Review of limits and derivatives of exponential, logarithmic and rational functions. Trigonometric functions and their inverses. The derivatives of the trig functions and their inverses. L'Hospital's rules. The definite integral. Fundamental theorem of Calculus. Simple substitution. Applications including areas of regions and volumes of solids of revolution. Antirequisite(s): Calculus 1500A/B, the former Calculus 1100A/B, Applied Mathematics 1413 Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.
This course examines a number of issues in Canadian human resources management including: human resources planning, recruitment, selection, performance appraisal, industrial relations, and training and development. Prerequisite: AP/ADMS 1000 3.00 (students in the BAS/BHRM programs may take AP/ADMS 1000 3.00 concurrently with AP/ADMS/HRM 2600 3.00). Course credit exclusions: None. Prior TO FALL 2009: Prerequisite: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 (students in the BAS/BHRM programs may take AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 concurrently with AK/ADMS 2600 3.00). Course credit exclusions: AK/ADMS 2600 3.00, AK/ADMS 3480 3.00 (prior to Summer 2001).
Students taking this course will learn the definition of culture and will be introduced to inter-cultural communication theories such as differences in gestures, personal spaces, and customs. By identifying intercultural issues in North American society, student will learn how they can apply intercultural communication theories to their daily lives and how they can respect and understand persons from other cultures. The main objective of this course is to create an environment in which students will feel comfortable communicating with people from different cultures and backgrounds. As part of the course, students will communicate with people from other cultures electronically and in person. This course will be of interest to workers in health services, education, human resources, and business as well as those people who want to enhance their communication skills particularly as they apply to communicating with people from other cultures.
Establishing priorities and effectively managing projects and teams is a requirement for today's managers. This course is designed to meet the needs of leaders in any organization who may be new to project management or who have not had formal project management training. Learn how the elements of the Project Management Body of Knowledge are applied during each phase of a project's life cycle and the implications of project management on leadership within an organization. Note: Fee includes $27 (non-refundable) materials fee.
This course examines various thoretical perspectives in financial theory such as decision model approach, information economics, capital markets theory, agency theory, economic consequences, management incentives for financial reporting, earnings management and accounting policy choice. Standard stetting issues and other current and emerging issues in financial accounting theory and practice are discussed. Cases and readings are used to further integrate theory and practice and concepts from previous accounting courses. (Pre or corequisite: 70-352.)(Open to Business Students only.)
Ce cours est une introduction aux concepts de base du calcul différentiel et intégral : limites, fonctions, dérivées et intégrales. Les étudiants qui prennent ce cours seront initiés à l'utilisation de logiciels mathématiques pour effectuer les calculs. Partie I: Calcul différentiel. Limites et continuité. Définition d'une dérivée. Dérivées des polynômes, des fonctions exponentielles et logarithmiques. Règles de base : Dérivée du produit et du quotient, dérivation en chaîne. Dérivées de second ordre et concavité. Points extrémums, optimisation et application à la gestion et l'économie. Partie II: Calcul intégral. Primitives et règles de base de l'intégration. L'intégrale définie en tant que aire sous la courbe et le théorème fondamental du calcul. Application de l'intégrale définie à la gestion et l'économie.
Conclusion of the presentation made in ACC 110. Particular emphasis is given to the application of accounting principles in the disclosure of assets, liabilities and equity. A study is made of the uses of financial data by interested parties and management.
Examine health and safety legislation, including statutes, regulations, codes, and standards, the obligations of employers and of employees; filing claims, entitlement decision making, benefits, appeals, and re-employment. Equivalent to: Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (SAFEOH309).
An introduction to the history and theory of theatre conceived for audiences of young people. Students will read a variety of plays intended for young audiences and consider the social and artistic issues associated with various dramatic and theatrical techniques. PREREQUISITE: Level 2 or above. EXCLUSION: No more than 3.0 units from DRAM 211/3.0; DRAM 311/3.0.
In this course, students will focus on accounting procedures relating to the keeping of records and recording of transactions in a law office and the requirements of the Law Society of Upper Canada.SOFTWARE: Students will be asked to download a 30 day free trial version of the PCLaw 10 software in order to complete Assignment 3 in the course. Students will be alerted in advance of the requirement. The software can be acquired by visiting the site http://www.lexisnexis.com/law-firms/practice-management/specialized-law/pclaw.aspx, click on the “Try before you Buy” icon to register for the free download. Lexis Nexis, the publisher, will send you an email confirmation and entitlement ID in order for you to complete the download of the trial version of the software. Sign up for this as a student.” Minimum Hardware Requirements: Windows Vista or Windows 7 with 512 MB processor, Windows XP with 256MB, or Windows 2000 with 128MB and 2 GB hard drive space.
One way that people find their place in, and make a contribution to, society, is through work. This course prepares students for the world of work with a focus on their intended field by leading them through a rigorous process of exploring changes in the marketplace, researching their intended careers, and developing skills related to acquiring desirable employment in their industry of choice. Through guided reflection, students learn how to uncover their strengths, understand their motivations, establish goals and become successful workers in an ever-changing environment. The final group project simulates the real-world job search and acquisition process.
Ce cours sert d'initiation à l'informatique et aux communications. D'abord, l'étudiante ou l'étudiant perfectionne ses connaissances de base en informatique tout en se familiarisant avec des logiciels de bureau et l'environnement technologique du collège. Ensuite, des outils technologiques sont étudiés et utilisés dans des situations pratiques reliées au marché du travail.
Students will learn about fundamental grammatical concepts, focusing on the major grammatical categories in English and how they interact at the phrase level. They will be introduced to the main constituents of English sentences and learn about the basic relationship between tense, aspect, and modality. Students will learn to apply this knowledge as a tool to think analytically about English, evaluating various registers and styles, and gaining an awareness of their own style of speaking and writing. This course does not count towards the Linguistic Studies minor or major program. [24L, 12T]
Ce cours permettra de decouvrir et d'analyser des referents dominants de la trame historique du Quebec de meme que les debats entourant l'identite et le nationalisme et les relations avec le Canada anglais. Also listed as CDNS 2510/FINS 2510 (English), and FINS 2511 (French). Precludes additional credit for CDNS 2510/ FINS 2510. Prerequisites(s): niveau de deuxieme annee ou permission de L'Ecole d'etudes canadiennes.
This course introduces the student to techniques for training others specifically to implement behaviour change plans (technology transfer). Students will learn and practice techniques for individual and group presentation formats for the training of families or professionals.Students will also learn how to maintain procedural integrity, use performance feedback, evaluate the effects of training, and understand the challenges that may impact before, during and after mediator training.Emphasis will be placed on in-class presentations and role-play practice.
The course examines topics in one of the three business core subject areas, mainly operations (the two others being finance and marketing). Students completing this course will have an in-depth knowledge of the responsibilities and current tools of operations managers in manufacturing and non-manufacturing organizations. Coverage includes inventory management, JIT, MRP, ERP, Intro to SAP, Quality Management, Process Improvement and Project Management.
This is a general introductory course in personal computing with special emphasis on the applications of microcomputers. The general concepts of computing will be reviewed. Students will gain practical experience in the use of software including word processors, spreadsheets and database systems. (LEC 3, TUT 1) (3 cr)
This course introduces students to the concepts of health and wellness, and provide program-related information on sports nutrition, components of fitness, weight management in sports, disordered eating patterns, how to identify nutrition misinformation, sport supplements, ergogenic aids and stress management./
This course introduces the historical sociological and political perspectives on the origins of the Ontario Metis people. The course analyzes in broad terms the emergence of the Metis peoples and their relationship with the provincial government. We will also explore trends and issues affecting the Ontario Metis in contemporary society.
Ce cours d'introduction au management de projet jette un regard sur l'ensemble des processus régissant la réalisation d'un projet et vise à préparer l'étudiant qui s'engagera à compléter le programme de certificat. Par le biais de lectures, de présentations et de travaux d'équipe et individuels, l'étudiant se familiarise avec le vocabulaire, le cycle de vie, les processus et les différentes techniques et outils qui font partie du management de projet. Cours prépare l'étudiant à entreprendre le programme de certificat en management de projet en l'introduisant au vocabulaire, aux outils et aux techniques.
This course introduces students to the basic elements and principles of design and colour as well as those interactions and harmonic relationships that can be considered for two-dimensional compositions. Exercises and assignments germane to contemporary design practices focus on form generation and composition, applied vocabulary, contextual colour applications, spatial sensitivity and the development of practical two/three dimensional compositions.
This course provides an overview of plant and ecosystem relationships, through a brief review of ecosystem relationships, through a brief review of ecosystem ecology, botany and plant physiology as it relates to choosing and planting a variety of native plants. The plant identification component emphasizes native landscape plants including annuals, perennials, shrubs, deciduous and evergreen trees which are commonly used in the ornamental landscape for the temperate and colder northern hemisphere. Professional Continuing Education Credits can also be earned to maintain industry certificates (ISA,CNLA,BCSA,SOUL).
Hidden codes, special devices, fiendish villains, and top secrets all have a special place in popular culture, but as alluring as the mythology may be, it does not answer important questions about the role espionage plays in international relations. This course covers the evolution of spying and spy services from the late 19th century to the present, focusing on the effects of major events such as the two world wars, the Cold War, and 9-11.
A continuation of MUSC 1101, expanding on musical vocabulary and the basic skills of musicianship through written work, analysis, and ear training. Topics include the C-clefs, scales, triads, seventh chords, simple and compound time, non-harmonic tones, cadences, transposing instruments, instrumental and vocal scores, and musical terms and signs used to indicate tempo, dynamics, articulation, style, etc. No credit toward degree in Music. Students may not take 1102 if they have successfully completed MUSC 1115. PREREQ: MUSC 1101 or dept.'s permission. (lec 3) cr 3
Some call it social media marketing. Some refer to it as digital media. Some include mobile marketing. This course provides the student with a fundamental understanding of many of the different digital channels including: social, mobile, games, and other emerging digital channels of communication. Once an understanding of each of the channels is established the student then learns how to integrate the messages and media into coordinated strategies to achieve stated marketing objectives.
These skills are valued in every company and organization. Practise creative thinking and reasoning techniques and apply these skills to help analyze and respond appropriately to a wide variety of personal and work situations, including strategic planning, decision-making and problem solving.
In today’s economic reality, many health care professionals will find themselves either self-employed, or employed on a part-time basis or on a contract by a small business. Students in this course will learn about their rights and responsibilities under various forms of employment. Students will also be exposed to the basic business concepts for establishing and operating a successful small business in their chosen health care field, and under the guidelines provided by the appropriate College and/or regulatory agency.
The course examines some basic statistical theories, concepts, methods and techniques, and their application in economics. Topics include measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability theory, probability distributions, sampling, sampling distribution, estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation, and regression. The course also incorporates the use of a popular software package to generate statistical information for analysis and interpretation.
The purpose of this course is to examine instructional design from its origins in the development of educational and training materials for the U.S. military in WWII to the current constructivist, social constructivist and connectivist design theories. Students will learn to recognise and explain both traditional approaches to instructional design rooted in behavioural theories of learning and current practices based on constructivist, constructionist and social constructivist thinking. Topics will include, but are not limited to, the work of curriculum theorist Ralph Tyler, Robert Gagne's Conditions of Learning and the ADDIE model promoted by Dick and Carey. 3 cr, 3 web.
Medical nursing is an introductory course in which the fundamental concepts relating to the nursing care of an adult with selected medical disease processes is taught. Medical disease processes are studied according to body systems.
This course focuses on interviewing and investigation skills. Students develop the interviewing skills necessary to retrieve information from witnesses, victims and suspects. You will also learn the basic steps of investigation including the practical development of note-taking and observation skills.
This course will look at the wide range of travel writing assignments available to freelance writers, from commercial pieces that border on promotional writing, to literary travel writing and travel memoirs. Along with the pieces themselves, we'll study the various publishing markets for this type of work, from traditional publishers to online opportunities.
DNA has revolutionized how human forensic investigations take place, yet there are a myriad of non-human applications of DNA technology, including food, wildlife, environmental, and bioterrorism forensics, the tracking of sources of disease outbreaks, and invasive species detection. Theoretical foundations and techniques of DNA analysis are examined through forensic cases. Prerequisite: BIOL-FRSC 2050H. Recommended pre- or co-requisite: BIOL 3080H, and BIOL-FRSC 3620H.
In this course you will learn how to develop and compose an original short dramatic script conforming to industry-standard formats and terminology. Using a structured developmental process, you will research and evaluate your story concepts, write an outline, treatment and first draft, then revise and polish the final draft. You will learn how to protect your intellectual property and effectively market and pitch your script, and develop the tools necessary to sustain a professional writing career.
This course will provide the student with an introduction on how to use SolidWorks mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies and how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies. This is a process based training course and will emphasize the process and procedures used to complete a particular task. By utilizing case studies to illustrate these processes, the student learns the necessary commands, options and menus in the context of completing a design task.
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eCampusOntario has announced the launch of a new virtual Open Textbook Library established to offer students a repository of resources which are licensed to be freely used, adapted, and distributed.
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eCampusOntario to host the first Open Education Ontario Summit, a forum designed to build local capacity, create opportunities for Open pedagogy, and showcase Open Education projects and practices.
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Following a call for proposals, successful teams from Ontario’s colleges and universities received grants for research and innovation projects related to online and technology-enable learning.
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eCampusOntario is seeking expressions of interest from Ontario post-secondary institutions to design and assemble a prototype open education publishing infrastructure to provide system capacity...
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eCampusOntario representing the 45 Ontario colleges and universities, is pleased to announce the recipients of its New Program Development and Open Education Content call for proposals.
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Dr. David Porter, the associate vice-president of education support and innovation at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), has been selected as the new CEO of eCampusOntario...
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On January 15, eCampusOntario was thrilled to provide Ontario’s colleges and universities an opportunity to come together and share their innovations in online and technology-enabled learning...