Monthly Archives: September 2012

Research Design Observation Plan

To conduct a good paper I need supporting information. I plan to start here on campus where I can attend the ECU Veterans Society. This program is to help serve veterans and family members of veterans with adjusting to campus life. … Continue reading

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Synchronous Vs. Asynchronous

In today’s society there are many means of communication. Two of the more common ways are synchronous and asynchronous. Communicating in a synchronous manner means face to face or sitting in a class room. For most students this is how … Continue reading

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Research Design Plan Revised

Being  involved is essential to everyday life. I am an active member in almost every community I belong to. I was active in my highschool, church, Carteret County, and now I am involved in my newest community, East Carolina University. As … Continue reading

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Research Design Plan

Is there ever a day that goes by where the average college student does not have to worry? There are the simple things like what you’re going to wear tomorrow, or maybe you forgot to do a homework assignment. College … Continue reading

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Introduction Letter to Student

Hello, my name is Tristan Briggs. I am currently a freshman at East Carolina University. I intend on becoming a nurse but that is always subject to change. I come from a big family with three sisters and one is … Continue reading

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Researching Communities

In my previous blog, I talked about the several different communities I belong to. I failed to mention the newest community that I am a part of, East Carolina University, in Greenville NC. I am so glad I chose to attend … Continue reading

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Becoming an Advocate

Part I : What is an advocate? An advocate is a person who speaks or writes in support or defense of another person or cause. There are two distinct moods of advocacy. The first is an aggressive advocate, someone who is … Continue reading

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