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  • Instructional Technology Through the Use of the Internet
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  • The Church Serving the Ecumenical Community Through the Use of Information and Communication Technology and Modern Customer Care Principles.
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  • Factors Affecting Student Use of Information Technology
    | | IntroductionThe factors that affect the use of information  technology by students in Nigerian University libraries varies from availability of resources and materials, management and administration  as well as students attitude and disposition. Laudon, (2002) explained that information tec
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  • A Review of Management Techniques and Practices
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  • Principles and Practices of Assessment in Post-Compulsory Education
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  • Twelve Accomplished Practices
    The Twelve Accomplished Practices: Assessment: Effective teachers use assessment for evaluating students' progress in learning and for planning the implementation of curriculum for needed skill building that will lead to academic, self and social growth. During this matriculation I have learned
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  • Drawing on Appropriate Theory & Examples (I.E. Published Research, Case Studies and Personal Examples) Discuss the Extent to Which Managers Can Influence the Culture of an Organisation?
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  • Ethical Marketing for Competitive Advantage on the Internet
    "The function within business firms most often charged with ethical abuse is Marketing" Murphy and Laczniak, 1981 (p. 251) The development of internet-based technologies opens endless possibilities for Marketers. Marketing research can be carried out subtly by actively archiving the procedures tha
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  • Technology Delivers at Fedex
    Introduction Organizational technology is the foundation that builds successful companies across the world. FedEx has used and will continue to use technology as a catalyst to promote growth in a continually changing global business environment. Team A will explore and define FedEx’s plans to use
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  • Use of Internet in Education
    Research on Internet Use in Education Executive Summary: There is emerging research on how the Internet can be an important component of a program that significantly increases student learning. This type of program requires students and teachers to have appropriate access to the Internet and instr
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  • Improving the Performance of Sss1 Students in Finding the Area of a Trapezium Through the Use of Relevant Teaching and Learning Materials (Tlms) in the Sunyani Secondary School
    Chapter one Introduction Background to the study Accomplished teachers use multiple paths to knowledge to help students learn and facilitate understanding. Such teachers know that students learn in different ways and use different modalities to take in information and demonstrate knowledge. I
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  • How Technology Can Enhance...
    Barriers Impacting the Use of AT by Individuals with Disabilities Regarding Employment Many existing issues and barriers impact the use of AT by individuals with disabilities in terms of employment. Many of these barriers are directly related to the workplace, such as the inability to obtain prop
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  • Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting in the Nigerian Manufacturing Industry: an Ethical Perspective
    CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY The original need for corporate governance stems from the separation of ownership and control in publicly held companies in the 19th century, it is pertinent at this point to note that this separation has brought about overzealous managers and passive owners
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