My Job Position At The Department Of College Of Agriculture

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I. Introduction My current job title is a clerical assistant in the Department of College of Agriculture with Fort Valley State University. My job duties consist of conducting complex and comprehensive research using a variety of resources to complete, prepare, process and generate requisitions for items or supplies needed to operate the Agricultural Technology Conference Center. Create, establish, and maintain a filing and record keeping system for Facility Use Forms, office inventory, and some financial records. I assist the center director with the facility budget and gather other financial data as requested. Collects payments from customers and issue rental receipts as directed by supervisor. Receive…show more content…
I’ve started to search how I can store documents online using drop box, google drive, and cloud storage instead of creating single files on the hard drive. I am convinced that cloud storage is probably the best way for me to store my personal and work documents since I can retrieve the file(s) from anywhere there is internet enabled device. Most restaurants and some stores in malls, etc. have portable computers or media tablets. The U.S. Department of Education had an article that stated, “technology infuses classrooms with digital learning tools, such as computers and hand held devices; expands course offerings, experiences, and learning materials; supports learning 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; builds 21st century skills; increases student engagement and motivation; and accelerates learning. Technology also has the power to transform teaching by ushering in a new model of connected teaching.” Retrieved from ( One thing I do miss about regular classes is having hands on experience with the instructor. For example, I remember when I started junior college many years ago around the time when Third-Generation Computers were the main source of computers the instructor would walk around the class and view everything we did. I took a data processing class and had my first encounter with the processor involved creating programs. Programs and data were input on punch cards and magnetic tape
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