Group 1 Final Project

Group 1 Final Project
Our Group Members: Zechen Yu, Keyi Lu, and Bingtong Liu
Our movie is about student services and the interview part of the members of student service.
Our members have answered the questions about what does student services do, where is the office of student services, and what is the office of student life disability services.
The length is about 7 minutes.

Bingtong Liu PA1

This project is to find three plagiarism work and marked them, we must avoid them in our academic paper.

In the article, “Simple Ways to Optimize Your Mental Health While in College,” Michael Schroeder offers a list of ways students can take care of themselves through the academic and social demands of college.

Schroeder encourages students to pay attention to their own mood and feelings and emphasizes that getting help early for problems like anxiety and depression is very important. He says, “You needn’t be diagnosed with a mental health condition to benefit from taking steps to improve your psychological well-being”(Missing quotation marks) Bingtong Liu plagiarism KEY (para. 10). ( Missing citation: It does not include the name of the source and page number) Bingtong Liu “plagiarism KEY”

One of the steps you can take, he says, is exercise.Physical exercise is very important in preventing or reducing mental health problems.(Using too many of the same words) Bingtong Liu “plagiarism KEY”.  He explains that endorphins and other natural chemicals from exercise not only help cognitive functions but also reduce depression.  Furthermore, he says,  not exercising can cause weight gain, which can also affect mental health.

According to Schroeder, what you eat is also important, since diet affects mood and anxiety. can impact mood and anxiety levels .(Using too many of the same words) Bingtong Liu “plagiarism KEY” He warns students against quick fixes, like tobacco, alcohol, and drugs to boost mood.  He says these can result in bigger problems later.

Schroeder recommends mindfulness and meditation to help with uncomfortable situations and self-isolating behavior. He says mindfulness involves focusing on the present moment:  “Bringing awareness, acceptance, self-compassion, curiosity, and just noticing non-judgmentally those internal experiences as they’re arriving” (para. 6).  This, he says, is a good way to process difficult experiences or feelings.    Loving-kindness meditation, which he says is similar, is a practice by which we focus on positive experience and people and send thoughts and wishes to those we love.

Schroder argues that it is important to have outlets for coping with feelings and experiences, and for this he recommends journaling.  Also important, he says, is developing a network of social support – good friends and family – and staying in touch with them while avoiding people who are unsupportive.  According to Schroeder, not having a good social network has health risks, and research shows that those who are socially connected are mentally and physically healthier.  He suggests scheduling mental-wellness activities on our “to-do” list.

Insufficient sleep, says Shroeder, can negatively affect brain function and even awaken any genetic predisposition to mental illness; therefore, he emphasizes, it is very important to keep enough quality sleep.

Finally, Schroeder encourages students to become involved in activities that give their lives meaning and purpose, such as volunteering to help others.  He says experts claim that this is a very effective way to improve mental well-being.

Liu Bingtong – PhRef

User Experience Designer
(All of the information is checked on Payscale)
User experience design is a broad term, which can include various designs: UI (user interface), interaction, vision, hearing, even industrial design, etc. So UI and Interaction Designers are usually called User Experience Designers.But the standard of User Experience Designers  are higher than that of UI and Interaction Design in terms of skills and elements.

User Experience Designers create attractive and functional designs for end users; they need to develop unified designs that target audiences can access. And they should collaborate with other designers, customers, managers, engineers and product managers to find solutions that can improve the user experience. Also, they need create prototypes and perform user tests to guide each iteration of the design. What’s more, provide design concepts that meet business and customer requirements.
Average Salary for User Experience Designer

The average salary for a User Experience Designer is $73,798.
Popular Employer Salaries for User Experience Designer

Nowadays, many popular employers are willing to pay high prices for User Experience Designer, such as IBM, Capital One Financial Corp and Linkedin Corporation. Reported salaries are highest at Linkedin Corporation where the average pay is $126,251. Other companies that offer high salaries for this role include Inc and Microsoft Corp, earning around $109,749 and $108,000, respectively. The Ultimate Software group, Inc pays the lowest at around $82,411. International Business Machines (IBM) Corp. and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC) also pay on the lower end of the scale, paying $85,897 and $92,500, respectively. That is why almost User Experience Designers are highly satisfied about their job.
Pay by Experience Level for User Experience Designer

Users Experience Designers’ salaries depend on experience level. An entry-level User Experience Designer with less than 1 year experience can expect to earn an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of $62,236 based on 171 salaries. Early career User Experience Designer with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $70,762 based on 1,937 salaries. A mid-career User Experience Designer with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $84,869 based on 631 salaries. An experienced User Experience Designer with 10-19 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $92,039 based on 302 salaries. In their late career (20 years and higher), employees earn an average total compensation of $96,549.
Pay Difference by Location

User Experience Designer pay difference by location. On Payscale chart, Employees with User Experience Designer in their job title in San Francisco, California earn an average of 30.5% more than the national average. These job titles also find higher than average salaries in Seattle, Washington (6.3% more) and New York, New York (0.7% more). The lowest salaries can be found in Los Angeles, California (3.9% less), Chicago, Illinois (1.2% less) and Austin, Texas (1.1% less).

I think it’s a good job for me. It’s mostly related to my economics major, because there are many popular employers in financial markets who are willing to hire User Experience Designers. In the future, I choose to study economics because there is a chance of making a better salary with more experience and education. That’s it.

Bingtong,Liu-PrePro FD

My name is Bingtong Liu. I am from China and I live in Zhengzhou of Henan province. In my daily time, I really like playing badminton since I was a child. In primary school, I liked to play basketball, but I was often knocked down and injured by my opponents because of my thin body. Later, I learned about the sport of badminton from my father’s friend. He told me that you don’t have to be strong to win, and sometimes a 10-year-old can beat an adult. I felt a great curiosity about badminton then began to study. That’s why I m good at badminton.
(Image:Jade Dragon Snow Mountain,China)
I was born in Zhengzhou, so I have to study in Zhengzhou since I was young. I really understand the increasing academic pressure caused by my age. What impressed me most was my junior high school, because I didn’t adapt to courses of junior high school , so I became the bottom of the class. I once doubted my fitness, but my family, friends, and teacher didn’t give up. They encouraged me, so I studied hard then I went to the best high school in Zhengzhou. This is an important turning point for me of my study profile.

Coming to the Ohio state university is another important turning point for me. When I was in my junior high school graduation, I wanted to go abroad to study at that time, and my parents really supported to my idea, cause I can get more learning resources, and I will have more space to display my ability. My major is mathematics, which is a very wide range. I am now going toward to the direction of economics study, so I choose a macroeconomic for my minor because I feel that economy is very interesting, a lot of things happened in daily life can be explained by economics. For example, have you ever noticed that when you eat at an all-you-can-eat buffet, you always go away fuller than when you order and eat at a nonbuffet restaurant? Which means that economists look at facts to find incentives to economic behavior. That is why I like economics.