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In this article, we have shown the utility of conducting Internet-based investigations at the local level.
Bell, Fonarow, Hays, and Magione (2000) studied the learning efficacy of 162 family practice and internal medicine residents at four universities utilizing an Internet-based tutorial system.
We have found that our project management portfolio receives tremendous benefits by using an Internet-based system to manage facility operations.
This finding seems to indicate that as time passes and students become more familiar with internet-based methodology, their attitudinal levels toward teaching and learning as well as toward satisfaction may well improve and justify a transfer to mass use of internet-based instructional and learning methodology, especially as their achievement levels are little different from those of students who participate in traditional style courses.
HealthTrio(TM), a leading provider of e-health and core business solutions for the managed care industry, and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care today announced that Harvard Pilgrim has processed its 10 millionth transaction through HealthTrio connect(TM), an Internet-based health management system.
This report provides a unique perspective on the theory and utility of RSS and other Internet-based content syndication technologies as well as their present and potential uses.
Using inexpensive, readily available DNA test results, along with Internet-based genetic-genealogy databases, those researching family history can now trace pedigree through the unbreakable links revealed by the science of molecular genealogy.
APS will also deploy an Internet-based plan of care, APS CareConnection(R) for health and care management, in tandem with the chronic care program.
is a leading provider of Internet-based loan origination services for mortgage brokers via its WMCDirect Web site at www.
Nasdaq/NM:HSTM), a leading provider of learning solutions for the healthcare industry, today announced that it has been selected by western Connecticut's Danbury Hospital to offer its Internet-based Healthcare Learning Center(TM) to their 2,500 employees.
Help Desk Institute (HDI), the world's largest industry association for help desk and support professionals, today announced the release of its newest research report, iSupport Report: A Benchmark & Analysis of Internet-based Support Practices & Performance.

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