City of DeVry – Playground Project

You will need to create a project plan. This plan should be completely integrated and presented in a logical order. It should be written professionally and should be mistake-free in terms of spelling and grammar. The final project plan should incorporate any changes that occurred along the way, including corrections and advice given by colleagues or your professor. Deliverables Statement of Participation and status update Your final project plan should consist of the following items. Executive Summary Project Charter Scope Statement Work Breakdown Structure Budget and Resource Management Reports Risk Management Plan Communication Management Plan DeVry City Playground Project Management Plan Name Institution Executive Summary This project management plan provides an analysis and evaluation of how the project activities that comprise DeVry City playground will be carried out. In this…
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what technological invention has had the most impact on our modern day world and our lives today?

Internet Invention A number of inventions including the invention of the plough have a significant impact on the present world. However, the invention of the internet, a system of interconnected computers spanning the whole world, permitting individuals to access information in anyplace (Crichlow, 2013) is arguably the leading invention that has the most effect on the present-day world. The internet’s consequences for business, correspondence, economy and even governmental issues are significant. The Internet might not have impacted the world the way the plough did; however it is most likely comparable with the invention of the steam engine. Invented as ARPANET in 1060s by the US military arm, DARPA, and later proposed for scholarly and military research (Pentland & Feldman, 2007), the internet has had a tremendous effect on how information…
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Technological Transformations during the British Industrial Revolution and Scientific Revolution Era

Technological transformations in the industrial and the scientific revolution eras were significant in changing human beings view of the universe. It is clear that human behaviors have been influenced by the technological advancement. Indeed, the advancement has changed human perception of the world and everything that exists in the world. From a historical point of view, the advancement in technology was linked to the creative ideas of the scientists and the entrepreneurs that capitalize on the inventions that developed industries that are still important to human being up to today. For instance, the rise of the new technology would mean that previous customs and perceptions are no longer valid. In this respect, it will change the contemporary society. In fact, technological advancements would mean that culture would be subject to…
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Case Study: Borderline Intellectual Functioning

Using said scenario students will respond to questions below in a minimum of 10 pages and maximum of 20 pages. 1. A robust description (APA format) of what are the key social, ethical, medical and psychological issues presenting in case scenario. 2. Assuming the role of the mental health professional outline what assessment tools would you use or recommend be used at this intercept of youth involvement in juvenile justice (in detention). 3. A brief description of what interventions, programs and services would be recommended for youth during detention as well as longer term recommendations that may be considered after detention stay. 4. Reflection on how the existing literature might be applied in practice (i.e., the clinical implications of the existing literature for child and adolescent forensic evaluations) Case Scenario:…
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Critically examine the impact of employment relations upon social and economic performance

Employment Relation Name: Course: Instructor: Date:  Introduction The UK Office of National Statistics (ONS) is responsible for the generation and distribution of statistics that are relevant to the UK population on a monthly basis. The latest statistics for the labour market indicate that there has been an increase of about 419,000 more jobs in 2015 compared to 2014. Additionally, these statistics indicate that there has been an increase in job uptake by about 177,000 people between April-June 2015 and July-September 2015. Overall, there are 31.12 million people who are currently employed in the UK. Out of this number, about 22.8 million are working full-time, which is an increase of about 273,000 people from the previous year; while 8.42 million work part-time, an increase of 146,000 people from the previous year.…
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How was science and progress perceived in the early 20th century?

1) How was science and progress perceived in the early 20th century? How would you compare that to the early 21st century? 2) How has technology and progress changed the ways we live in our homes? How has this changed our expectations of cleanliness?   SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY It is indubitable that science and technology have significantly changed from the early 20th century to the present. At the beginning of the 20th century, the globe underwent a phase of scientific discovery and evolution that promoted development. Some of the remarkable scientific discoveries included telegraphic invention in 1901 that changed the global information and communications (UNESCO, 2008). Discovery of the first powered flight by the Wright Brothers was also a turning point in the global logistics and transport. This was accompanied…
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Law Questions

Question 1 It is often argued that contract and tort law are similar in that both are part of the law of obligations; on the other hand, criminal law is part of public law and is therefore fundamentally different. Using relevant case law throughout, discuss the validity of the above statement. Question 2 Magley Custom Kitchens (MCK) is a company designing and manufacturing fitted and custom-made kitchen furniture operating from a Business Park in Cambridge. The company has 250 employees and has been operating for 15 years. You are the HR Manager and you have received a letter of complaint from Sarah Mitchell. Sarah has only recently returned to work after caring for her two children for a number of years. She has completed a part-time design course at her…
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Lobbying in US Politics: Legitimate influence, corruption or conspiracy- Reaction paper

Lobbying in US Politics: Legitimate influence, corruption or conspiracy? Relevant readings: Terry, Janice (2005) US Foreign Policy in the Middle East: The role of Lobbies and Special Interest Groups Chapters 6 & 7* Hames T & N Rae (1996) Chapter 14 Mearsheimer, John & Stephen Walt (2006) The Israeli Lobby in The London Review of Books available online at http://www.lrb.co.uk/v28/n06/mear01_.html (see associated responses at end of webpage)*and the debate online at http://www.scribemedia.org/2006/10/11/israel-lobby/ The War over Israel's Influence Roundatable, Foreign Policy July/August 2006 Contemporary US Business and Society Interest groups through their power of lobbying play a major role in influencing the US foreign policies, especially in the Middle East since the Pro-Israel lobbyist enjoy a monopoly over others (Terry, 2005, 68-69). Israel is accorded special consideration because it is a…
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Design and submit three pieces of teaching material

Choose one of the following classes: A. A mixed nationality class of sixteen pre-intermediate 13 and 14-year-olds on a short holiday course in an English country. (CEFR Level A2) B. A mixed nationality group of twelve new adult immigrants with very little English living in an English country. (CEFR Level A1) C. A class of seven intermediate adult male professionals in Saudi Arabia who need English for business purposes. (CEFR Level B1) D. An upper-intermediate class of 20 teenagers (male and female) in Spain Select a suitable authentic listening or reading text or passage from any source. If you choose a listening text provide a link, but please also write out the text in full. 1. Write an essay in which you i) say which group you have selected and…
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Roddy and Ganz Worksheets

1) Use "Roddy and Ganz Worksheets" to complete an assessment of the research studies: "Evidence-Based Clinical Guidelines: A New System to Better Determine True Strength of Recommendation" by Roddy et al., and "ICU Nurses' Oral-Care Practices and the Current Best Evidence" by Ganz et al. 2) In a paper (1,000-1,250 words), analyze and support whether you believe that the changes recommended are statistically valid and sound enough to make practice changes in a hospital. Roddy Analysis Worksheet Using the worksheet below, complete an assessment of the following article. Roddy, E., Zhang, W., Doherty, M., Arden, N. K., Barlow, J., Birrell, F., et al. (2006). Evidence-based clinical guidelines: A new system to better determine true strength of recommendation. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 12(3), 347-352. Retrieved from http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=20870724&site=ehost-live&scope=site   What…
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