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Damita Majette

Effects of quality antecedents on e-learning acceptance - ABI/INFORM Complete - ProQuest - 0 views

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    Damita Majette
    OMDE 603
    Assignment 1
    Yung-Ming, C. (2012). Effects of quality antecedents on e-learning acceptance. Internet Research, 22(3), 361-390. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/10662241211235699
Stacy Drinkwine Hauser

Stacy Drinkwine Hauser The Power of Language ScoopIt page - 1 views

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    "Sticks and stones may break our bones, but words will last forever." This link will take you to my ScoopIt page where I've chosen a variety of works alluding to language and its effects, it's beauty, it's absurdity, and its possibilities.
Monica McQuaid

Negative Effects Of Texting In The Classroom - Tech-Nation - 0 views

  • One critic says that this type of communication is destroying the way our kids read, think, and write
  • when students use IM frequently, they reach a saturation point where they no longer notice the IM lingo because they are so used to seeing it
  • It is accurate to say that the over-use of texting has been detrimental to the way students write formally in the classroom and in the real world.
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  • The character limitations on text messages have caused students to form their own style of writing. Using this style so frequently has caused them to carry it over to formal writing projects. Although students are writing more than ever, they are writing with little to no depth, terrible grammar, and are abbreviating almost every word they write. Texting has negatively affected the way students write.
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    How texting is having an effect on our kids ability to read, think and write
sudipta roy

Femina Miss India Contestants 2009 - 0 views

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