Reopening campus performance arts centers

As institutions develop plans to reactivate their campuses in meaningful ways, they must consider specialized academic units that require deliberate face-to-face and hands-on learning to accomplish proficiency in academic training. Performing arts disciplines, specifically theatrical arts, are highly specialized areas of study that have in-person needs for a large part of the curriculum. Without access to traditional forms of teaching and learning, there will be a significant impact on successful outcomes for these future practitioners.

The theater craft is learned through a variety of settings, from the classroom with an open floor space used for movement, acting, or stage combat classes, to the scenic, prop, paint, and costume shops; rehearsal halls; and even the theater itself outside of public performances. Live productions, which offer students the opportunity to hone their skills with true audience feedback, currently pose health risks for students and faculty.

 

A performance hall wrapped in wood wrapped at the University of Nevada, Reno.University of Nevada, Reno University Arts Building

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VoIP Equipment Market Latest Advancements, Business Developments and Future Scope 2020 to 2026

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Sep 16, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The VoIP Equipment Market report provides a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists and competitive analysis of the VoIP Equipment Market. It provides the VoIP Equipment industry overview with the growth analyzes the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on futuristic cost, revenue, and many other aspects. The research analysts provide an elaborate description of the value chain and its distributor analysis. This VoIP Equipment study provides comprehensive data that enhances the understanding, scope, and application of this report.

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The report presents the market competitive landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major vendor/key players in the market. Top Companies in the Global VoIP Equipment Market: Polycom, Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO), Toshiba, Grandstream Networks, Panasonic, Huawei, Ericsson (NASDAQ:

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DATA Communications Management Corp. Announces CEO to Resume Full-time Duties

DATA Communications Management Corp. (“DCM” or the “Company“)(TSX:DCM), a leading provider of marketing and business communications solutions to companies across North America, today announced Gregory Cochrane, DCM’s Chief Executive Officer, is expected to resume his full-time responsibilities effective September 30, 2020, following a temporary medical leave of absence.

“We are very pleased that Greg will be returning to his full-time responsibilities,” said J.R. Kingsley Ward, Chairman of DCM’s board of directors. “His focus will continue to be on leading our future direction, continuing on the path he set out building a leading business and marketing solutions provider in the Canadian market.”

About DCM

DCM is a communication solutions partner that adds value for major companies across North America by creating more meaningful connections with their customers. DCM pairs customer insights and thought leadership with cutting edge products, modular enabling technology and services to power its clients’

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Another Minority Health Disparity: Patient Matching

WASHINGTON — Here’s a health disparity laid bare by COVID-19 that you might not have expected: patient matching — identification and linking of one patient’s data within and across health systems — is worse for minorities and underserved groups.

A recent survey by OCHIN (formerly the Oregon Community Health Information Network), a national non-profit health information technology provider for 500 care delivery sites, found that:

  • Black patients make up 13% of OCHIN’s population and 21% of duplicate records, almost twice the expected rate
  • Hispanic/Latino patients make up 21% of the population that OCHIN serves, yet they make up 35% of the duplications, for almost twice the expected rate
  • 3% of OCHIN patients have experienced homelessness, but they account for 12% of mismatches and duplicates, or almost three times the expected rate

In addition, Black patients were 2.5 times more likely than non-Hispanic white patients to have a COVID-19 diagnosis in

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Carole Baskin Reacts to Missing Husband’s Family’s Commercial

A positive spin. Carole Baskin hopes Don Lewis‘ family is able to find answers about his whereabouts after they aired a commercial during the premiere of Dancing With the Stars.

The animal rights activist, 59, made her ballroom debut on the ABC competition show on Monday, September 14, but was met with pushback from her former husband’s family. During the two-hour episode, an ad featuring Lewis’ daughters, Gale, Lynda and Donna, his attorney, John Phillips, and his former assistant, Anne McQueen, asked for help finding out more about the millionaire’s disappearance. The family offered a $100,000 reward for any information about the case.

Carole Baskin Thinks Missing Husband Don Lewis Family Commercial During DWTS Was Wonderful
Don Lewis’ family’s commercial during ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Law Offices of Phillips & Hunt via YouTube

On Thursday, September 17, Baskin told TMZ that she thought the commercial was “wonderful,” despite suspicion that she might have had something to do with Lewis

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Ocean Protocol Developers to Build Bridge between their Marketplace and Energy Web Decentralized Operating System

The developers of Ocean Protocol, which allows software engineers to build marketplaces and other apps to privately and securely publish, exchange, and consume data, will be creating a “bridge” between the Energy Web Decentralized Operating System (EW-DOS) and Ocean’s data marketplaces.

As mentioned in a release, customers, vendors, and grid operators will be able to send power telemetry data from distributed energy resources (DERs) to Ocean, allowing data monetization for users and Ocean marketplaces. Ocean’s artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) algorithms will be running various analytics programs, in order to identify or uncover energy generation and consumption patterns that can inform improved renewable energy grid integration and Internet of Things (IoT) device optimization for DERs.

Razvan Olteanu, COO at Ocean Protocol stated:

“We’re leveraging Ocean v3 Datatokens to tokenize power telemetry data from Energy Web devices, thereby creating an opportunity for these tokens to be used as

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seo – using rss to create backlinks

If I syndicate my RSS feed on other websites (ie, they agree to post my RSS feed of articles on their website) will those pages get indexed and count as backlinks? Can anyone show evidence.

I thought this was good idea to provide articles with links in article in anchor text but heard that google does not index rss feeds.

can we get a discussion going on this to shed light and learn something

Also is exchanging articles (with your links in article to your website) beneficial. Exchanging plain links is worthless, but what about articles? Is it worth extra effort to exchange articles on 3 way strategy

Feed submission is one technique that you can use to increase your backlinks and your link popularity. Even if duplicate content is created and all the new links will not be as valuable as the ones in the first unique article will

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Long blog on raw points earns a place in Malaysia Books of Records



Tarō Kōno, Dina Nina Martinez holding a sign posing for the camera: Roar Point Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Long Yun Siang (centre) and Roar Point Sdn Bhd chief operating officer Ng Wan Hoon receiving his award from a Malaysia Book of Records representative (left).


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Roar Point Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Long Yun Siang (centre) and Roar Point Sdn Bhd chief operating officer Ng Wan Hoon receiving his award from a Malaysia Book of Records representative (left).

KUALA LUMPUR: When Long Yun Siang, chief executive officer of brand consultancy firm Roar Point Sdn Bhd, decided to start a blog on Valentine’s Day in 2011, it was intended to be a voice for people in the industry.

Long has since been so prolific with his blog that he was recently recognised by the Malaysia Book of Records as being the “Longest Running Business Blog”.

Quoting Nietzsche, asking straightforward questions and challenging conventional dogma, Long has been relentlessly working on his blog for every single working day since he began in 2011.

“I don’t think I am a writer. I write to think. Writing clarifies my thoughts and makes me

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Promoting IT sector to make TN as hub of South Asia: Govt



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Tamil Nadu was actively promoting the Information Technology sector with the objective of making it an Information and Communication Technology hub of South Asia, state minister R B Udhayakumar said here on Tuesday.

The state was creating an ecosystem thereby leveraging entrepreneurship and was promoting a socially inclusive growth to achieve 25 per cent share in the domestic ICT industry, the minister for revenue and disaster management and information technology said at the 19th edition of Connect 2020 organised by CII Tamil Nadu.

Listing out some investments received in the ICT sector, he said during the second edition of Global Investors Meet in January 2019, the state signed Memorandum of Understandings with various companies worth Rs 11,974 crore in the IT sector.

“The Government of Tamil Nadu is activelypromoting Information Technologyin the State with the objective of becoming the ICT hub of South Asia by

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EDF, NASA, DRI, Google announce web application to transform water management in the West

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IMAGE: Developed through a unique public-private partnership, the OpenET platform will make satellite-based data on evapotranspiration — a key water metric — widely accessible to farmers, landowners, and water managers.
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(SACRAMENTO, CA — Sept. 15, 2020) The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), NASA, the Desert Research Institute (DRI), and Google announced plans today to develop a new web application called OpenET to enable western U.S. farmers and water managers to accurately track water consumption by crops and other vegetation using data from satellites and weather stations.

OpenET will fill a critical information gap in water management in the West. Today, access to accurate, timely satellite-based data on the amount of water used to grow food is fragmented and often expensive, keeping it out of the hands of many farmers and decision-makers. Water supplies in the western U.S. are critical to the health of our communities, food supply

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