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This remarkable collection of material has been put together by Professor Trochim of the Department of Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell University. In his own words 'this website is for people involved in applied social research and evaluation'.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

This website, run by the publishers SAGE, aims to provide support for "researchers, students and university teachers who are interested in learning more about anything to do with research methods". It covers both qualitative and quantitative approaches and tailors the resources available according to the needs of each type of user. The website lists journals, organisations, software, mailing lists, conferences and websites that may be of interest, as well as books.

The media plays a valuable role in informing the public about HIV and AIDS. However, some terms which can be misleading about HIV/AIDS, or degrading to HIV-positive people, are not helpful. This factsheet discusses how vital it is that the National AIDS Trust's texts and presentations support the objectives of the 'Are you HIV prejudiced?' campaign by not using stigmatising language and terminology.