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4434Biology Junction
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A collection of biology worksheets and other helpful teaching materials authored or compiled by Cheryl Massengale. Let's Tweet
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Introduction to using Twitter to communicate during a class. Although this assignment was created for use in a specific graduate class, the HTML file can be copied and modifed by others.Supply Chain Management Simulation Activity
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This assignment uses the Near Beer supply chain management simulation to demonstrate the complexities of meeting changes in consumer demand on the supply chain side. Using PRIZM Look-up to Identify Consumer Markets
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This is an assignment using the PRIZM zip code geo-demographics to illustrate consumer markets and segmentation. Calculus of the Dinner Table: Mathematical Modeling
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Calculus students are presented with a write-pair-share activity that initially involves the construction of a model based on direct variation and later involves the use of calculus as a means by which to analyze the model. Suitable for either Calculus I or Calculus II students. Note: This project has a sequel entitled Fundamental Theorem of Calculus: An Investigation (listed under Interactive Lectures) in which the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus is investigated via the constructed model.Fundamental Theorem of Calculus: An Investigation
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Calculus students are presented with a write-pair-share activity that leads them to a practical understanding of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. The activity involves analyzing a function that describes eating speed in a hypothetical dinner table experience. Suitable for either Calculus I or Calculus II students.Note: This project has a prequel entitled Calculus of the Dinner Table: Mathematical Modeling (listed under Interactive Lectures) in which students construct the mathematical model for the king's eating speed. This prequel provides an excellent and engaging prelude to this activity.Installing a CAPTCHA
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A short exercise that walks through the steps associated with installing a CAPTCHA on a WordPress blog. Creating a Website and Blog in WordPress (WP)
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Step-by-step instructions on getting a website started in WordPress. It assumes that students have their own domain name and a WordPress hosting account at wordpress.org (not wordpress.com). The author recommends GoDaddy for both of these services. For further information, see http://theresabclarke.com/100_creditE-mail Marketing Exercise
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To acquire hands-on experience working in groups to develop and track a short e-mail marketing newsletter using http://myemma.com/.Installing a Privacy Policy and Google Analytics on your WordPress Site
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If you plan on using Google Analytics, you will need a privacy policy on your website to ensure you are not violating Google’s terms of agreement. See http://searchengineland.com/how-many-google-privacy-policies-are-you-violating-50182 for further information about this issue. This exercise walks through the steps associated with installing Google Analytics and a Privacy Policy on a WordPress blog.