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Lifecycle Metadata for Digital Objects

Lifecycle Metadata for Digital Objects

Lifecycle Metadata for Digital Objects. Danielle Cunniff Plumer School of Information The University of Texas at Austin Summer 2014. ArchivesSpace Lab2. 2014-07-02. You should have an account in the class ArchivesSpace instance: http://ram.ischool.utexas.edu:8080 / Username: your EID

By bernad
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Books & Theses at the Prescott College Library

Books & Theses at the Prescott College Library

Books & Theses at the Prescott College Library Microsoft Office Clipart I am YOUR librarian! When in doubt, contact me! Michaela Willi Hooper mwillihooper@prescott.edu (928) 350-1307 I usually respond quickly to emails, even on most weekends

By MikeCarlo
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The passive voice

The passive voice

The passive voice. When do we use the passive voice?. We use the passive voice to say what is done to the subject. In Book 2B, we learnt how to use the passive voice in the simple present and the simple past. We can also use the passive voice with other tenses. The present continuous and

By LionelDale
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Rules for Headline Writing

Rules for Headline Writing

Rules for Headline Writing. Basic rules for writing captivating, correct headlines. Material property of the AR Dept. of Education Distance Learning Center. It may be used for non-profit, educational use only after contacting the ADE DLC at http://dlc.k12.ar.us ER.

By Audrey
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Liability for Animals

Liability for Animals

Liability for Animals. Brief summary. Ancient origins in feudal system. Common law rules may apply Negligence Nuisance Trespass Even defamation!. The Animals Act 1971. The keeper of a dangerous animal is strictly liable for damage caused by it.

By sandra_john
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Asking Questions

Asking Questions

Asking Questions. P. 184 Realidades 1. Asking Questions. You use interrogative words ( who, what, where , and so on) to ask questions. ¿Qué? ¿Cómo? ¿Quién? ¿Con quién? ¿Dónde? ¿Cuántos, -as? ¿Adónde? ¿De dónde? ¿Cuál? ¿Por qué? ¿Cuándo?. Asking Questions. What? How?, What? Who?

By Faraday
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Discourse Markers 2

Discourse Markers 2

Discourse Markers 2. Adverbs and Adverbial expressions. What are discourse markers?. Words or expressions, often adverbs or adverbial expressions, which help you understand: The connection between what the speaker is saying and what has already been said.

By leighton
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Subject Choice

Subject Choice

Subject Choice. St. Mary’s Guidance and Counselling Service. How many subjects do students do for the Leaving Certificate?. 7 subjects & possibly LCVP 3 of these subjects are English Irish Mathematics. How many subjects do students do for the Leaving Certificate?.

By marina
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The Sentence and Its Parts

The Sentence and Its Parts

The Sentence and Its Parts. Simple Subjects and Predicates. Every sentence has two parts: a subject and a predicate. The subject tells whom or what the sentence is about. The predicate tells what the subject is or does or what happens to the subject.

By fausto
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You need 3 things to make the past tense

You need 3 things to make the past tense

You need 3 things to make the past tense. Subject Auxiliary verb (avoir or ê tre) Past participle. Être verbs. These work in the same way as ‘avoir’ verbs. They have agreements on the end of the past participle. BUT!. Eg. Il est allé. Elle est allé. e. Être agreements.

By kalinda
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Changing the Subject of A Formula

Changing the Subject of A Formula

Changing the Subject of A Formula. Menu. Subject appears ONCE. Subject appears TWICE. New Subject raised to a power. Subject appears once. s is the Subject. To make t the Subject. Multiply by t. Divide by s. MENU. Subject appears once. y is the Subject. To make x the Subject.

By florida
(112 views)

Get Prepared for Class

Get Prepared for Class

Get Prepared for Class. Put your homework in the purple tray. Pick Up Whiteboard materials Whiteboard Sock rag Marker if you need to borrow one. Subject Verb Agreement. Learning Goal I will be able to recognize and correct errors in subject verb agreement. Problems in Agreement.

By leontyne
(147 views)

Four Basic Sentences

Four Basic Sentences

Four Basic Sentences. “We can do anything we want as long as we stick to it long enough.” Helen Keller. There are four basic sentences in the English language. Simple Compound Complex Compound/Complex.

By candra
(336 views)

Subject-Verb Agreement with Compound Subjects

Subject-Verb Agreement with Compound Subjects

Subject-Verb Agreement with Compound Subjects. What is a compound subject?. Two or more subjects that have the same verb. How do you know it is plural?. Look at the way the subjects are joined If they are joined using and both…and the subject is plural, so a plural verb is needed.

By ama
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Subject Pronouns

Subject Pronouns

Subject Pronouns. Français 1. Subject Pronouns. Subject pronouns are used when the pronoun is the subject of the sentence. You can remember subject pronouns easily by filling in the blank subject space for a simple sentence.

By parson
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Common features in all strands of the KS3 Strategy

Common features in all strands of the KS3 Strategy

Common features in all strands of the KS3 Strategy. Structured lessons draw pupils in from the start. Active and engaging tasks which encourage all pupils to participate. Teaching and learning strategies that are active and oral.

By mayes
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Subject Choice & Career Options 2017

Subject Choice & Career Options 2017

Subject Choice & Career Options 2017. By F. Farrell Guidance Counsellor Portmarnock Community School. Agenda. To examine the importance of choosing the right subjects by looking at: General college requirements Specific course requirements

By briar
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Four Basic Sentences

Four Basic Sentences

Four Basic Sentences. “We can do anything we want as long as we stick to it long enough.” Helen Keller. There are four basic sentences in the English language. Simple Compound Complex Compound/Complex.

By nike
(362 views)

Theoretical Models of Attention

Theoretical Models of Attention

Theoretical Models of Attention. Theoretical Models of Attention. x. x. x. Broadbent (1958) conceptualized attention as information processing Used a cuing paradigm to show that attentional selection of one channel dramatically biased perception

By asis
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WAWF/UID/RFID Industry Group Meeting

WAWF/UID/RFID Industry Group Meeting

WAWF/UID/RFID Industry Group Meeting. Action Item. Acceptance Transaction Requirements Document Develop a set of requirements for a structured Acceptance/Rejection transaction. Team Members. Andy Zajaczkowski (lead) Evelyn Thompson Mark Robinson Greg Tsiknas.

By taylor
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