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I'm excited to be talking with Kelly Hogaboom, a "lady, writer, mother, wife, sister, daughter, stitcher, and subscription-service black market restauranteur living in wet and green Hoquiam, Washington State, the United States." She's also a blogger, unschooling parent, and all-round very cool person, as well as being someone with LOTS of interesting and eye-opening things to say (about unschooling, adultism, feminism, parenting, consensual living, and a variety of othe
This mornings program is designed to prepare you for Night Talk this evening. What is most important to you in 2011? Family, Government, Spirituality, Jobs, etc. Who should lead the black Agenda?
My project takes an intimate look at an online fan community, one centered around the romantic pairing of Luke Snyder and Noah Mayer on the daytime drama As the World Turns. I take an autoethnographic approach as I describe my personal experiences, views, and feelings about the evolution of the fan community from its inception in 2007 through its current dissolution after the program's ending in 2010. Through interviews with several fans, both in person at events and online via e-mail and Skyp
I am 44 yrs old and just earned my Masters degree last December. It was a personal fullfilment decision for me but I have had classmates thst had various other reasons for returning or initially attending college. As education is my major, I persoanlly believe that it is never too late to return to or start college. Education is lifelong and perpetual. Join me for this very important and inspirational topic.
LiAnna Davis, communications associate at the Wikimedia Foundation’s Public Policy Initiative, and Ryan Dellolio, web program manager at George Washington University and Wikipedia contributor, will discuss Wikipedia and higher education. Some of the questions discussed will be:
-Is it appropriate for colleges and universities to edit their own Wikipedia pages?
-Should professors be discouraging their students from citing Wikipedia in their papers?
-What is the Wikimedia Foundation’s Publi
NJPSA Legislative Conference and Annual Membership Meeting
Many agree that education is the foundation to a more fulfilling life. It's certainly the jumping-off point for all who've gone on to make amazing discoveries, solve civil engineering issues, launch startups, create unforgettable art and provide for families. To paraphrase Michelangelo, we're all still learning, and it's never too late to cultivate a skill or explore new career opportunities. Our education offerings may be the start of your next big adventure, or give you insight into the human condition. Prepping for exams? Get strategy for the CPA exam, GED, LSAT, GMAT, SAT and more. Join the conversation on all and sundry topics you wish to learn more about, including philosophy, how to be an effective teacher, human rights, leadership development, adult learning, school reform, the financial crisis, antiques, disaster preparedness, racism, youth conference workshops, marketing, playwrighting, even how to be a hot dog vendor or make your own tarot deck.
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