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The tutorials are designed as slides with voice-over
narration. The narration will start automatically with each slide.
You may stop the narration by clicking on "stop narration". You
may play it again by clicking on "play narration". Dr Valian's
voice will say "next slide" when it is time for you to advance by clicking
Those using slower dialup connections may wish
to bypass the narration altogether. Transcripts for each tutorial
can be downloaded below; to bypass the narration, simply click on the
link called "bypass narration". You can print out a transcript
of the narration and read it as you look at each slide.
An outline frame at the left of the screen lists
all the slides. At any time, you can go to the outline and click
on whatever slide interests you.
You can view a tutorial by yourself or with a group of other people.
Some students have told us they have viewed the tutorials in a group,
and have stopped after many slides to discuss the material.
Before and after tutorial 1, a questionnaire will pop up. We value
your opinions and are interested in knowing what you already think about
gender issues. The questionnaire allows you to tell us. But
it is up to you; you can answer as few or as many questions as you like,
and you can submit a blank questionnaire. Your activity on the
questionnaires is completely voluntary. When you click on the
area that says "submit questionnaire and start tutorial", the
tutorial will begin. If you wish, you can send us queries or comments;
we welcome them (see "contact us").
Technical matters: you will probably have everything you need in order
to listen to the narration. If you do not currently have Adobe Acrobat
Reader, you can download it for free by clicking here. If you do not
currently have Flash Player, you can download it for free by clicking
here. We realize that some equipment will interact in unexpected
ways with our tutorials, so please tell us
about your technical problems. We hope, however, that the technical
imperfections you encounter will not prevent you from addressing issues
like the content, organization, and presentation of the material.
| This material is based upon work supported by the National
Science Foundation under Grant No. 0120465.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in
this material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the
views of the National Science Foundation.
| © 2004 Tutorials
Last revised: 25 March 2004
Comments and suggestions to Site
| Tutorials for Change, 509 Thomas Hunter
Department of Psychology
Hunter College of the City University of New York
695 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065 USA