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This article introduces the educational solutions module of the world’s most recent personal and professional problem-solving site, describing competitive offerings, the customer profile, problem-oriented solutions, target markets, product offerings, and usability features. It concludes that the module is a significant contribution to the information superhighway.

Introduction

This article aims to introduce the educational solutions module of the world’s most recent personal and professional problem-solving site. The report is addressed to readers who may have an academic problem bogging them and who may be looking for a way out of their predicament. The reader may be a parent, child, or student.

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It is a common fact of life that we all have problems. We are often frustrated or lash out because of our inability to find accessible and reliable information about our issues. This specialist site fills this need – as our pragmatic friend for solving our educational problems. To be of the most effective use to people, a problem-solving site must combine practical discussions of their personal or professional problem with merchant products that provide more detailed information.

Typically, the website will provide free information in news, articles, and advice, which direct the visitor on what to do to solve her problems. Complementing this, the website will also provide merchant products that discuss how the visitor can resolve her issue in detail. This means that the most effective, visitor-oriented problem-solving site will be an information-packed commercial site – and so is the world’s most recent personal and professional problem-solving site and its specialist sites. The approach we have adopted below describes competitive offerings, the customer profile, problem-oriented solutions, target markets, product offerings, and usability features.

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Competitive Offerings

The following are the top educational sites on the Internet, along with their offerings. US Department of Education. It defines the US education policy and provides information on financial aid, academic research and statistics, grants and contracts, and teaching and learning resources.

Educational Testing Service. It provides a range of test resources.

FunBrain.com. Provides educational games for K-8 kids.

PrimaryGames.com. Provides fun learning tools and games for kids.

GEM. It provides educational resources such as lesson plans and other teaching and learning resources.

Education World. It provides advice on lesson plans, professional development, and technology integration.

NASA Education Enterprise. It provides educational materials and information relating to space exploration.

Spartacus Educational. It is a British online encyclopedia that focuses on historical topics.

Department for Education and Skills. It is a UK government department site that offers information and advice on various educational and skills topics. Times Educational Supplement. It offers teaching news, teaching & educational resources, and active forums to help UK teachers. All these sites are helpful in the domains that they cover. Their main limitations are as follows:

1. They tend to cover only a very narrow segment of the educational market.
2. They do not take as their starting point the daily educational needs of the typical family.
3. They lack a problem focus; i.e., they do not formulate the typical learning and educational problems that pupils, students, and parents face daily.
4. As a result of the initial point, the solutions offered are not as intelligent (i.e., as problem-centered) as they could be.
5. They do not offer merchant products that deepen the visitor’s understanding of her problem and the consequent solutions.

The educational solutions module of the world’s most recent personal and professional problem-solving site addresses these problems by targeting a diversity of market segments, adopting a customer profile that fits the typical education-pursuing family, considering the specific needs or issues that this family may face, offering incisive (problem-centered) solutions to the various problems, and offering a range of merchant products that deepen the visitor’s appreciation of her difficulties and of the solutions that apply to them.

Susan M. Davis

Tv expert. Proud web nerd. Friend of animals everywhere. Hipster-friendly coffee trailblazer. Spent college summers short selling clip-on ties in Hanford, CA. Spent two years developing jack-in-the-boxes for fun and profit. At the moment I'm merchandising human growth hormone in Prescott, AZ. Spent several years implementing birdhouses for the underprivileged. Had some great experience lecturing about spit-takes worldwide. What gets me going now is building chess sets in the aftermarket.

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