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  • Interactive Cable Archives and Videoconferencing

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    Interactive Cable Archives and Videoconferencing The integration of technology into curriculum and instructional practices in P-12 education has been gaining momentum in classroom reform across the nation (Mowre-Popiel, Pollard, & Pollard, 1994). Interactive and digital technologies are now recognized as tools by which educators can bring unique resources into the classroom (Schutte, 1998; Wise, 2002) and engage students in dynamic, self-constructed learning (Branzburg, 2001). The use of technology

  • Essay On Archive Management

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    Archive management need to manage information technology. Technology can make a work that can be effective. Malaysian Government to promote the archives to use technology to manage the organization. The technology used can make a large storage for storing information. There are many advantages when we use technology. The advantage is to ensure that the information can be safe and secure. In addition, the space to store information that can reduce and make more efficient way to manage information

  • The Baha'i International Archives Building and Its Classical Style of Greek Architecture

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    International Archives Building and Its Classical Style of Greek Architecture The Baha'i International Archives Building, erected in 1957 on Mount Carmel in Haifa Israel, echoes the immortal classical style of Greek architecture. An admirer of Greek architecture, Shogi Effendi who was the Guardian of the Baha'i faith, chose this style to carry out the construction of the Archives building. This building replicates the general proportions of the famous Parthenon in Athens, Greece. The Archives building

  • The Significance of Library and Archives Canada in Preserving Canadian History

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    Thesis The significance Library and Archives Canada is the preservation of Canadian history. Introduction Without the protection of Library and Archives Canada, Vital documentation of Canadian History Act could be lost. The significance of the Library and Archives of Canada is that it holds every important document this country was built on and more including Constitutional laws and all the past and current amendments made. Library and Archives Canada also contains the Census of Canadian citizens

  • Maylasia's National Archives is Our Nation's Heritage Treasures

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    .Audiovisual archives is part of our national heritage treasures. It is kept at the National Archives and can be referred by the researchers and publics. It also acts as historical sources and national cultural to the nations. It symbolizes national art achievement creativity and reflection roles as audiovisual media development in Malaysia (Dasar Koleksi Bahan Audiovisual Negara, Arkib Negara Malaysia, 2010). The National Archive of Malaysia through Pusat Pendokumentasian dan Pemeliharaan Audiovisual

  • his111

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    Traditionally historians have acquired their data by visiting libraries and archive collections. On visiting these libraries and archives to carry out their research, the first port of call for most historians upon arrival was usually to seek assistance from the librarian or the archivist, who in turn referred them to a card index or printed guide (Organ et al, 1996). However over the last twenty to thirty years the world has experienced the internet revolution. In this essay we will discuss how

  • Birkenstocks

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    resident of a small German village, was registered in the church archives as a "subject and shoemaker" in 1774. By 1897 his grandson Konrad Birkenstock designed the first shoe for use b... ... middle of paper ... ...ry/bstory.html Eskenazi, Joe. "Birkenstock Stands on Solid Footing." The Daily Californian 9 October 1996: np,archives. Online. Internet. ProQuest Direct. 23 Nov. 1997. Available: Sacks, Diane Dorrans. "Joining the establishment:

  • Japanese Internment

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    Museum Of The City Of San Francisco has established a great source for those interested in studying the internment of Japanese during World War II. This topic is reflected very accurately and fairly in the archives of the museum because the archives consist of primary documents. Their archives of original newspaper articles are the basis of this research document. The content listed on the museum’s web site is very relevant to the topic of Japanese internment because it provides a wealth of primary

  • History and Honesty

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    not anymore self-evident that the prosecutor was also the judge. The documents for contracts, inheriting and other legal matters were needed. The documents needed to be written and with written laws and documents there appeared also the need for archives, the fundamental history source. So the people not only lived the history, they've begun to write it. The history as science was born. The history had experienced further development in the times of ancient Greeks. Two of their historians were of

  • The Importance Of The Olympic Games

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    The Olympic Games plays a significant role in the world. The relationship between it and host countries is important to investigate for comprehending cultural studies. According to Xu and Kirby (2008), the Olympic Games has a considerable impact on the expression of national identity. For example, London applied this approach to promote its national identity. This can be discovered from the BBC video called James Bond escorts The Queen to the opening ceremony in 2012 (2012): an amiable identity is

  • Roger Williams

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    Roger Williams ... A Brief Biography Drypoint etching, 1936, by Arthur W. Heintzelman, commemorating the Tercentenary of the founding of Rhode Island by Roger Williams. Courtesy of Roger Williams University Archives. ROGER WILLIAMS was born in London, circa 1604, the son of James and Alice (Pemberton) Williams. James, the son of Mark and Agnes (Audley) Williams was a "merchant Tailor" (an importer and trader) and probably a man of some importance. His will, proved 19 November 1621, left, in addition

  • Gyrating Hips

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    Gyrating Hips Gyrating hips, fast feet, high stepping, and magnificent moves, are characteristics that belong to the great African-American dancers of history’s past. Famu’s Black Archives Museum has a vast collection of African-American artifacts including a variety of pictures of dazzling African-American dancers. These dancers Katherine Dunham, Martha Graham, and Bill “Bo jangles” Robinson exemplify black beauty, style, and grace. Katherine Dunham was born in Glen Ellyn, Illinois on June

  • The Tragedy of Mileva Maric Einstein - Einstein's First Wife

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    considered to be the intellectual equal of her husband Albert, but somehow went unrecognized for her contributions to the 1905 Papers, which included the Special Theory of Relativity. The stronger force of these two bodies would be propelled into the archives of scientific history, while the other would be left to die alone, virtually unknown. Mrs. Einstein was robbed. She deserved to be recognized for at least a collaborative effort, but it was not to be. The role which society had accorded her and plain

  • Identifying Information Resources in Context

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    be of any worth. This is true not only for libraries, but for all information providers. This paper will analyze how Hagler’s function is demonstrated by the St. Charles City-County Library District (, the Einstein Archives Online (, and the domestic organization website, ( St. Charles City-County Library District The St. Charles City-County Library District in St. Charles County, MO is organized

  • Exemplification Essay: War and World Peace

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    love, but he always found time to devote many of his efforts to political causes that were close to his heart. He strived for peace, freedom, and social justice. He became an active leader of the international anti-war movement. (Albert Einstein Archives) Einstein died on April 18, 1955. (Einstein) Einstein said, "I don't know what kind of weapons will be used in the third world war, assuming there will be a third world war. But I can tell you what the fourth world war will be fought with- stone

  • An Assassin of John F. Kennedy

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    Assassination Archives and Research Centre of Washington - and some Midland Businessmen. The possibility of Ricky White's story being a hoax - a falsehood concocted either by Ricky or his father - has not been dismissed by the people urging him to publicly talk about the matter. During the last 27 years, many private researchers have claimed to have found evidence of a conspiracy, only to be proved wrong or deceitful. Bernard Fensterwald, executive director of the Assassination Archives and Research

  • The Development of the Centre for Migration Studies Irish Emigration Database

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    early 1980s at the UAFP. In 1987, Graham Kirkham, of the new University of Ulster in Coleraine, had completed a feasibility study in various archives which held material on Irish emigration. These were the Linenhall, Central & Queen's University libraries in Belfast, the Public Record Office, N. Ireland (PRONI) and the Public Record Office (now the National Archives), in Kew in London. This feasibility study covered only a small percentage of the material available as time allotted to do this research


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    systematic search of records in the Presidio County courthouse and found no trace of anyone with a name resembling Bierce having died there during that period. Importantly, Elam also spent a lengthy period in the military records at the National Archives in Washington, D. C. during 1989. While there he located and recovered reams of documentation concerning military activities on both sides of the Big Bend of the Rio Grande border during the Mexican revolution, but he found no trace of Ambrose Bierce

  • How to Reduce the Level of Domestic Violence

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    for reducing this problem have to be found such as the creation of community based programs, increased censorship in television, administering treatment to potential perpetrators, and enforcing more harsh penalties. In a study, published in the Archives of Family Medicine, Sugg, et al., defines domestic violence as “past or present physical and/or sexual violence between former or current intimate partners, adult household members, or adult children and a parent. Abused persons and perpetrators


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    popular characters of Arthurian literature. Merlinís close relationship with King Arthur has led him to appear in a large majority of Arthurís stories. There is also dispute as to whether there was one Merlin or two- in the historical context. The archives of Wales claim that, in fact, there were two Merlins. Some say that Merlinís story comes from a combination of Welsh traditions. This combination involves the great bard and prophet Myrddin and Nenniusí story of Ambrious (one with a non-human father