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Media Ethics

Media Ethics

Media Ethics. Chapter 15.

By liam
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LON-CAPA Project Overview and Recent Developments

LON-CAPA Project Overview and Recent Developments

LON-CAPA Project Overview and Recent Developments. Gerd Kortemeyer LON-CAPA 9 th Annual Conference and Workshop University of Illinois May 2007. LON-CAPA Overview. LON-CAPA is free open-source a learning content management system an assessment system. Free and Open-Source. Free:

By Audrey
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Service-Politics and Civic Engagement: The Development and Evaluation of an Innovative Service-learning Course

Service-Politics and Civic Engagement: The Development and Evaluation of an Innovative Service-learning Course

Service-Politics and Civic Engagement: The Development and Evaluation of an Innovative Service-learning Course Marshall Welch, Ph.D. William Chatwin Noella Sudbury University of Utah Introductions and Overview Instructor & Students Who are you? – Why are you here? Background Rationale

By sandra_john
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The Interplay Between Curriculum & Religious Topics

The Interplay Between Curriculum & Religious Topics

The Interplay Between Curriculum & Religious Topics. Presented by: Karla Schultz. Busch v. Marple Newtown School District. What Happened:

By LionelDale
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Intellectual Freedom and Internet Safety

Intellectual Freedom and Internet Safety

Intellectual Freedom and Internet Safety . Information Issues. Intellectual Freedom. Intellectual Freedom (Relating to Libraries). Intellectual Freedom. The right of every individual to both seek and receive information from all points of view without restriction

By Philip
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WHY IS SOMETHING SO SAD THIS FUNNY :

WHY IS SOMETHING SO SAD THIS FUNNY :

WHY IS SOMETHING SO SAD THIS FUNNY :. USING POLITICAL CARTOONS. WHY USE POLITICAL CARTOONS?. Lead-in questions for groups: What is the purpose of the cartoon? How does it make you feel? What methods does the cartoon use to make you feel that way?

By mike_john
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Civil Liberties What are they? Where are they found?

Civil Liberties What are they? Where are they found?

Civil Liberties What are they? Where are they found?. Civil Liberties. Are protections given to individuals against action of the government. Usually the protections are written in a Constitution. Civil Liberties.

By Donna
(311 views)

Goals for Today

Goals for Today

Goals for Today. understand “free speech” in Internet context understand it as a policy issue in its own right understand some of the arguments on either side AND CONSIDER why it’s become such a big issue for Internet users how this issue fits with the “netizen” outlook. Agenda for Today.

By Anita
(410 views)

The Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights. The first 10 Amendments To the U. S. Constitution. Who determines what the Bill of Rights mean?. The Supreme Court makes rulings on the meaning The Supreme Court balances the rights of the individual with the needs of society. Individual??. Society??.

By arleen
(79 views)

Network Computing

Network Computing

Network Computing. Discovery, Communication, and Collaboration. The Internet. The Internet is a global network of computer networks. It links the computing resources of business, government, and educational institutions using a common computer communication protocol. The Internet. Discovery

By Mercy
(156 views)

Dysgraphia

Dysgraphia

Dysgraphia. Dysgraphia. https:// www.sess.ie/categories/specific-learning-disabilities/dysgraphia

By fancy
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Chapter 4 Constitutional Authority to Regulate Business

Chapter 4 Constitutional Authority to Regulate Business

Chapter 4 Constitutional Authority to Regulate Business . History. Before the Revolutionary War, States wanted a confederation with weak national government and very limited powers.

By trent
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World War One

World War One

World War One. America Ascendant. Long-term causes. 1. Imperialism A. competition amongst European nations for resources, labor, markets. 2. Nationalism. Pan-Slavism Pan-Germanism Revanche (Franco-Prussian war). 3. Militarism: Naval race between Britain & Germany. German U boats.

By vivian
(196 views)

Comforting Agents

Comforting Agents

Comforting Agents. Daniel Schulman Timothy Bickmore. Relational Agents Group College of Computer and Information Science Northeastern University. Relational Agents Group.

By heath
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Civil Liberties

Civil Liberties

Civil Liberties. Civil liberties are freedoms that protect the individual from government to a certain extent. Civil liberties set limits for government so that it cannot abuse its power and interfere with the lives of its citizens.

By tevin
(370 views)

Cyber-Bullying

Cyber-Bullying

Cyber-Bullying. Jointly presented by: James Scot Yarnell, Partner, AALRR; and Sally Jensen Dutcher, General Counsel, Napa Valley Unified School District. Five Areas for Discussion. Agenda. Cyber-Bullying Discipline for Cyber-Bullying Legislative Response (AB 86 and 919)

By corbett
(286 views)

Chapter 4 - Civil Liberties

Chapter 4 - Civil Liberties

Chapter 4 - Civil Liberties. 1st Amendment Freedoms. The First Amendment. Civil Liberties The personal guarantees and freedoms that government cannot abridge, by law, constitution, or judicial interpretation. What are the freedoms included in the first amendment? Freedom of Religion

By libby
(294 views)

First Amendment Rights and Employee Use of Social Media

First Amendment Rights and Employee Use of Social Media

First Amendment Rights and Employee Use of Social Media. Bob Joyce UNC School of Government October 21, 2016. “Speak over those bad things positively”.

By abigail
(104 views)

The Fall of the Soviet Union

The Fall of the Soviet Union

The Fall of the Soviet Union. History ’ s Important?. Russian Revolution in 1917 Established a communist state; became totalitarian Tried to create unified, central state where national and ethic differences were eliminated. Historical Problems in Russia.

By lovette
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November 28

November 28

November 28. Who Does the Bill of Rights protect you from? Are you Protected at the State Level In the Bill of Rights which amendment would you be willing to give up?. The Incorporation Doctrine. The Bill of Rights was designed to limit the powers of the national government.

By kinsey
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