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Landing a Job in Informatics - Hands-On Exercise

This resource contains a hands-on exercise to assist students in better understanding the steps needed to be competitive in applying for a job in an informatics-related discipline (e.g., bioinformatics, health information systems/technology, etc.). Upon completion of this exercise, students will be able to: (1) articulate the steps to take to secure a job in the competitive informatics job market, (2) describe industry-recognized certifications that may be needed, and (3) state methods to use for face-to-face and online social networking.

Description: This resource contains a hands-on exercise to assist students in better understanding the steps needed to be competitive in applying for a job in an informatics-related discipline (e.g., bioinformatics, health information systems/technology, etc.). Upon completion of this exercise, students will be able to: (1) articulate the steps to take to secure a j...
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APA Style Guide

American Psychological Association rules for formatting papers, in-text citations, and end references. Examples based on the sixth edition of the Publication Manual from the APA.

Description: American Psychological Association rules for formatting papers, in-text citations, and end references. Examples based on the sixth edition of the Publication Manual from the APA.
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LIS 2004: Introduction to Internet Research (2015)

July 2015 LIS 2004, Introduction to Internet Research is a one-credit hour online course. The course focuses on methods of accessing information resources available through the Internet. Students will learn how to design effective search strategies, retrieve, evaluate, and cite Internet resources. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 3.0 License. Copyright © 1997-2015 Florida Community College, Learning Resources Standing Committee. Last revised July, 2015 by the LIS 2004 Course Revision Committee.

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LIS 1000: Introduction to Information Literacy

LIS1000, Introduction to Information Literacy, contains learning objectives, rubrics, lesson plans, and assessments designed to teach and assess the necessary skills expected in a two-year Florida college student. Learning objectives were adapted from the Association of College and Research Libraries’ Information Literacy Standards for Higher Education. Students will be able to recognize a need for information, seek appropriate resources to locate information, develop effective search strategies to retrieve information, evaluate the information found, and use these resources ethically.

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FGCU Accessibility PowerPoint

PowerPoint and script, recording and handouts used in FGCU ADA/Accessibility webinar for Faculty and Staff. Session is delivered in 2 parts. The first session focuses on the role and services offered by the Adaptive Services office and the regulations surrounding accomodations. The second session focuses on accomodations in online courses and Universal Design principles.

Description: PowerPoint and script, recording and handouts used in FGCU ADA/Accessibility webinar for Faculty and Staff. Session is delivered in 2 parts. The first session focuses on the role and services offered by the Adaptive Services office and the regulations surrounding accomodations. The second session focuses on accomodations in online courses and Universal ...
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Making Medical Decisions for Someone Else: A Florida Handbook

A legal handbook to assist adults with making health care decision for another adult who is unable to make their own decisions.

Description: A legal handbook to assist adults with making health care decision for another adult who is unable to make their own decisions.
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Writing with Style

Discussion of style in rhetoric; purpose for incorporating style into writing; two ways to manipulate style in language; specific techniques and examples given for adding style. Students participate by following instructions in each slide. After viewing this resource, students will: Write sentences using rhetorical techniques of lexicon and syntactical devices to add style to rhetoric in various genres. introductory/foundational level.

Description: Discussion of style in rhetoric; purpose for incorporating style into writing; two ways to manipulate style in language; specific techniques and examples given for adding style. Students participate by following instructions in each slide. After viewing this resource, students will: Write sentences using rhetorical techniques of lexicon and syntactical ...
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Panther Online Learning Objects: POLO

POLO is a digital library of resources for the students, faculty, staff and community of Palm Beach State College. It consists of two collections:POLO for Learning is a collection of multimedia resources which enhance and support learning. They are created by Palm Beach State College faculty and staff specifically for their students.POLO for Teaching is a collection of instructors' strategies for teaching and assessing critical thinking in multiple disciplines and programs offered by the College.

Description: POLO is a digital library of resources for the students, faculty, staff and community of Palm Beach State College. It consists of two collections:POLO for Learning is a collection of multimedia resources which enhance and support learning. They are created by Palm Beach State College faculty and staff specifically for their students.POLO for Teaching is...
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Dwight D. Eisenhower’s Farewell Address to the Nation

This lesson is designed for AML2020 (American Literature 2) students who read Eisenhower’s farewell address as part of the nonfiction covered in the course though it could be adapted for other courses. The lesson is meant for online delivery in a Virtual or blended version.

Description: This lesson is designed for AML2020 (American Literature 2) students who read Eisenhower’s farewell address as part of the nonfiction covered in the course though it could be adapted for other courses. The lesson is meant for online delivery in a Virtual or blended version.
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Regression in Excel: Hands-On Exercise from Marine Biology (Version 2.0)

This hands-on exercise is based on students exploring several regression-based sites and then applying these skills to an example from marine biology. Upon completion of this exercise, students will be able to: (1) articulate the meaning of the coefficient of determination and the correlation coefficient, (2) describe differences between linear and non-linear regression, and (3) state assumptions and steps to perform regression in Excel.

Description: This hands-on exercise is based on students exploring several regression-based sites and then applying these skills to an example from marine biology. Upon completion of this exercise, students will be able to: (1) articulate the meaning of the coefficient of determination and the correlation coefficient, (2) describe differences between linear and non-...
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