The purpose of this Web site is to provide the public with the most
current information about the integration of technology into
counseling and career development and the designing of career
This Web site takes a user centered, need-based approach to
organizing and delivering information. This method encourages you to
explore our site and form linkages between your
needs and our information. Follow this link to learn more about
approach to Web site design.
To make effective use of this site, go to our home
page and choose the category of person that most resembles you.
Then follow the links that best fit your needs. Be sure to read the
text below the links for our recommendations about how to best
utilize our information.
If you would like to avoid this need-based approach and go
directly to a specific resource, click the site
map tool on the left. You can also use the search
tools to find information if you have a more focused question.
Many of our documents are published in Microsoft Word and
PowerPoint formats as well as in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).
If you do not use Microsoft Office, you may wish to download and
install the Microsoft
Word Viewer and the Microsoft
PowerPoint viewer. You may also want to learn how to print
PowerPoint slides for easy reading or note taking. For best results browse our site with Microsoft
Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher. Netscape
Navigator 4.0 or higher may also be used.
Click on about
us to learn about who we are and where we work. Also visit what's
new to stay current on recent Tech Center presentations (many of
which can be downloaded), publications, and other activities.
Center and FSU links will take you to the Web sites of our parent organizations
where you can learn more about other activities at The Career Center
and Florida State University.
You will also see several icons as you browse our site. These
icons behave as follows:
||Opens a pop-up window on how to best use the
||Opens or saves a Word document.
||Opens or saves a PowerPoint document.
||Opens or saves an Excel document
||Saves a piece of software for installation.
||Opens a new browser window containing a
different Web site.