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Visual Impairment and Sexual Health: An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Current Methods of Sex Education for Students with Visual Impairments

I wrote this literature review a while back for a research proposal assignment. My topic of interest–evaluating the effectiveness of current methods of sex education for students with visual impairments. 1,695 more words

Literature Review

There is not exactly a million research books on the topic of social media and teens and how technology affects the growth of social media. This is just mostly because of the fact that we, as a society, are still growing because technology is still advancing. 469 more words

E-Learning Readiness

E-Learning Program Readiness Study

by Mark Sivy

When considering the development of an e-learning training and talent development program, whether from the ground up or as an addition to an existing program, a thorough readiness study helps ensure its success. 1,020 more words

Talent Development

"Watch & Learn!" - Systematic Reviews of Non-experimental Studies

Today’s top tip: Want to find the strongest research evidence for your project?   Go to http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed & add the strongest type of research designs as one of your search terms. 422 more words

Evidence Based Practice



The main idea of the Well-Being food service is to deliver good food with calories and nutrition detail to people who care for their health. 505 more words

Literature Review