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CS 0546 Human Computer Interfaces

Common interface idioms and support available into aesthetically appealing and practical, efficient interactions between humans and machine. Editors, browsers, games, networking sites, posting boards, etc. Principles that are ubiquitous among tools for HCI development.

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CS 0645 Advanced Web Application Development

Continue to advance your skills with the Advanced Web Application Development course. On the client side, you will learn advanced XHTML, CSS, Javascript, and AJAX. Server side topics include developing applications using Java Web Services (servlets and JSP), integration with SQL database systems, and common frameworks for rapid development and deployment. A major emphasis is on high-performance platforms, and application architectures suitable for large, complex projects.

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Alan Riggins
CS 0646.01 Android Mobile Application Development

Design and implementation of applications for smart mobile phones and mobile devices. GUI programming, application structure, network, database, video, GPS sensors, and multi-touch in applications. GUI design for multi-touch screens, usability testing.

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Roger Whitney
ED 0997.34 Tiny Habits for Teachers

Learn the breakthrough method for behavior change, which does not rely on willpower or motivation to succeed: Tiny Habits® developed by Stanford University Behavioral Scientist, Dr. BJ Fogg.

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ARP 0745 Internship in Rehabilitation

Supervised internship in rehabilitation setting which involves application of rehabilitation counseling experiences. Maximum credit of nine units applicable to a Master of Science degree in rehabilitation counseling or enrollment in the Rehabilitation Administration Certificate.

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Completion of at least 24 units leading to Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling.

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Teresa Grenawalt
ARP 0607 Applications of Rehabilitation Technology

Provide rehabilitation professionals with knowledge and skills to assess assistive technology needs of individuals with disabilities and match those needs with appropriate adaptations, equipment, and/or resources to expand employment and related quality of life opportunities. (Formerly numbered Administration, Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Education 585.)

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Admission to rehabilitation counseling program or consent of instructor.

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Marcia Scherer
TE 0798 Special Study: TE 798

Individual study. May involve fieldwork. Maximum credit six units applicable to a master's degree.

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Wendy Parcel
2018 Spring
OL 0142.01 Management in Customer Service Non-Credit CEU

Participants of this customized course will learn the foundational skills required to provide exceptional customer service, gain a foundational understanding of key management skills and assist leaders to carefully design a personal development plan.

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January 3 - May 4
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AMIND 0120 Written Communication

Understanding of rhetoric of written argument from interdisciplinary perspectives, with reference to American Indian content. Designed to develop and enhance composition and reading skills. Focus on writing skills that contribute to academic growth and development. Not open to students with credit in a higher-numbered composition course or AFRAS 120 or CCS111B or ENGL 100 or GEN S 260A or LING 100 or RWS 100 or 101.Prerequisite: Satisfaction of the English Placement Test and Writing Competency requirements. (See the Graduation Requirements section of catalog.) Proof of completion of prerequisite required: Copy of EPT or competency scores or verification of exemption; proof of credit (Cr) in Rhetoric and Writing Studies 92.

Sept. 25-Nov. 20

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ED 0997.76 Zero Suicide: Schools Empowering At-Risk Students

This course is designed to build the capacity, competence, and confidence of student support personnel to become leaders in DoDEA schools to prevent suicide and intervene with students at-risk for suicide.

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