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Academy Award An award given annually in the United States by the voting Ethical business ethics and anglo american of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for excellence in motion picture performance and production.
To qualify, a film must have opened in Los Angeles during the preceding calendar year. Nominees are announced in advance and the ceremony, hosted by a celebrity, is televised nationally. Awards are given in seven major categories: Awards are also given for animated and short film s.
Also called an "Oscar" for the nickname given to the golden trophy statuette received by each winner. The Internet Movie Database provides a summary of past award winners. Click here to connect to the official Academy Awards Web site. Academy format for silent film had an aspect ratio of 4: When sound film was introduced, the format changed to 1.
Synonymous with Academy aperture. Academy of Certified Archivists ACA Founded in at the annual meeting of the Society of American ArchivistsACA is an independent, nonprofit professional organization that certifies individuals who meet specific standards and requirements for archival education, knowledgeand experience.
To become a Certified Archivistapplicants must pass an examination given annually in conjunction with the annual meeting of the SAA and simultaneously at several announced sites and petitioned sites in the United States and Canada.
Click here to connect to the ACA homepage. According to the Society of American Archivistssuch tests are often based on the Arrhenius function, which assumes that materials age in a predictable manner relative to temperature. However, such tests may be of limited usefulness because degree of permanence is influenced by conditions of storage, which vary widely.
Also, empirical verification of the accuracy of accelerated aging tests requires experiments conducted over a number of years.
In most libraries, a printed copy of acceptable use policy is posted near the workstation s to which restrictions apply. Some libraries make their policy statement available electronically at log onand users may be required assent by clicking on a small box or icon before access is granted.
Synonymous with Internet use policy. All public libraries and most academic libraries in the United States are open to the general public, but access to certain areas such as closed stacksrare book s, and special collections may be restricted.
In a more general sense, the right or opportunity to use a resource that may not be openly and freely available to everyone.
In computing, the privilege of using a computer system or online resource, usually controlled by the issuance of access code s to authorized users. In a more general sense, the ability of a user to reach data stored on a computer or computer system. In most proprietary systems, access codes are tightly controlled to exclude un authorized users.
Synonymous with authorization code. Similarly, a copy of a photograph or other document made in any format for normal daily use, to protect the original from wear and accidental damage.
Synonymous with use copy. Also, a digital objecttypically a graphic image, scaled down from a high quality original to a lower quality often smaller version to facilitate transmission over network s of low bandwidth. In a more general sense, the quality of being able to be located and used by a person.
In the Web environment, the quality of being usable by everyone regardless of disability. In information storage and retrievalthe manner in which a computer system retrieves record s from a filewhich usually depends on the method of their arrangement in or on the storage medium. In automated librariesthe addition is usually recorded by enhancing a brief order record that is expanded in cataloging to become the full bibliographic record entered permanently in the catalog.
Also refers to the material added. The process of making additions to a collection is known as accessions. The opposite of deaccession. In archivesthe formal act of accepting and documenting the receipt of records taken into custodypart of the process of establishing physical and intellectual control over them.
In the case of donated items, a deed of gift may be required to transfer legal title.Gifts In Psychotherapy & Counseling Ethics, Cultural and Standard of Care Considerations.
By Ofer Zur, Ph.D. An Online Course: Gifts in Psychotherapy: Ethical and Clinical Considerations. Below is a list of case studies from Business Case Studies organised by Topic where we have teaching resources available.
Choose your sub topic by clicking the arrowed links below your selected business studies topic heading. Ethical Behavior: Primark and Anglo-American Ethical business behavior and the costs and benefits for a company behaving ethically In recent times there has been an emphasis on following business ethics, as it is believed to have an impact on the way business is run and how its prospects turn out.
Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years. We have now placed Twitpic in an archived state. A biography of Baruch Spinoza; Ethics of Spinoza; interpretations of Spinoza.
Leibniz judged Spinoza to be an outstanding microscopist. However, the German philosopher awarded the major honours to three other men, namely Jan Swammerdam, Marcello Malpighi, and Antony van Leeuwenhoek (). Business ethics and corporate social responsibility An Anglo American case study Below is a list of Business Case Studies case studies organised alphabetically by company.