Challenge : The lack of traceability for food products and the effect on human h

Challenge : The lack of traceability for food products and the effect on human health ,safety and Food Sustainability
Description : Food Traceability is a major requirement in the food supply chain. With the continuous regulations and data requirements from numerous entities. furthermore, the need of transparency is an essential need in the food market. therefore, the lack of traceability would compromise many aspects of food products; such as , origin, safety, type of process , and more.
To structure a Business Plan on the issue of Food Traceability on the health, Safety and Sustainability. with the following structure :
Problem Statement
History of Prior Solutions
Description of Your Solution :
1. Feasibility
2. Viability
3. Desirability
Market Assessment
Market Needs (via interviews)
Market Competition
Potential Customers
Market Sizing

so the script needs to be 10 mins long and the video is on detailing the impact

so the script needs to be 10 mins long and the video is on detailing the impact
of a recent scientific and technological piece of agricultural equipment. I would prefer you to pick a piece of equipment where there is plenty of video of it being used on the internet as this is what ill be using for my video and also if you could find video of the piece of technology or equipment that would be needed very much so.

To write about why marijuana isn’t a problem but an opportunity for people. desc

To write about why marijuana isn’t a problem but an opportunity for people.
describe the problem
— argue that the existence and significance of the problem deserves serious scrutiny
— emphasize the underlying causes of the problem and any new causes that you see
4 sources, each of which must be cited in the body of your paper
— 3-4 pages in MLA format
— your paper, the Works Cited, and in-text citations in MLA format

Writing prompt: Reflect on this unit’s content. It may be familiar or it might b

Writing prompt:
Reflect on this unit’s content. It may be familiar or it might be one of the most challenging, as many of the ideas run counter to what we are taught in school, in our communities, and at home. You might strongly disagree with the content or you might feel like you had a Plato’s Cave moment or some of both. Feel free to share your thoughts as candidly as you want. A strong reflection will show that you have read through the PowerPoint carefully and thoughtfully and have done all the reading/video assignments.

basically, it is a group assignment where we have been given a farm business in

basically, it is a group assignment where we have been given a farm business in the local area Malton and we have been tasked with what new things can be added to the business from a marketing point of view we have split the assignment up between the team and one of the new ideas is to renovate the farm buildings into Air BnBs one being a grade 2 listed building so keep that in mind and renting one of the barns for venues such as parties for weddings or birthdays I would need gross margins to be produced for these two enterprises alwell as what the brief is asking to show to my team as the work that I’m commissioning is just one aspect of the assignment. also to help you on why you would market these enterprises one major key factor is that the farm is situated just up the road from Castle Howard. the farm is on appleton street malton, there will be more info on the files I am providing. please keep in regular contact with me if you have more questions about the assignment. I have also attach previous reports that has been doe on this assignment to give you a feel on how to write it and what marketing jargon that needs to be included. the word count that has been allocated each member of the group is 900-1000 but im paying for 1500 if you wish to write upto that limit. I will also encase photes of the buildings of the farm where the AIR bnbs will be and the events venue.

To write about why marijuana isn’t a problem but an opportunity for people. desc

To write about why marijuana isn’t a problem but an opportunity for people.
describe the problem
— argue that the existence and significance of the problem deserves serious scrutiny
— emphasize the underlying causes of the problem and any new causes that you see
4 sources, each of which must be cited in the body of your paper
— 3-4 pages in MLA format
— your paper, the Works Cited, and in-text citations in MLA format

Your first paragraph should be on two chapters from Daniel Pinchbeck, “Possessio

Your first paragraph should be on two chapters from Daniel Pinchbeck, “Possession Trance”, “The Money Problem”, “Power and Leadership”, “Conclusion and Action Plan”, Ch. 11-Fin
Your second paragraph should be on Stephanie Kaza, “The Greening of Buddhism: Promise and Perils”, or Fukuoka, The One-Straw Revolution Part I (with preface by Wendell Berry).
As usual, a satisfactory DF contribution will include 2 paragraphs of minimum 8 lines each on two assigned materials, some substantive engagement with the professor’s lecture in each paragraph, as well as one substantive reply to a student peer of minimum 4 lines. Consult Discussion Forum 1 for reminders.
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Safe Use of Health Information Technology Instructions Visit The Joint Commissio

Safe Use of Health Information Technology Instructions
Visit The Joint Commission website to listen to the Podcast on Safe Use of Health Information Technology (Links to an external site.)
(Podcast Title–Take 5: Safe Use of Health Information Technology). For closed captioning, visit: https://seminolestate.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=41466877-4246-4bd0-8b25-9bcccc6fcce6
Safe Use of Health IT (Links to an external site.)
After reading chapter 11, listening to the podcast, reading Sentinel Event 54 and other resources you may find on your own, answer the following questions. Remember to cite additional resources using APA format including the web address. I have already formatted the resources in APA. Please read the instructions first, so you will know how to use them References Listed in APA 7th Edition Style for Course Assignments.docx Download References Listed in APA 7th Edition Style for Course Assignments.docx
What are some risks of health information technology?
What are some factors that impact or influence the safe use of health information technology?
What is the role of the HIM professional in the safe use of HI technology?
Secondly, respond to the discussion post of another student.
Your response should address what the student wrote, what’s different or alike from your posting – in other words, something substantial that shows you understand this assignment. Your reply should not consist of agreement with their post.

It’s time to start thinking about the final essays. First of all, read carefully

It’s time to start thinking about the final essays. First of all, read carefully the document “How to Write an Essay for this Class.”
This upload link is the place to upload your prospectus. It is ideally due to give you, and your professor, time to work out the details. Just don’t leave the prospectus until the week the essay itself is due, or there won’t be time for dialing-in/refining, and the absence of that process will likely show in the grade. Before you attempt the prospectus, the most important first step is choosing your primary sources and secondary sources. Everything hinges on making good selections here and learning research skills. Come to the Extra Credit Zoom Discussion for more info, and suggestions, and visit office hours asap.
Your primary sources can be already assigned in the course, either the coursepack readings or the assigned books, or they can be on special interest research topics (reach out with brainstorms and for instructor assistance if you want to go this route). Some of the best options from the coursepack for this type of assignment include: Wendell Berry, Inanna or Demeter as agricultural goddesses, Robert Tindall, Lynn White / Michael Northcott, Bynum Walker, Martín Prechtel and Popul Vuh, Emerson, Heidegger, Claxton, Foltz, or Latour. Chapters from the Pollan, Pinchbeck, and Parkes books could also be the basis of an essay. If you choose a coursepack or other assigned reading, the next step is hone in particular topics and themes are raised in that reading with relevance for our course theme: food, farming, the sacred. From this point, you’ll need to do additional research and find secondary sources. These can be authors and texts engaged with in your primary sources, and other relevant research by the same author or other authors on your chosen topics and themes. For example, if you want to a Wendell Berry essay, you can find a PDF of the whole book, or check out his Unsettling of America book, and other articles written about Wendell Berry on farming and religion, etc. Or, if you want to focus on Claxton/ecofeminism, you can then find other articles relevant for food/farming/sacred from an ecofeminist perspectives. Or, if you want to focus Heidegger, you can find other essays on Heidegger relevant to our course themes, and relevant scholarship in the area of Heidegger and environmentalism, etc. Exactly what aspects of your primary sources you will use to spring board into which secondary sources takes some research.
Note: it is also find to develop your initial idea for the essay and prospectus from out of a RR or discussion post you’ve already done, on a reading you’d like to explore in much more detail.
What is the prospectus? The Prospectus is a one to two page document that must include your working title/topic, main thesis, bullet outline of secondary theses and other major points (falling under each category of the analytic essay format, i.e. Introduction, Summary, Interpretation/Critique, and Conclusion), and a Works Cited that clearly identifies your primary sources & secondary (and any tertiary) sources.
See the instruction document for more on recognizing valid primary vs. secondary vs tertiary sources. I am not that concerned with formatting for your prospectus. I’m more concerned that the prospectus show evidence of careful digestion of the “How to…” manual, and is something doable and advisable within the guidelines.
In order to complete the prospectus you need get clearance with your instructor by email or office hours regarding your: a. topic; b. primary and secondary sources. I’m happy to brainstorm the selection process with you as well, but that only works well during office hours (email is too much back and forth). So everyone, do your best to visit office hours re. topic and source selections and getting approval this week or next week at the latest.
Full disclosure Postscript: the requirement that student’s complete a formal essay to fulfill the university-wide GE writing requirements for all HRS classes is a department-level decision from the curriculum review committee. Previously, I assigned 6 RR’s, which I consider semi-formal writing to fulfill this requirement and believed that to be sufficient. In my opinion, more formal essays like the following are best assigned in WI, or Writing Intensive classes. Otherwise, students complain it’s not a WI class so why do they have to do a formal essay. In fact, many classes that are not WI-classes do require formal essays, but it’s usually up to the discretion of the instructor, since there are other ways to fulfill the university-wide writing and analysis guidelines for GE courses. Unfortunately, it’s not up to me this round as I’ve been instructed that a formal essay must be part of the assessment structure. Not ideal, I agree, but let’s try to make the most of it, and write awesome essays and learn a lot anyway.
BOOKS TO USE
Welcome to Food, Farming, and the Sacred. Just a quick announcement here re. required texts. Other than the coursepack (downloadable all at once on my website, or week by week in the module), you’ll need:
1.Berry, Wendell. Bringing it to the Table: Food and Farming. Counterpoint, 2009. ISBN: 9781582435435
2. Pollan, Michael. The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals. Penguin, 2007. ISBN: 9780143038580
3. Pinchbeck, Daniel. How Soon is Now: A Handbook for Global Change. Penguin Random House, 2018. ISBN:9781786780867.
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