According to Kirk (2016), most of your time will be spent working with your data. The four following group actions were mentioned by Kirk (2016): Select 1 data action and elaborate on the actions performed in that action group. Remember your initial post on the main topic should be posted by Wednesday 11:59 PM (EST). Your 2 following posts should be commenting on your classmates’ post on different days by Sunday 11:59 PM (EST). You should end the week with 3 total discussion posts. A quality post is more than stating, “I agree with you.” Maybe you should state why you agree with your classmate’s post. Additionally, post some examples or find a related topic on the internet or University library and comment on it in the discussion post. Reference: Kirk, A. (2016). Data Visualisation: A Handbook for Data-Driven Design (p. 50). SAGE Publications.
This assignment should be approximately one page in length and written in essay format (APA style). avoid formatting any of the writing assignments this term in a question and answer format. Remember, this course requires college-level writing. Properly documented research is required, as well. For additional with APA format and documentation, see the APA LibGuide under Course Information. avoid discussing morality as being based entirely on “good vs. bad” choices, as this definition is too general and will not meet the requirements of this assignment. Your understanding of the philosophy you choose and how it connects to your examples are essential to the assignment.
1. Using the guidelines provided in this week’s chapter (and other resources as needed), create a step-by-step IT security policy for handling user accounts/rights for a student who is leaving prematurely (drops, is expelled, and so on). 2. You will need to consider specialized student scenarios, such as a student who works as an assistant to a faculty member or as a lab assistant in a computer lab and may have access to resources most students do not. 3. Write your answer using a WORD document. Do your own work. Submit here. Note your Safe Assign score. Score must be less than 25 for full credit.
: At this point in the course, you should have a rough draft of your Final Research Project. In preparation for this discussion, make a list of what you learned most throughout this process, as well as difficulties you may have encountered along the way. : This is the moment in which you can think about what you have learned in the development of your research and share with the class. : Share your progress on the Final Research Project, including the following: Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Purchase the answer to view it Purchase the answer to view it
Here is the link to the screencast Also attached is my full powerpoint presentation. Here is my transcript, starting at slide three because the first two slides are a title slide and the table of contents. Slide 3 Hello. My name is Kathy Rundell. Today I will be giving a generally technical understanding of depression. Specifically, this presentation will address classic and current theories of the mechanics of depression as well as several aspects of typical and futuristic treatment. Slide 4 There are several varieties of depression ranging in severity which affect around 300 million people on the planet according to McLean (2018). Most commonly general depression is treated with anti-depressants such as Prozac and therapy/counseling. For some symptoms go away and they are eventually able to stop taking the medication. General depression can become chronic when it either goes and comes in waves or does not go away for long periods of time. An affective disorder, depression, or major depression disorder (MDD) can impact every aspect of who one is from mood, to interests, to self-worth and value. Slide 5 It has been thought that MDD is a result of an imbalance of several specific chemicals and neurotransmitters in the brain. Particularly serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine seem to be related. The medicine chosen for treatment would carry the specific function of aiding in the regulation of these substances. Tackman et. Al. (2018) discuss reports of more generalized depression after something important in one’s life becoming associated with a negative outcome. Slide 6 New research avenues have led to several innovations to theories and treatments. Advokat et. Al. (2014) talks about the neurogenic theory of depression. They explain that neurogenesis (when new neurons are made) allows for areas related to depressive disorders such as the frontal cortex and hippocampus to repair damage and pathways for neurons to travel. EDD is known to occur comorbidly and one disorder very common is generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). A study done by Mennin et. Al. (2018) says that emotion regulation therapy had a largely positive effect on 83% of both the GAD and MDD individually for the patients. Slide 7 By far typical treatment for MDD is anti-depressants designed to aid in fixing and protecting at the cellular level. It seems as though stress, whether chronic life stress, or stress from injury to specific areas has a direct line to the development of depression. Discoveries like these have been linked with high relapse rates and only about 50% success with anti-depressants have led to new treatment research into more herbal medicines. Specifically, McLean (2018) mentions an herb called crocus sativus (saffron) due to antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties. Slide 8 As with any medication there is risk for side effects. In this case the term is treatment-resistant depression and refers to effects such as weight gain, memory lapse, and even suicidal ideation (Advokat et. Al., 2014). This tends to happen more in those with less severe symptoms. Anti-depressants are hugely beneficial in more severe cases and in comorbid treatment plans though. Specified therapies can also have a great and positive effect on sufferers as pointed out by McLean (2018) and Mennin et. Al. (2018). With no treatment at all symptoms are sure to escalate, not diminish, over time. Sometimes even with treatment, but typically without, suicide becomes the biggest risk.
Questions: 1)Include at least 250 words in your posting and at least 250 words in your reply. Indicate at least one source or reference in your original post. see syllabus for details on submission requirements. Module 3 Discussion Question Search “scholar.google.com” for a company or school that has reported issues, problems, concerns about their backup procedures. Discuss the issue of securing backups. There have been several incidents lately in which backup media containing personal customer information were lost or stolen. How should backup media be secured? What about off-site storage of backups? 2)Graded Assignments may be found at the end of each chapter of the required textbook under the title “Real-World Exercises”. Each assignment is due between Monday to Sunday evening by 11:59 p.m. EST. of the respective week. Each student is to select one exercise (per module exercise) from the grouping as identified below. Provide documented evidence, in Moodle, of completion of the chosen exercise (i.e. provide answers to each of the stated questions). Detailed and significant scholarly answers will be allotted full point value. Incomplete, inaccurate, or inadequate answers will receive less than full credit depending on the answers provided. All submissions need to directed to the appropriate area within Moodle. Late submissions, hardcopy, or email submissions will not be accepted.
Research about (Laws concerning women’s roles in England during the Middle Ages). Research: Essay: approximately 400-500 words, graded in accordance with the rubric posted on GC. • MLA style for formatting: double space, your name, teacher name, class, date; heading: last name + page number; title; justify, indented once and you start typing your paper; • At least two in text citations and two on the page works cited. • Include at least two resources: the in-text citation (attribution, quotation “”, and in-text citation); if there is no author, use the title and the page number; if there is only a web site without a page number, put the title and the paragraph. • You need to include the thesis statement in your introduction. The thesis statement is often (but not always) the last sentence of the introduction. The thesis is a clear position that you will support and develop throughout your paper. This sentence guides your paper. • Works Cited page is on the last page; center works cited; double space, justify; 3 kinds of information: author, title, publication information. Publication info: you can cite posts on twitter, dvd, book; none of them are going to have publication info, then you type, web page last name, first name. “Title.” Website Title or source. com. publishing date. Put a web address without http. Access date.
4. What specific evidence (research, direct quotes, statistics, etc.) in the essay best supports the author’s claim, and why? 5. What specific evidence in the essay could be better integrated, more fully discussed, or more effectively used, and why? 6. How effectively does the author put the research – multiple sources – into a conversation with one another, synthesizing the sources, so the reader sees the connections between the sources and the author’s own argument? 7. Where specifically in the essay does the author consider and refute their opposition? Given the academic audience, would you characterize the refutation as fully developed and ethical? Why? 8. Characterize the author’s ethos. Does the author seem reputable and fair as he/she presents their argument. Why? 9. What should the author prioritize and work on when they revise? Purchase the answer to view it
Discussion: Select one of the stories from this week’s reading list – “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings,”(pg 380-84) “Hills Like White Elephants,” (pg. 416-419)or “Two Kinds”(pg. 955-958) – and explain in a paragraph (minimum 100 words) why you did OR did not find a character in the story to be relevant and meaningful to you as a contemporary reader. Be specific. Support all claims with evidence from the story. No research is required, but if you should consult outside sources be sure to document appropriately and give credit to the source(s). TOPIC: In a five-paragraph essay (800-1,000 words) analyze how the author uses three techniques of characterization (e.g. actions, physical description, thoughts, dialogue, narrator’s comments, other characters’ comments, or setting) to reveal the inner truth of one of the characters in one of the following assigned stories “AVery Old Man with Enormous Wings,”(pg.380-384) “Hills Like White Elephants,” (pg.416-419)or “Two Kinds”(pg.955-958). SUGGESTED STRUCTURE: Opening paragraph (about 150 words) consisting of an opening sentence/hook that catches the reader’s attention, a short discussion about why your approach to the story is important, and a three-part thesis statement which you intend to prove in the body of your essay. First body paragraph (about 200-250 words) consisting of an opening/topic sentence announcing the first claim from your thesis that you intend to support, followed by discussion/analysis proving that claim using your own sound reasoning as well as evidence from the story, and concluding with a sentence that ties together the paragraph. Second body paragraph (about 200-250 words) consisting of an opening/topic sentence announcing the second claim from your thesis that you intend to support, followed by discussion/analysis proving that claim using your own sound reasoning as well as evidence from the story, and concluding with a sentence that ties together the paragraph. Third body paragraph (about 200-250 words) consisting of an opening/topic sentence announcing the third claim from your thesis that you intend to support, followed by discussion/analysis proving that claim using your own sound reasoning as well as evidence from the story, and concluding with a sentence that ties together the paragraph. Concluding paragraph (about 100 words) in which you re-state your thesis; answer the question, “So what?” (that is, you have proven your claims, but why should your readers care; why is all this important?); and recommendations to the reader (what might the reader do with what you have proven?). Proofread your essay carefully. Listen to your sentences. Think always of your reader. Whenever you quote from the story, be sure to provide the page number in parentheses after the quotation.
question1- Coal fired power plants have been a major environmental blight for the last 70 years in the United States. Explain this statement by using at least five specific cases of degradation caused by coal or burning coal. Propose a renewable energy source to take coal’s place. Defend that choice with numbers (costs and output). ————- ————– question2- . Most of humanities Calories come from the consumption of monocots (grains). Choose one of the three major grains and describe how much is grown worldwide, how many calories per cup we get from consuming it. Also calculate the amount of this grain that a person would have to eat in a year if it were the major carbohydrate source. Using those numbers, determine how many humans our current production can support. Finally, speculate what will happen if and or when the human population meets or exceeds that carrying capacity. ——–