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Accessibility (508) with Lectora

I've added this on the HELP #13 Page, but didn't want it to get buried there. This was on the email from Lectora today - a collection of accessibility resources for creating 508-compliant content…Continue

Tags: Lectora, accessibility, 508, Section

Started by Karen Kanne Ngowe Aug 4.

Steer clear of these e-learning design missteps

In this week's bulletin from our colleagues at the Public Health Agency of Canada, this entry listing the top mistakes we make as e-learning designers jumped out as a good one to share.Occasionally…Continue

Started by Nancy Gathany Jul 1.

6/26/14 HELP Presentation 22 - Building and Sustaining an Online Provider Education System

Please join us for the CDC TRAIN Health Educators & Learning Professionals (HELP) Community of Practice Learning Series. Presentation 22 - Building and Sustaining an Online Provider Education…Continue

Started by Karen Kanne Ngowe Jun 24.

freebies to help with e-learning 1 Reply

Free is good. And freebies to polish our e-learning, even better.#1. Thought this info in Public Health Learning and On-line Education Issue #84, on "Free e-Learning and Graphic Design Resources"…Continue

Started by Nancy Gathany. Last reply by Margaret Farrell Jun 24.

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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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