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200 double-sided flash cards covering essential academic content Academic content is presented in nine unique system and non-system areas Vibrant colors and visually pleasing images promote enhanced learning An ideal repetition tool to improve academic mastery
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Physical Therapy StudentsStudents should strive to retain essential academic content as they progress through a physical therapist academic program. Periodic review of this information is often necessary to accomplish this goal. The ﬂash cards provide students with a portable resource that can be used intermittently while on campus or in the clinical setting.Recent Physical Therapy GraduatesRecent graduates need to have full command of essential academic content in order to successfully pass the NPTE-PT. Although academic content alone will not be sufficient to pass the NPTE-PT, it provides graduates with a strong foundation to make informed clinical decisions on applied examination questions.Licensed Physical TherapistsPhysical therapists need to retain essential academic content. Therapists often work in specialized practice settings and therefore may infrequently utilize academic knowledge in selected system and non-system areas. As a result, periodic review is often required to maintain necessary mastery of this material.
The ActionScript programming language allows the development of interactive animations, video games, web applications, desktop applications, and mobile applications. Programmers can implement Flash software using an IDE such as Adobe Animate, Adobe Flash Builder, Adobe Director, FlashDevelop, and Powerflasher FDT. Adobe AIR enables full-featured desktop and mobile applications to be developed with Flash and published for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Wii U, and Nintendo Switch.
Developers could create Flash web applications and rich web applications in ActionScript 3.0 programming language with IDEs, including Adobe Flash Builder, FlashDevelop and Powerflasher FDT. Flex applications were typically built using Flex frameworks such as PureMVC.
The Flash 4 Linux project was an initiative to develop an open source Linux application as an alternative to Adobe Animate. Development plans included authoring capacity for 2D animation, and tweening, as well as outputting SWF file formats. F4L evolved into an editor that was capable of authoring 2D animation and publishing of SWF files. Flash 4 Linux was renamed UIRA. UIRA intended to combine the resources and knowledge of the F4L project and the Qflash project, both of which were Open Source applications that aimed to provide an alternative to the proprietary Adobe Flash.
In the same year that Shumway was abandoned, work began on Ruffle, a flash emulator written in Rust. It also runs in web browsers, by compiling down to WebAssembly and using HTML5 Canvas. In 2020, the Internet Archive added support for emulating SWF by adding Ruffle to its emulation scheme. As of March 2023, Ruffle states that it supports 95% of the AS1/2 language and 73% of the AS1/2 APIs, but does not correctly run most AS3 (AVM2) applications.
Like the HTTP cookie, a flash cookie (also known as a "Local Shared Object") can be used to save application data. Flash cookies are not shared across domains. An August 2009 study by the Ashkan Soltani and a team of researchers at UC Berkeley found that 50% of websites using Flash were also employing flash cookies, yet privacy policies rarely disclosed them, and user controls for privacy preferences were lacking. Most browsers' cache and history suppress or delete functions did not affect Flash Player's writing Local Shared Objects to its own cache in version 10.2 and earlier, at which point the user community was much less aware of the existence and function of Flash cookies than HTTP cookies. Thus, users with those versions, having deleted HTTP cookies and purged browser history files and caches, may believe that they have purged all tracking data from their computers when in fact Flash browsing history remains. Adobe's own Flash Website Storage Settings panel, a submenu of Adobe's Flash Settings Manager web application, and other editors and toolkits can manage settings for and delete Flash Local Shared Objects.
The following is a list of software the College has available for student-owned devices. The listings below note if the software is available for PCs and/or Macs. The software is listed alphabetically, not by popularity. Please review the entire list to see if the application you desire is included.
This software is licensed through your Providence College Microsoft 365 account. The license will exist so long as your account exists. As long as you are an active student, you will have access to the software.
All students can download the latest version of Microsoft Windows for free. The software can be downloaded from the OnTheHub academic software discount site. Be sure to register for the site with your Providence College email address.
To install Windows on a Mac, you must also install Parallels Desktop, available from the same link. For most applications that require Windows, we recommend students with Macs use Azure Virtual Desktop.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Wavefunction Spartan Student is being offered to Providence College students for home use. The licenses are being distributed within the Chemistry Department. Check with your instructor if you require a license.
The majority of the computers in Reese Library are for student, faculty and staff of Augusta University and the Summerville contingent of East Georgia College. There are four computers which are available for community users if not in use by our students, faculty or staff. (See the Community User policy) There are also computer kiosks on each floor that give direct access to the GIL-Find library catalog to any library patron.
On the first and second floors the printer is called BW Queue and prints to a virtual release station. Once you have selected print and selected BW Queue, a popup will appear asking for your JAGNet User ID and a name for the document. You can collect your prints at any black and white printer on campus that has a card swipe station within about 30 minutes from the time you printed. There are two black and white printers with card swipes on the first floor and one on the second floor. (There are additional printers in Allgood Hall and Greenblatt Library to collect the prints as well, but the job may timeout before you can get to those.) Swipe your card at the swipe station or touch the screen and type in your student ID number to get a listing of all your print jobs. Select the ones you want to print and press the print button. Any you sent by mistake can be removed by selecting them and pressing the delete button. You only pay for the prints you print with this method. This is also the process for color prints, only selecting Color Queue instead of BW. There is a color printer on the first and second floor of Reese Library, one in Allgood Hall and one in Greenblatt Library.
Reese Library has two wireless networking options: AU-Secure and AU-Guest. For students, faculty and staff, AU-Secure is the best solution as this network is encrypted over-the-air to prevent unauthorized people from intercepting your communications. AU-Guest allows visitors to campus access the internet while they are here. It is not encrypted since it is designed so visitors can check their mail and calendars while on campus.
Flashcard Factory was designed to transform the way students engage with vocabulary. When you play Flashcard Factory students pair up and work together to create dynamic and engaging flashcards. Students collaborate to illustrate and define terms, making learning vocab an active and social experience! Flashcard Factory is free to use and works with Google Apps for Education.
Explore our vast collection of student-submitted essays for a fresh perspective on almost every imaginable topic. This includes: Case studies like those on the teamwork at Starbucks
Different types of essays ranging from argumentative ones on global warming to reflective ones on leadership
Analyses of literature classics, like To Kill A Mockingbird, or characters in them, like Jordan Baker in the Great Gatsby or Sodapop or Dally in the Outsiders
Summary essays on autobiographies like A Narrative Of A Revolutionary Soldier or Superman and Me
Opinion essays on subjects like the legality of homework to comparing high school and college
Having trouble preparing for tests and exams? Look no further. Besides essay homework help, Cram also helps you memorize all that hard-to-remember information with online flashcards so that you ace your exams!
You can even make your own set with our web-based flashcard maker and export them to any device. Better yet, share them with your friends and classmates. The handy Cram app (available on Google Play and the App Store) also allows you to do all this and more, on the go.
Flash Surveys are one source of input for assessing faculty classroom strengths and opportunities for improvement. Flash Survey relies on unit administrators and course schedulers to vet information from Banner to ensure that the right students receive the right surveys. Reports are used by faculty and chairs and also included for consideration in RP&T decisions.
Unlike paper surveys, the electronic SSI is personalized for each student/faculty combination. That personalization is why having the correct information in the system is crucial. For this reason, the course schedulers are critical partners in making sure that faculty and administrators receive accurate SSI information. The work of course schedulers will make it possible to provide SSIs that helps faculty identify opportunities for improvement. 041b061a72