“The book was born from conversations I have had with friends who have children and are concerned about them spending time on the internet, what they might encounter there and the devices they are using. Technology is a great enabler if used responsibly, but parents can feel it’s a struggle to keep up to speed with the pace of its development and that the etiquette for using it is often defined after the fact,” said Tony Anscombe, Senior Security Evangelist, AVG Technologies. ”I am a dad and I am also lucky to work for a company that provides products and services that help people to protect themselves and their families online. Yet even I find the culture shift driven by technology adoption and user behavior hard to keep up with, and my book sets out to help other parents just like me make sure they understand the basic privacy and protection options they can easily put in place.”
Grand Isle Free Library offers access to a database called Universal Class Info, which gives library patrons access to over 500 online courses?
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- Features of this online education opportunity:
- You will need to create an account and have a valid e-mail address to sign up for courses.
- You are welcome to enroll in up to 5 courses.
- You have up to 6 months to finish each course.
- You have access to your course 24/7 via the Internet.
- Attend class and do assignments on your schedule.
- Each course has a real instructor who you may communicate with using e-mail.
- These are non-credit courses and are provided for your personal enrichment
- These courses are not intended to be a substitute for any state, government, licensing, or educational requirements.
These are non-credit courses and are provided for your personal enrichment. These courses are not intended to be a substitute for any state, government, licensing, or educational requirements. Universal Class is offered at no cost to all Vermont Public Libraries by the Vermont Department of Libraries. All citizens of Vermont who have access to the services of a public library are eligible to use this online learning resource for free in the library or from remote sites.
Subjects include: Guitar Playing, Budgeting and Saving, Digital Photography, Babysitting 101, Algebra, History, American Government, Nutrition and many more!
This program supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, a federal agency, through the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Vermont Department of Libraries.
Accessing Ancestry.com Vermont through MyVermont.gov
Records from the Vermont State Archives on Ancestry.com are now available free of charge to Vermont residents via MyVermont.gov. The records are available through a partnership between Ancestry.com and the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration.
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Information on how you can access ANCESTRY.COM VERMONT through MYVERMONT.GOV — PDF page Ancestry Vermont FAQ
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s (AHRQ) mission is to improve the quality, safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of health care for all Americans. It is one of 12 agencies within the Department of Health and Human Services. AHRQ has identified 11 priority populations, one of which is women.
Peer-reviewed, evidence based resources on women’s health. The principal features of the site consist of 442 specialist chapters plus surgical videos, diagnostic atlases, laboratory tests and a special section on Safer Motherhood
The Office of Research on Women’s Health (ORWH) ensures that research conducted and supported by the NIH adequately addresses issues regarding women’s health. ORWH stimulates and encourages basic and clinical research on the role of sex and gender in health and disease, and sets NIH research priorities in diseases, disorders, and conditions that primarily affect women.
WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends. Here you will find WHO fact sheets, multimedia, statistics, programs and more on women’s health.
Careers & Employment
Employers often advertise job openings in three ways:
Individual company websites – Interested in a job at a specific company? Look on the company’s Web site.
Industry trade websites & listservs – Trade associations advertise jobs online. The Library can help you identify trade associations for your industry.
|Local and national job websites – List local and national job openings. Here are a few examples:AARP Job Search – For people over 50.CareerBuilderCraigslistMonsterUSAJOBS – Search for U.S. government jobs using the official job site of the United States federal government.VetJobs – For veterans of military service.Snagajob – Job search siteOccupational Outlook Handbook Welcome to the Nation′s premier source for career information! The profiles featured here cover hundreds of occupations and describe What They Do, Work Environment, How to Become One, Pay, and more. Each profile also includes BLS employment projections for the 2010–20 decade.|
The Vermont Department of Labor has a full array of services for job seekers.
These exclusive Vermont teaching jobs and other school jobs feature detailed information about each job and the employer. These school job postings are current and accurate to the best of our knowledge.