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  • The Importance Of Interest In The Academic Library

    finding the reference desk is no easy task for the unfamiliar patron. With three major entrances and six floors to navigate, this library is an epitome of what most libraries would strive to have: boundless space for patrons and a vast, growing collection. The patron, however, could easily take one glance at this gargantuan building and easily become overwhelmed, despite the services that this one building contains, such as being combined with financial aid, the information technology (IT) center, and areas to grab coffee and snacks. It is my hope that upon observing and engaging with the reference department that they will prove themselves to be helpful and accessible to patrons known and unknown.…

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  • Modern Homesteading

    and crafting. The above-mentioned were the “modern worker, who dependent on wage or salary, lodged in city flat or closely built-up suburb and held to the daily grind by family demands or other complicating circumstances, has watched for a chance to escape the cramping limitations of his surroundings, to take his life into his own hands and live it in the country, in a decent, simple kindly way” (Nearing, 1970, p. 11). The information needs of these would be homesteaders and the modern…

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  • 2 Enoch 19 Analysis

    48:1-4, the path of the sun is authoritative for understanding God’s wisdom: He fixed days and hours “by His own wisdom, that is everything visible and invisible.” The sun, again as representative authority as in 1 En. 21:3, is a constant reminder from the author, just as the Slavonic Enochian author wrote “You must hand over the books to your children, and throughout all your generations, and to your relatives, and among all nations who are discerning so that they may fear God, and so that they…

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  • Family Theory Analysis

    The CPT or Current Procedural Terminology reference book includes a set of codes, descriptions, and guidelines determined by the American Medical Association, used to describe procedures performed by health care providers for billing purposes (Smiley, 2015). The tenth edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) reference book provides a system of codes that classifies every disease and health finding identified by the provider, providing more than 68,000 different diagnosis…

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  • How To Write A Rhetorical Analysis Essay

    My Reflection of this Semester Throughout this semester I was approached with several challenging objectives that caused me to think critically while writing. Writing has never been a strong point of mine. When I came to The University of Alabama, I was apprehensive that I did not acquire the necessary skills to take a college English class. Auspiciously, I feel that I have met the desirable course outcomes and expanded my knowledge on writing. Though I have not perfected all of these writing…

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  • Semantic Theory: The Concept Of Reference Within Semantics

    The concept of reference within semantics is described as when ‘…speakers indicate which things in the world are being talked about’ (Hurford et al: 2007). In semantics, reference is important as it examines language through the meaning we attach words. Notions such as variable and constant reference are especially important. Other notions that are taken into account are opaque context and equative sentences. When speakers indicate what they are talking about through different expressions this…

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  • Plagiarism Definition

    FORMATTING: Basic formatting for an American Psychological Association style paper provides for a title page, an abstract, the main body of text and a references page. VII. SAFEASSIGN/ORIGINALITY REPORTS. Safeassign is a plagiarism detection program offered by Liberty University through the Blackboard learning system that is available to students and instructors as a means to assist in identifying unoriginal material in academic papers. This program compares student papers against billions…

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  • Iso 9001 Case Study 1

    It is in the ISO 9000:2000, included in the nomative reference of the ISO 9001: 2000 standard document, that the eight Quality Managemnt Principles are introduced. The fisrt three charpters of the ISO 9001:2000 just convey normal documentation guidelines to the reader. They contain very little substatntial information about the standard. Chapter one basically deals with the scope of the ISO 9001:2000 standards document with a clear focus on the advantage of customer satisfaction in the success…

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  • Common Writing Style

    terms of the APA format; and will be considered an acceptable written paper. During the paraphrasing method, the proper way to cite is by mentioning the author to which it was written and the year if using in-text citation; this is usually done at the end of the paraphrasing sentence where you’d place the citation. “Although, in some classes it’s not needed to include the page number; it’s completely up to the instructor’s themselves to make that call” (Wilhoit, 1997, p.1). This is normally…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Employee Retention

    Contents 1 Introduction 2 2 Reference Number 1 2 2.1 Why employees leave/stay? 2 2.2 Pros and Cons of employee retention. 3 3 Reference Number 2 3 3.1 Key to Retaining Employees 3 3.2 Factors to consider when dealing with employee retention. 4 4 Reference Number 3 4 4.1 7 Tips to Better Employee Retention 4 4.2 Employee Referrals/HR Expectations 5 5 Conclusion 5 6 Bibliography 6 1 Introduction In this report the author has chosen to discuss the retail issue “employee…

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