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Graduate education A denigrating term for a medical student who is treated as a scut monkey and told to get things for the department through which he or she is rotating at the time. See Rotater, Scut monkey.
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A review of recent research literature on the information behaviors of these two special populations is provided, and information is presented from the research literature about the use of the Internet by the elderly and by African Americans.
Some teachers have thrown in the digital towel and "allowed their students to become the classroom Internet experts, turning them into de facto teacher aides.
As more farmers use the Internet as a business tool in their operations, make it a tool for your organization to successfully connect with this important customer group.
Beyond rumors that the president is a computer nut (one prominent Syrian intellectual working in the United States told me he "reads computer magazines as his bedtime literature"), the best evidence for his desire to expand Internet use in Syria was the addition of Amr Salem--a senior program manager at Microsoft's U.S.
HandsOff.org, the Web site of Hands Off the Internet, also provides links to research studies.
We were in our pajamas still just using the Internet. Cuz it's so fun talking to people.
The results suggest that only a small minority ever pretend to be other people on the Internet.
Information: Rachel Green, Conference Manager, Wessex Institute of Technology, Ashurst Lodge, Ashurst, Southampton, SO40 7AA, 44 (0) 238 029 3223, fax: 44 (0) 238 029 2853, e-mail: rgreen@wessex.ac.uk, Internet: http://www.wessex.ac.uk/conferences/2006/air06/index.html
The audacity comes in the form of declaring the Internet to be a "global resource" belonging to the world.
This wireless revolution is apparent in Japan: just witness the popularity of the massive Networld + Interop Tokyo 2005, a showcase of Internet technologies for a ubiquitous society attended by over 152,000 visitors in just three days.
Scripps Networks, whose lifestyle brands include HGTV, the Food Network, and DIY Network, is aggressively developing its Internet video-on-demand and broadband programming.
When you find information on the Internet, do you know how to evaluate it, discard the junk and use the "good stuff"?