Newseum, Google and YouTube Commemorate The Fallen Journalists of 2010

On May 16th 2011, Washington DC’s Newseum – interactive media museum that instills an appreciation of the importance of a free press and the US’ First Amendment – hosted the Journalists Memorial Rededication
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The Self-Imposed Challenge: Assessment and Games-Based Learning

(Cross-posted from Aaron’s blog)

For all the talk about games-based learning and gamification of the classroom, I’m surprised the question of assessment hasn’t come up as often as it should have. If it does …
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Three Take-Aways from the Ashoka and World Bank Event: Public Goods through Social Enterprises

Last Wednesday, Ashoka delivered a terrific panel conversation at the World Bank called, Public Goods through Social Enterprises: Creating Hybrid Value Chains. Bill Drayton and Valeria Budinich spearheaded the discussion with their thoughts on the growing …
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TechChange & Twitter Chat on Friday, June 3rd

How can digital activists harness new technologies, tools, and platforms to be as effective as possible in their work?

Digital organizing has arguably been at the heart of the recent protests in the Arab world. In the …
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e-Portfolios: Networking Across Continents

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Whether you think of HTML as a familiar friend or a terrifying alien monster, we can all agree that sometimes code just takes too much time.  In an attempt to help …
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Exchange 2.0: The Conversation Continues

This is the second post in a two part series on this topic. The first installment was written by TJ earlier in the week.

The Exchange 2.0 conference at the U.S. Institute of Peace on 4/27 offered …
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Exchange 2.0- Weighing the Benefits of Increased Intercultural Awareness

This is part one of a two part series on Exchange 2.0.

Even though I never had the chance to do a study abroad, for ten years of my life I had over 150 international …
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