Ideas for Best Practices Image

Subject: Ideas for Best Practices Image
From: "Nelson, Julie " <JOHNST -at- acehardware -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2005 14:55:20 -0600


I'm working on a web site that includes links to different types of
learning tools (application training, documentation, flowcharts,
tutorials, quizzes, etc.). A request has been made to include links to
"best practices" on this site. Each learning tool is a separate page.
The top of the page includes the specific heading (Documents, Tutorials,
Job Aids, etc.) and a small image that is used to identify that
particular learning tool. For example, the Documents image is a picture
of an open book, Tutorials is a picture of film/tape, Flowcharts is a
picture of 3 different color arrows in a circle. Does anyone have
suggestions on image that I could use for best practices. The only
things I can think of is a lightbulb, bulls eye target or a hand holding
up index finger with string tied around it(remember sign).

Let me know if you can think of any clipart ideas/sites.

Thanks for your help.


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