1. tyowell

    Portfolio Program

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    The ASWB Social Work Portfolio Program is the name for the new and improved Social Work Registry

    What is it?

    A repository that ASWB offers Stores all important credentials such as: Transcripts Employment History Continuing Education Certificates License Verifications References

    Why should I join?

    FREE with enrollment of the ASWB…
  2. tyowell

    Examinations

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    First, you must be approved by your state, province or territory before you can register for the exam.

    After you have been approved you can register online or by phone.

    FEES Bachelors or Masters Exam – $230 Advanced Generalist or Clinical – $260

     …

  3. tyowell

    License Verifications

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    Here you can search our database of licensed social workers to verify:

    the license is current/active disciplinary actions against a social worker a license number…
  4. tyowell

    ASWB Mission

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    To strengthen protection of the public by providing support and services to the social work regulatory community to advance safe, competent and ethical practices…

  5. tyowell

    Social Work Portfolio Program

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    The ASWB Social Work Portfolio Program is the name for the new and improved Social Work Registry

    What is it?

    A repository that ASWB offers Stores all important credentials such as: Transcripts Employment History Continuing Education Certificates License Verifications References

    Why should I join?

    FREE with enrollment of the ASWB…
  6. jsteward

    Entry Level Hipster: Interactive Fiction

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    Senior in highschool Jada: I love Neutral Milk Hotel.

    Freshman in highschool who is Jada’s friend: Oh, you’re an entry level hipster.

    Junior in college Jada:

    Inspired by Twitter accounts such as So Sad Today, Guy In Your MFA, and Brooding YA Hero,

    No matter how short a time we've …

  7. jsteward

    (Untitled)

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    The Little Prince: an examination of the value of teaching children’s books to older students

    The Little Prince : an examination of the value of teaching children&#39s books to older students

    Jada Steward

    The Little Prince (Le Petit Prince, in its original language) is a text celebrated by …

  8. shargis

    Reflections on Mapping

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    Even though I didn’t expect to learn anything new about maps or mapping, working with this module was a pleasant surprise. While the information from the resources on the mapping website from DGST 101 weren’t necessarily new, it was an interesting take on a now daily  necessity I never thought …

  9. levitasdementia

    PaNOsonic

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    Because I didn’t like the device, get it?

    ANYWAY let’s get cracking. Which incidentally was the main way to get inside this thing. PS I don’t have pictures because this nonsense didn’t deserve to be photographed. We did most of the disassembly in class when we were mostly together, and …

  10. shargis

    Reflections on Digital Archaeology

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    I was very proud of how well our group worked together. We divided the work fairly and communicated often through slack. For instance, while two group members took apart the computer, the other two took pictures and uploaded them to slack so they could all be accessed easily. Even though …

  11. shargis

    Debating for Devices

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    Previously in class we debated the ethics of purchasing phones and other cheap technology when their cheapness is enabled by exploitation of slave labor. For the purpose of the debate I helped with the back research but the group, primarily the speaker had all the material she needed since she …

  12. shargis

    Algorithm Reflections

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    In this second module I worked with a good friend whom I’ve done previous work with before. We were able to get most of the work done together in about two days however because of our busy schedules we communicated our progress with each other rather than writing about it …

  13. shargis

    Explaining Neuromancer

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    To summarize Neuromancer, the group decided to focus on the plot and story itself.  We choose to do this rather than any other direction because there are too many concepts and themes to mention and in many cases every person will decipher them a little differently. For example, one could …

  14. shargis

    Responding to Neuromancer

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    Throughout a majority of the book one of the  common and almost subtle themes were good and evil.  For the most part this is addressed while an AI is present or if it’s the subject of a conversation.  Personally, I was under the impression that while the AI weren’t hated, …

  15. bbrady

    The End is Here!

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    It’s the end of DS106! It’s the end of the semester! It’s the end of college! Today is a great day! Alright, I’ll get to the point. I completed the final assignment for digital storytelling 106, as well as two tutorials. I’ll post the tutorials first.

    The first tutorial I …

  16. bbrady

    256 Points – Tutorial

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    This is the first of two tutorials I’m completing for the final week of DS106. The assignment is 256 Points.

    Today, we have the luxury of fast computers with lots of memory and power. However, that wasn’t always the case, and graphics designers had to make due with very …

  17. bbrady

    Week 11 & 12 Summary

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    We’re at the end of week 12 of the semester, so it’s time for the summary of the work I’ve completed over the last two weeks. I’ll get started with the daily creates and then move onto the video assignments.

     

    I completed five daily creates over the last two …

  18. bbrady

    A Morse Mystery (Morse Code Challenge Assignment)

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    This is a five-star video assignment for weeks 11/12 of DS106. That brings my total for the two-week period to…five stars so far. I’ve been busy, okay?! Here is the assignment page. I’ll include the instructions below as well.

    This challenge can either be completed as an Audio Assignment, or …

UMW Spring 15 (Bond/Burtis/Groom)

Welcome to UMW's Spring 2015 ds106/noir106, Section 3

Current Assignment

Student Blogs

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  1. ??????
  2. ????????
  3. Adventure in Noir
  4. After Dark
  5. Alayna Payne's Blog
  6. Amy Fanghella
  7. Aubrey&Edie
  8. Brianne's Blog
  9. Brick Houses!!
  10. Cheyanne McKinney's Words of Wisdom!
  11. Countdown to the cap and gown
  12. Dalina Beckham
  13. Dancing in the Dark
  14. ds106 – Lesya Melnychenko
  15. Eat Pray Love for the Twenty Something Soul
  16. Edith the art freak
  17. Entering the World of Digital Creation
  18. Erin's Column
  19. etmooc and beyond
  20. FATALE
  21. Finding Our Place
  22. Givin' It The Old College Try
  23. Goulet Creative
  24. GP Library
  25. Gyeore Lee's Daily Story
  26. Harvey's Hate Mail
  27. Home
  28. Jada Steward
  29. Janaye Nichelle Evans
  30. journey into noir
  31. Kinzer
  32. Landon Epp
  33. lattakathleen
  34. Lexy Maratellos
  35. Life of Amanda
  36. Longs Taking On The DS106 World
  37. Mariam's Monologue
  38. McLeod and Proud
  39. Miss Reginator
  40. My blog
  41. My Blog
  42. My Blog
  43. My new adventure in the digital realm
  44. Nelia-Sol White: His Blue Gardens
  45. No Happy Endings
  46. Noir106
  47. Not Your Parents’ Storytelling
  48. Patrick Boyle
  49. Philip Dorch
  50. Princesses and Pieces of Pi
  51. Prose of a Pumpkin Farmer
  52. Ready. Set. Roll
  53. SAHAR'S BLOG
  54. SASHA Xing
  55. Second Star to the Right
  56. Shadows, Sex, & Suspense
  57. Shymonique Jackson
  58. Stella Vaughn
  59. Stephanie's ds106 Journey
  60. Stephen Weidman
  61. Steve Rechter
  62. Stirrup Trouble
  63. The Dark Times
  64. The Jota
  65. The Mind of Micheal Bretton
  66. The Music of the Night
  67. The Original and Only Janelle Pierangelino
  68. The Phoenix's Lair
  69. The Pierced City
  70. The Spirit Queen
  71. The Time is Now!
  72. To Digital and Beyond
  73. Ty's Expierence
  74. Weekly Assignments – the new noir106
  75. What's Up, Mia?
  76. Wildwood Blogs

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