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Student's Companion to the World Wide Web
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Student's Companion to the World Wide Web ab 68.49 € als Taschenbuch: Social Sciences and Humanities Resources. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Ratgeber, Computer & Internet,

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Predicting Instructional Quality
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This study examined student's perceptions of different forms of technology use for instruction purposes by faculty and whether these different forms of technology can predict instructional quality. The study sought to explore whether different forms of technology: Productivity Tools, Presentation Tools, Communication Tools, and World Wide Web Tools, reliably predict instructional quality. The study also aimed at examining which of the predictors is more important in predicting instructional quality. A large Midwestern University Teacher Education program was the accessible population from which a convenient sample was drawn. A total of 121 responses were used in the analysis. The response rate of the study was 56.6%. Descriptive statistics and inferential statistics were used to analyze the data. Findings from the null hypothesis and the supplementary analysis converge to indicate combination of Productivity Tools, Presentation Tools, Communication Tools, and World Wide Web Tools can predict Instructional Quality.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Student Engagement in Online Learning
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The Internet and the World Wide Web have transformed delivery systems and methodologies in education through online learning. Responding to an increasing demand for greater accountability in higher education, student engagement has become a prominent and acceptable assessment of collegiate quality. A modified version of the NSSE instrument that evaluates on-campus engagement is used to measure student engagement in online learning. The study details the level of engagement against key engagement benchmarks, uncovers a number of distinctive engagement patterns in sub-groups, and discusses the relationship of the student's level of satisfaction with the entire educational experience.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Technology Applications in Prevention
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Control health care costs with these cost-effective, technology-based prevention/intervention techniques!In 2001, Americans spent $1.4 trillion on health care services. By 2010, health care costs are forecasted to approach 20 of the United States' Gross National Product. Technology Applications in Prevention highlights much-needed technology-based prevention/intervention methods that can help contain health costs. Efficient and Effective Uses of Technology in Community Research provides the information that future prevention researchers and program evaluators will need to be effective in electronic data collection, management, and cost analysis. Community Building with Technology: The Development of Collaborative Community Technology Initiatives presents a case example showing how Web sites can function as regional clearinghouses of useful information and provide convenient forums where agency staff can update their prevention skills. Applying Web-Based Survey Design Standards addresses a question critical to professionals in e-data collection: How reliable is Web-based needs assessment and/or outcome data This chapter suggests standards that should be adhered to in Internet-based data collection. Assessing Quality Assurance of Self-Help Sites on the Internet and The Quality of Spanish Health Information Web Sites: An Emerging Disparity address the current lack of quality in the health and mental health information available on the World Wide Web. A Participatory Internet Initiative in an African-American Neighborhood explores health disparity concerns regarding the use of the Internet. This chapter discusses several ways to empower those who are on the dark side of the digital divideand shows how to ensure that Web-based material is culturally relevant and appropriate for those it is intended to help. Alcohol Abuse Prevention Among High-Risk Youth presents a case example of a life-skills based CD-ROM intervention designed to discourage kids from abusing alcohol. Constructing Better Futures Via Video looks at video-based futures planning, which combines self-modeling and feedforward to forecast a student's future capabilities. This technique helps teenagers find meaning in their current educational setting and prepare for adulthood. This chapter also explains how to train school-based personnel to encourage positive attitudes and support the life skills of their students via carefully planned and editedyet inexpensivevideo productions.Why is the information in this book so essential In 2000, approximately 20 of U.S. employers changed their health insurance plans as a cost savings strategy. American companies and their employees must new deal with new insurance plans that have reduced the breadth of their coverage and/or increased employee deductibles. The need for cost-effective preventive strategies is becoming increasingly more urgent as employers and insurance companies scramble to provide affordable health care coverage. New technologies have opened the door to better, more economical modes of preventive care. This book presents a vital cross-section of the current state of the art in the application of technology to prevention and intervention. Make it a part of your professional/teaching collection today!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Technology Applications in Prevention
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Control health care costs with these cost-effective, technology-based prevention/intervention techniques!In 2001, Americans spent $1.4 trillion on health care services. By 2010, health care costs are forecasted to approach 20 of the United States' Gross National Product. Technology Applications in Prevention highlights much-needed technology-based prevention/intervention methods that can help contain health costs. Efficient and Effective Uses of Technology in Community Research provides the information that future prevention researchers and program evaluators will need to be effective in electronic data collection, management, and cost analysis. Community Building with Technology: The Development of Collaborative Community Technology Initiatives presents a case example showing how Web sites can function as regional clearinghouses of useful information and provide convenient forums where agency staff can update their prevention skills. Applying Web-Based Survey Design Standards addresses a question critical to professionals in e-data collection: How reliable is Web-based needs assessment and/or outcome data This chapter suggests standards that should be adhered to in Internet-based data collection. Assessing Quality Assurance of Self-Help Sites on the Internet and The Quality of Spanish Health Information Web Sites: An Emerging Disparity address the current lack of quality in the health and mental health information available on the World Wide Web. A Participatory Internet Initiative in an African-American Neighborhood explores health disparity concerns regarding the use of the Internet. This chapter discusses several ways to empower those who are on the dark side of the digital divideand shows how to ensure that Web-based material is culturally relevant and appropriate for those it is intended to help. Alcohol Abuse Prevention Among High-Risk Youth presents a case example of a life-skills based CD-ROM intervention designed to discourage kids from abusing alcohol. Constructing Better Futures Via Video looks at video-based futures planning, which combines self-modeling and feedforward to forecast a student's future capabilities. This technique helps teenagers find meaning in their current educational setting and prepare for adulthood. This chapter also explains how to train school-based personnel to encourage positive attitudes and support the life skills of their students via carefully planned and editedyet inexpensivevideo productions.Why is the information in this book so essential In 2000, approximately 20 of U.S. employers changed their health insurance plans as a cost savings strategy. American companies and their employees must new deal with new insurance plans that have reduced the breadth of their coverage and/or increased employee deductibles. The need for cost-effective preventive strategies is becoming increasingly more urgent as employers and insurance companies scramble to provide affordable health care coverage. New technologies have opened the door to better, more economical modes of preventive care. This book presents a vital cross-section of the current state of the art in the application of technology to prevention and intervention. Make it a part of your professional/teaching collection today!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Student Engagement in Online Learning
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The Internet and the World Wide Web have transformed delivery systems and methodologies in education through online learning. Responding to an increasing demand for greater accountability in higher education, student engagement has become a prominent and acceptable assessment of collegiate quality. A modified version of the NSSE instrument that evaluates on-campus engagement is used to measure student engagement in online learning. The study details the level of engagement against key engagement benchmarks, uncovers a number of distinctive engagement patterns in sub-groups, and discusses the relationship of the student's level of satisfaction with the entire educational experience.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Student's Companion to the World Wide Web
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This book expertly handles common reference sources, search engines, meta-subject guides, the humanities, and social science disciplines, which are arranged in an alphabetized sequence of chapters featuring each individual discipline.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Technology Applications in Prevention
43,99 € *
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Control health care costs with these cost-effective, technology-based prevention/intervention techniques!In 2001, Americans spent $1.4 trillion on health care services. By 2010, health care costs are forecasted to approach 20 of the United States' Gross National Product. Technology Applications in Prevention highlights much-needed technology-based prevention/intervention methods that can help contain health costs. Efficient and Effective Uses of Technology in Community Research provides the information that future prevention researchers and program evaluators will need to be effective in electronic data collection, management, and cost analysis. Community Building with Technology: The Development of Collaborative Community Technology Initiatives presents a case example showing how Web sites can function as regional clearinghouses of useful information and provide convenient forums where agency staff can update their prevention skills. Applying Web-Based Survey Design Standards addresses a question critical to professionals in e-data collection: How reliable is Web-based needs assessment and/or outcome data This chapter suggests standards that should be adhered to in Internet-based data collection. Assessing Quality Assurance of Self-Help Sites on the Internet and The Quality of Spanish Health Information Web Sites: An Emerging Disparity address the current lack of quality in the health and mental health information available on the World Wide Web. A Participatory Internet Initiative in an African-American Neighborhood explores health disparity concerns regarding the use of the Internet. This chapter discusses several ways to empower those who are on the dark side of the digital divideand shows how to ensure that Web-based material is culturally relevant and appropriate for those it is intended to help. Alcohol Abuse Prevention Among High-Risk Youth presents a case example of a life-skills based CD-ROM intervention designed to discourage kids from abusing alcohol. Constructing Better Futures Via Video looks at video-based futures planning, which combines self-modeling and feedforward to forecast a student's future capabilities. This technique helps teenagers find meaning in their current educational setting and prepare for adulthood. This chapter also explains how to train school-based personnel to encourage positive attitudes and support the life skills of their students via carefully planned and editedyet inexpensivevideo productions.Why is the information in this book so essential In 2000, approximately 20 of U.S. employers changed their health insurance plans as a cost savings strategy. American companies and their employees must new deal with new insurance plans that have reduced the breadth of their coverage and/or increased employee deductibles. The need for cost-effective preventive strategies is becoming increasingly more urgent as employers and insurance companies scramble to provide affordable health care coverage. New technologies have opened the door to better, more economical modes of preventive care. This book presents a vital cross-section of the current state of the art in the application of technology to prevention and intervention. Make it a part of your professional/teaching collection today!

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 08.04.2020
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Technology Applications in Prevention
44,99 € *
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Control health care costs with these cost-effective, technology-based prevention/intervention techniques!In 2001, Americans spent $1.4 trillion on health care services. By 2010, health care costs are forecasted to approach 20 of the United States' Gross National Product. Technology Applications in Prevention highlights much-needed technology-based prevention/intervention methods that can help contain health costs. Efficient and Effective Uses of Technology in Community Research provides the information that future prevention researchers and program evaluators will need to be effective in electronic data collection, management, and cost analysis. Community Building with Technology: The Development of Collaborative Community Technology Initiatives presents a case example showing how Web sites can function as regional clearinghouses of useful information and provide convenient forums where agency staff can update their prevention skills. Applying Web-Based Survey Design Standards addresses a question critical to professionals in e-data collection: How reliable is Web-based needs assessment and/or outcome data This chapter suggests standards that should be adhered to in Internet-based data collection. Assessing Quality Assurance of Self-Help Sites on the Internet and The Quality of Spanish Health Information Web Sites: An Emerging Disparity address the current lack of quality in the health and mental health information available on the World Wide Web. A Participatory Internet Initiative in an African-American Neighborhood explores health disparity concerns regarding the use of the Internet. This chapter discusses several ways to empower those who are on the dark side of the digital divideand shows how to ensure that Web-based material is culturally relevant and appropriate for those it is intended to help. Alcohol Abuse Prevention Among High-Risk Youth presents a case example of a life-skills based CD-ROM intervention designed to discourage kids from abusing alcohol. Constructing Better Futures Via Video looks at video-based futures planning, which combines self-modeling and feedforward to forecast a student's future capabilities. This technique helps teenagers find meaning in their current educational setting and prepare for adulthood. This chapter also explains how to train school-based personnel to encourage positive attitudes and support the life skills of their students via carefully planned and editedyet inexpensivevideo productions.Why is the information in this book so essential In 2000, approximately 20 of U.S. employers changed their health insurance plans as a cost savings strategy. American companies and their employees must new deal with new insurance plans that have reduced the breadth of their coverage and/or increased employee deductibles. The need for cost-effective preventive strategies is becoming increasingly more urgent as employers and insurance companies scramble to provide affordable health care coverage. New technologies have opened the door to better, more economical modes of preventive care. This book presents a vital cross-section of the current state of the art in the application of technology to prevention and intervention. Make it a part of your professional/teaching collection today!

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 08.04.2020
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