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CIS 515 WEEK 4 Assignment - Just Question Answer - 0 views

    Imagine that you work for a consulting firm that offers information technology and database services. Part of its core services is to optimize and offer streamline solutions for efficiency. In this scenario, your firm has been awarded a contract to implement a new personnel system for a government agency. This government agency has requested an optimized data repository for its system which will enable the management staff to perform essential human resources (HR) duties along with the capability to produce ad hoc reporting features for various departments. They look forward to holding data that will allow them to perform HR core functions such as hiring, promotions, policy enforcement, benefits management, and training. Using this scenario, write a three to four (3-4) page paper in which you: 1. Determine the steps in the development of an effective Entity Relationship Model (ERM) Diagram and determine the possible iterative steps / factors that one must consider in this process with consideration of the HR core functions and responsibilities of the client. 2. Analyze the risks that can occur if any of the developmental or iterative steps of creating an ERM Diagram are not performed. 3. Select and rank at least five (5) entities that would be required for the development of the data repositories. 4. Specify the components that would be required to hold time-variant data for policy enforcement and training management. 5. Diagram a possible 1:M solution that will hold salary feature data, job feature, and training feature for each employee through the use of graphical tools in Microsoft Word or Visio, or an open source alternative such as Dia. Note: The graphically depicted solution is not included in the required page length.
Tom Daccord

smarthistory - 0 views

    A Short History of smARTHistory is a free multi-media web-book designed as a dynamic enhancement (or even substitute) for the traditional and static art History textbook. Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker began smARTHistory in 2005 by creating a blog featuring free audio guides in the form of podcasts for use in The Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Judy Robison

World Maps - 76 views

    If you think that the website Maps of World offers a huge collection of maps, you would be correct. If you guessed that the maps were of continents, nations, states, and cities then you would be right about that as well. What I discovered about Maps of World that I didn't expect was the amount of facts and information that accompanied their maps. Included with each map is the history, the demographics, the economic data and other useful facts of the continent/nation/state you looked up. They also history road maps, printable maps, route planners, railroad maps, physical maps, and "Top Ten" themed maps. Maps of World is a great site for maps but it is so much more, it is a useful tool for learning about nations and their history. notes from Michael Sheehan
Steve Ransom

The History of Typography - Animated Short - YouTube - 40 views

    A creative look at the history/evolution of print/typeface/fonts
Martin Burrett

Inca - 0 views

    A great resource for learning about the Inca through a well design series of games and activities.

Art Project, powered by Google - 25 views

    The Art Project powered by Google features interior tours of seventeen world famous art museums. Select a museum from the list on the homepage & you can virtually tour it using the same interface style you experience in Google Maps Streetview. Inside the museum, just double click to zoom to a location. You can also open a floor plan overview & click on a room to navigate to that part of the museum. The best part of the Art Project powered by Google is the option to create your own artwork collection while visiting each museum. As you're touring a museum click on the "+" symbol on any work of art see it in greater detail, to add it to your collection, & to open background information about that work of art. To create a collection you must be signed into a Google account. This is a great way to start a story or writing prompt, or to explore feature & cultures.
Zane Education

Zane Education - 16 views

    Zane Education provides what appears to be the first ondemand K12 educational video subscription website providing over 1,000 online videos to supplement and cater for the requirements of the K12 curriculum. A feature of this website is that all videos are subtitled to aid in the improvement of each students reading literacy level. Each video is accompanied by am interactive quiz to test the student on what they have learnt from the video they have watched. This website provides an excellent resource for teachers, parents, homeschooling and students and will certainly save money on the amount that those home educators often have to spend on textbooks. The K12 curriculum subjects subjects catered for include Art, Music, Literature, Maths, feature, Geography, Science, Biology, Social Sciences, Library Skills, Health and Religious Studies. Zane is a name well established in the education market having previously published over 250 CD-ROM titles which are in use in schools and homeschools across the country. Their online service at now supercedes their PowerCD CD-ROM titles and offers great value for money.
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Community Club Home Listen and Read - Non-fiction Read Along Activities Scholastic - 0 views

    From Richard Byrne Free Technology for teacher, quoted below:Listen and Read - Non-fiction Read Along Activities Listen and Read is a set of 54 non-fiction stories from Scholastic for K-2 students. The stories are feature pictures and short passages of text that students can read on their own or have read to them by each story's narrator. The collection of stories is divided into eight categories: social studies, science, plants and flowers, environmental stories, civics and government, animals, American feature, and community. Applications for Education Listen and Read looks to be a great resource for social studies lessons and reading practice in general. At the end of each book there is a short review of the new words that students were introduced to in the book. Students can hear these words pronounced as many times as they like. Listen and Read books worked on my computer and on my Android tablet. Scholastic implies that the books also work on iPads and IWBs"
Darcy Goshorn

The Renaissance Connection, from the Allentown Art Museum - 0 views

    Interactive, flash-based webquest about the connections between Renaissance life and modern life. Has a lot of motivating features, and includes lesson plans for teachers. Excellent site from the Allentown Art Museum.
    very interactive, includes lesson plans!

Free Technology for Teachers: Mapfaire - A Simple Way to Make Simple Maps - 0 views

  • Mapfaire is not nearly as feature laden as Google Maps. But because it doesn't have as many features as Google Maps students should be able to get up and running with it much quicker than with Google Maps. You could have students create Mapfaire maps about all kinds of themes in feature and or literature.

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