2 -3 pgs rough draft

 

We do not learn from experience…we learn from reflecting on experience. ―John Dewey, 1916, Philosopher and Educator

As an adult, you bring so much life experience into the classroom, the connections between the life you’ve lived and the things you’ve learned are made through the process of reflection. Some of you might picture reflection as a time where you are seated comfortably, and your mind is free of all other thoughts. The truth is that life affords few opportunities to actually reflect and dwell on learning. The great part of being an adult in college is that you will be exposed to new voices, images, and ideas. Reflection might not be a deliberate act of sitting silently, but instead, you might find that ideas come to you while you are driving or shampooing or petting the dog. Reflection allows your mind to make the explicit connections between your lived experience and the academic content that you will encounter here at Walden.As mentioned above, you are working through a writing process where you will compose the first draft of the ReflectionAssignment paper. This week you will begin with actually writing and submitting a rough draft.During Week 6, you’ll be guided through a revisions and proofreading process that will help you further develop and improve your rough draft by adding more thoughts, incorporating any feedback received, and ensuring you’ve followed Academic Writing Expectations. Your final draft will be due at the end of Week 6.The required elements for both weeks are the same, but the expectations are slightly different. The grading rubrics for Weeks 4 and 6 demonstrate this. For example, this week’s rough draft represents a first attempt at putting your thoughts down on paper and only covers four weeks. By Week 6, your final paper should be longer, include obvious improvements to the rough draft, and include aspects from the entire six weeks.Your paper should include four sections. Be sure to review all four sections before starting. Remember to include an introductory and a concluding paragraph, and to support your ideas with specific examples and resources whenever possible.Include the following parts:Part 1: Today I am…The first and longest section of your essay should describe who you are today as a result of this first-term course and starting your educational journey. Specifically consider your personal plan for success at Walden. Answer these questions to develop this section:

  • Who are you as a Walden student?
  • What tools has Walden provided?  Academic Advising 
  • How do the tools and available support play into achieving your goals?
  • What did you learn about yourself through the assessments? How is that going to feed into your plan for success?
  • What has this first course done for you? What might this course do for you moving forward?

Think about some of the course themes and big ideas we discussed and connect them to the way you will approach learning and future classes.Make sure to get specific and point to course examples to support your ideas.Part 2: I promise to…In the second section, make a promise to yourself and the classmates who might need your support during the program. Think about your reasons for being here and why you are promising to work towards success. Consider the following:

  • Here is why I am not going to walk away
  • Here’s how I will help myself
  • Here’s how Walden will help me get there
  • Here’s how I will be part of positive change

Part 3: How I will become part of the Walden CommunityIn the third section, explain how you might identify a mentor (colleague with different professional skills, someone in your profession, or a Walden Faculty Member) to support your educational efforts. Share how a mentor would have a positive impact on your education and the role you would like him/her to take. How you might become a mentor to others in the program?Part 4: Visual Representation [This step will be due by Week 6]After you have completed your Reflection, find or create a visual artifact that shows your aspiration and hang it above your desk. Think of something that will motivate you and keep you engaged and focused as you complete each Discussion and Assignment as you move through your coursework toward graduation. Be sure to include a picture or copy of this visual representation with your reflection paper by copying and pasting it into your paper or attaching it as a separate file.
Submit a 2- to 3-page rough draft essay of your Reflection Assignment using the guidelines above. Your rough draftshould demonstrate use of the Academic Writing Expectations, such as proper grammar and sentence structure, and address the parts described above. It should also include an introduction and conclusion. Make sure to support your ideas with specific evidence and class examples. If you used the worksheet from the Week 4 Learning Resources, you may submit the completed worksheet as your rough draft.
notes and reading
Over the last couple of weeks, we have technology and virtual worlds influence how we understand ourselves and the society in which we live.It is also important to remember that technology is made by humans. Some of you are looking at a career in information technology, and you could be the person who creates a new technology. The person who makes a technology influences it. For a long time, technology was a male dominated field. In the same way that a novel is influenced by the author, the groups that craft technology directly influence the people who use these spaces to learn.In her speech to the United Nations/NGO Forum “On Women in 1995”, Robin Abrams talked about the different ways that men and women use computers. Although she speaks in general terms, reflect on how your gender might affect how you relate to computer technology. What other characteristics might influence our relationship to technology, such as ethnicity, age, or location? Tweeting Towards Freedom? (2011). Wilson Quarterly, 35(2), 64–66.  Ross, J. (2012, March 4). Make room, Socrates, for Lady Gaga and Beyonce. Star Tribune.  Honan, M. (2010, November). Crimes against humanity: Digital atonement. Wired, 18(11), 110.
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Psy 640: week 6 – final assignment assessment guide

 

Psychological assessment guides are created by psychology  professionals to provide the public with accurate and authoritative  information appropriate for their current needs. Information available  to the public about psychological testing and assessment varies widely  depending on the professional creating it, the purpose of the  assessment, and the intended audience. When professionals effectively  educate the public on the how, what, and why  behind assessments and the strengths and limitations of commonly used  instruments, potential clients are in a better position to be informed  users of assessment products and services. The Assessment Guides  developed in this course will be designed to provide the lay public with  accurate and culturally relevant information to aid them in making  informed decisions about psychological testing. Students will develop  their Guides with the goal of educating readers to be informed  participants in the assessment process.

There is no required template for the development of the Assessment  Guide. Students are encouraged to be creative while maintaining the  professional appearance of their work. The Guide must be reader-friendly  (sixth- to ninth-grade reading level) and easy to navigate, and it must  include a combination of text, images, and graphics to engage readers  in the information provided. Throughout their Guides, students will  provide useful examples and definitions as well as questions readers  should ask their practitioners. To ensure accuracy, students are  expected to use only scholarly and peer-reviewed sources for the  information in the development of their Guides.

Students will begin their Guides with a general overview of  assessment, reasons for assessment referrals, and the importance of the  role of each individual in the process. Within each of the remaining  sections, students will describe the types of assessments that their  readers may encounter, the purposes of each type of assessment, the  different skills and abilities the instruments measure, the most valid  and reliable uses of the measures, and limitations of the measures. A  brief section will be included to describe the assessment process, the  types of professionals who conduct the assessments, and what to expect  during the assessment meetings.

The Assessment Guide must include the following sections:

Table of Contents (Portrait orientation must be used for the page layout of this section.)
In this one-page section, students must list the following subsections and categories of assessments.

  • Introduction and Overview 
  • Tests of Intelligence
  • Tests of Achievement
  • Tests of Ability
  • Neuropsychological Testing
  • Personality Testing
  • Industrial, Occupational, and Career Assessment
  • Forensic Assessment
  • Special Topics (student’s choice)
  • References

Section 1: Introduction and Overview (Portrait or landscape orientation may be used for the page layout of this section.)
 Students will begin their Guides with a general overview of assessment.  In this two-page section, students will briefly address the major  aspects of the assessment process. Students are encouraged to develop  creative titles for these topics that effectively communicate the  meanings to the intended audience.

  • Definition of a Test (e.g., What is a Test?)
  • Briefly define psychological assessment.
  • Types of Tests
  • Identify the major categories of psychological assessment.
  • Reliability and Validity
  • Briefly define the concepts of reliability and validity as they apply to psychological assessment.
  • Role of testing and assessment in the diagnostic process
  • Briefly explain role of assessment in diagnosis.
  • Professionals Who Administer Tests
  • Briefly describe the types of professionals involved in various assessment processes.
  • Culture and Testing
  • Briefly describe issues of cultural diversity as it applies to psychological assessment.

Categories of Assessment (Portrait or landscape orientation may be used for the page layout of this section.)
 For each of the following, students will create a two-page information  sheet or pamphlet to be included in the Assessment Guide. For each  category of assessment, students will include the required content  listed in the PSY640 Content for Testing Pamphlets and Information Sheets (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Be sure to reference the content requirements (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. prior to completing each of the information sheets on the following categories of assessment.

  • Tests of Intelligence
  • Tests of Achievement
  • Tests of Ability
  • Neuropsychological Testing
  • Personality Testing
  • Industrial, Occupational, and Career Assessment
  • Forensic Assessment
  • Special Topics (Students will specify which topic they selected for  this pamphlet or information sheet. Additional instructions are noted  below.)

Special Topics (Student’s Choice)
In addition to the required  seven categories of assessment listed above, students will develop an  eighth information sheet or pamphlet that includes information targeted  either at a specific population or about a specific issue related to  psychological assessment not covered in one of the previous sections.  Students may choose from one of the following categories:

  • Testing Preschool-Aged Children
  • Testing Elementary School-Aged Children
  • Testing Adolescents
  • Testing Geriatric Patients
  • Testing First Generation Immigrants
  • Testing in Rural Communities
  • Testing English Language Learners
  • Testing Individuals Who Are (Select one: Deaf, Blind, Quadriplegic)
  • Testing Individuals Who Are Incarcerated
  • Testing for Competency to Stand Trial
  • Testing in Child Custody Cases

References (Portrait orientation must be used for the page layout of this section.)
Include a separate reference section that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. The  reference list must consist entirely of scholarly sources. For the  purposes of this assignment, assessment manuals, the course textbook,  chapters from graduate-level textbooks, chapters from professional  books, and peer-reviewed journal articles may be used as resource  material. A minimum of 16 unique scholarly sources including a minimum  of 12 peer-reviewed articles published within the last 10 years from the  Ashford University Library must be used within the Assessment Guide.  The bulleted list of credible professional and/or educational online  resources required for each assessment area will not count toward these  totals.

Attention Students: The Masters of Arts in  Psychology program is utilizing the Pathbrite portfolio tool as a  repository for student scholarly work in the form of signature  assignments completed within the program. After receiving feedback for  this Assessment Guide, please implement any changes recommended by the  instructor, go to Pathbrite  (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.and upload the revised Assessment Guide to the portfolio. (Use the Pathbrite Quick-Start Guide (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.  to create an account if you do not already have one.) The upload of  signature assignments will take place after completing each course. Be  certain to upload revised signature assignments throughout the program  as the portfolio and its contents will be used in other courses and may  be used by individual students as a professional resource tool. See the Pathbrite (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. website for information and further instructions on using this portfolio tool.

The Assessment Guide

  • Must be 18 pages in length (not including title and reference pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..
  • Must include a separate title page with the following:
    • Title of guide
    • Student’s name
    • Course name and number
    • Instructor’s name
    • Date submitted
  • Must use at least 16 scholarly sources, including a minimum of 12 peer-reviewed articles from the Ashford University Library.
  • Must document all sources in APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
  • Must include a separate reference page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
  • Must incorporate at least three different methods of presenting information (e.g., text, graphics, images, original cartoons).

Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

Module-3 graded assignement | Information Systems homework help

 

ASSIGNMENT:  From Chapter 3, page 89, WEB-BASED CASE.  Read the following case and answer all questions.

 

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Sowk 546 – science of social work assignment 1

  

SOWK 546 – Science of SOcial work

Assignment 1 Guidelines

Self-Assessment of Practice Knowledge

(100POINTS)

Aims of Assignment

The overarching aim of Assignment 1 is to increase students’ appreciation of the science of social work by helping them to identify ways in which their practice goals and aspirations can be enhanced by critical thinking, scientific inquiry, and scientific practice knowledge. Specific aims of the assignment include the following:

1) To deepen students’ understanding of how their personal characteristics, values, and experiences have influenced their decision to pursue social work as a profession, as well as their goals and aspirations as a professional social worker. 

2) To help students identify, refine, or validate their practice interests.

3) To enhance students’ ability to assess their existing practice knowledge and to determine what additional knowledge they need in order to achieve their practice goals and aspirations.

4) To strengthen students’ ability to formulate practice questions that, when answered, will enhance their practice competence and effectiveness.

Format & Approach

The assignment consists of three parts. The first part of the assignment addresses the connection between your life experiences and your professional identity as a social worker. The second part of the assignment relates to your current areas of interest and the professional knowledge you currently have in the specified area of interest. Finally, the third part of the assignment asks that you develop practice questions that you have regarding this area of interest. 

By the end of Assignment 1, you will have developed practice questions that are relevant to YOUR professional interests and development. One of the questions that you formulate will be the basis for Assignments 2 – 4. In some instances, multiple questions might be combined to create a single question that will form the basis for the subsequent assignments.

In subsequent assignments, you will gather, review, critique, and integrate information and knowledge related to the practice question that is the focus of the portfolio assignments. Ultimately, you will be asked to use the information and knowledge that gained as a result of completing the portfolio assignments in to answer the practice question around which the assignments revolve AND to raise awareness about some aspect of the question and/or answer.

In the space provided, please provide thoughtful responses that reflect your understanding and application of key concepts and terminology. When completing the assignment, it is important to reflect not just on the item and your response, but also on the item and response in relation to the other items and responses. Additionally, it is important to reflect on the process of completing the assignment and on your experience. Please recognize that in some instances, there are no right or wrong answers.

When completing the assignment, it is suggested that you to carefully review and refer to (1) the NASW Code of Ethics (2008), (2) the Council on Social Work Education Educational Policy and Academic Standards(EPAS)(2013), and (3) The Grand Challenges for Social Work.

Grading & Submission

Assignment 1 comprises 10% of your final grade. Grading for the assignment will be based on a 100 point scale.  Points for each item are identified within the assignment. The total number of points earned will then be divided by 10,converting the score into a 10 percentage point scale. Points will be based on (a) the presence or absence of a response to each assignment question or item, (b) the completeness of your response, (c) the thoughtfulness of your response, and (d) the clarity of your response.

All assignments must be uploaded into the VAC platform. Emailed assignments will not be accepted. Use the following convention for naming your document for uploading:

[insert last name].[insert first name].546_Assignment1 

Learning Outcomes Addressed by Assignment 1

This assignment addresses the following student learning outcomes: 1, 2, 3, & 5.
 

Part 1. Formulating Your Professional Identity

(20 POINTS TOTAL)

Instructions

Begin by reflecting on your personal characteristics, values, and experiences. As part of your reflection, consider how diversity and difference might have shaped you and your identity. Dimensions of diversity are understood as the intersectionality of multiple factors. These include but are not limited to race, ethnicity, tribal sovereign status, nationality, immigration status, culture, color, class, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, relationship or marital status, ability and disability, age, religion/spirituality, and political ideology (CSWE 2015). 

1. In no more than ONE paragraph, describe how diversity and difference have shaped your life experiences. Consider, for example, your experiences with exclusion, oppression, discrimination, marginalization, poverty, and alienation as well as inclusion, privilege, power, access, and acclaim.(5 POINTS)

  

Next, reflect on how your personal characteristics, values, and experiences have influenced your decision to pursue social work as a profession and the problems, issues and populations with which you are most interested.

2. In no more than ONE paragraph, identify a population (for example, older adults who are socially isolated, children who were maltreated, individuals with physical disabilities, individuals who have traumatic life events, etc.), or issue (for example, commercial sexual exploitation of women, substance abuse, mental health treatment disparities, homelessness, intimate partner violence/family violence, etc.) that interests you and will likely become an area of specialization for you as a professional social worker. (5 Points)

  

Reflect on you aspirations as a professional social worker. As part of your reflection, think specifically about both your short- and long- term goals as a professional social worker. 

2. In no more than ONE paragraph, discuss your short-term goals and aspirations as professional social worker. As part of your discussion, describe the capacity in which you hope to be working upon graduating from the MSW program at USC. For example, one might envision being a social worker in a non-profit community based agency, a school social worker, a clinical social worker in a Department of Mental Health or other agency, a child protective services worker, a community advocate or policy consultant, a grant-writer or program consultant, working as a case manager for a specific population, substance abuse counselor, child or family therapist, etc.(10 POINTS)

  

  

Part 2. Identifying Your Practice Interests & Knowledge Needs

(40 POINTS TOTAL)

Instructions

This class, along with all others you take while in MSW program at USC, is designed to prepare you for “specialized practice.” Specialized practice augments and extends social work knowledge, values, and skills to engage, assess, intervene, and evaluate within an area of specialization. Specialized practitioners advocate with and on behalf of clients and constituencies in their area of specialized practice. They also synthesize and employ a broad range of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary knowledge and skills based on scientific inquiry and best practices, and consistent with social work values. Finally, specialized practitioners engage in and conduct research to inform and improve practice, policy, and service delivery (CSWE 2015). 

This part of the assignment is designed to help you determine your preliminary area of specialization as a professional social worker. If you have already decided on an area of specialization, this part of the assignment can reinforce your decision OR it can allow you to change your focus or explore a secondary area of interest. This might be based on your personal experiences, prior work as a social worker or other professional, reading about social work and the Grand Challenges, or from exposure to coursework and your field placement as a USC SSW student.

3. In your reading, you have explored The Grand Challenges for Social Work that “represent a dynamic social agenda, focused on improving individual and family well-being, strengthening the social fabric, and helping create a more just society (American Academy of Social Work and Social welfare).” Check the box that is most aligned with your interests as a social worker, as described above. It is recognized that your interests and desired areas of specialization likely are aligned with several of The Grand Challenges. However, for this assignment, please select only one. Click here to review the 12 Grand Challenges: http://aaswsw.org/grand-challenges-initiative/12-challenges. (5Points) 

o Ensure healthy development for all youth

o Close the health gap

o Stop family violence

o Advance long and productive lives

o Eradicate social isolation

o End homelessness

o Create social responses to a changing environment

o Harness technology for social good

o Promote smart decarceration

o Reduce extreme economic inequality

o Build financial capability for all

o Achieve equal opportunity and justice

Now that you have selected one of the 12 Grand Challenges, you are asked to reflect and think more specifically about your interests related to the Challenge and to narrow the focus to a more specific problem or issue. Go to the Grand Challenges website ( http://aaswsw.org/grand-challenges-initiative/12-challenges) and click on the one you selected to access a series of working papers that drill down further. 

4. Based on any reading and additional thoughts, which aspect of this Grand Challenge interests you and is most likely to be an area in which you will focus your specialized practice as a professional social worker. In no more than TWO paragraphs, discuss this more narrow focal area and the reason for this interest. If using content (i.e. statistics, quotations, other reference materials) from the website or any other source, be sure to use proper citations. (15 POINTS)

  

5. In no more than one paragraph describe some things you already know about this area of specialization and the source of that knowledge (reading, personal experience, professional experience, etc.). (10 POINTS)

  

6. In no more than one paragraph, describe what types of things you think you still need to learn in order to advocate for, engage, assess, intervene, and evaluate within this area of specialization to enhance your competence. (10 POINTS)

  

Part 3. Formulating Practice Questions to Enhance Your Practice Competence& effectiveness

(40 POINTS TOTAL)

Instructions

This final part of the assignment is designed to enhance your ability to formulate practice questions. When answered, the practice questions you formulate will enhance your practice competence and effectiveness. By the end of this part of the assignment, you will be one step closer to becoming the professional social worker you imagined and described earlier in the assignment and be better equipped to address an area of interest and specialization.

While there are a number of ways to conceptualize practice based questions, practice based questions can be focused around four general areas of inquiry: 1) Etiology and Theory – our understanding of the problem/issue, its etiology, theories of causation and contributing factors; 2) Scope and Impact -our understanding of the scope, incidence/prevalence and impact of the problem or issue, especially the impact on vulnerable populations ; 3) Policy Impact – our understanding of the impact of policy (social, economic, political, legislative, etc.) in terms of how it negatively and/or positively impacts the issue/problem; and, 4) Intervention/Program Impact – our understanding of the impact of programs and interventions, and which of them lead to the best outcomes for our clients. 

Questions related to theory or etiology might center around your lack of understanding of the causes of the problem or issue, and often without understanding causation, it is difficult to relate to the client’s problem. What factors might exist that make the problem worse or better? Can the issue be best understood from the perspective of multiple and intersecting theories? For example, what are the inter-related theories that explain chronic homelessness?

Questions related to the scope of the problem and its impact on vulnerable and other populations might relate to a lack of awareness of the breadth of the problem. How many people are impacted? For example, do we really know how many victims of human sex trafficking there are? Related to impact, one might ask what is the untreated prognosis of the problem or issue – if we do nothing to intervene, what are the negative outcomes for individuals, families groups, community or society? 

Questions related to policy will center on our lack of awareness of the impact of historical or contemporary policies, which could include legislation, judicial decisions, fiscal policies and other policies. For example, what policies perpetrate mass incarceration, particularly of men of color? What changes can be made related to policy to address this problem? 

Questions related to the impact of programs and interventions are the most familiar to social workers, especially clinical social workers. Questions such as which intervention is most effective for treating PTSD, and the identification of factors which lead to more successful outcomes are common questions in this area of inquiry. 

For each of the four areas of inquiry, formulate ONE practice question related to your professional knowledge needs in your chosen area. Formulate a question that, if answered, will significantly enhance YOUR professional competence. In other words, what do you need to learn in order to become a better, more ethical, and more effective social worker in this area of specialization?

Note that one of the four questions that you formulate will be the basis for Assignments 2 and 4. Throughout the semester, you will continue to refine the question that you select.

  

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Practice   Question #1 – ETIOLOGY/THEORY:

 

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Practice   Question #2 – SCOPE   and IMPACT:

 

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Practice   Question #3 – POLICY impact :

 

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Practice   Question #4 – Intervention/program   Impact:

 

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  1. An organization can use a(n) ________________ to provide secure and safe access to individuals who work for a different organization, but require company data.
  2. Which of the following is not a benefit of a connection-oriented system, like a circuit-switched telephone system?
  3. __________ are computer hosts that have software installed that enable them to request and display the information obtains from a server.
  4. Which of the following is not a specific feature of a WAN?
  5. _________________________ identify devices, ports, and IP addressing schemes.
  6. The Internet is a conglomerate of networks and is owned by the United States.
  7. __________________________ involves increased priority for production control or business transaction data.
  8. Traditional learning methods provide which two sources of expertise from which the student can obtain information?
  9. A(n) ____________ forwards data packets to and receives data packets from the Internet
  10. Which mode is used to configure one of the physical or virtual lines?
  11. ____________________ is a method for remotely establishing a CLI session of a device, through a virtual interface, over a network.
  12. What command is used on a Windows PC at the command prompt to display the computer’s IP configuration setttings?
  13. According to the textbook, when a banner is used on an IOS device, it should always welcome someone to the device as its first statement.
  14. What CLI shortcut completes the remainder of a partially typed command or keyword?
  15. The Delete key (the key normally used to erase characters to the right of the cursor) is not recognized by terminal emulation programs.
  16. What type of connection to a Cisco IOS switch is used to make the initial configuration?
  17. Which protocol receives message segments from the transport layer, packages them into packets, and addresses them for end-to-end delivery over an internetwork?
  18. The TCP/IP protocol suite does not specify which protocols to use when transmitting over a physical medium.
  19. The ___________ model is the most widely known internetwork reference model.
  20. _______________________ is the term used to refer to the PDU at the Transport layer of the TCP/IP model.
  21. A group of inter-related protocols necessary to perform a communication function is called a(n) ____________.
  22. ___________ is the process used by a receiving device to remove one or more of the protocol headers.
  23. Is the binary number 10101011 odd or even?
  24. What is the binary equivalent of the decimal number 119?
  25. What is the binary equivalent of the hexadecimal number AA?
  26. What is the decimal equivalent of the binary number 01000000?
  27. What is the binary equivalent of the decimal number 65?
  28. What is the decimal equivalent of the hexadecimal number A0?
  29. Bits are encoded on fiber as ___________________________.
  30. What type of connector is used to terminate UTP cables?
  31. The _________________ layer controls how data is transmitted onto the physical media by encoding the binary digits that represent data into signals.
  32. _________________________ is a transmission technique in which the amplitude of the carrier varies in accordance with the signal.
  33. ______________ stipulates the commercial cabling standards for LAN installations and is the standard most commonly used in LAN cabling environments.
  34. ____________________________ is popular in long-distance situations spanning hundreds of kilometers such as required in long-haul telephony and cable TV applications.
  35. A(n) _______________ transmission of data exists when data signals are sent along with a clock signal that occurs at evenly spaced time durations.
  36. What type of connector is usually used to terminate a UTP cable?
  37. _________ is a logical interface on a switch associated with a virtual local-area network (VLAN).
  38. A _______________________ MAC address is the unique address used when a frame is sent from a single transmitting device to a single destination device.
  39. Which of the following is not a function of data encapsulation in Ethernet?
  40. In ________________ switching, the switch acts upon the data as soon as it is received, even if the transmission is not complete.
  41. In ________________ switching, the switch stores the first 64 bytes of the frame before forwarding.
  42. In ________________ switching, when the switch receives the frame, it stores the data in buffers until the complete frame has been received.
  43. The maximum size of a PDU that a medium can transport is known as the _______________________.
  44. Which of the following is not displayed by the IOS show version command on a router?
  45. Which of the following statements is false with respect to IP?
  46. Which of the following is not a column in an IPv6 Route Table?
  47. Which field in a router’s routing table identifies the IP address of the next router to forward a packet?
  48. The local routing table of a host typically contains a route to the loopback interface (127.0.0.1).  This address is known as a ______________________.
  49. Which of the following is not an advantage of the IPv6 simplified header over the IPv4 header?
  50. In what part of a router is the current configuration being used located?
  51. TCP breaks up a message into small pieces known as ______.
  52. Which of the following is not a characteristic of TCP?
  53. Which port is assigned to HTTP?
  54. Which of the following is not a common transport layer protocol?
  55. What range of ports can either be used by TCP to identify the requested service on the destination device or as a client source port?
  56. If a client sends an ISN of 2 to a server, and a server responds with an ISN of 1 to the client, what is the final stage of the TCP three-way handshake?
  57. Which of the following is not a protocol that uses TCP to ensure data delivery?
  58. Regulating the amount of data a source transmits is a function of _____________.
  59. A _______________ is 32-bits long, and it signifies which part of an IP address is network and which part is host.
  60. Both IPv4 and IPv6 use an ICMP protocol as the principal means to verify connectivity.
  61. The default subnet mask for a Class B address is _____________.
  62. What is the process in generating an IPv6 interface ID that uses a client’s 48-bit Ethernet MAC address and inserts another 16 bits in the middle of the 48-bit MAC address to create a 64-bit interface ID?
  63. ____________________ is a representation of information using only 1s and 0s.
  64. On a host device, which Windows command can be used to view the IP address information assigned by a DHCP server?
  65. Which of the following IPv4 addresses would be used in a private network?
  66. A(n) ________________ IPv6 address is an all-0s address represented as ::/128, or just :: in the compressed format.
  67. With VLSM, the subnet mask will vary depending on how many bits have been borrowed for a particular subnet.
  68. You have been assigned an IP address for your network of 192.168.1.0 / 24.  Each subnet needs to accommodate 12 hosts.  What is the subnet mask?
  69. What is the network address for the host assigned to 172.16.4.35/24 ?
  70. What is the first step in planning network subnets?
  71. How many hosts per network can you have with a subnet mask of 255.255.192.0?
  72. IPv4 subnets are created by using one or more of the ____________ bits as ____________ bits.
  73. Why were variable-length subnet masks created?
  74. You are given an IPv4 network address of 192.168.10.0/24 by your ISP.  You need to subnet this network.  You know that the subnet mask will be 255.255.255.252. Therefore, how many bits have you borrowed from the host portion of the network address to achieve this subnet mask?
  75. Which of the following is false with respect to Server Message Block (SMB)?
  76. In a __________________ network, two or more computers are connected through a network and can share resources without having a dedicated server.
  77. The type of addressing used when the network administrator manually enters IP address information on network hosts is called _________ addressing.
  78. Which protocol is used to assign an IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and DNS address to a host?
  79. Which protocol is a reliable, connection-oriented protocol used for interactive file transfer between systems?
  80. Which port(s) is(are) assigned to Telnet?
  81. Which of the following are functions of the Presentation Layer in the OSI model?
  82. Which DHCP message identifies the explicit server and lease offer that a client is accepting?
  83. Intruders who gain access by modifying software or exploiting software vulnerabilities are often called _______.
  84. A key network switch has failed because of excessive humidity.  What type of physical threat caused the problem?
  85. A firewall is one of the most effective security tools available for protecting internal network users from external threats.
  86. What is true of an application layer service?
  87. According to the textbook, real-time applications require more planning and dedicated services (relative to other types of data) to ensure priority delivery of voice and video traffic.
  88. What type of network vulnerability is involved with the mere use of HTTP, FTP, and ICMP?
  89. ___________________ attacks are the disabling or corruption of networks, systems, or services.
  90. Which network protocol should a network administrator use to remotely configure a network device?
  91. What is a network vulnerability?
  92. ____________________ helps to eliminate single points of failure in a network.
  93. What type of network vulnerability is involved when JavaScript is turned on in web browsers?
  94. Which of the following is not a type of access attack?
  95. A(n) __________ firewall is a firewall that is built into a dedicated hardware device known as a security appliance.
  96. Which of the following is an example of a strong password?
  97. An attacker runs a ping sweep against a network. What type of attack is this?
  98. Which feature of network security records what the user does, including what is accessed, the amount of time the resource is accessed, and any changes that were made?
  99. Which of the following firewall techniques prevents or allows access based on IP or MAC addresses?
  100. VoIP uses voice-enabled routers that convert analog voice from traditional telephone signals into IP packets.  

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In 1,250-1,500 words, answer the following questions about possible research options.

  1. Create a research question in the field of psychology that you are interested in researching. Write questions clearly. Include a brief background of the problem you are proposing and why it is important to the field of psychology.
  2. State the null and alternative hypothesis (in both words and statistical notation) need to address the research question.
  3. Choose which statistical test would be used to conduct the study and support it with research.
  4. Describe the type of data needs to be collected to conduct the study and what techniques are best for collecting data.

Use three to five scholarly resources to support your explanations.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is not required.

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Clinical Question – Formulate a clinical question using the PICOT format.

P: Patient Population
I: Intervention or area on Interest
C: Comparison intervention or group
O: Outcome
T: Time
Ex: “In acute care hospitals (patient population), how does having a rapid response team (intervention) compared with not having a response team (comparison) affect the number of cardiac arrests (outcome) during a three-month period (time)?”

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BA 620 Managerial Finance Group Problem Set 1: This problem Set is based on materials covered in modules 1 and 2. It is designed for you to demonstrate your understanding of basic financial statements, financial statement analysis, break-even concepts, financial and operating leverages. Before you start this assignment, please review Modules 1 and 2 materials thoroughly.

Finance date of Adams Stores, Inc. for the year ending 2016 and 2017. Items 2016 2017 Sales $3,432,000 $5,834,400 Cash 9,000 7,282 Other Expenses 340,000 720,000 Retained Earnings 203,768 97,632 Long-term debt 323,432 1,000,000 Cost of goods sold 2,864,000 4,980,000 Depreciation 18,900 116,960 Short-term investments 48,600 20,000 Fixed Assets 491,000 1,202,950 Interest Expenses 62,500 176,000 Shares outstanding (par value = $46.00) 100,000 100,000 Market Price of stock 8.50 6 Accounts Receivable 351,200 632,160 Accounts payable 145,600 324,000 Inventory 715,200 1,287,360 Notes Payable 200,000 720,000 Accumulated Depreciation 146,200 263,160 Accruals 136,000 284,960 Tax Rate 40% 40% Instructions: As a group, complete the following activities using the financial information above: Part 1: Financial Statements A. Prepare the income statement for 2016 and 2017. Include statement of retained earnings for 2017. The company paid $11,000 dividend in 2017. B. Prepare the balance sheet for 2016 and 2017 C. Prepare Common-Size financial statements of income statement and balance sheet. D. Prepare Statement of Cash Flows.  Part 2: Financial Statement Analysis A. Based on your financial statements (from Part 1), calculate the following ratios for the two years. Show all your calculations in good form. Show your formulas. If you use excel, each calculation need to show the excel formula Current ratio Quick ratio Inventory turnover (times) Average collection period (days) Total asset turnover (times) Debt ratio Times interest earned Gross profit margin Net profit margin Return on total assets Return on equity P/E ratio Return on equity using DuPont Analysis B. Comments on the ratios by comparing 2016 to 2017 ratios. C. Assume Adams Stores, Inc. is a retail company similar to WalMart, Myers, or Target. Compare 2017 ratios to the industry average. Please note that Adams Stores, Inc. is not a real company. To find comparable industry ratios, you need to search for industry ratios for retail. See information on Moodle for instructions on how to find industry ratios. Based on the industry average, how is Adams Stores, Inc. doing financially?  Part 3: Break-even, Financial and Operating Leverages Johnson Products, Inc. Income Statement For the Year Ended December 31, 2018 Sales (40,000 bags at $50 each) ……………………………. $2,000,000  Less: Variable costs (40,000 bags at $25)……………. 1,000,000  Fixed costs…………………………………………………….. 600,000 Earnings before interest and taxes ………………………… 400,000 Interest expense ………………………………………………….. 120,000 Earnings before taxes …………………………………………. 280,000 Income tax expense (20%) …………………………………… 56,000 Net income ………………………………………………………… $ 224,000 Based on the information above, calculate (show all calculations and responses in good form): a. Break-even in units (in dollars and units). Explain what your numbers mean. As a manager, how would you use the numbers in financial planning? b. What is the degree of financial leverage? Explain what your number mean. As a manager, how would you use the numbers in financial planning? c. What is the degree of operating leverage? Explain what your number mean. As a manager, how would you use the numbers in financial planning? Specific Instructions: 1. Due: Last day of Module 3. 2. Include only the names of your group members who participated in this assignment when you submit. 3. Submit only one copy per group. 4. You may use Excel or Word. Please DO NOT use any other format such PDF, etc. Side Note: Please note that this is not the type of assignment where the assignment is divided and each student completes the part that is assigned. Each person in your group need participate fully in the completion of each part of the assignment. 

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Write a 4–6in which you do the following:

Choose      the two segments of the general environment that would rank highest in      their influence on the corporation you chose.

Assess       how these segments affect the corporation you chose and the industry in       which it operates.

Considering      the five forces of competition, choose the two that you estimate are the      most significant for the corporation you chose.

Evaluate       how well the company has addressed these two forces in the recent past.

With      the same two forces in mind, predict what the company might do to improve      its ability to address these forces in the near future.

Assess      the external threats affecting this corporation and the opportunities      available to the corporation.

Give       your opinions on how the corporation should deal with the most serious       threat and the greatest opportunity. Justify your answer.

Give      your opinion on the corporation’s greatest strengths and most significant      weaknesses.

Choose       the strategy or tactic the corporation should select to take maximum       advantage of its strengths, and the strategy or tactic the corporation       should select to fix its most significant weakness. Justify your choices.

Determine      the company’s resources,

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The cultures we studied this week produced architecture, earthworks, and monumental sculpture, in addition to smaller works of art. Using your course textbook locate three examples of architecture, earthworks or monumental sculpture from three different cultures listed here: Islamic, Chinese, Japanese, or the Americas.
First, completely identify each structure or sculpture you would like to discuss by listing its name, date, and location.
In a minimum of 3 well-developed paragraphs address the following questions:

Who created each work of architecture or sculpture? Who commissioned its creation?
What historical events or social or cultural influences affected the creation of each work?
How do the visual characteristics of each work contribute to or enhance its message or meaning?

Be sure to explain your ideas clearly and support them by discussing specific details about each work of architecture or monumental sculpture.
Question 2: The Function of Art Objects
Some of the art objects created by the cultures surveyed this week served functional roles in their society. Using your course textbook locate three such objects, one each from the following: Islamic, Asian (Chinese or Japanese), and African.
First, completely identify each object you would like to discuss by listing its name, date, and location.
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