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Connecting BTOP Peers to Collaborate, Learn, and Train

Tech Soup Blog

A few weeks back, my co-worker Kami Griffiths , got on the phone with Steve Podgainy, the executive director of the Portland Public Library in Maine to talk to him about their project. The project has about 100 participating libraries across Maine, working to enhance or establish public computing centers and technical training for patrons.

NTC Storytellers: Accidental Technologist, Volume One


This blog entry and the theme of "Tech" will focus on what I hear from others, no matter the significance, newness or pros or cons as the story is sharing, the sharing is key to learning. 11ntc Collaboration learning sharing storytelling IT StaffAll this time I've been using third party compression tools.

Digital Analytics Basics: Free Online Academy from Google

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Taking self-directed and collaborative learning a step further is peeragogy. Guidance on how to build an effective measurement plan.

Peeragogy: Self Organized Peer Learning in Networks

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

What struck me was his authentic co-learning process with his students. This should be a fascinating learning journey. It resonated.

The Launch Ticker = Awesome Way to Get Your Tech News Fix


I have discovered the most awesome thing ever. Look at the blog post explaining the site though and you’ll see there’s a lot more going on here.

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London Net Tuesday January - Resolutions for Learning

Amy Sample Ward

Join us for Net Tuesday London, this month: Resolutions for Learning! January’s event will ask questions like: How do you manage your learning? Where do you go to connect with other online who are learning about or interested in the same things you are? 6:15-7:00 - Learning discussion groups & idea sharing.

7 Reasons Nonprofits Need iPads


Smartboards and lightweight laptops such as the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) and NEO2 already providing alternative learning experiences. pounds.

Great reads from around the web on April 28th

Amy Sample Ward

We hope to establish a collaborative learning community — with plenty of space for ideas and wisdom of the field. We aim to work together to create a vision for meeting the education and learning needs of people in our field. Name-calling is never nice — that much most of us learned in kindergarten.

Get to Know the Lodestar Center: Lili Wang

ASU Lodestar Center

I am also interested in the intersection of the government and the nonprofit sectors, which includes cross-sector collaboration, nonprofit provision of public services, etc. What has been the most important lesson you’ve learned in your career? migrant associations, and government-nonprofit collaboration. Lili Wang, Ph.D.,

Thank You Fernanda Ibarra: She's Number 7!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I am a multiplayer giving a lot of focus into the Web (online communities, socialnetworks, collaborative learning). Full Size Photo here.

From Community Arts To Community of Online Learners: Janet Salmons, Ph.D

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Most of the projects with these programs were carried out collaboratively; so I had a chance to see how different kinds of organizations, from grassroots to national, operate. It focused on collaborative e-learning. A premise for this work is that we need to be better at working collaboratively???whether BElearner.

NpTech Tag Roundup: Election Day, NPTech Blog Chatter, and Tool Talk

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The Knowledge-at-Work blog writes about when learning and knowledge collide -- and the importance of collaborative learning networks.