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“Good typography is invisible. Bad typography is everywhere.” This is a famous piece by London-based designer Craig Ward. How does this apply to our course? Not only does this concept apply to typography but also to many areas of visual art … Continue reading
This post contains information for students in the BCA 11 cohort who wish to learn about databases using Access 2013.
For this assignment, you will work with a partner to prepare a slideshow presentation that reviews and compares two popular social media platforms. These platforms do not need to be exclusive to those popular in North America, nor do they need … Continue reading
Only open to Business 9/10 classes: goo.gl/2nqMcW Contest begins on Nov. 24, 2014, and ends Feb. 13, 2015. At least one transaction by Dec. 1, 2014. Same rules as trial contest.
A stock is a share in the ownership of a company, and it represents a claim on the company’s assets and earnings. Public corporations allow any investors to buy shares in their company via a stock market exchange. Investors can earn money … Continue reading
Students in Info Tech 10 and Business Computer Applications 11 have created WordPress blogs to store their artifacts of learning throughout the year and to serve as portfolios.
It isn’t every day that students have an opportunity to collaborate in a massive crowd-sourced project like The Empire Strikes Back Uncut, a fan-made, shot-for-shot recreation of the Star Wars classic. The project selected 480 fan-made segments culled from over 1,500 … Continue reading
The article Top Five Appeals That Advertisers Use to Sell a Product describes five techniques how advertisers appeal to consumers on TV commercials. Working either in pairs or trios, you will find different YouTube videos that use these types of advertising appeals.
Imagine that you and your partner have been assigned to create a multimedia presentation for your boss but you two live in different cities. This is no longer an uncommon practice due to globalization in the workplace. Synchronous communication between two parties … Continue reading