Christian Kreutz, Web 2.0 for Development Blogger, is in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam Now. Cambodian Education System Changes To OpenSource Software!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The new textbook teaches the use of Khmer language Free and Open Source applications, such as OpenOffice, Mekhala (Firefox) and Moyura (Thunderbird), which have been fully translated to Khmer language (Cambodian). I've been following Christian Kreutz 's blog, CrissCrossed Blog , which explores social changes through communication and focuses on the impact, potential and challenges of using Web2.0 tools in different cultures around the world.

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[VIDEO] Power Of Community In Strategic Planning

Bloomerang

I could practically teaching this class. We don’t have the language to talk about drug abuse and really aren’t equipped to be able to help them live a healthier lifestyle and address chemical use directly.

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Upcoming Nonprofits Live: Storytelling and Collaborative Video

Tech Soup Blog

We'll discuss best practices, platforms, cloud services and filesharing, how to edit together when you're not in the same place, and how to agree on ways to tell your story when you may not be speaking the same language. She is an experienced Director, Producer, Researcher, Screenwriter and Social Media Marketing Strategist with field and studio experience on large- and small-scale productions in the United States, England, Ghana, Thailand and Laos.

Participation in Storytelling: Collaborative Video on Nonprofits Live

Tech Soup Blog

We'll discuss best practices, platforms, cloud services and filesharing, how to edit together when you're not in the same place and how to agree on ways to tell your story when you may not be speaking the same language. She is an experienced Director, Producer, Researcher, Screenwriter and Social Media Marketing Strategist with field and studio experience on large- and small-scale productions in the United States, England, Ghana, Thailand and Laos.