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  • Content Management : A Case Study

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    Eastern Institute Of Technology Authors Manu Jacob Iype & Vipin Vijayan Pillai Version 11/2015 Table of Contents 1. Abstract 3 2. Introduction 4 3. Business Assessment 5 4. Technology Assessment 6 5. Taxonomy Design 7 6. Taxonomy Rationale 8 7. Conclusion 9 1. Abstract 2. Introduction Enterprise content management, as defined by (AIIM, 2015), is the methods and tools used to collect, capture, store and retrieve the contents related to the organisational

  • Pros And Cons Of Social Categorization

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    Have you ever judged a person by their age, gender or appearance rather than really knowing them? When you meet a tattooed man on the street, your first impression of him might be bad, i.e. a negative categorization, since tattoos are associated with criminals and unemployed people. However, he could be a person who does volunteer and works as a business manager. People tend to automatically categorize a person into groups by visual judgements, demographic features, personality and own perceptions

  • The Need For Classification By Brian C. Vickery

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    different hierarchies. This way like entities are grouped closer together than other entities in a particular fields. Taxonomic classification seeks “to arrange all entities . . . into a single hierarchy” (Vickery, 1975, pg. 10). Vickery contrasts taxonomy with subject classification which allows for an entity to occupy more than one hierarchy (1975, p.9). As these methods of classification are giving explanation and Vickery also discusses the complications that may arise with these different

  • Examples Of Categorisation

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    “ Categorisation is not a matter to be taken lightly. There is nothing more basic than categorisation to our thought, perception, action and speech. Every time we see something as kind of thing, for example, a tree, we are categorising. Whenever we reason about kinds of things (…) we are employing categories. Whenever we intentionally perform any kind of action (…) we are using categories”. (Lakoff 1987: 6) We categorise all physical objects and motor activities we come across in our everyday life

  • Questions On The Taxonomy Of Bloom's Taxonomy

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    3 THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK 3.1 Bloom’s Taxonomy Bloom’s taxonomy is useful to provide students with a framework that involves more than just the progression of thought processes but emotional and physical aspects too. Bloom proposed three main domains, Cognitive, Affective and Psycho-Motor [6]. It can be perplexing how facts and figures about a favourite sports team, lyrics to songs or actor’s roles in films can readily be recalled yet strategies and solutions to mathematical problems can be so elusive

  • Society Vs Society

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    Many people are trying their best to look for a better future every day. Their willingness to take jobs that no one want and that society are categorizing with a successful or a failure with a just before their title. Society is not seeing that these people are looking for a job that helps them pay their bill and have a stable future. These people are as valuable as any other person and should be respected as well. Instead, society is categorizing them with a “just” and making it sound like a failure

  • Islands Of Meaning Eviatar Zerubavel Analysis

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    Introduction The informational article Islands of Meaning written by Eviatar Zerubavel is an incredibly insightful tool that has allowed others to better understand concepts of schemas, accommodation, and assimilation. The article illustrates how we mentally categorize things by segmenting and applying meaning to the world around us. This enables us to form ideas and opinions that aid in the development of society along with our own image of self. Our boundaries can be dependent upon our cultural

  • Bloom's Taxonomy

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    Bloom's Taxonomy of Education and its use in Nursing Education A primary goal of nursing continuing education is to maximize nurses' capability to advance the outcomes of patient care. This effort requires nurses to convey what they have learned into their practice. To achieve this transference, there must be a knowledge base of concepts relating to the particular issue. Teachers can assist the transfer of knowledge by using instructional strategies that incorporate the subject

  • Bloom 's Taxonomy : Taxonomy Essay

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    Bloom’s Taxonomy Bloom’s Taxonomy provides teachers a basis to develop classroom lessons with more depth and higher levels of critical thinking. This hierarchy shows how students can learn material better and retain more later. There are six levels (knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation) which cover the basics of the information (knowledge) all the way to critical analysis proving or disproving theoretical situations (evaluation). This technique appears ideal

  • In-Service Learning Theory Essay

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    1. What learning theory is it based on - if any? Is the learning theory appropriate for the program? Why or why not? If you cannot identify a learning theory, discuss which one you would use and why you would use it for this specific program: Staff development program provides staff with the tool and skills to gain competency in their workplace and opportunity to explore and learn new techniques. This semester, I had a chance to observe a staff development in-service conducted by a Nurse Educator