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Higher Education Funding & Grant Resources


Similar to the funders in my previous post on education , the organizations listed below focus their efforts on activities inside and outside of the classroom. Their priorities range from facilitating book donation drives to supporting arts education to funding playground construction and family literacy programs. . The Lisa Libraries.

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Remote Technology in the Pandemic: Rebalancing Toward Equity and Access

Non Profit Quarterly

And…they know technology, so they’re also an asset to help teach other volunteers. This was part of the national conversation when schools pivoted to online classrooms, which catered to families with reliable internet, ample supply of modern devices, and space to use them.


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9 Amazing Organizations Share Their Tech Success

Tech Soup Blog

Over the past year, we've been doing TechSoup Impact stories about nonprofits, churches, and libraries doing great work with TechSoup product donations. " Waukesha Public Library. An increasing number of public libraries are discovering TechSoup donations, but few are maxing them out like Waukesha Public Library in Wisconsin.

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The Birth of a Field: Digital Media and Learning

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The environment for learning is no longer in the classroom and its online, and outside of school. Young people have access to computers in schools and libraries, but there is a difference in the quality of experience. He noted that media literacy has to be integrated as a skill set in all places. It starts in the home.

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Writing to Change the World

Have Fun - Do Good

For the past five years, the Mercantile Library in Cincinnati has honored Harriet Beecher Stowe's birthday by asking a writer to give the annual Harriet Beecher Stowe Lecture about, "Writing to Change the World." Anya Achtenberg will be teaching an online workshop, Writing for Social Change: Re-Dream a Just World, later this year.

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Games for Change 2007: Funders Perspective Panel

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Mentioned recent studies about taking laptops out of the classroom and there is a problem with using old metrics and it is important to look for new metrics and rethink learning environments in general. It is a new form of teaching, not just skill-based learning. It is a new form of teaching, not just skill-based learning.

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