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Details of a Message

Punctuation in a message ranks of high importance as it can change the entire meaning of a message. As shown in the prescribed textbook for COMM11003, on page nine, a message to John shows Gloria, in the first message pining after John; and, in the second, asking him to leave her be. 149 more words

Emotional Intelligence

“Emotional intelligence is a…form of intelligence where you think about emotions, and emotions help you think.” (Mayer, Salovey & Caruso, 2006). Emotional intelligence requires you to be aware of other’s emotional state and situation. 180 more words

Straight Talk on Professional Communication for Transitioning Veterans

Feeling overwhelmed by your civilian job search?

Uncertain of the communication skills you will need as you transition back into the professional civilian world? 


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Assessment 3 - ZAA105

Assessment 3 Criteria Sheet: ZAA105 Assignment Sheet 3

Email Activity: ZAA105 Assignment 3 – Email Exercise

Activity A)

Subject Line: International Student Enrolment Submission

Dear University of Cambridge administration office, 2,143 more words

FYI: Newspapers

Today I responded to FYI from Bury College Library seeking information on our newspaper collection.  I informed them there are still three daily newspapers students can borrow on a daily basis.   52 more words

Unstructured Non-accredited (non-formal)

I visited Trinity College Library today to collect an inter library loan.  When I was collecting my loan I happened to meet the Trinity College Film Librarian Terry McDonald.   62 more words

Unstructured Non-accredited (non-formal)

Items students borrow at Library Information Desks

I replied to an email forwarded on to me about by colleague Alex Kouker. The email was part of news feed. It related to a request from a library staff member in the University of Edinburgh. 73 more words

Unstructured Non-accredited (non-formal)