computer-based love

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  • The latest federal data show enrollment in computer-based distance learning grew from 317,070 in the 2003 academic year to 506,950 in 2005 among public schools.

    GWU launches online prep school

  • Although it is routine in federal litigation to mandate such disclosure for any scientific or computer-based evidence, it is novel in RIAA litigation, since the courts have generally bent the rules for the RIAA, in view of the weak or nonexistent legal representation of defendants.

    RIAA, MediaSentry: put up, or shut up

  • By dramatically shifting the bias towards younger grades, we can keep the number of teachers constant, and explore "inhuman" (computer-based learning, games - 1: 1 and massively multi-player games, etc.) approaches to learning support for older students.

    Students

  • "Official and independent analysts said Iran's uranium enrichment program is performing consistently, signaling its recovery following a temporary suspension in late 2010 and a possible computer-based strike, Reuters reported yesterday."

    Morning Bits

  • Sifma said transaction taxes would amount to "increase costs for all participants … without addressing any of the concerns that have been raised regarding electronic or computer-based trading."

    Wall Street Group Puts Up Defense of High-Frequency Trading

  • "Any further regulatory initiatives aimed at addressing these perceived concerns should also recognize the benefits to investors and the markets of computer-based trading and seek to preserve them," Sifma said.

    Wall Street Group Puts Up Defense of High-Frequency Trading

  • Individual investors have benefited from lower costs and more liquidity as a result of computer-based trading, according to Sifma.

    Wall Street Group Puts Up Defense of High-Frequency Trading

  • "We think there are a range of computer-based trading strategies and our objective with this paper is to focus on behaviors that are disruptive, and not necessarily focus on the speed of trading."

    Wall Street Group Puts Up Defense of High-Frequency Trading

  • Stop working so hard and start being a better student by leveraging computer-based tools to your advantage.

    Use Better Tools To Be A Better Student In 2010 | Lifehacker Australia

  • But Mr. Angelastri had decades of experience with computers after converting to a computer-based cash register in 1990.

    Hackers Shift Attacks to Small Firms

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