Author: Management Association, Information ResourcesPublish On: 2018-03-02
Staying the course: Online education in the United States, 2008. Babson Survey Research Group. Retrieved from http://olc.onlinelearningconsortium.org/sites/default/files/ staying_the_course-2.pdf Allen, E., & Seaman, J. (2011).
Author: Management Association, Information Resources
Publisher: IGI Global
The rapid growth in online and virtual learning opportunities has created culturally diverse classes and corporate training sessions. Instruction for these learning opportunities must adjust to meet participant needs. Online Course Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is a comprehensive reference source for the latest scholarly material on the trends, techniques, and management of online and distance-learning environments and examines the benefits and challenges of these developments. Highlighting a range of pertinent topics, such as blended learning, social presence, and educational online games, this multi-volume book is ideally designed for administrators, developers, instructors, staff, technical support, and students actively involved in teaching in online learning environments.
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Author: Adam Tanner
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Business & Economics
The greatest threat to privacy today is not the NSA, but good-old American companies. Internet giants, leading retailers, and other firms are voraciously gathering data with little oversight from anyone. In Las Vegas, no company knows the value of data better than Caesars Entertainment. Many thousands of enthusiastic clients pour through the ever-open doors of their casinos. The secret to the company's success lies in their one unrivaled asset: they know their clients intimately by tracking the activities of the overwhelming majority of gamblers. They know exactly what games they like to play, what foods they enjoy for breakfast, when they prefer to visit, who their favorite hostess might be, and exactly how to keep them coming back for more. Caesars' dogged data-gathering methods have been so successful that they have grown to become the world's largest casino operator, and have inspired companies of all kinds to ramp up their own data mining in the hopes of boosting their targeted marketing efforts. Some do this themselves. Some rely on data brokers. Others clearly enter a moral gray zone that should make American consumers deeply uncomfortable. We live in an age when our personal information is harvested and aggregated whether we like it or not. And it is growing ever more difficult for those businesses that choose not to engage in more intrusive data gathering to compete with those that do. Tanner's timely warning resounds: Yes, there are many benefits to the free flow of all this data, but there is a dark, unregulated, and destructive netherworld as well.
Staying safe online The internet is a useful tool both socially and educationally, SEE ALSO ‹22–23 Cybersecurity ‹36–37 Peripheral devices Hacking and privacy 190–191 › but it also has its pitfalls. It's essential that users are aware ...
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Perfect for home learning, this visual guide to computers, the Internet, and social media uses step-by-step diagrams and graphics to explore how kids can get the most from computers while staying safe. Covering everything from data to digital life, from computer coding to cyber attacks, this unique guide gives parents and kids the most up-to-date and comprehensive facts and information in a visually appealing way. It examines the technical aspects of computers, such as how they function, the latest digital devices and software, and how the Internet works. It also builds the confidence of parents and kids when facing challenges such as staying safe online, digital etiquette, and how to navigate the potential pitfalls of social media. Jargon-free language helps to explain difficult and potentially dread-inducing concepts such as hacking, Bitcoin, and malware, while colorful graphics help make learning about the world of computer science exciting. For those who want to make the most out of the digital world, Help Your Kids with Computer Science is the perfect platform to discover more. Series Overview: DK's bestselling Help Your Kids With series contains crystal-clear visual breakdowns of important subjects. Simple graphics and jargon-free text are key to making this series a user-friendly resource for frustrated parents who want to help their children get the most out of school.
Table 3 Online safety Age Topic 11– 13 Staying safe online 13– 15 Content Using a computer What is online personal information Online security settings and passwords Social media Sharing images—What is safe and what is not Understanding ...
Author: James K. Luiselli
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book focuses on applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment of violence and aggression in persons with neurodevelopmental disabilities. It details ABA theory and concepts leading to empirical treatment procedures that can be implemented successfully across diverse treatment settings. Further, the book examines contemporary approaches to functional behavioral assessment (FBA) and functional analysis (FA) in determining the environmental conditions responsible for violence and aggression. In addition, the volume describes several evidence-supported treatment procedures that encompass antecedent-control, contingency management, cognitive-behavior therapy, and physical intervention components. It addresses effective strategies for training and supervising care providers, including behavioral skills training (BST), posttraining performance management, and mindfulness. Finally, the book presents recommendations that guide effective and socially valid research-to-practice translation. Applied Behavior Analysis Treatment of Violence and Aggression in Persons with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities is an essential resource for researchers, clinicians/therapists, and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in forensic psychology, public health, criminology/criminal justice, and behavioral therapy and rehabilitation.
Staying. online. Ifyouaren't connected to the Internet when you open Windows Help andSupport, Windows falls back to a stunted version of the Help system. If youreally need help with almost anything that's fairly complex, ...
Author: Woody Leonhard
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Ten minibooks in one get you thoroughly caught up on Windows 8.1! With new improvements and changes, Windows 8.1 offers a refreshed user interface, better integration between the new and traditional Windows interfaces, and more. This updated top-selling guide is what you need to get up to speed on everything Windows 8.1. Nine minibooks in one cover such essential topics as navigating the new Start Screen, understanding Windows 8.1 apps, securing Windows 8.1, and much more. Take the guesswork out of Windows 8.1 from day one with this complete, all-in-one resource. Helps you get up to speed on the Windows 8.1 operating system, including its Start Screen, which is a feature sure to please traditional Windows users Provides top-notch guidance from trusted and well-known Windows expert and author Woody Leonhard Covers Windows 8.1 inside and out, including how to customize the Start screen, manage apps, and control privacy Delves into core Windows 8.1 apps such as e-mail, people, and SkyDrive Shows you how to connect online, add hardware, back up and update, and secure Windows 8.1 Discover new improvements, old favorites, and everything in between with Windows 8.1 All-in-One For Dummies.
Allen, I. E. and Seaman, J. (2008) Staying the course: Online education in the United States, 2008. Needham MA: Sloan Consortium. Retrieved on March 14, 2011 from http://sloanconsortium.org/sites/default/files/staying_the_course-2.pdf ...
Author: Sergio Kofuji
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Adaptive E-learning was proposed to be suitable for students with unique profiles, particular interests, and from different domains of knowledge, so profiles may consider specific goals of the students, as well as different preferences, knowledge level, learning style, rendering psychological profile, and more. Another approach to be taken into account today is the self-directed learning. Unlike the adaptive E-learning, the Self-directed learning is related to independence or autonomy in learning; it is a logical link for readiness for E-learning, where students pace their classes according to their own needs.This book provides information on the On-Job Training and Interactive Teaching for E-learning and is divided into four sections. The first section covers motivations to be considered for E-learning while the second section presents challenges concerning E-learning in areas like Engineering, Medical education and Biological Studies. New approaches to E-learning are introduced in the third section, and the last section describes the implementation of E-learning Environments.
The mainstreaming of the “adventure" travel movement in the early 2000s has created an entire category of accommodations that our ancestors thought they'd left behind once and for online communities Staying in a a when they moved to ...
Author: Christopher Elliott
Publisher: National Geographic Books
Leading travel expert and USA Today columnist Christopher Elliott shares the smartest ways to travel in this tip-filled guide from National Geographic. Drawing on more than 20 years of experience as a consumer travel advocate, Elliott gives you the inside scoop on how to navigate the often perplexing world of travel, with detailed advice on: • Airlines • car rentals • cruises • hotels and alternative lodging • the TSA and security • staying connected • review websites • resolving complaints • vacation rentals • passports and visas • and much more Full of recommendations, real-life case histories, and the answers to the most common—and confounding—questions, this book is a must-read for anyone traveling anywhere.
Author: Management Association, Information ResourcesPublish On: 2012-01-31
Staying the course: Online education in the United States, 2008. Retrieved August 2, 2009, from http://www.sloan-c.org/ publications/survey/pdf/staying_the_course.pdf Song, L., Singleton, E., Hill, J., & Koh, M. H. (2004).
Author: Management Association, Information Resources
Publisher: IGI Global
As the world rapidly moves online, sectors from management, industry, government, and education have broadly begun to virtualize the way people interact and learn. Virtual Learning Environments: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications is a three-volume compendium of the latest research, case studies, theories, and methodologies within the field of virtual learning environments. As networks get faster, cheaper, safer, and more reliable, their applications grow at a rate that makes it difficult for the typical practitioner to keep abreast. With a wide range of subjects, spanning from authors across the globe and with applications at different levels of education and higher learning, this reference guide serves academics and practitioners alike, indexed and categorized easily for study and application.
See International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network, Staying Safe Online, www.icpen.org/staying-safe-online (last visited Mar. 16, 2018). See ASEAN, Strategic Action Plan for Consumer Protection (ASAPCP) 2016–2025: Meeting the ...
Author: Pasha L. Hsieh
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book provides a contextual analysis of ASEAN law and its impact on the business and commercial aspect of laws.
He stays online all day, using the Internet as his primary source for political information. Still, his favorite time of the day to reflect on the news is the late evening. It sure beats his old method: using an irritating bright book ...
Author: Grant Reeher
Category: Political Science
Click on Democracy examines the first national election in which the Internet played a major role. The contributors argue that the Internet's most profound political impact on Election 2000 has largely been missed or underestimated. The reason: the difference it made was more social than electoral, more about building political communities than about generating votes and money. The contributors to Click on Democracy talk at length with the people who are using the Internet in new and effective ways, and who are capitalizing on the Internet s power as a networking tool for civic action. Viewed from this bottom-up perspective, the Internet emerges as an exciting and powerful source of renewal for civic engagement. The new foreword is from Scott Heiferman and William Finkel, both of Meetup, Inc.