4/7 notes CALS 002/085
4/7 notes CALS 002/085 CALS 002
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by HD on Friday April 8, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CALS 002 at University of Vermont taught by Thomas P. DeSisto in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 45 views. For similar materials see Foundation:Information Tech in Calculus and Pre Calculus at University of Vermont.
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Date Created: 04/08/16
4/7/16 Using What We’ve Been Learning in CALS and Beyond Internet Protocol (IP) Address o # assigned to a device Dimensions of learning pyramid image Job Search and Resumes o Remember Your application materials are data about you Think about the person reviewing your materials—what will they be looking for in your application? Don’t just tell a potential employer about your knowledge and skills, show them The purpose of a resume is not to get a job but to get an interview How is ICT used during the job application process? o Networking Process in which you gather and exchange information with contacts who can help you focus your career planning and develop a network to uncover the hidden job market o Search Online databases Career events and fairs listed online Online job advertisements Etc. o Material Development Materials Cover letter Resume List of references Productivity software applications used Word processing Spreadsheets Formatting No template Pre-designed template (stock) Pre- designed template (manipulated) Self designed template o Storage Documents Spreadsheets File folders Major issues with data storage Losing specific experiences and descriptions Losing cover letter, resume, references (either completely or versions of them) o Communication In person Phone Online form Mail Email What’s the message you’re sending? Be specific o Submission Paper Get card stock—better than normal paper Electronic Website form Email o In body or attachment o Follow job posting submission instructions o If there’s no instruction, then use PDF format to avoid formatting issues o Save PDFs so they can be easily IDed o Display ICT Skills o Analyze Resume description examples o Phases in Describing Skills on a Resume Just getting the skill on the resume Incorporating skill into a job description and adding detail Providing specific metrics and details o Do’s and Don’ts of Resumes Do’s Make your name stand out Include clear, consistent contact information Avoid abbreviations List experiences chronologically (most recent at the top) or functionally Include enough information about each experience, be clear and consistent (employer, location, job title, start and end dates) Tailor your materials for the job posting Use strong action verbs Don’ts Tell us why you “liked” your last job Tell us why this new job would be “perfect for you” Use the exact same description for a different experience Include a personal statement if you’re able to attach a cover letter Don’t raise red flags by talking about hobbies Don’t use someone as a reference unless they have agreed o it Send materials without them being reviewed
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