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The Resource Women, work, and the Web : how the Web creates entrepreneurial opportunities, edited by Carol Smallwood

Women, work, and the Web : how the Web creates entrepreneurial opportunities, edited by Carol Smallwood

Label
Women, work, and the Web : how the Web creates entrepreneurial opportunities
Title
Women, work, and the Web
Title remainder
how the Web creates entrepreneurial opportunities
Statement of responsibility
edited by Carol Smallwood
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
658.1/141082
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1939-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Smallwood, Carol
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Self-employed women
  • Internet and women
  • Businesswomen
  • Small business
  • Electronic commerce
  • Internet marketing
  • Internet publishing
  • Businesswomen
  • Electronic commerce
  • Internet and women
  • Internet marketing
  • Internet publishing
  • Self-employed women
  • Small business
Label
Women, work, and the Web : how the Web creates entrepreneurial opportunities, edited by Carol Smallwood
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Kara Poe Alexander
  • Find a Hub
  • Kamina Holmes
  • Keeping My Place at the Table: Growing with a Business
  • Liz Webler Rowell
  • KHORAI: Promoting Reproductive and Maternal Mental Health through an Innovative Web Presence
  • Marie Hansen Tasha Muresan , and Aurélie Athan
  • Leveraging the Power of the Web for Work: Female Veterans̕ Online Efforts to Combat Unemployment
  • D. Alexis Hart and Mariana Grohowski
  • Tips for Starting Your Own Dream Business on eBay and Etsy in Thirty Days or Less
  • Part I. Fostering change.
  • Kathleen Clauson
  • Part II.
  • Running a Business.
  • Plus-Size Fashion Blogging for a "Size" of Our Own
  • Jill Andrew and Aisha Fairclough
  • Leveraging the Linky Party: Knowledge Sharing in the Blogosphere
  • Jennifer Russum
  • Looking at the Technology Trends of Life Coaches: Finding and Using Successful Online Businss-Building Tools
  • Melissa Cornwell
  • Social, Digital, and Business Entrepreneurship: From Online Community to Business Opportunity
  • Blogging to Create Change
  • Jennifer Sintime
  • Vodcasting for Profit
  • Amanda Peach
  • Women in Work Boots: A Website Profiling Women in the Trades
  • Jennifer Sintime
  • Part III.
  • Educational Applications.
  • Entrepreneurship Research: Using the Tools at Your Local Library
  • Lura Sanborn
  • Editing Student Writing
  • Amanda Peach
  • Amy J. Barnickel
  • Online Instructors: The New Face of Education
  • Judy Donovan, Julie Adkins, and Debbie Carpenter
  • The Six Ps of Editorial Assistantships: How the Web Paid For My Doctoral Education
  • Jenny Ungbha Korn
  • Teaching Online from Home
  • Katherine Sanger
  • A Woman's Journey through the Web
  • Robert Simpson
  • Part IV. Personal Aspects.
  • Creating Opportunities for Women on the Web: A Mother's Quest
  • Getting the Most Out of a Virtual Internship
  • Laura Francabandera
  • How the Internet Has Opened Doors for Women with Disabilities
  • K Royal
  • Reducing the Caregiver's Burden
  • Darra Hofman
  • Part V.
  • Publishing and Writing.
  • Founding an Online Magazine Inspired by Travel Written by Women
  • Sarah Menkedick
  • Denise Powell
  • Founding and Running Sheila Bender's Writing It Real
  • Sheila Bender
  • Founding Female Editors: Your Voice, Your Vision, and How to Make It a Reality
  • Nicole M. Bouchard
  • Self-Publishing in a Male-Dominated Publishing World
  • Leanne Olson
  • Girl's Human Rights and Virtual Empowerment: Celebrating the First International Day of the Girl with a Virtual Summit
  • Emily Bent
  • Establishing Onllne Business Identities: How Female Small Business Owners Use Social Media to Market Their Business
Control code
ocn889184982
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 279 pages
Isbn
9781442244276
Isbn Type
(Paperback)
Lccn
2014032086
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
40024588510
System control number
(OCoLC)889184982
Label
Women, work, and the Web : how the Web creates entrepreneurial opportunities, edited by Carol Smallwood
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Kara Poe Alexander
  • Find a Hub
  • Kamina Holmes
  • Keeping My Place at the Table: Growing with a Business
  • Liz Webler Rowell
  • KHORAI: Promoting Reproductive and Maternal Mental Health through an Innovative Web Presence
  • Marie Hansen Tasha Muresan , and Aurélie Athan
  • Leveraging the Power of the Web for Work: Female Veterans̕ Online Efforts to Combat Unemployment
  • D. Alexis Hart and Mariana Grohowski
  • Tips for Starting Your Own Dream Business on eBay and Etsy in Thirty Days or Less
  • Part I. Fostering change.
  • Kathleen Clauson
  • Part II.
  • Running a Business.
  • Plus-Size Fashion Blogging for a "Size" of Our Own
  • Jill Andrew and Aisha Fairclough
  • Leveraging the Linky Party: Knowledge Sharing in the Blogosphere
  • Jennifer Russum
  • Looking at the Technology Trends of Life Coaches: Finding and Using Successful Online Businss-Building Tools
  • Melissa Cornwell
  • Social, Digital, and Business Entrepreneurship: From Online Community to Business Opportunity
  • Blogging to Create Change
  • Jennifer Sintime
  • Vodcasting for Profit
  • Amanda Peach
  • Women in Work Boots: A Website Profiling Women in the Trades
  • Jennifer Sintime
  • Part III.
  • Educational Applications.
  • Entrepreneurship Research: Using the Tools at Your Local Library
  • Lura Sanborn
  • Editing Student Writing
  • Amanda Peach
  • Amy J. Barnickel
  • Online Instructors: The New Face of Education
  • Judy Donovan, Julie Adkins, and Debbie Carpenter
  • The Six Ps of Editorial Assistantships: How the Web Paid For My Doctoral Education
  • Jenny Ungbha Korn
  • Teaching Online from Home
  • Katherine Sanger
  • A Woman's Journey through the Web
  • Robert Simpson
  • Part IV. Personal Aspects.
  • Creating Opportunities for Women on the Web: A Mother's Quest
  • Getting the Most Out of a Virtual Internship
  • Laura Francabandera
  • How the Internet Has Opened Doors for Women with Disabilities
  • K Royal
  • Reducing the Caregiver's Burden
  • Darra Hofman
  • Part V.
  • Publishing and Writing.
  • Founding an Online Magazine Inspired by Travel Written by Women
  • Sarah Menkedick
  • Denise Powell
  • Founding and Running Sheila Bender's Writing It Real
  • Sheila Bender
  • Founding Female Editors: Your Voice, Your Vision, and How to Make It a Reality
  • Nicole M. Bouchard
  • Self-Publishing in a Male-Dominated Publishing World
  • Leanne Olson
  • Girl's Human Rights and Virtual Empowerment: Celebrating the First International Day of the Girl with a Virtual Summit
  • Emily Bent
  • Establishing Onllne Business Identities: How Female Small Business Owners Use Social Media to Market Their Business
Control code
ocn889184982
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 279 pages
Isbn
9781442244276
Isbn Type
(Paperback)
Lccn
2014032086
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
40024588510
System control number
(OCoLC)889184982

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