Bookshare International Now Serves Thirty Countries

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DAISY accessibility International a11y Norway Austria global library Brazil Bookshare Arabic MadaPeople with print disabilities around the world have a right to high-quality ebooks that they can read with assistive technology. Benetech’s Bookshare library continues to expand its international service providing accessible books and publications to members in more than 30 countries.

#Buypens – Social Media and Crowdfunding Helps Syrian Refugee

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

People who know me well, know that I have an obsession with pens and magic markers. So, when this viral fundraising campaign – #BuyPens – to help Syrian refugee came across my radar, it immediately caught my attention.

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Free Webinar on October 23! Five Reasons Why Your Nonprofit Should Prioritize the Mobile Web in 2014

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Free Webinar on February 27: 10 Online Communications and Fundraising Best Practices for NGOs

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6 Reasons Why We’re Slacktivists: The Psychology Of Liking Causes On Facebook | Co.Exist | ideas impact

AFP Blog

A new study, published in the International Journal of Web Based Communities, provides a detailed breakdown, based on an online survey of Facebook users conducted by two researchers from the Scandinavian research organization SINTEF in Oslo, Norway 6 Reasons Why We’re Slacktivists: The Psychology Of Liking Causes On Facebook | Co.Exist | ideas impact : Whether or not this criticism holds water depends, in part, on why people like a cause in the first place.

Benetech: President's Update

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We now have more than 3,500 users in over 140 countries using Miradi for projects as varied as a coordinated national strategy for the preservation of the chimpanzees in Tanzania, to the development of management plans for two Marine National parks bordering Sweden and Norway.

Fall Webinar Special for Nonprofits

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The New Miradi

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Environmental planners from Sweden and Norway are using Miradi to develop management plans for the Swedish Kosterhavet Marine National Park and the Ytre Hvaler National Park in Norway which share the same marine area.

Summer Webinar Special for Nonprofits

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Spring Webinar Special for Nonprofits

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Morgan Sully believes We Operate Better Together

Amy Sample Ward

Let Morgan know of any cool places worth checking out in England, Holland or Norway. We operate best together. Working from this premise, this travel documentary project seeks to answer the question: How is global social change made where media, technology and creative people meet?

Great reads from around the web on June 13th

Amy Sample Ward

Norway, and Russia, while most of its gains came in countries in the developing world, including Mexico and India." I come across so many great conversations, ideas, and resources all over the web every day. Here are some of the most interesting things I’ve found recently (as of June 13th). You can join the conversations in the comments, or click through to the original posts to find what others are saying.

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Book Review: iPhone Millionaire

SocialFish

His consulting clients include The BBC, TV-24/Germany, TV4/Sweden, Oxygen Media, BBC, KBC, TVL, Danmarks Radio (DK), TV-3 Sweden, Norway & Denmark, Tokyo Broadcasting, and Korea Broadcasting. This is a guest post from Michael Rosenblum , author of iPhone Millionaire.

The Davos Blur

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Prince Haakon of Norway kicked off the session, along with our moderator, Angel Cabrera, the dean of the Thunderbird Business School. The Davos scene is nonstop: it starts with breakfast meetings at 8 am and ends typically after midnight.

Austria conference on access technology

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But, I felt like her conclusion was really that the way that DAISY solutions are implemented in Norway (and just about everyplace else today) are not universally designed, not that the DAISY standard itself was the problem. I just got back from a terrific week in Austria at the International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs conference.

Winter Webinar Special for Nonprofits

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If Norway had the intellect to protect six rivers, why are we not able to preserve two? Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Wild Salmon Wild Salmon Last Updated on Friday, 17 March 2006 09:53 Written by Steve Friday, 17 March 2006 09:52 Tonight, during dinner, I was thinking about the panel discussion I’m going to be a part of the Nonprofit Technology Conference in Seattle on Thursday.