Florists Online Delivery : Real Flower Petals.
Florists Online Delivery
- Refers to delivery system for products that can be transferred online, such as software, readable text (books, articles), digital files (digital photos), etc.
- A person who sells and arranges plants and cut flowers
- Floristry is the general term used to describe the professional floral trade. It encompasses flower care and handling, floral design or flower arranging, merchandising, and display and flower delivery. Wholesale florists sell bulk flowers and related supplies to professionals in the trade.
- (florist) someone who grows and deals in flowers; "the florist made up an attractive bouquet"
- (florist) a shop where flowers and ornamental plants are sold
florists online delivery - Authentic Instruction
Authentic Instruction and Online Delivery: Proven Practices in Higher Education
In the evolving world of higher education, discovering and integrating effective new practices, both online and in the classroom, is crucial in preparing today's growing number of adult students for tomorrow's dynamic and evolving workplace. Now, three administrators at City University of Seattle have compiled an influential collection of work that reflects the successful practices of its faculty members in response to the busy schedules and time pressures of today’s adult student. In Authentic Instruction and Online Delivery: Proven Practices in Higher Education, Kurt D. Kirstein, Judy M. Hinrichs, and Steven G. Olswang have collected and edited the experiences of twenty-six instructors or teams of instructors from a small, private, not-for-profit university in the Pacific Northwest with satellite campuses in eleven countries on four continents. Their combined wealth of valuable educational strategies is the driving force behind this richly instructive resource. In order to meet the educational demands of busy adult students, a different educational approach much be taken. The collection was created to enable university instructors everywhere to learn from these classroom and online experiences, so that they may incorporate relevant practices in their own classes. Presented in three parts, the book addresses authentic instructional strategies, online course delivery, and perspectives in teaching and learning. Part One introduces methods of authentic instruction. Part Two taps into the university’s pioneering role in online education to shed new light on its design and delivery. Part Three addresses emerging themes in educational assessment and program revision. With the guiding principle that experience is the best teacher, Authentic Instruction and Online Delivery: Proven Practices in Higher Education is an innovative compendium of practices that are both state-of-the-art and field-tested. Each work in this illuminating book reveals how teaching that is developed through instructor experience has much to offer both novice and veteran educators.
Morrisons runs the hare and tortoise race for online delivery
In classic fashion for the steadily expanding retailer, Morrisons have confirmed they will be providing online grocery shopping, but are unfazed by race led by Ocado and Tesco. Morrisons has been the UK’s fourth largest supermarket since its takeover of Safeway in 2004, but before now has held back on its online delivery plans. With a loyal customer base in Northern England, the chain has made slow but steadfast progress in the South, where online shopping is the most lucrative. The news that Morrisons will be expanding online came this morning along with a 13% rise in underlying profits before tax to ?869m for the year to 30 January. It is hoped that high profile acquisitions of stakes in Kiddicare.com and FreshDirect will provide a learning curve for the supermarket group. Chief executive Dalton Philips described this morning, "these two investments will help us to learn from the very best, and get us going. We believe as a result we will get to the right answers faster in both grocery and non-food internet retailing." Morrisons plans to use Kiddicare.com’s original technology platform to launch a general merchandise website by Spring 2012.
Edith: First online grocery shop (!)
I know it seems unlikely given our combined geekiness, but today our first EVER online grocery shop was delivered! This is the non-fridge/freezer bit as it arrived an hour before I got home. Nothing was sold out and only one (sensible) substitution - win!