Session 2: B of A Case Study Questions
1. What are the core business processes1 (i.e. high level; major business and
financial services) performed at Bank of America as part of its product and
Core Bank of America Business Process:
Session 11: FF and WGD Case Study Questions
The simple system diagram below may be used to answer the following questions. Apply your
own common sense and knowledge of retail processes. Be specific about the items of
information, where they are captured,
Virtual team Exercise 6 Networks student version
Networks Exercise: #1
You are Northeastern University and you need to connect your
students to the institutions Learning Management platform (a.k.a.
Blackboard). Please answer the following questions.
Session 6: Big Data Case Study Questions
1. In each of the examples cited above, what drove the need to collect and analyze
Drivers for Data Collection and Analysis
Session 9: UPS Case Study Questions
What sorts of information are required to transact, manage and innovate at UPS
and from which UPS information systems is this information drawn?
Level of Information Use
The presentation provides an opportunity to develop and share your own ideas
with the class. Each student will participate in one presentation during the semester
as part of a small group.
The point of the presentation is to tell the c
The Economics of
What Are Museums?
According to the American Association of Museums,
their common denominator is making a unique
contribution to the public by collecting, preserving,
and interpreting the things of this world.
*You are responsible for anything covered in class:
lectures, screenings, and the student presentation.
You are only responsible for aspects of readings that I
reinforced in class. Specific topics include:
Terminology from Hickman and Bordwel
1) What are some reasons that silent films
were almost always accompanied by
2) What were three basic approaches to
scoring films in the silent era?
3) What is a cue sheet? What is a
(1920; 19 mins)
What were some innovative uses of
sound in Blackmail?
What were some sound-related
problems that arose in the making of
the film, and how did Hitchcock deal
THE CLASSICAL (or GOLDEN)
HOLLYWOOD ERA (c. 1935-59)
Movies in t
Properties of musical sound
3) color (timbre)
range (how high, how low)
contour (melodic shape)
intervals (distance between pitches)
motive (short melodic unit-Jaws, for ex.)
What was general historical timeline for
the invention of recorded sound, the
invention of the sound film, and the
commercial arrival of the sound film?
What were some technical issues that
delayed the commercial arrival of the
The early sound film
Milestones in recorded sound
1860: first recording on the human voice
1870s-80s: development of the phonograph
Impetus for the sound film
The early s
The Great Train Robbery
(1903; 12 mins)
Directed by Edwin S. Porter
Important film from early silent era
Questions to address today:
Why is music used in movies?
When was the silent era?
How did movies evolve during the
How did film musi
I Want My MTV
How did you do on the exam?
(1) Fully met my expectations
(2) Met my expectations
(3) Met my expectations somewhat
(4) Did NOT meet my expectations
I Want My MTV?
Is MTV is an important aspect of rock music hist
Are you a baseball fan?
(1)Yes, and Im a Red Sox fan
(2)Yes, and Im a Yankees fan
(3)Yes, and Im a fan of another team
(4)No, I dont like baseball
How does Bruce Springsteens Born in the U.S.A. demonstrate his image of a working-c
Punk, and New Wave
Chapter 5 Review Question
All of the following are typical of 1960s garage bands, EXCEPT:
(1) Releasing records in regional markets
(2) Rehearsing in basements or garages
(3) Signing with major reco
American Response to the
American Popular Music Styles
Rockabilly pop: The Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison, Ricky Nelson (ch.3)
Teen idol pop: Neil Sadaka, Bobby Darin, Fabian, Annette Funicello (ch.3)
Which of the following performed folk rock songs?
A. The Mamas and the Papas
B. The Turtles
C. The Byrds
D. All of the above
The album Pet Sounds by the Beach Boys is considered
rock/pop musics first:
A. Stereo recording
(register through Blackboard)
RF Card Channel: 52
Session ID: rock
Multiple Choice Question: How many responses are
required to receive attendance credit? 1, 2, 3, or 4?
Question 2: Compare and contrast the rise to prominence of The Beatles from The Rolling
Discovering their similarities and differences at the initial periods, we find both of them
originated in England in the 1960s, so let us consider the similari
Q3. What role does sexuality play in 1980s music and videos?
Answer: Attracting more attentions from the audience, the sexuality was used into the music and
video in 1980s, with the more efficient and effective role to convey the messages to the
Q4: Describe Britpop style and it's origins. Who were the most important groups? How did
Radiohead fit and not fit into this category?
Britpop, one of the most popular alternative rock, is originally from UK in the early 1990s,
especially some groups in C
Question 2: How does the album Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys represent a new songwriting
approach for the group and pop music? Describe both the American and British influences to
Up to now, the Pet Sounds can be thought as one of the most infl