International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences

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  • Essay on Guyana and Family Values

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    age are suffering from continued mortification of family values, artificial happiness and youths losing their voice. I will support my main contentions by entering a conversation with two authors. Sherry Turkle, a professor of Social Studies of Science and Technology at MIT, using her

  • Information About The Festival Website

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    fallsfestival.com Fallsfestival.com is a website designed to supply their target audience with information about the annual festival held over New Year, as a means of digitally marketing and providing the links to purchase tickets. Falls Music and Arts Festival is an annual, end of year, over 18s event, held in 4 separate locations, that appeals to a range of people through the diverse lineup that hosts many genres of music. The majority of attendees fall in the millennial category of 18-34 both

  • Education Program For The United Nations Development Program

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    1. Jim Teicher is Cofounder and CEO of CyberSmart! Education, a digital learning company and international leader in fostering digital literacy skills. In 2007 Jim founded CyberSmart! Africa—partnering with The Millennium Villages Project, a joint initiative of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, Millennium Promise and the United Nations Development Program. The program is going to provide a sustainable, scalable solution to 21st century learning. 2. Bill Gates is the most influential person

  • Technology And Early Childhood Classroom

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    learn about famous landmarks such as Stonehenge and the Sydney Opera House. With the advancement of technology comes the option for virtual field trips. Children who live in a small town may never get the opportunity to explore a museum, zoo or science center. In the same way, a child from the busy city may not get the

  • B. S. In Music Production

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    Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania At the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, you can earn a general B.S. in Music Industry degree but specialize in music technology and production. Since the program focuses on the industry and not performance, students do not have to audition. Music composition and audio production technique courses are balanced with the business and legal sides of the industry. You have access to six recording studios and two audio labs as well as a student-run

  • Video Game Industry Analysis

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    SALES, DEMOGRAPHIC AND USAGE DATA 2013 ESSENTIAL FACTS ABOUT THE COMPUTER AND VIDEO GAME INDUSTRY [ iii ] “No other sector has experienced the same explosive growth as the computer and video game industry. Our creative publishers and talented workforce continue to accelerate advancement and pioneer new products that push boundaries and unlock entertainment experiences. These innovations in turn drive enhanced player connectivity, fuel demand for products, and encourage the progression

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    Jakki J. Mohr, Ph.D. Regents Professor Jeff and Martha Hamilton Distinguished Faculty Fellow February 2011 School of Business Administration University of Montana Missoula, MT 59812 (406) 243-2920; (406) 243-2086 (fax) Jakki.Mohr@business.umt.edu http://www.business.umt.edu/faculty/mohr/ EDUCATION Ph.D. 1989 University of Wisconsin-Madison Marketing (Emphasis in Organizational Sociology) M.S. 1983 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado Marketing

  • Case Study Of Archives And Records Management

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    ARTICLE: An ‘academic’dilemma: The tale of archives and records management. 1.0. OBJECTIVE In this article had discussed about an issue of archives and records management field to develop as academic research. In the first decade of the 21st century, the archives and records management field had faced the dilemma to choose between profession and an academic discipline. There are mention about changes in archives and records management education and research in UK universities which the story about

  • Human Resource Management, an Academic Theory and Business Practice

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    5549 D396 DeNisi, Angelo S. (2005). Human resource management. HF 5549 D43 Elliott, Carole. (2005). Critical thinking in human resource development. HF 5549.15 C75 Gueutal, Hal G. (2005). Brave new world of HR: human resources management in the digital age. HF 5549.5 D37B73 Losey, Michael R.and Meisinger, Sue. (2005). Future of human resource management: 64 thought leaders explore the critical issues of today and tomorrow. HF 5549 F88 Ohtaki, Reiji, 1953-. (2005). Mastering business in Asia: human

  • The Invisible Woman: Female Directors in Hollywood

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    underrepresented, and generally shoved into the background of the film industry. However, with film becoming one of the most pervasive and influential art forms of the 21st century, women’s leadership in the film industry is vital not only to the feminist movement, but to the perception of the modern female overall. With the advent of the internet, digital media and film have become much

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