Extractions: K. Online Consumer Behavior Middleberg, Dan (2001). Winning Public Relations in a Wired World. New York: McGraw-Hill. Witmer, Diane F. (2000). Spinning the web. A handbook for public relations on the internet. New York: Longman. Janal, Daniel S. (2000/1997). Online marketing handbook: How to promote, advertise and sell your products on the internet. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Holtz, Shel (1999). Public relations on the net. New York: Amacom. HD59/H596/1999 Considers strategies to inform and influence the media, the investment community, government and the general public.
Extractions: Each State has a protection and advocacy agency that receives funding from the Federal Center for Mental Health Services. Agencies are mandated to protect and advocate for the rights of people with mental illnesses and to investigate reports of abuse and neglect in facilities that care for or treat individuals with mental illnesses. These facilities, which may be public or private, include hospitals, nursing homes, community facilities, board and care homes, homeless shelters, jails, and prisons. Agencies provide advocacy services or conduct investigations to address issues that arise during transportation or admission to such facilities, during residency in them, or within 90 days after discharge from them. Contact: The Legal Center
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Extractions: HCR 1005 Constitutional Amendment: 3-Way Comparison - Current Law/HouseVersion/Final Senate Version 05/01/04 10:03 PM MST This chart compares current Constitutional law to the HCR 1005 as passed in the House on March 9 and also to the final Senate version that completely replaced the House version and was passed on 4/30/04. A similar comparison for the companion statutes in HB 1373 is forthcoming. HCR 1005 Three-Way Comparison Link This Article No Comments CFPE Website to Add MEMBERS ONLY Access Areas 04/21/04 10:30 PM MST CFPE's website will soon have a "Members Only" area that will provide information related to CFPE's actions, position papers, newsletters, updates, alerts, legislative information, fundraising, membership organizing/recruitment, legal information, grievance and appeal assistance, union activities, meetings, workshops, orientations, political/election information and more. It is our intent to provide our members with access to more information than what we are currently able to post to the website. As of April 21, 2004, this website will be in transition to the new format which should be completed within 4-6 weeks or less. In the interim, CFPE members are asked to email us with home email addresses so that we may have complete contact information prior to activation of our Members Only area.
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Forester - Conservation Education colorado State Forest Service is an agency of colorado State University (CSU), colorado s land grant institution of higher education. http://www.caee.org/environmental-ed/msg00353.html
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Beryllium Support Group Oak Ridge Institute for Science and education ; Oak Ridge Congressional Contacts 10/30/98. colorado Congressmen and State Home Pages and agencies, ANSI Standards http://www.dimensional.com/~mhj/
Extractions: Search Overview This web site was formally launched on March 12, 1996 by Michael Jackson a member of the Beryllium Support Group which meets monthly at the National Jewish Medical and Research Center in Denver, Colorado. The intent is to provide a platform where any other Beryllium Support Group regardless of affiliation or location can freely participate in the presentation of or transfer of information relating to this incurable disease. To provide a forum where anyone around the country or the world can obtain information or provide information they have experienced as a result of this disease. To provide current and historical information on studies and papers relating to this disease. To provide current and historical information relating to the health risks of using beryllium. To provide current and historical information relating to regulations governing the use and control of beryllium. To provide current and historical information of the nature of this disease and its effects on the human body.
Extractions: Early Childhood Development Professional Loan Repayment Program: The Colorado Legislature has established an educational loan repayment program, administered by CollegeInvest, for early childhood professionals. If you are employed at a licensed childcare facility in Colorado you could earn up to $1,000 in loan repayment per year for two years. Who may qualify? (for complete qualifications get the application packet below) For more information, contact
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Extractions: The White-Reinhardt Fund for Education is a special project of the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture in cooperation with the American Farm Bureau Women's Committee. It was established to honor two former chairs of the Women's Committee, Berta White and Linda Reinhardt, who were leaders in the national effort to improve agricultural literacy. The teacher scholarship is one of two components of the fund. More... Golfers Swing Clubs for Foundation The tournament, played in a scramble format, was held Jan. 10 at the Luana Hills Country Club in Kailua, Hawaii. The course was designed by legendary golf architect Pete Dye and is the second most challenging golf course on the island of Oahu, according to Wolanyk. Awards were presented to the top three teams. Taking first place honors were Jerry and Mary Canada and Dave and Lynn Jongleux of Indiana Farm Bureau. FB Invites Visitors to Innoventions at Epcot BRINGING BIOTECHNOLOGY TO LIFE This 20-minute video for students in grades 7-12 explores biotechnology through the eyes of Julian as he creates a PowerPoint presentation for science class. When a frustrated Julian contacts his on-line friend Cora for help she enlists her uncle Vince, a farmer familiar with biotechnology. During an instant on-line message Uncle Vince refers Julian to scientists with expertise in food science, genomics, plant genetics, and crop molecular biology. Using their leads, Julian assembles video clips about biotechnology for his report. The fast paced video explores an array of biotechnologies being developed for use in medicine, fuel production, nutrition, and feeding a hungry planet. The video provides a comprehensive overview to introduce the topic of biotechnology.
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Extractions: Water Education Foundation Water Tours The Water Education Foundation's tours offer participants a firsthand look at the water facilities, rivers and regions critical in the debate about the future of water resources in California and the West. Issues of water supply, water quality, environmental restoration, flood management, water marketing, groundwater and water conservation are addressed by a wide range of speakers representing different viewpoints. The tours are praised for being balanced, thorough and fun . Participants learn about local, state and federal issues from a host of experts on all sides. Time for socializing and networking is included in the action-packed itineraries, allowing participants to share information and make valuable contacts. Five tours will be offered in 2004. All tours are three days and two nights. Tour registration fee includes transportation and lodging while on the tour, meals and background materials. Attorneys can earn continuing legal education credits for an additional fee.
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Extractions: Colorado State Climatologist State Climatologists are individuals who have been identified by a state entity as the state's climatologist and who are also recognized by the Director of the National Climatic Data Center of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as the state climatologist of a particular state. Dr. Thomas Mckee http://w ww.nationa lgeographic.com/education/index.html The National Geographic Societyís Geography Education Program has established a network of state geographic alliancesógrassroots organizations composed mainly of K-12 teachers and university geographersódedicated to improving and promoting geography education. These alliances support professional development for teachers, development of classroom materials, and efforts to make geography a part of state and local curricula. Colorado Geographic Alliance
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Extractions: Nationally Recognized Accrediting Agencies The following list is current as of April, 1998 The following regional and national accrediting agencies are recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education as reliable authorities concerning the quality of education or training offered by the institutions of higher education or higher education programs they accredit. Please note that accreditation by these agencies does not always confer Title IV eligibility; please check with the particular agency to make that determination. REGIONAL INSTITUTIONAL ACCREDITING AGENCIES Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Higher Education Accredits higher education institutions in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Republic of Panama and a limited number of freestanding American-style institutions abroad. Jean Avnet Morse, Executive Director 3624 Market Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 Tel. (215) 662-5606, Fax (215) 662-5950 e-mail address: email@example.com
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Extractions: Welcome to Colorado Educator Licensing. Here you will find the information and the requirements you need to obtain an educator license in Colorado. Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) pages should answer all of your questions about licensing in Colorado. However, if you have questions that are not answered here, please call in or e-mail your questions to the Educator Licensing office All of the applications for licensing are now on-line for you to download. The Educator Licensing Applications Wizard will guide you in locating the application(s) appropriate to your situation. First time applicants will have an opportunity to fill out an address label to get a fingerprint card mailed to them or can call the Educator Licensing office to request a fingerprint card. FINGERPRINT CARD REQUIREMENTS Beginning March 1, 2004, each applicant for a Colorado educator license, authorization or endorsement, including the renewal of a license or authorization, is required to submit , at the time of application, a complete set of his or her fingerprints taken by a qualified law enforcement agency and a fingerprint card processing fee
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