To get started pick a subject, then an age group from the menu on the left.We've been working hard to feature the best educational resources which work well on interactive whiteboards in the classroom.When there are numerals following the number of credits, it indicates a number of contact hours per week different from the number of credit hours.
For my PGCE students I recommend getting hold of 11.4 which allows you to run Smart Notebook to prepare for lessons on a Smartboard, but doesn’t need a licence key.
11.4 has less features, but is good enough for learning to use the software – plus the files it produces work fine on later versions if your school has those in the classrooms.
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Note – when installing Smart Notebook, it’s quite easy to miss this step and not actually install Smart Notebook!
Do make sure you check the box next to Smart Notebook, or all you end up installing are the drivers! And don’t forget; if you want to get more from your version of Smart Notebook – then you can buy my book, or you can get me in to deliver a Smartboard CPD training course.
Prerequisites: ACCT 288 and BUS 200 or permission of instructor. Accounting Technology (3); Fa, Sp A study of computerized financial accounting technology using integrated accounting systems. Selected Topics in Accounting (3); Variable Course in a topic or topics in accounting. The course focuses on a firm’s 10-K fillings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). American Sign Language 1 (4); Fa, Sp This course introduces the student to American Sign Language (ASL). Selected Topic in Anthropology (I-4 VC); Var Course in a topic or topics in anthropology. Prerequisite: One introductory course in sociology or anthropology. Research Methods in Social Relations (3); Fa This course is the first in the series of methodology courses offered by sociology.
The course will analyze various components of the firm’s filings, including financial statements, management discussion and analysis, footnotes, and auditor’s opinion on financial statements and footnotes. Governmental Accounting (3); Sp This course covers accounting principles and procedures for governmental and institutional units and fiduciaries. It is interactive, and develops basic ASL competency and imparts grammatical and cultural knowledge useful to the beginning signer. American Sign Language 2 (4); Fa, Sp This second half of the beginning-level American Sign Language course expands the general objectives of the first course. Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology (3); Fa, Sp Introduction to the subdisciplines of physical anthropology and archaeology in the investigation of the origin, distribution, adaptation and evolution of early humans, up to the rise of civilization in the Old and New World. The course examines the ways in which social scientist investigates society and social phenomena.
Students must achieve a grade of C or better in prerequisite courses in order to advance to the next course. Principles of Financial Accounting (3); Fa, Sp A study of the fundamentals of financial record keeping and basic accounting principles. Principles of Managerial Account (3); Fa, Sp An introduction to management accounting and application of accounting to business decisions. Individual Taxation (3); Fa Study of federal tax legislation as applied to individual incomes, with some study of taxation on business. Prerequisite: ACCT 287 or permission of instructor. Intermediate Accounting 1 (3); Fa, Sp Critical study of standards for asset valuation and income determination.
Prerequisites: ACCT 287 and BUS 200, or permission of instructor. Independent Study (1-4 VC); Var Independent study arranged with an instructor. Prerequisites: ACCT 288 or permission of instructor. Intermediate Accounting 2 (3); Fa, Sp A continuation of ACCT 387.
The course covers both the practical interpretation from reading the firm’s 10-K and the underlying accounting theory. In addition, the course provides a foundation for not-for-profit accounting. The course continues to be interactive and develops basic ASL competency. American Sign Language 3 (3); Fa This is an intermediate-level American Sign Language course. American Sign Language 4 (3); Sp This is a continuation of the intermediate-level American Sign Language course. Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology (3); Fa, Sp A study of the concepts of culture and its application in the analysis of human group behavior. Student will be led through some of the same reasoning that researchers use whey they think about doing their work in a professional setting.