STAPLERS PRINTED INSTRUCTIONAL

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
AFRO Red Bull GmbH; Trademark Department Am Brunnen 1
AT
A5330 Fuschl am See
Austria
Paper, cardboard and goods made from ...
AFRO Red Bull GmbH; Trademark Department Am Brunnen 1
AT
A5330 Fuschl am See
Austria
Paper, cardboard and goods made from ...
ALAIN GRÉE RicoBel b.v.b.a. Zilverhof 40BE
Belgium
Paper, cardboard and goods made from ...
BRIGHTHEART OTOPIO PTY LIMITED 678 Huon RoadFERN TREE TAS 7054
Australia
Paper, cardboard and goods made from ...
DREAMHEART Otopio Pty Limited 678 Huon Road
AU
Fern Tree 7054
Australia
Paper, cardboard and goods made from ...
ELIZABETH CRAFT DESIGNS Els Van de Burgt 3004 Moonlight Park Ave.
Oxnard CA 93036
Paper, cardboard and goods made from ...
FANCOLOR Caran d'Ache SA 19, chemin du ForonCH-1226 Thônex
Switzerland
Paper, cardboard, office stationery, wrapping papers; ...
HARMONYHEART Otopio Pty Limited 678 Huon Road
AU
Fern Tree 7054
Australia
Paper, cardboard and goods made from ...
THE ADVENTURES OF QUEENIE AND HARLEY Sunny Lane Productions, LLC. PO Box 2815
Acworth GA 30102
A series of books and written ...
 

Where the owner name is not linked, that owner no longer owns the brand

   
Technical Examples
  1. In a method and computer-implemented system of modular instruction a body of knowledge is divided into cognitive constructs, with instructional materials and post-instruction assessments being associated with each of the cognitive constructs and comprising a learning packet. The instructional material associated with each learning packet is presented to a student, followed by the post-instruction assessment associated with each learning packet. A result of the post-instruction assessment is compared to a pre-defined standard for that learning packet to determine whether the instructional material associated with another learning packet should be presented to the student, or if the instructional material associated with the current learning packet should be presented again to the student. The learning packets can be presented in default sequence or they can be reordered and presented in a user-selected sequence, and all or only a portion of the learning packets can be presented to the student.