Students have been assigned a research article on the topic of specific pediatric neurological pathology as it relates to the use of certain clinical tools and/or interventions. Students are to use the format sheet and rubric to conduct an article summary and analysis of their assigned research article.
Assignment #1 accounts for 5% of the final course grade and is expected to be completed as individual work. Students are to follow formal writing rules, APA format rules, and expected to submit grammatically acceptable work. Students with work that is measured as more than 25% similar (as reported by TurnItIn) will have to resubmit work to assure no work is plagiarized. Students that submit work with frequent or many grammatical errors (more than 12) will have to resubmit work with corrections. Resubmitted work will automatically be reduced to 75% as the best possible outcome. Late work submissions will be penalized according to the course policy explained in the course syllabus.
Security Assessment Report (SAR): This report should be a seven- to eight-page double-spaced Word document with citations in APA
Security Assessment Report (SAR): This report should be a seven- to eight-page double-spaced Word document with citations in APA format. The page count does not include figures, diagrams, tables, or citations.
Nontechnical presentation: This is a set of eight to 10 PowerPoint slides for upper management that summarizes your thoughts regarding the findings in your SAR.
In a Word document, share your lab experience and provide screenshots to demonstrate that you performed the lab.
Reflect on a situation where you may have lost your temper, cried, or showed other emotions you later regretted.
Reflect on a situation where you may have lost your temper, cried, or showed other emotions you later regretted. Consider what caused you to lose control. Consider if you stopped to think before reacting. Consider how others reacted to your emotions and you felt afterwards. Then answer this question.
How has emotional intelligence played a part in your past when you might have lost your temper, cried, or showed other emotions you later regretted?
Coaching is becoming a popular form of leadership. The International Coach Federation defines coaching as “Partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential” (About, 2016, para. 9). Coaches provide an ongoing partnership that helps their coachees identify and achieve their personal and professional goals. With an organizational context, coaching is often performance oriented.
Assess whether every leader should be a coach. Should leaders be trained to coach their employees? Analyze the value of coaching within an organization. What qualities must an effective coach possess?
ITC 4310 Case Study
Writing Assignment Help Unit VII Case Study
Complete the case study and ensure your paper must be at least two pages in length, not counting the title and reference pages. Cite any direct quotes or paraphrases from the article, and include any sources used in your critique on the references page using APA Style.
Jean and his small team of developers finished creating the website for a new online business called I8IT, which sells unusual artistic and sculptural food items. I8IT’s products are unique and unconventional, and its owners asked the web team to design a very visual, unusual, ultra-modern site to match the business’s personality.
Jean’s team proposed design ideas that the customer loved: graphical icons for all of the navigation links and buttons, visual images in place of descriptions, minimal text, and clever and unusual spellings and abbreviations for the text that appears. The completed site was unique and eccentric, and Jean’s team and I8IT’s owners were pleased.
The business’s desired launch date was very close, so there was little time for testing the site. Jean asked all of the members of the development team and the I8IT owners to join him in spending half a day browsing and using the site to check for errors in design or functionality. Some invited their spouses or close friends to participate in the testing. Although the testing elicited a few questions, Jean and his team were easily able to answer them.
Shortly after the site and marketing were launched, I8IT noticed that they had received almost no orders, but they had received a great number of complaints and puzzled inquiries through the site’s feedback. Some site visitors said they could not find their way around the site because they did not understand the navigational icons. Others were confused by the clever shorthand text descriptions. Some wondered whether the products were food, toys, or art. Several mentioned that when they tried to purchase items, they had trouble backing out of the shopping cart to do more shopping and eventually gave up.
I8IT’s owners were no longer pleased. Although they liked the design, they did not understand why site visitors had such trouble with the site when the owners themselves thought it worked just fine. In any case, they held Jean and his development team responsible for the site’s poor usability because, as they said, Jean was the web professional—he should know what works and what does not. They insisted he redesign the site for free.
Provide responses to the questions below.
With this site’s design, what mistakes did Jean and his team make in relation to site usability? Which site design elements should be changed?
Explain what particular accessibility challenges this site’s design posed for users with disabilities or special accessibility software?
What mistakes did Jean make in his usability testing process? How should have the steps and participants been different?
Your paper must be at least two pages in length, not counting the title and reference pages. Cite any direct quotes or paraphrases from the article, and include any sources used in your critique on the references page using APA Style.
Government Contracting Discussions
Why do you think government contracting regulations are so complex? Are they unnecessarily complicated, or are there good reasons for this? What are some ways you think the regulations could be different, in ways that would benefit both government and industry? Based on the article, “Foundations of Government ContractingEditEditActions” by Sandy Keeny, how have changes in government contracting led to today’s regulatory environment, and how do you see government contracting practices changing over the next century?
Choose one of the class deviations listed at: https://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/dars/class_deviations.html (Links to an external site.) and provide a brief analysis of what you believe may have been the reason for requesting or needing a deviation from the DFARS for that topic.
Machine Learning Question
This assignment will help you identify everyday problems that may benefit from solutions that utilize artificial intelligence. You will learn to apply specific AI techniques (such as neural networks and machine learning) and evaluate their impact on you and on society as a whole.
PromptFor the purpose of this assignment, pick a problem in your life that might benefit from the implementation of artificial intelligence. Write a paper describing the problem, your proposed solution, components that might be needed for your solution, and potential ethical concerns. Use the readings listed in the Module One Resources section as well as additional, outside resources you find through your own research. Include references and in-text citations using APA format.
Below are some examples of topics you may consider, but feel free to use problems you experience in your own life.
With the rising cost of housing, workers are moving farther and farther away from their places of work and their commutes are getting longer. Self-driving car technology is just around the corner, but what effect will it have on traffic patterns? Self-driving cars will be able to pick an optimal route to their destination, but what if there were a central authority that steered them into routes that optimized the whole system? What AI techniques would you use to design such a system? What hardware would be needed to put it into place? Are there any ethical concerns with implementing this technology?
Specifically, in your paper, you must address each of the following aspects of your chosen scenario:
Describe a real-world problem that would benefit from the application of AI.
Propose a solution to a real-world problem by describing applicable AI techniques.
Identify necessary system components, such as hardware or services, needed for your solution.
Identify potential ethical concerns with your solution.
Note: You do not have to propose solutions to the ethical concerns at this point, but you should identify them.
Guidelines for SubmissionMake sure to address every aspect of the prompt and pay special attention to the grading rubric. Your submission should be a 2– to 3–page Word document with 12-point Times New Roman font, double spacing, and one-inch margins. Sources should be cited according to APA style.