If I click on the title of a resource, I will find a page devoted to that particular resource. What information will I find?

Click on the title of a resource to access a page devoted to that particular resource. That page includes:

  • A complete summary of the resource. This summary was written by the member who submitted the resource to the site.
  • The source of the resource. The source is the person or organization that created the resource. This can be different from the member who submitted the resource to the site.
  • The resource itself. Beneath the source, you will see either “File” or “Link.” Next to that, you will see a link. Click on the link to access the resource. Clicking a file will allow you to download the resource to your computer. Clicking a link will take you to a page outside of the Foster Ed Connect website, where you can view the resource.
  • Subjects covered by, or related to, the resource. When a member submits a resource, he or she is given the opportunity to select the subjects that appear here. The member selects from all of the headings and subheadings that appear on the “Resources by Subject” tab. In other words, this category lists every subject the resource was “tagged” with by the member who shared it. All of the subjects listed are links. Clicking any one of them works just as if you had clicked that link on the page for browsing resources: it will bring you to a page with a list of resources that were tagged with that subject.
  • Roles. The roles listed indicate who the resource is for. When a member submits a resource, he or she is given the opportunity to select the roles that appear here. In other words, this category lists every role the resource was “tagged” with by the member who shared it. All of the subjects and roles listed are links. All of the roles listed are links. Clicking any one of them works just as if you had clicked that link on the page for browsing resources: it will bring you to a page with a list of resources that were tagged with that role.
  • Age group. The age group indicates the age of the foster youth for whom the resource is relevant.
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