Lisa Barnett

Trina Hinkley1
Avery D Faigenbaum1
Anthony D Okely1
1Trina Hinkley
1Avery D Faigenbaum
1Anthony D Okely
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OBJECTIVES To identify factors associated with children's motor skills. DESIGN Cross-sectional. METHODS Australian preschool-aged children were recruited in 2009 as part of a larger study. Parent proxy-report of child factors (age, sex, parent perception of child skill, participation in unstructured and structured activity), self-report of parent(More)
OBJECTIVES The study aim was to assess rater agreement of the Resistance Training Skills Battery (RTSB) for adolescents. The RTSB provides an assessment of resistance training skill competency and includes six exercises. The RTSB can be used to assess performance and progress in adolescent resistance training programmes and to provide associated feedback to(More)
User Services attracts all types. This talent develops differently, and opportunity can knock on many doors. At New York University (NYU) School of Law, we had a few Helpdesk technicians who took a web development class. When our new exam software came without robust administrative/management tools, opportunity did knock. We started off in PHP, scarfed some(More)
At NYU School of Law, all of our exams are administered using technology. By using the words 'exam' and 'technology' in the same sentence, you add challenges. This paper explores our user support strategy developed and refined over the past 6 years to address these challenges for in-class, take-home, and remotely administered exams. We will discuss our(More)
Documentation is a required part of a complete software product or network service. Whether its shareware or shrink-wrapped, the company has to tell the user something about how to use the product. Companies must choose what level of written documentadon the customer receives with the product. Even though documentation is a required part of the product, it(More)
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