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Healthy Cities Online

Healthy Cities Online will present an attractive first page (also known technically as the "home page") to organize and introduce the site to the visitor. The page will offer a variety of thematic directions or learning streams from which the visitor can choose. The learner can initiate involvement in various areas through graphical icons which when clicked upon will take them to the next "page" of their choice .

When the user chooses any of the thematic areas, the information stream associated with that specific theme will appear in the form of a secondary "subpage." Each subpage will contain a highly structured and organized quantity of information generally falling into four categories:

1. Learning tutorials, workshops on-line, skill building.

2. Pointers to publications, data, and other documents stored within the Healthy Cities home database.

3. Pointers to publications, data, and other reference resources at other sites on the web which offer particularly high-quality information to the user.

4. Interactive capabilities which utilize the ability to: participate in news-groups/chat groups; the ability to define data parameters and to graphically view data on-line; to initiate various learning processes through forms; to send electronic mail directly from the site to other sites or to those the learner wishes to contact; to send electronic mail to the webmaster with feedback; to solicit or provide publications in the form of email attachments; join and to participate in threaded discussion groups with technical assistance providers on the Healthy Cities site.

Review submitted by:

Len Duhl,
Professor, University of California at Berkley
410 Warren Street
Univ of California at Berkeley
Berkeley
CA 94708-1320

 


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Healthy Cities Online

Healthy Cities Online will present an attractive first page (also known technically as the "home page") to organize and introduce the site to the visitor. The page will offer a variety of thematic directions or learning streams from which the visitor can choose. The learner can initiate involvement in various areas through graphical icons which when clicked upon will take them to the next "page" of their choice .

When the user chooses any of the thematic areas, the information stream associated with that specific theme will appear in the form of a secondary "subpage." Each subpage will contain a highly structured and organized quantity of information generally falling into four categories:

1. Learning tutorials, workshops on-line, skill building.

2. Pointers to publications, data, and other documents stored within the Healthy Cities home database.

3. Pointers to publications, data, and other reference resources at other sites on the web which offer particularly high-quality information to the user.

4. Interactive capabilities which utilize the ability to: participate in news-groups/chat groups; the ability to define data parameters and to graphically view data on-line; to initiate various learning processes through forms; to send electronic mail directly from the site to other sites or to those the learner wishes to contact; to send electronic mail to the webmaster with feedback; to solicit or provide publications in the form of email attachments; join and to participate in threaded discussion groups with technical assistance providers on the Healthy Cities site.

Review submitted by:

Len Duhl,
Professor, University of California at Berkley
410 Warren Street
Univ of California at Berkeley
Berkeley
CA 94708-1320

 


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