Elisabeth Freeman

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PURPOSE To explore the potential for the information superhighway to provide radiologists with new opportunities. MATERIALS AND METHODS The Internet was used as the communication and distribution medium. MOSAIC, a graphical interface, provided access for clients, and a computer was used to serve text, images, sound, and cine onto the Internet. RESULTS(More)
Visual programming languages use graphics to visualize and aid in the understanding of programs. We describe the graph-ical techniques used in the MAP environment to visualize the workspace, data, programs and program executions. Meta information is one approach to supplementing the basic functionality provided in the visual programming environment. We(More)
T he dramatic growth of the World Wide Web (WWW) over the past year indicates its increasing value as a tool f o r information sharing among networked communities. As the Web has grown, the online availability of information relating to women in computing has steadily expanded. Recognizing both the potential value of this dispersed information and the lack(More)
This article addresses barriers to family and community self-sufficiency. Many of these barriers have resulted from policymakers' biased definitions of self-sufficiency and related social program reforms. Social workers need to understand the worldviews and values that underlie political definitions of self-sufficiency to have a greater influence on social(More)