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(Computer Science) a document that has been or will be transcribed to a word processor or to the memory bank of a computer
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Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics John Young would like to draw everyone's attention to the AT&L Source Document. This document seeks to provide the acquisition team a foundational set of principles for how AT&L runs its business.
It sure would save time--and reduce the likelihood of errors--if someone could read the numbers aloud as I compare them with a source document. But because I'm a sole practitioner, rarely can I arrange that.
The audit manual suggests (but does not require) that source document verification exists for miles/kilometers for at least three representative quarters.
That mirror would, then, be the source document for distributions to all branch locations.
The advanced capabilities of a power search are not available to SourceDocs subscribers, but that may not be a problem if the primary concern is bringing up a specific source document by citation.
A word cloud is a fun way to visualize the key ideas in a primary source document. Students can copy and paste the text into word cloud software such as Wordle <http://www.wordle.net/> or Tagxedo <http://www.tagxedo.com/>.
The ability to click on a transaction in a report with a mouse and see the underlying source document (called "drilling down") is becoming a standard feature in Windows accounting packages.
"Stowage of the British slave ship Brookes" infographic, first published in 1788 by British abolitionists, is an excellent way to engage youth in a fascinating primary source document. Use the document to generate questions about the use of slave ships and the slave experience.
In order to provide a primary source document, Morton (humanities, Mount Royal College, Calgary) presents an English translation of the complete original documents of the trial as they exist in the archive or occasionally as they can be reconstructed from other sources.
This unit is divided into four sections: (1) "Introduction"; (2) "Lesson 1: Freedmen's Bureau: Labor Contract or Re-enslavement?" (one primary source document); (3) Lesson 2: Constitutional Convention 1875: Photographs as Historical Documents" (Photograph List of Names; three photograph source documents); and (4) "Lesson 3: Alabama Railroads: Maps as Historical Documents" (General Guidelines for Analyzing a Map; one primary source document).
This unit is divided into 11 sections: (1) "Introduction"; (2) "Lesson 1: Political Cartoons" (nine primary source documents); (3) "Lesson 2: Production and Propaganda" (three primary source documents); (4) "Lesson 3: WACS Women in the War" (eight primary source documents); (5) "Lesson 4: Needs of a Soldier" (two primary source documents); (6) "Lesson 5: German Prisoners in Alabama" (five primary source documents); (7) "Lesson 6: Home Front 'Use It Up, Wear It Out, Make It Do or Do Without!'" (five primary source documents); (8) "Lesson 7: Sacrifice and Service at Home" (eight primary source documents); (9) "Lesson 8: VE Day" (one primary source document); (10) "General Guidelines for Analyzing a Document"; and (11) "General Guidelines for Analyzing a Photograph." (BT)
This unit is divided into seven sections: (1) "Introduction"; (2) "Lesson 1: "...we are in need." (three primary source documents and transcriptions); (3) "Lesson 2: "...a delegation of citizens" (one primary source document); (4)"Lesson 3: A Helping Hand" (one primary source document); (5) "Lesson 4: Relief!" (one primary source document); (6) "Lesson 5: STRIKE!" (four primary source documents); and (7) "Lesson 6: Spelling 'Help' in a New Way" (16 primary source documents).