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A 10 page paper. Information communication technology is frequently used in teaching, in fact, ICT is being used in more creative ways at all grade levels and in all types of educational programs. The writer begins by explaining what information communication technology is and how ICT literacy is defined. The writer then discusses two environments that can be used when teaching programming. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
The ICT market in the Middle East has a great deal of potential to develop. This 4 page paper defines and explains the ICT market segments in this area. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
This 4 page paper answers three questions; 1. What does the terminology “legacy problem” mean and how does it relate to ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)? 2. How ill considered ICT (Information Communication Technology) outsourcing can be risky and dangerous for a company and 3. How the architecture of ICT relates to business strategy?. The bibliography cites 1 source.
This 4 page paper uses an interview supplied by the student to assess the impact of information and communications technology (ICT) for an individual with reference to different theories concerning areas of consumption and identity, power relations, social relationships and ICT as a mediator. The biobliography cites 6 sources.
This 6 page report discusses rural studies and certain theories directly related to this particular academic endeavor. Rural studies did not come into being until the point at which it became the exception rather than the norm in the modern life of the world’s most developed nations. Having reached that point, researchers, historians, and social scientists have come to understand the important contribution of the rural experience has made in the collective consciousness of humanity. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
20 pages in length. For as long as mankind has been technologically mobile, the quest for better, more efficient means of obtaining energy has been a top priority. This ongoing pursuit has considerable implications with regard to rural electrification from a global perspective, inasmuch as there are communities worldwide that have either yet to even obtain electricity or are being squeezed out by industry deregulation. With the significant concern over health and economic welfare, the thought of solar energy to facilitate household rural electrification has come to the forefront of all other considerations. Indeed, rural areas are often left without the means by which to tap into the power grid that provides electricity for more populated communities, making it crucial for rural residents to receive a worthy alternative. Bibliography lists 17 sources.
A 6 page examination of literature and discussion pertaining to the Nursing Education and Quality of Health Care Act of 2007 (S. 1604). The purpose of this legislation is primarily to increase the nation’s workforce in regards to well-educated nurses. By 2014, current estimates predict that the nation will need 1.2 million new and replacement nurses (Clinton, 2007). The bill now before the Senate will provide funding for grants and other financial programs in rural communities, which is a strategy intended to encourage the “recruitment and retention of nursing students, nursing faculty and nurses who serve in rural areas” (Clinton, 2007). Bibliography lists 3 sources.
This 5 page paper examines the reasons why communism would fare well in rural China. Rural life and urban life are compared and contrasted and discussed as it relates to the communist lifestyle. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
A 10 page discussion of the quality of traditional rural child care verses that provided in an urban centralized group care facility. Concludes that while rural children face many economic related problems, the care that they receive outside the home is not necessarily inferior to that provided in centralized child care facilities and, in fact, may be superior. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
This 12 page paper considers the issues surrounding the maintenance of a rural hospital and then considers the specifics elements that impact Island Hospital in Washington state. This paper assesses the composition of the patient population, the service composition, the development of strategic product lines, and even the integration of alternative services plans, including visiting specialists clinics, as a means of maintaining the necessary services across the spectrum of care. This paper provides a market analysis of the hospital and also considers some of the major challenges facing rural hospitals nationwide. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
An 8 page discussion of the social exclusion often experienced by rural America as a result of impeded information flow. Emphasizes that rural America is actually quite socio-economically diverse and that although it shares many of the same information needs with urban America, it also has many unique needs. Stresses that Internet connectivity is one of the most obvious means of addressing these needs. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
This 8 page paper considers the problem of the survival of rural hospitals, and the economic issues related to health care delivery systems in the rural setting. This paper considers the constraints of the environment as well as the problem of recruiting medical professionals as factors assessed in the health care environment in Iowa. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
This 5 page paper looks at the problem of the increased use of technology in banks resulting in the closure of branches and the problems this causes for rural communities. The paper suggest several solutions to this problems and maintains that there is a niche market in rural banking which can also be used for positive marketing purposes. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
A 11 page paper. The question has to do with developing a reading curriculum program in a rural school district. Thus, the paper begins with some information regarding the performance of students attending rural schools as compared to urban schools. The writer then presents the controversy between whole language and phonics approaches and offers a third alternative. The writer concludes by discussing the importance of assessing performance to determine the impact of the new program. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
In the United States, migrant workers are utilized for seasonal employment in rural, agricultural areas. This 5 page paper explores the health issues of the Hispanic migrant worker in a rural area and suggests that the 'community' be responsible for providing opportunity for health care and education. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
A 3 page exploration of the factors that typically discourage private investment in rural areas. With very few exceptions, monies are invested with the express purpose of returning a profit. In comparison with rural areas, metropolitan areas have more of the people and the infrastructure that is needed to accomplish that purpose. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
This 20 page paper provides an overview of the current literature that reflects the process of change in the Minnesota Rural Electric Cooperative Industry as the industry itself moves towards deregulation. This paper considers the impact on the rural vs. suburban customers, including the impacts of the change from an engineering to a marketing focus and the introduction of restructuring and leadership theories into the operations of the industry. Bibliography lists 30 sources.
This is a 9 page paper that provides an overview of rural social work. Challenges and ethical dilemmas unique to the rural environment are explored. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
This 3 page paper provides an overview of issues related to rural populations that have a need for mental health services that are not always met. Outpatient mental health facilities are not always prevalent in rural communities and much of mental health care is provided through physicians’ offices in conjunction with general health care. This paper considers the nature of this problem through a review of literature. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
This 21 page paper is based in research conducted by the student to look at the barriers of ICT or IT in schools. The research included questionnaires to students and teachers. The paper describes the methodology, presents the results, analyses and discusses the result and then gives recommendations.
This 3 page paper looks at some transcripts of interviews conducted by the student and assesses their value and general approach for research looking at the teaching and experience of ICT is schools in different countries. Potential weaknesses and strengths are discussed and some new questions are suggested. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
This 37 page paper examines the way in which strategies should be formulated for teaching information and communication technology ICT, or information technology (IT) on schools so that all students can leave with good IT skills. The paper is written with a full table of contents (not included in the page count), includes the research rationale and keys aims. An in-depth literature review is conducted, studying the different barriers that exist and the different approaches which may be used for curriculum design. The paper then presents some primary research (fictitious) to demonstrate how this can be presented and then tied in with the literature review. The paper needs with recommendations of future ICT teaching strategies. The paper focuses on UK secondary schools (years 7 – 13), but would be applicable to other countries and other areas of education. The bibliography cites 34 sources.
This 7 page paper is written as a reflective document, looking at the experiences that a Methodist minister may have had while working on a rural circuit. The general attitudes and options of peers are considered as well as specific event which may have occurred, inkling the way learning from others took place. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
This 17 page paper is written from the perspective of a probationer minister on a rural Methodist Church circuit. The paper reflects on the influences on discipleship concerning means of grace and spirituality and the value of literature in developing and maintaining learning and spiritual development for use in a ministry. The bibliography cites 21 sources.
This 14 page paper looks at the way business process re-engineering can take place in a firm. Using a fictitious example of a firm which wants to change the way it manages the goods inwards and outwards as part of the value chain by introducing a new ICT sysytem. The paper outlines the problems and looks at what is needed and then consider the way that the change may be facilitated, using the tools of requirements engineering and change management in order to achieve the end goals. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
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