QM

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AcronymDefinition
QMQuality Management (Pentagon Renovation Project)
QMQuality Management
QMQuantum Mechanics
QMQuarter Master (Boy Scouts of America)
QMQuality Manager
QMQuadratmeter (German: square meter)
QMQuality Manual
QMQuomodo (In What Manner, How)
QMQueensland Museum (Australia)
QMQuality Matters (online course certification)
QMQuartermaster (US Army branch)
QMQuartermaster (USN Rating)
QMQualified Mortgage
QMQuotation Mark
QMQueue Management
QMQuick Mode
QMQuarter Midget (racing vehicle for children)
QMQuestion Mark (computer program)
QMQualification Motor (US NASA)
QMQualification Model
QMQuantitative Macroeconomics
QMAir Malawi (IATA airline code)
QMQuota Manager
QMQuantum Magnetics
QMQuadrature Modulation
QMQuickmind (web based education intervention tool)
QMQuinn-Martin Productions
QMQuantum Modeling
QMBritish Long Range Radio Aid to Navigation (US Navy)
QMQuery Mediator
QMQuantitative Materiel Development Objective
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com is based on Sunburst's award-winning QuickMind.
Sunburst Technology publishes award-winning instructional software and the QuickMind.
net brings the classroom home for students, enables parents to see what their children are doing at school and where they need help, and gives teachers the flexibility to assign lessons, grade projects and create reports on student progress," says Forest Barbieri, CEO of QuickMind, which partnered with Sunburst Technology to create the product.
Web Studio, featuring more than 120 QuickMind print products converted for interactive online use
Sunburst's educational content complements the QuickMind.
Leading educational publisher Sunburst Technology announced that it has purchased the award-winning QuickMind.
Introduced in fall 2002 as a subscription-based service for schools, QuickMind.
We responded to customers' interests by acquiring QuickMind.
Today leading educational publishers Sunburst Technology and QuickMind announced QuickMind.
Existing content was also drawn from educational materials developed by Forest Technologies and QuickMind.
We have been experts in educational content development for software, video, print supplements and film strips for about 30 years, but QuickMind.
In addition to enabling one-click site tracking, the Browser Assistant will offer Mind-it users the new QuickMinds service, which provides users with popular Web content such as stock news, technology news and entertainment that they can customize to their specific interest, and then watch for updates or changes.