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Transcript: What Career Do I Want ? How video games help: 1. Entertainment 2. Problems 3. Help hand coordination 4. More observant 5. Better decision making Why a Game Designer The best area to be a game designer is in the United States. The best state to be one is San Francisco because they have lots of studios to develop the games. Other Game Designers Slide 3"Game Designer: Job Info and Requirements for Becoming a Game Designer."Education Portal. Education Portal, 2 Nov. 2012. Web. 2 Nov. 12. <>.slide 4"Required Skills." UAT GAME DEGREES. UAT GAME DEGREES, n.d. Web. 2 Nov. 2012. <>.slide 6"Game Design Salary Information." A Digital Dreamer. A Digital Dreamer, n.d. Web. 2 Nov. 2012. <>.slide 7"Top North American Cities for Video Game Development." Gamejobhunter. Gamejobhunter, n.d. Web. 2 Nov. 2012. <>.Slide 5"The Various Video Game Design Jobs in a Studio." A Digital Dreamer. A Digital Dreamer, n.d. Web. 2 Nov. 2012. <>.slide 8"Video Game Artist." Incredible @rt Department. Incredible @rt Department, n.d. Web. 5 Nov. 2012. <>.slide 9"Pulsipher Game Design." N.p., n.d. Web. 5 Nov. 2012. <>. Skills You Can Transfer Well know game designer are Robert bowling which is the person who made CoD Modern Warfare 3. He made the game a year ago. Mark Lamia is the head director of making the game CoD Black Ops 2. Game Designers In other countries they do different formatting and use different program. They use other programs that makes the imaging different. I'm so interested in being a game designer because I love playing games and I know how the games work. You get have fun while you work, you get to be as creative as you want. How Much You Make Education requirements: 1. Bachelor degree in Computer science or engineering 2. Courses needed- project managing, integrating video design, game prototyping and level design It takes 4-5 years to complete. Game designers make up to 45,000 to 90,000 dollars. Were To Be A Game Designer I Want to be a game Designer. I like the idea of being a game designer because they get to see all the character start from something small then turn to a huge game character. Skills that you can transfer to other careers are programming and developing. You can be game developer to track the progress and a computer programming. Game Designer In Other Countries

Research Methodology

Transcript: Research Methodology An introductory portion states the research method used, choice of respondents, instrumentation, procedures in gathering data as well as the statistical treatment of data. *Research Design *Locale and Population/Sample of the Study *Research Instrument *Validation of Instrument *Data Gathering Procedure *Statistical Treatment This portion explains the design of the study particularly the research design and the techniques to be used, how the subject will be chosen, how the rationale will be determined, the instruments to be used their validation together with the data analysis scheme including the application of statistical tools for the treatment of data yielded by the study. 3 Basic research designs or methods to be used are: *Descriptive Research. This is a research design wherein events are recorded, described, interpreted, analyzed and compared. *Historical Research. This is a research design wherein past events are studied and related to their cause and effect at present or in the future time. *Experimental. This is a research design wherein the cause and effect relationship of a treatment on a variable is determined. There are several experimental designs to choose from. Data Gathering Procedure There are several steps to be followed in data gathering. These are: 1. Preparation of a written communication to authorities in the place where one will conduct the study. 2. Follow-up of communication. If rejected, change the place. 3. Prepare the instruments. 4. Dry-run/validation of instruments 5. Conduct the study personally after preparing the respondents in the venue and time set. 6. Retrieval of instruments 7. Tally of data. 8. Interpretation of data. Research Instrument This explains the specific type of research instrument used such as questionnaire, checklist, questionnaire-checklists, structured interview, teacher–made test, standardized instrument which are adopted or borrowed with permission from the author or from other sources. Validity of the Instrument Survey research begins with assessing the validity and reliability of the research instrument selected. A systematic approach to establishing validity and reliability of a research instrument is required. Statistical Treatment If the research instrument included options which are scaled, explain how each scale is given the weight, its interval and class limits. Explain how each statistical test is used in the treatment of data. This discusses the place or setting of the study. It describes in brief the place where the study is conducted. Only important features which have the bearing on the present study are included. Locale and Population/ Sample of the Study

Research Methodology

Transcript: Staggering Statistics Exercise! Although MSK pain and disease has a lower visibility then heart disease, respiratory conditions, and cancers, it is much more prevalent. ~Burden of MSK Disease in USA, 2008 In 2005, the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons reported 107.7 million adults (one in two aged over 18) suffered from a MSK condition lasting more then three months in the past year. 2x the number of any other medical condition Whats the burden of these statistics? $6-12 Billion cost of treatment annually in Canada $61.2 Billion in lost productive time in the U.S. $510 Billion in cost of treatment for 2004 in the U.S. $339 Billion in indirect cost (primarily lost wages) in the U.S. ~Jacobs 2009 A total cost of $849 Billion or 7.7% of the U.S. GDP Guess who makes up 63% of these costs? Check Your Paper! Chronicity accounts for 5-10% of the affected population but yet accounts for 63% of the costs associated with it! Costs are still rising...between 1996-2004, there has been a 49% increase in treating this subgroup (primarily from tertiary management of pharmacy and surgical interventions) Hogg-Johnson et al., 2008 Clearly, based on epidemiology and the economic burden, MSK pain/disorders poses a large problem Chiropractic management of MSK pain/disorders has been proven to reduce/prevent chronicity, be clinically effective AND cost effective in managing MSK conditions. ~Korthals 2003 Chiropractic integration could then be seen as an ideal intervention for an area of medicine historically neglected ~New Zealand Chiropractic Inquiry, 1974 Pros's; Previously utilized in IHC initiatives Respondents are asked to recall their first day of the intervention and report on a 10 point scale (1 being no pain relief or activity increase, 10 being total relief or recovery of all activities) how they report pain and activity levels at present (post intervention) Has not been validated in the literature, but provides a subjective global assessment of pain relief and activity increase, while providing quantitative data that can be compared to other IHC initiatives for further analysis ~Brown et al, 2005 ~Jacobs 2009 Referral mechanisms, practice guidelines, treatment planning, decision-making and reimbursement strategies. ~Mior et al. 2009 Qualitative Methodology Strengthens the methodology by limiting the inherent weaknesses found in both quantitative and qualitative methods by combining them Allows for the unrestricted use of methods/tools of data collection, rather then being restricted to specific methodological confines and the specific data they collect Allows for the use of multiple paradigms & views Practical since it allows the researcher to use all or any methods to address a research problem Quantitative Data Collection; Clinical Efficacy Semi-structured in-depth interviews preformed twice through the study (6 months, and 1 yr conclusion) 10-15 Participants made up of host facility practitioners, administrators, referring physicians, and collaborative practitioners. Interviews performed until data saturation is reached Interviews audio-recorded, transcribed, and analyzed for basic content analysis using qualitative software Draws on employing "what works," using diverse approaches, giving primacy to the importance of the research problem and question, and valuing both objective and subjective knowledge (Morgan 2007) "A more formal relationship where health care professionals are subsumed under a common policy, administration, formal structure, and sharing of a common vision of care delivery" ~Mior et al. 2009 Chiropractic What are patient's MSK health outcomes and host facility practitioner's experiences with the integration of a Chiropractor for the management of MSK conditions? Patients referred to for Chiropractic services by general practitioners of the PCN This arm of the study will evaluate whether the introduced service was effective in reducing or alleviating MSK pain and related disability (Clinical Outcomes) ~Grisanti Report, 2002 Pragmatism moves beyond these problems by focusing on one central matter; "Whether or not the information produced is useful in the sense of helping people to better cope with the world or to create better organizations" (Nord & Connell 2011) "Pragmatism accepts that certain metaphysical and epistemological questions are vexing and seemingly irresolvable" (Nord & Connell 2011) The Setting; The Intervention Not an easy methodology and can be time consuming Vast amounts of time spent collecting and analyzing both quantitative and qualitative data Demands mastery of both qualitative and quantitative methods Qualitative Sample Applied Ethnography; concerned with the study of social life in naturally occurring settings (Denzin, 1997) Involves multiple methods that secure an in-depth understanding. A form of triangulation as an alternative to validation (Denzin, 1997) Applied in the sense that the phenomena is studied in its everyday context, but with an attempt to make sense

PowerPoint Game Templates

Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... Example of a Deal or No Deal Template PowerPoint Game Templates There are free templates for games such as jeopardy, wheel of fortune, and cash cab that can be downloaded online. However, some templates may cost more money depending on the complexity of the game. Classroom Games that Make Test Review and Memorization Fun! (n.d.). Retrieved February 17, 2017, from Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from 1. Users will begin with a lot of slides all with the same basic graphic design. 2. The, decide and create a series of questions that are to be asked during the game. 3. By hyper linking certain answers to different slides, the game jumps from slide to slide while playing the game. 4. This kind of setup is normally seen as a simple quiz show game. Example of a Wheel of Fortune Template Games can be made in order to make a fun and easy way to learn. Popular game templates include: Family Feud Millionaire Jeopardy and other quiz shows. Quick video on template "Millionaire" PowerPoint Games Some games are easier to make compared to others If users are unsure whether or not downloading certain templates is safe, you can actually make your own game by just simply using PowerPoint. add logo here References Example of a Family Feud Template PowerPoint Games are a great way to introduce new concepts and ideas You can create a fun, competitive atmosphere with the use of different templates You can change and rearrange information to correlate with the topic or idea being discussed. Great with students, workers, family, etc. For example: With games like Jeopardy and Family Feud, players can pick practically any answers. The person who is running the game will have to have all of the answers in order to determine if players are correct or not. However, with a game like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the players only have a choice between answers, A, B, C, or D. Therefore, when the player decides their answer, the person running the game clicks it, and the game will tell them whether they are right or wrong.


Transcript: In a highly evolving market there is no room for playing a 'wait and see game' nor can an enterprise afford to relax in the face of emerging trend. The Software Isn’t Impressive Income Currently consumers are switching to trendier phones from Apple and Google's Android, using them for both business and personal purposes. Hypothesis for the customer satisfaction (features) and demographic factors; Q6) Please rate the following factors that identify the reasons for choosing Blackberry? smartphones are advanced mobile phones that offer more in the sense of computing abilities and connectivity than a contemporary or standard phone. Smartphones's run complete opeating system software's thus, they can combine the functions of a camera and a personal digital assistant(PDA). A smartphone allows its users the ability to install and operate advanced applications whereas contemporary or standard phones are only able to run minor applications such as java. The Z10 wasn't so special enough BlackBerry saw its devices as fancy, e-mail-enabled mobile phones. Q4) What category of income do you fit into? _______Less than 300 TL _______301 TL - 600 TL _______601 TL - 900 TL _______901 TL - 1200TL _______1201 TL and above A smart phone is basically a phone with multiedia capabilities like camera, video and audio playback , internet, games etc. That's what makes it a smart phone. features RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Assistant Prof. Dr. Bahar Yaşin The research Problem: 'Customer Satisfaction and Customer Loyalty for Blackberry' Competitors of Blackberry what makes smartphones smart? There are actually a lot of competitors for Blackberry; the smart phone market is one of the most competitive market in the world. This has resulted in a significant loss of sales for the company over the years. 2013 Income: Income: Questionnaires: -After customer preferences of mobile phone choice should be considered , Decision ho:The service expectation of customer differs based on grade. h1:The service expectation of customer differs does NOT based on grade - There are basically two different types of companies that compete with Blackberry, the first are the ones that make the devices themselves. The biggest player in this market is now Nokia who build a line of several different smartphones that have become very popular - Other competitors who build the devices would include Samsung and LG. The History of the Blackberry dates back to the founding of RIM in 1984. This technology company that would one day revolutionıze wireless communications was created by 23 year old named Mike Lazaridis. The Sampling Design Process 2)Determine the Sampling Frame: -Sampling frame of our case: List of the students in the Business Administration Faculty of Istanbul University The first blackberry In 1996, the company released the inter@ctive Pager, also known as the RIM900. This two-way pager was the very first Blackberry model, and featured a full qwerty keyboard and small black and white screen -Decision Marital Status: PREQUESTIONNAIRE The Hypothesis Exploratory RD Casual RD Identification & Control of Extraneous Factors Exploratory RD Casual RD Efficiency & Reliability Exploratory RD Casual RD from the loyalty point of view: Marital Status 3) Select a Sampling Technique: Design 5)Execute the Sampling Process: Based on secondary datas we have conducted that the Blackberry's market share for the 3rd Quarter of 2013 is 1,7%. Since we have chosen Istanbul University's Business Administration Faculty as our sampling unit, we have decided to get 1,7% of the total population of the Business Administration Faculty in order to get a more precise result. Business Administration Faculty Total Population : 2771 N: 2771 x 1,7% = 47 Since we have get the 1.7% of the population and made our research narrower based on the market share percentage of Blackberry . We have decided to make our sample size narrower too by getting 1.7% of it also. n=384 x 1,7% = 7 According to quota sampling rules,we should calculate a Quota based on the formula; Quota = n / N= 7 / 47 = 0,15 Grade: 1) Foresight and Innovation The marketing was all wrong Though, I must admit I do agree with one point: marketing. BlackBerry has yet again failed to successfully market the new products…properly. ho:The reputation expectation of customer differs based on gender. h1:The reputation expectation of customer differs does NOT based on gender. hypothesis for the customer satisfaction (price) and demographic factors; For our blackberry case, we have selected to use Quota Sampling. A quota sample a type of non-probability sample in which the researcher selects people according to some fixed quota. That is, units are selected into a sample n the basis of pre-specified characteristics so that the total sample has the same distribution of characteristics assumed to exist in the population being studied. 5) Ignoring the warning signs Gender: Marital status: Generalization Desricptive RD: Single- Cross Cross Sectional

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