PROJECT GOAL The goal of this project is to improve the quality of care provided to residents in nursing homes; in areas of lower socioeconomic status, and those insured by….
In a paper, reflect upon what strategies community developers could enact to capitalize on the internet, not only to provide government services to citizens, but also to spark renewed development and interest in local communities.
Community development increasingly relies upon the internet to bridge divisions and to forge linkages among disparate communities. From Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn, to instant messaging and e-mail, communities across the United States have turned to the internet as a way to not only connect communities, but also to provide core government services. It is not an exaggeration to claim that the internet has transformed the way that communities do business.
In a paper, reflect upon what strategies community developers could enact to capitalize on the internet, not only to provide government services to citizens, but also to spark renewed development and interest in local communities. You may wish to focus on the following considerations:
- Do all citizens need internet access? If so, how can communities provide greater access to broadband internet for their citizens? How would this enhance responsible community development?
- What government services can be transmitted to citizens via the internet? Which should not? Why?
- Are social networking sites an effective mechanism for communities to link citizens and to encourage community development?
- What dangers, if any, confront community developers as they seek new technological means to provide linkages among citizens, and between government agencies and citizens?
You may, and indeed are encouraged to, support your arguments using strategies that you have either read about in the news or that you have seen enacted in your local communities. Use this as an opportunity to brainstorm about ways that community development can be enhanced in the Internet Age.
- Be 15 to 20 pages in length
- Include a minimum of seven (7) sources and reference your sources. Sources should be adequately chosen to provide substance and perspectives on the issue.
- Have the size/font set to 12 point and Times New Roman
- Be double-spaced
- Be formatted according to APA .Make sure to include headings, per APA guidelines.
PLEASE INCLUDE annotated bibliography
purpose of the annotated bibliography is to summarize and assess your sources.
Each annotated bibliography entry includes three paragraphs:
- Paragraph 1: The first paragraph provides a brief summary of the article (i.e., author’s main points and research).
- Paragraph 2: The second paragraph examines the article’s strengths and weaknesses and evaluates the research method(s) used by the author(s).
- Paragraph 3: The third paragraph explains how your source is important and useful for your Portfolio Project.