Browse by Subject "information technology"
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(1999)Since 1994 I have been trying to figure out how to use information technology in conducting family life education. My sense is that none of us who are trying this work really know exactly what we should be doing or how to ...
Government Definitions of the Information Society: Chinese and U.S. Survey Questionnaires about Information and Communications Technology Use (2009-02)
(1999)Increasing amounts of scientific and professional information are available through information technology. Government agencies, universities, professional societies and many non-profit organizations are making knowledge ...
(2013-05-28)The goal of this study was to estimate the prevalence of overweight and obesity among Asian Indian high skilled migrants in central Illinois and quantify the magnitude of association between the prevalence of overweight ...
(2008-02-28)This paper is an effort to reacquaint the information field with the work of one of its pioneers: Robert S. Taylor and his Value-Added Model. Taylor’s Value-Added model (1986) was a broad and ambitious effort to provide a ...
(Sage, 2004)We examine research on the effects of computers and the Internet on families to bring about a better understanding of how this technology influences family life. We begin with an overview of the extent to which computers ...
(FemTechNet Collective, 2013-09-24)The collective FemTechNet produced this video about a group at the University of Illinois in the 1990s known as WITS, Women, Information Technology, and Scholarship. Four former WITS members—Jenny Barrett, Leigh Estabrook, ...
(2008-02-28)In "Preparing School Library Media Specialists for the New Century: Results of a Survey" ( Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 42: 3, pp. 220-227, Summer 2001), Carol Tilley and Daniel Callison found ...
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