Research Paper On Smart Boards
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America’s Grade Schools and the Importance of Technology and Technology Integration
In fourteen pages this Master’s thesis paper analyzes the importance of integrating technology in American schools to lift lagging education standards and discusses such innovations as SMART boards, Promethean boards, and enVisionMATH, along budgetary considerations as well as the demands on schools posed by constantly changing technology. Fifteen sources are listed in the bibliography.
The Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Developing Smart Home Living
This 16 page paper looks at the concept of the smart home, a home which utilizes technology and may be effectively increase independent living for the elderly and disabled. The paper examines the ethical, social, legal and professional considerations which will need to be taken into account with the design of smart homes and the way in which they are used. The bibliography cites 13 sources.
Integrated Technology and Smart Business
This 4 page paper looks a concept of a ‘Smart Business’ and integrated technology answering three questions set by the student. The first question discusses the way in which information technology may be perceived in an objective manner, the second question considers the influence of politics and power on the way IT is implemented and the last price concept of smart business to a case study provided by the student. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
In fourteen pages this paper examines the concept of the ‘smart house’ in an informational overview that includes its history, various components, pros and cons, progress, and also discusses some famous smart houses such as Bill Gates’ compound in Seattle, Washington. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.
Nonprofit Organization's High Power Board of Directors Creation
A 4 page paper on strategies in forming a high-power Board for a nonprofit organization. Whether the organization is nonprofit or for-profit, the role of the Board of Directors is largely the same: governing the organization. Ultimately, those with greatest policy experience are the most likely choices in creating a high-powered, effective Board. Those lacking executive private-sector business experience can learn to overcome that detriment. It is much more difficult to overcome policy-making deficiencies than business deficiencies. Bibliography lists 4 sources.