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Offer: Women Leaders For the World : Applications close on December 31, 2007

Women Leaders For the World Sunday July 19 - Sunday July 27, 2008 … Read More»

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London's AlertNet Launches New Tool to Help Journalists and Aid Agencies Connect

Here at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, I meet so many people doing amazing, innovative things in the field - and am continually inspired. Today, I had a conversation with Ruth Gidley from AlertNet, the Reuters Foundation site dedicated to "raising awareness of crises across the globe, particularly 'forgotten' emergencies that rarely make headlines." … Read More»

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Free Tools for Online Collaboration -- Google Docs

At the PulseWire office, we use Google Docs a lot. … Read More»

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RSS, Feeds, and Feedreaders: Put Them to Work for You

Is RSS a mystery to you? Get started with the basics: … Read More»

Web 2.0 Training: "Social" Media for Social Change

We are living Web 2.0... Let's collaborate and move mountains!

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10 Steps to Citizen Journalism Online, from the International Journalists' Network

The International Journalists' Network has created this interactive training module intended as a basic introduction to blogging. … Read More»

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IUN-INSTRAW Gender Leadership Training for Peacekeepers

UN-INSTRAW launched its new web resource on 'Gender Training for Peacekeepers'. The interactive resource fills a gap in the documentation of gender training opportunities for peacekeepers and aims to facilitate gender mainstreaming in peacekeeping operations. It presents an overview of pre-deployment and in-mission gender training provided to uniformed and civilian peacekeeping personnel and includes information and resources for institutions interested in incorporating gender issues onto their training … Read More»

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Wikis: What are they? Why are they useful?

Wikis are all the rage. What are they? Why are people so excited about them? How can I start one? Why would I want to? Read a basic description of wikis here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki When you're done there, you can find a lot more information at the oh-so-helpful site, Howstuffworks.com: http://computer.howstuffworks.com/wiki.htm. … Read More»

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