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    Website Review for HRSA

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    Search the Internet to identify a Web site intended as a resource for human services and analyze the site based on evaluation criteria as stated in the above tutorial, or from another reliable source.

    Discuss your findings. Include a discussion on the value and relevance of this site to clients or human services agencies. Remember to correctly site all sources, including the web pages you are visiting.

    I need help finding a good website and maybe some tips.

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    Dear Student,
    Hi. I understand that it could be quite difficult deciding the right website to present as a possible resource. Since you did not indicate what evaluation criteria you are using, I am going to make some assumptions as to what they are - that the website is accessible, reliable, updated regularly and easy to navigate. As such, I will suggest a government website. This is important I think because the primary human services agencies that serve our country are government agencies and it is the responsibility of said agencies to make sure that they have conduits online that can be used by all citizens that they are accessible and easy to understand. Additionally, it is the responsibility of government agencies, include human services agencies, to look into new technological products and techniques that they can use in improving and developing the way they do their tasks and roles and this includes the utilization of IT and the internet. I have written a solution on this very problem before and I found that the website of the Health Resources and Services ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution provides a possible website that can be of use to the problem (see above), provides an outline that the student can use to evaluate it as well as a sample 'Introduction' paragraph containing a main idea. References are listed for further exploration of the topic.