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Audio feature: Parenting 2.0: How do parents use the Internet?

MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL, Minn. (7/16/2010) --The University of Minnesota Moment free audio feature for the week of Monday, July 19, is available to Minnesota media:

Parenting 2.0: How do parents use the Internet?

University of Minnesota researchers in Extension and the College of Education and Human Development recently launched a new online research project called "Parenting 2.0" to determine how parents utilize the Internet and technology. Extension family relations specialist Jodi Dworkin explains the goal of the research.

Dworkin also says the Internet can connect parents to provide support and share advice.

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For other formats, contact Ryan Maus, The feature and archives can be found at the U of M Moment site.

Parents who use the Internet and are willing to share their experiences are encouraged to visit a survey website at The survey takes approximately 20 minutes to complete.

The U of M Moment is a service of the University of Minnesota News Service, Office of University Relations, 3 Morrill Hall, 100 Church St. S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55455. Delivered every Thursday, the U of M Moment is a 90-second radio vignette featuring University of Minnesota expert commentary on rural, local and world issues, groundbreaking research and what the U of M is doing everyday to improve the global quality of life.

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