1. Bastard Assignments at Fred's


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    Bastard Assignments, At your place; episode 3, Fred's flat. 30 October 2014 - Featuring the Hermes Experiment Video shot and edited by Noah Broad. Sound by Fred Feeney Pieces on the night by: Louis D'Heudieres Edward Henderson Fred Feeney Timothy Cape Andy Ingamells Niall McCamley installation by Caitlin Rowley. "Bastard Assignments : At your place" is an event series re-appropriating houses, flats, basements and balconies all over London to create a series of super-intimate, informal, experimental performance events. bastardassignments.com facebook.com/bastardassignments @bastardevents

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    • BA_2


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      Bastard Assignments, 30 October 2014

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      • Composing for Film and Television 2014-15 assignment 02 Jude Kuzma


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        This is my second assignment for Composing for Film and Television, HND Music Production Year 2, NWRC Derry. Jude Kuzma

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        • Week 6 Group Discussion About Arts


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          This is an assignment for week 6, cel listening and speaking, first semester.

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          • Hootsuite Assignments, Video Animation


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            Hootsuite helps many companies around the world manage their social media programs across multiple social networks from one integrated dashboard. We were requested to create the video for the Assignments feature launch. --- Client: Hootsuite Gámomo: Creative Direction – Kenji Rodríguez-Tanamachi Concept Art – Kenji Rodriguez-Tanamachi, Efrain Perez Design – Kenji Rodríguez-Tanamachi, Efraín Pérez Animation – Kenji Rodriguez-Tanamachi, Efrain Perez Music: Bear Mountain, Congo, XO --- http://hootsuite.com

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            • Meet Canvas Commons


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              Meet Commons! Commons is a new way for educators to collaborate, share, and find the best educational resources available within Canvas. On Commons you’ll be able to share Courses, Assessments, and Activities created in Canvas with other educators as well as find and import other learning resources into your own Canvas courses. Canvas is excited to be introducing this new resource so that the educators can join a community of creators looking to build and share amazing content.

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              • The HUB: Homework Assignments


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                See how the HUB is being implemented to give homework assignments to the students.

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                • EdExPlusV2.2


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                  EdExPlus is total Education Management System which focuses all of the core functions in a school or institution. The solution is developed for next generation education institutes which provide education services with a more collaborative, and close relationship approach between the teacher, student, and parent(s) using cutting edge technology.

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                  • Removing a Job Function


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                    Learn how to remove a job function from a user. More information about IDM365 can be found on www.idm365.com. When a user will no longer be performing certain assignments, the job function associated with those assignments should be removed from their account to prevent unauthorized access. To remove a job function from a user, find the user by typing their name or ID into the search bar. Click the line showing the user and select Remove a Job Function. Their profile card will open to the Job Function tab. Select the job function that needs to be removed, and then click the Remove button. Enter a reason why the job function is being removed. For security purposes, User Managers, Super Users and Administrators will have the option to “bypass approval workflow”, which will remove the job function immediately from the user regardless of whether it’s been set to require executive approval before removing it. To finish removing the job function, click Remove, and then click OK to confirm.

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                    • Managing a User's Job Functions


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                      Learn how to manage the job functions assigned to a user. More information about IDM365 can be found on www.idm365.com. The job functions assigned to a user control their access permissions. These can be managed on the user's profile card. To manage a user's job functions, type their name or ID into the search field. Click the line showing the user and select Manage Job Functions to open their profile card to that section. If the user’s profile card is already open, simply click on the job functions tab to open it. The user's current job functions will be listed with their status next to them. To see the assignment details of an existing job function, select it from the list. The start and expiry dates for most job functions can be changed by clicking on the link beside it and using the date picker. More information about the job function itself and its approval workflow can be seen by clicking ‘See Details’. Regular job functions can be removed by selecting them and clicking ‘Remove’. However, basic job functions may be added automatically based on the user’s attributes. These basic job functions, often needed for login access, cannot be removed manually. If they need to be removed along with all other access, the user should be disabled or terminated instead. Finally, click ‘Add a New Job Function’ to see the job functions available to the user if they require more access.

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