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40+ Game Design Resources for IDs, Trainers, Educators & Practitioners

A lot of “gamification” and gaming for learning resources here from the Michael Allen e-learning folks. Articles, books, videos, sites, etc.…Continue

Tags: allen, interactions, michael, gamification, game

Started by Karen Kanne Ngowe Mar 20.

Suggestions for HELP webinar topics 4 Replies

Hello HELPers,It has been a while since our last webinar and it is past time to get them up and running again. We would appreciate YOUR suggestions for future topics. What aspects of e-learning,…Continue

Started by Karen Kanne Ngowe. Last reply by Karen Kanne Ngowe Feb 25.

EdX - MOOCs & more 1 Reply

Happy New Year! If one of your professional resolutions is to explore MOOCs (massively online open courses), then you should check out EdX…Continue

Started by Karen Kanne Ngowe. Last reply by Erick Emde Jan 5.

Bloom's Taxonomy Infographic with Verbs! 1 Reply

This Bloom's Revised with Verbs Infographic is super-cool and will look great…Continue

Tags: verbs, design, instructional, taxonomy, Bloom's

Started by Karen Kanne Ngowe. Last reply by Mirian Aguirre Dec 31, 2014.

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Comment by Lisa Kocak on April 29, 2014 at 8:52am

Received this, thought I would share---

The April issue of Health Communication Science Digest (HCSD or Digest) is now available at http://www.cdc.gov/healthcommunication/ScienceDigest/index.html

This month we congratulate our CDC colleagues Madeline Y. Sutton, Sarah M. Lasswell, Yzette Lanier, and Kim S. Miller (all DHPSE/ NCHHSTP)! In their work, which appears in the Journal of Adolescent Health, Sutton et al. provide a systematic review of parent-child communication interventions about sex targeting African-American and Hispanic/Latino audience segments. They conclude that these communication interventions can effectively reduce sexual risk for youth and improve sexual health outcomes.

Also in the Digest this month: Several other papers report on public health interventions, the role that trust in public health organizations plays in health message reception is examined in two papers (Friemuth et al.; Lachlan et al.). Health message design considerations are discussed by others. Aspects of both crisis and risk communication and audience targeting and tailoring are reported. A special report highlighting traditional and social media use among students in 6th through 12th grades is included.

 

 

 

 
 
 

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