of the cells.
Take-Home Exam #2
General Instructions: Your completed exam must be turned in to me—via online drop box—by 11:59pm on Thursday, May 7, 2020. Please type your responses—double-spaced with one-inch margins. The exam is worth 100 points. ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS and CITE. NO EXCEPTIONS FOR LATE SUBMISSIONS.
- Is racism able to exist without a person self-identifying as a racist? Must a person see himself or herself as a racist in order to behave in a racist manner? Give two recent examples from popular culture where a person behaved in a racist manner and did not see themselves as racist. Cite the articles you use in your answer.
- Derrick Bell, a prominent philosopher of race, argues that racism is here to stay—that is, we will never be free from its influence. In a similar fashion, Randal Kennedy argues that the Color Line permeates all of American Life. In a brief summation, state your feelings on the matter in light of all we have learned in the class. Answer the following: Is racism here to stay? Will we ever be free of its influence? Will our popular culture ever be colorblind? Do we want the world to e color blind—or something else? Why or why not? Cite the book and PDF articles in your answer, and make sure your answer has depth.
Note: A minimum of five pages is expected.
Partial drafts (optional) Due: 4/6/20 via BB
Final Drafts Due: pending date on BB
The goals of this assignment are to help you:
- become more knowledgeable about finding and using varied research sources
- further develop your critical thinking skills and back up your points with evidence
- become more adept at synthesizing information and developing informed views
- discipline yourself to follow a scholarly research format to document in-text sources and a reference page (bibliography)
- compose a well organized, clear, concise, research paper to expand your knowledge on a subject pertaining to this course
Topic: Your research paper project begins with a fact finding search on some current or historical issues pertaining to the Caribbean. Your research topic can examine issues not discussed in class as long as they relate to the Caribbean and is approved by your instructor. We will dedicate a couple class sessions to brainstorming possible research topics.
Approach: Your paper does not have a chance to be substantive unless you have substantive sources. Find 7 to 10 VARIED (NOT all internet sites, for example) sources – including academic journal articles and professional publications, Internet sources, and possibly (but not required) an interview.
Your paper should contain these parts:
Introduction: Your introductory material should set up your topic for your audience. It may be more than one paragraph in length, but at some point, very early in the paper you then need to start the body of the paper. Your thesis should come at the end of your introductory material. State your thesis in the form of a sentence or two. It should not be in the form of a question. Your thesis should be a brief statement, in your own words, that points out the major issues about this topic that you discovered in your research.
Body of Paper: The body of your paper should provide supporting evidence to support your thesis, in a logical, fully developed manner. For each new topic which supports your overall thesis, provide a topic sentence which is, in effect, the thesis for that sub-topic. Do not use subheadings; you should use the topic sentences to transition from one related point to the next.
A writer of a research paper should synthesize the information gained from sources and weave them into a well ordered discourse, using the sources as evidence to support key points.
Conclusion: Your conclusion should make some “wrap up” statements about what you learned regarding your chosen topic. Also, address any issues that may still not be resolved for you.
Follow MLA Guidelines
Margins – 1 inch top, bottom, left, right
we cover two more important IT topics: “Digital Systems and the Design of Work (and also “Information Systems and Business Transformation. authors focus on how IT resources can be used to build competitive advantage for the organization.
The “value chain” model is presented as a framework by which organizations can link their business processes to create strategic partnerships. You are assigned to read an article: “Technology adoption by global virtual teams: Developing a cohesive approach”. From these readings there will be a discussion (Discussion 3) and you will submit a research paper on Business Process Re-design.
Read article – “Technology adoption by global virtual teams: Developing a cohesive approach”
Read article – “Influence of digital technology”
Summary of participation for Week 5: Digital Systems and the Design of Work
Summary of participation for week 6: Information Systems and Business Transformation
1. 500 words Discussion
2. 3-4 page research paper and reference page
You have been in your role as Human Resources Manager of Acme Manufacturing for 6 months now. The employee hostilities that existed when you started your job have been resolved. Training was provided to all employees about expected behaviors and disciplinary actions, and the organization is now well-aware of requirements. The shift workers have received disciplinary action resulting in a written warning and now understand the importance of appropriate behavior in the workplace. The shift workers are now back at their jobs and are happy to be there!
There has been little communication regarding how the company is doing since your arrival as the Human Resource Manager of Acme Manufacturing. Leadership of the company has noticed this as well, and the CEO has called you to her office for a meeting.
The CEO explains that the company does not have a compensation structure for the nonrepresented management employees. She explains that there is a need for an overall job analysis process and that this work must be completed and approved by the board during its meeting in 2 months. She hands you a report from an external consultant to the board’s Compensation Committee outlining the elements needed, as follows:
- Develop and explain the different requirements that could be used in the recruitment and selection process for managerial positions in the corporation. This should include a discussion about what may be unique about managerial requirements as compared to other roles.
- Explain the important steps of job analysis, job design, job description, and job specification as they relate to this project. Ensure that you provide substantial detail in your response.
- How would you evaluate the relative worth of these management jobs in the company using the job evaluation process? Where would these managerial roles fall within the company’s compensation structure? Ensure that you explain how you made this decision.
Prepare a 5–7-page report for the CEO that responds to the 3 requirements listed above. The report will be given to the Board of Directors, so it must be formatted professionally, and you should cite any references used in proper APA format.
Emma Bunton: 3rd Nursing Essay
– There are several terms relative to Budgeting that you should be familiar with. , I want you to provide a written document explaining each item and describe the good the bad and the ugly of each item.
- Define Benefit Retirement Plan (1 page)
- Defined Contribution Retirement Plan (1 page)
- Health Saving Account (2 paragraphs) including cap amounts
- 401 K (2 paragraphs) Including cap amounts
- 403 B (2 paragraphs0 Including Cap amounts
- Roth IRA (2 paragraphs) including cap amounts.
Southampton Solent University
Coursework Assessment Brief
|Unit Title:||Web Technologies|
|Unit Leader:||Prins Butt|
|Assessment Title:||Web Technologies|
|Assessment Type:||Report and Software Product|
|Restrictions on Time/Word Count:||2000 words|
|Consequence of not meeting time/word count limit:||There is no penalty for submitting below the word/count limit, but students should be aware that there is a risk they may not maximise their potential mark.|
|Issue Date:||09th March 2020|
|Hand In Date:||18th May 2020|
|Planned Feedback Date:||15st June 2020|
|Mode of Submission:||Online via Solent Online Learning|
|Number of copies to be submitted:||1|
This assessment will be marked anonymously
You are required to develop a database driven website using appropriate web technologies for a scenario of your choice. Your website must meet the following criteria:
The website must utilise a database.
You are expected to design the database as you see fit for this assessment however it is expected that you will have a users table that holds all the users’ records.
You should also have at least two different types of users (for example, an admin user and a standard user).
You should include a database schema in your report
You are not expected to use a back-end framework. Instead you should demonstrate your own implementation using PHP.
Your website should provide a means for the user to login as well as a dashboard/main page from which the key or main functionality of the website can be accessed.
4) Course Specific Skills
In addition to the above requirements you should demonstrate your understanding and implementation of web technologies that focus on the following:
|Back End||Front End|
The back-end should be implemented as an API, that is, a set of modules with functions that allow at least the basic Create, Retrieve, Update and Delete (CRUD) operations to be executed. This should be done using PHP.
A more advanced solution should some incorporate security features such as protection against common attacks (e.g. SQL injection and cross-site scripting attacks) and perform robust error checking.
The back-end should utilise a database. A basic solution should consist of normalised tables which store and allow retrieval of login details as well as information relevant to the scenario.
The front-end should incorporate features that enhance the user experience. A basic solution should provide a clear way to navigate the site. A more advanced solution should demonstrate the application of techniques that enhance the user experience and perform data validation.
It is expected that you will produce two deliverables.
– An implementation. This is your website deployed on provided server.
– A report. This will summarise your implementation.
You need to complete both elements to pass this assessment.
Your implementation will be graded as follows:
For a Grade D
Develop a basic website that allows a user to create, search, view and delete entries stored in a database. It is expected you will use standard web technologies such as HTML, CSS, PHP and MySQL.
For a Grade C
In addition to the requirements for Grade D, develop a website with:
a basic back-end API consisting of modules of functions that allow the creating, viewing, updating and deleting of database entries.
a front-end that utilises the back-end API to populate the web pages and suitably structures and presents the content providing an intuitive way to navigate and/or utilise the key functionality of the website.
For a Grade A – B
In addition to the requirements for Grade C, the website provides:
A mobile-first, responsive website that complies with modern standards, utilises an appropriate framework and/or toolkit and supports progressive enhancement.
The website will have a suitable back-end API and be database driven. For the higher grades the implementation should incorporate security features and the application UX principles. For full marks the implementation should demonstrate the application of techniques beyond the taught aspects of this module.
Your report should provide a summary of your implementation. Your report will be graded as follows:
For a Grade D
The report provides a summary of the key functionality that has been implemented and is consistent with the solution that has been submitted. This should include details of the technical aspects or workings of the website (e.g. explains how a web page fetches data from the database and presents this to the user). The report should also include an appropriate database schema.
For a Grade C
In addition to the requirements for Grade D, develop a website with:
The report summarises both the front-end and back-end aspects of the implementation including the user experience, the front-end framework, back-end API and the database. The report also includes a brief summary and evidence to demonstrate the use of a version control repository as well as the incremental development of the website (e.g. commit history).
For a Grade A – B
In addition to the requirements for Grade C, the website provides:
The report provides a concise and consistent summary of the implementation with strong supporting evidence of its development. This should summarise all functionality that is equivalent to a Grade A – B implementation as indicated in the marking criteria for the implementation.
How and what to submit
You should use the assessment submission link provided on the Solent Online Learning (SOL) page for the module in order to submit your solution.
You should submit a zip file containing your report and the website implementation including an SQL file with an export of your database.
The website should also be deployed on the Edward 2 server and should not be modified once submission has been made.
This assessment will enable students to demonstrate in full or in part the learning outcomes identified in the unit descriptors.
Students are reminded that:
- If this assessment is submitted late i.e. within 5 working days of the submission deadline, the mark will be capped at 40% if a pass mark is achieved;
- If this assessment is submitted later than 5 working days after the submission deadline, the work will be regarded as a non-submission and will be awarded a zero;
- If this assessment is being submitted as a referred piece of work (second or third attempt) then it must be submitted by the deadline date; any Refer assessment submitted late will be regarded as a non-submission and will be awarded a zero.
The University’s Extenuating Circumstances procedure is in place if there are genuine circumstances that may prevent a student submitting an assessment. If students are not ‘fit to study’, they can either request an extension to the submission deadline of 5 working days or they can request to submit the assessment at the next opportunity (Defer). In both instances students must submit an EC application with relevant evidence. If accepted by the EC Panel there will be no academic penalty for late submission or non-submission dependent on what is requested. Students are reminded that EC covers only short term issues (20 working days) and that if they experience longer term matters that impact on learning then they must contact a Student Achievement Officer for advice.
A summary of guidance notes for students is given below:
Any submission must be students’ own work and, where facts or ideas have been used from other sources, these sources must be appropriately referenced. The University’s Academic Handbook includes the definitions of all practices that will be deemed to constitute academic misconduct. Students should check this link before submitting their work.
Procedures relating to student academic misconduct are given below:
The work being carried out by students must be in compliance with the Ethics Policy. Where there is an ethical issue, as specified within the Ethics Policy, then students will need an ethics release or an ethical approval prior to the start of the project.
The Ethics Policy is contained within Section 2S of the Academic Handbook:
The University uses a letter grade scale for the marking of assessments. Unless students have been specifically informed otherwise their marked assignment will be awarded a letter grade. More detailed information on grade marking and the grade scale can be found on the portal and in the Student Handbook.
Guidance for online submission through Solent Online Learning (SOL)