Research and then post your ideas on the following topic:
Should keyboard monitoring software ever be used? If so, when? You are also responsible to respond to another classmate's posting.
5 - 4pts ~ Discussion posting was the student's original thought based on research and consisting of two to three well developed paragraphs. Student used correct grammar and spelling. The student thoroughly addressed the discussion question; including giving references to backup ideas on the subject matter. Student responded to another classmates' posting comprised of substantive, which means they responded thoughtfully, adding ideas and extending the conversations.
3 - 2pts ~ Discussion posting was not well thought-out and were only a few sentences. Spelling and grammar errors. Did not include ideas around the reading material or other research on the discussion topic. No references were used to support ideas. Student did not respond to another student's posting thoughtfully - did not post thoughts and ideas on what student posted. If you agree with the posting indicated why.
1 - 0pts ~ Discussion posting was not complete: no references were used to back up ideas, grammar and spelling errors, only a few sentences that did not address the discussion topic. Did not respond to another student's posting.
Explanation & Answer
In my view, keyboard monitoring programs should be used. Such programs keep a log of
all the activities that took place in the computer. In any organization, time management is a
critical goal. The managers’ aim at monitoring employees to ensure that they remain engaged in
their work, and avoid wastage of time. Social media...
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