Category Archives: Visual Communication 2017

Aisyah Ahmad Abir

Genre: Technical Description Title: The Ketupat and its Significance to the Malay Culture Student: Aisyah Ahmad Abir Professor: Lori Hughes ENGLISH 2311: TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS The key to writing an effective technical description is to ensure that it contains sensory perceptions, … Continue reading

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Aimee Beliveau

Vascular 3D Visualization Software Reducing the Time and Ionizing Radiation Needed for Successful Liver Tumor Embolization Procedures Download Presentation (pptx)

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Anthony L. Brown

Genre: Personal Reflection paper Title: Psychoeducational Group for Couples with Young Children Student: Anthony L. Brown Professor: Cynthia Trumbo DAAC 2354: GROUP DYNAMICS Parenthood is a demanding job for which there is no “user’s manual” and or time off. For … Continue reading

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Victoria Webb

Victoria Webb U.S. History 1302 Professor Craig Livingston Spring 2017   MUCKRAKING JOURNALISTS   During the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, a group of journalists confronted Americans with the ills of their society.  “Muckrakers,” as they were called by Theodore … Continue reading

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Jasym Mireles Venegas

Jasym Mireles Venegas Dr. William Morgan Honors History 1302 Genre: Historiography Essay Word Count-5456 HIST 1302: United States History Since 1877 As an overview of how and what historians have written concerning the civil rights movement, Jasym Mireles has constructed … Continue reading

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Mark Talusan

Download Document (pdf) The Government and Our Devices Mark Talusan Do you own a smartphone? Yes  23  100% No  0  0% How often do you use your smartphone? Every hour      15    |    65% When bored    … Continue reading

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Pamela Branham

Fred Marer Ceramics Collection Fred Marer was born in 1908 in New York City and died in 2002 in Los Angeles. He grew up very poor, “not even able to afford a nickel piece of candy,” but amassed an extraordinary … Continue reading

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