Husita7 The 7th International Conference Of Human Services Information Technology Applications

Author: C. K. Law
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134731736
Size: 40.97 MB
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In today’s information society, to make a real and lasting impact on human welfare takes applications of information technology aimed at enhancing access to all. HUSITA7-The 7th International Conference of Human Services Information Technology Applications: Digital Inclusion-Building a Digital Inclusive Society presents diverse viewpoints from around the globe, examining the latest applications of digital technology for social work education and practice. These conference presentations from respected international authorities discuss the application of ICT (information and communication technology) in various facets of human service to achieve the goal of a digital inclusive society where all have access to education and informational resources. HUSITA7-The 7th International Conference of Human Services Information Technology Applications examines the development and use of information technology in professional training, including the strengths and limitations of e-learning in social work curriculums along with the rationale behind a learning object approach. Research includes findings from educators in Canada describing the development and implementation of e-learning in social work programs and the qualitative study of technological content in an MSW curriculum. Various types of Web-based learning approaches are explored with an eye toward providing more effective teaching strategies. Various technological advances and approaches toward individual empowerment are described to facilitate greater societal inclusiveness. The book is well referenced and includes several helpful tables and figures. Topics in HUSITA7-The 7th International Conference of Human Services Information Technology Applications include: the learning object approach of e-learning for social work education challenges implementing e-learning in social work education a research study of the relationship between technology content in social work education and technology use in social work practice international partnerships in Web-based teaching effective integration of emotion into the content of Web-based learning the use of indigenous knowledge in content the use of Web CT for effective address of issues such as quality of teaching and communication bringing about social inclusion through effective digital government how technological advances impact assistive technology research on the Internet self-efficacy in older person’s learning of ICT a communication tool for the speech impaired improving social work service effectiveness through knowledge management (KM) the “SenSui” disability information resource in Japan HUSITA7-The 7th International Conference of Human Services Information Technology Applications is enlightening reading for librarians, social educators, social work students, researchers interested in ICT, and human service professionals.

Information Technology And The Human Services

Author: Bryan Glastonbury
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471921271
Size: 73.96 MB
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Contains a selection of key papers from the First International Conference on Human Services Information Technology. The papers fall into four sections: client concerns, agency concerns, technological aspects, and issues of ethics and policy. Provides state-of-the-art coverage of IT developments in the human services.

Electronic Learning Communities Issues And Practices

Author: Sorel Reisman
Publisher: IAP
ISBN: 1607525585
Size: 17.79 MB
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This book focuses on electronic learning communities created through the development and use of the Internet for instruction and training. The chapters focus on philosophies, background, reviews, technologies, systems, tools, services, strategies, development, implementation, research, and guidelines for implementers, and each illustrates the chapter theme with a detailed example of best practices.

Online Education Using Learning Objects

Author: Rory McGreal
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134116799
Size: 72.30 MB
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'E-learning is integral to on-site education institutions worldwide, and the rapid explosion of interest in the subject means that this timely, cutting-edge book will be an instant and indispensable resource. Among educators, the development of reusable learning objects made accessible via the internet is ever more important to teaching and learning. This book provides a comprehensive look at a state-of-the-art online education, and presents advice on the creation, adaptation and implementation of learning objects and metadata. Including articles written by some of the leading innovators in the field, this book takes the reader through: designing effective learning objects; creating learning objects; transforming existing content into reusable learning objects; building a metadata management system. This book will be essential reference material for learning technologists, course developers at learning institutions, postgraduate students, teachers and learners in the field of e-learning.'

The Dynasts

Author: Thomas Hardy
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1775562948
Size: 46.14 MB
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In this epic historical drama in verse form, Thomas Hardy brings the same level of realism and gritty detail to a poetic retelling of the Napoleonic Wars that he honed in novels such as Far From the Madding Crowd and Jude the Obscure. Hardy himself considered The Dynasts to be his masterpiece, and though critical response was initially lukewarm, modern-day readers and critics have come to appreciate the vast scope and literary innovation of this ambitious work.

The Home Radio

Author: Alpheus Hyatt Verrill
Publisher:
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How You Were Born

Author: Joanna Cole
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 068812061X
Size: 75.69 MB
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It is natural for young children to be curious about where they come from. Using vivid full-color photographs and a clear, straightforward text, this comprehensive book answers the questions they have about how an egg cell grows to become a baby, how a baby lives inside its mother's uterus, and how a baby is born.

A Poet City

Author: Nashid Ali
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595367941
Size: 26.99 MB
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A Poet City reveals an untold story that is within us all. Poet is the inner child that struggles to find salvation within himself. The emotions, the ideas, and the beliefs that encompass one's soul interact within these pages, taking the idea of a metaphor to heights unknown. A Poet City weaves through eloquent prose and lyrical poems that take the story to an unparallel imagination. Let the words and images captivate your senses as Love dances through a street of dreams and Joy plays with Faith upon mile-high tree tops. Read on as Depression coerces young Poet within an endless sea and Lust tempts Devotion with a kiss of fire. The journey of Poet unveils the inner conflicts within every human being. A Poet City explores the human self in a way that is entertaining and uplifting.