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RNA and Protein Synthesis Contest – Clark County School District
Description: Designed for K-12, this science lesson creates an understanding for structures and functions of DNA and RNA. Students will be asked to learn vocabulary words, document in their Scientific Notebooks and be quizzed on the lesson itself.
Internet Technologies & Research – Kennesaw State University
A lesson designed to teach IT and research. Comprised of hardware, software and protocols, this massive network provides individuals with knowledge, information and the ability to communicate, interact and collaborate instantaneously. The Internet contains a wealth of knowledge; it is a valuable research tool. However, if you are unable to find what you are looking for, the Internet won’t support your research needs. Knowing how to use search tools to better mine search engines and databases will improve your skills as a researcher.
Ethics and Privacy – Nova Southeastern University
Higher education Management Information Systems course. This lesson will help you understand how to protect yourself and contribute to your company’s code of ethics and privacy policies if you are in a position to do so.