Browse Illinois Research and Scholarship (Open Community) by Subject "web"
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(1996)In Jan-Feb, 1996 I conducted an e-mail in-service course about issues related to children and divorce. This report summarizes the evaluation of this program. Forty-five county and district faculty participated in an e-mail ...
(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 ...
(2009-03-13)These guidelines were developed to compose brief answers to questions, often called “frequently asked questions” or “FAQs.” FAQs are useful building blocks in learning structures on the web. These writing guidelines ...
(2008-10-13)Writing brief answers for the web is different from writing academic papers. Your audience is the general public. They will not know technical jargon or theory. Their primary interest is in understanding an issue, finding ...
(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 ...
(2002-12)In 2001, extension faculty in the College of Human Environmental Sciences at the University of Missouri- Columbia and regional faculty across Missouri developed a website for the general public that provides information ...
(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 ...