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CIS105 Unit 1 Study Guide Ch 1,24,5, Unit 1 Exam 188 terms
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Business Management MidTerm Review 88 terms
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CIS120.1 31 terms
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Typing – Part 2 189 terms
Kenneth Wheeler
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Computer Skills Portable Document Format Quick Access Toolbar Text And Graphics Word
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James Hopper
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CINS Microsoft Office 11 terms
Sarah Adrian
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Cindy Krause
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Word 2013: Function 124 terms
Charlotte Small
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Communicating With Others Computer Skills Manual Page Break Powerpoint
Office 2013 and Windows 8 terms 97 terms
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Computer Skills Operating Systems
Tool Tabs are Also Called 20 terms
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Computer Skills Excel
Microsoft Office Program Vocabulary 103 terms
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English Sem 2 20 terms
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Chapter 7: Home Infusion Pharmacy 73 terms
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Anti Virus Software Commands Computer Skills Near The Top Quick Access Toolbar Time And Date Usb Flash Drive
Word 2013 EOC Study Guide 140 terms
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Commands Computer Skills Excel Powerpoint Word Processing Program
CBA Semester Test 80 terms
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Continuum of Computer Skills- how our computer skills develop
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1. Most data mining applications have only a few users and those users have sophisticated computer skills 2. The results of a data mining analysis are usually incorporated into some other report, analysis or information system
Why is report delivery not as important for data mining systems as it is for reporting systems? (2 main things)
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A third-grade teacher is responsible for planning a weekly forty-minute computer lab for her class. Which of the following would be the most appropriate principle on which to base the computer lab lessons? A. Computer lab activities should focus on teaching discrete computer skills in the context of games in which individuals try to beat their own personal best scores. B. Computer lab activities should support classroom instruction through assignments differentiated according to individuals’ computer proficiency. C. Computer lab activities should be devoted to individuals’ use of the programs most relevant to their own interests, whether graphics, word processing, or games. D. Computer lab activities should consist primarily of individualized drill-and-practice tasks based on students’ needs in specific academic areas.