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NOVEMBER 17, 2009 Schools using social media but not for fundraising
I spent the last 3 days at the CASE District VII conference, for schools in AZ, CA, Guam, HI, NV, and UT. Very few speakers or attendees reported using these tools for fundraising, though. UC Berkeley talked about a badge that donors can post to their Facebook pages after making a gift ("I Feed The Bears").
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| || || | BENEBLOG: TECHNOLOGY MEETS SOCIETY
NOVEMBER 18, 2007 Bookshare.org milestones
We spent time talking with OSEP and our new partners from the University of Guam. We'll be working for Guam to help set up a system for assistive technology and media for disabled students with nine Pacific island entities. Bookshare.org hits 35,000 Books! It's always exciting when we hit another milestone like this. Mr. Jim and Ms.
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- Social Enterprise: Black Pearls from Nukuoro Atoll
By the way, Mike and Mary work for the University of Guam
at the Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, Education, Research and Services (CEDDERS), who manages the Pacific Consortium for Instructional Materials Accessibility Project (CIMAP), which is the whole reason I'm here in the Pacific! These have small airstrips. MORE >>
- Donna Leads a Home Visit to a Blind Toddler
She's even been to Pingelap with Mary Kidd from Guam
, taking the ship Micro Glory for 24 hours, sleeping on a straw mat on one of the upper decks. In addition to meeting with key leaders and visiting schools, Donna McNear really wanted me to see blind children in their homes. She has also made Micronesia her professional mission focus. MORE >>
- Guam and the Consortium
The final stop for my Micronesia trip was Guam
, a U.S. Arriving on Guam
felt like coming back to the United States, although it's more like Hawaii than the mainland! Guam
has a huge American military presence: the armed forces control about a third of the island. The military and tourism are Guam's
two big industry. MORE >>
- Reflections on Micronesia
has special building codes for typhoons, kind of like California's earthquake-inspired building codes. But the dried version I had on Guam
was better, and gives you a warm feeling. Micronesia left quite an impression on me. think it's one of the great perks of my job, working in the nonprofit sector. It's incredibly beautiful. MORE >>
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