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Banned books and digital resistance
As Calls to Ban Books Intensify, Digital Librarians Offer Perspective Posted on November 24, 2021 by Caralee Adams Image credit: Roger Nomer | The Joplin Globe From Texas to Virginia to Pennsylvania, there is a growing movement to challenge books in schools that some suggest are inappropriate for students. Concern goes beyond explicit content; it … Continuer la lecture
Chronologie du Web
Trente ans d’innovations de scandales et de memes: une chronologie du web vu par Le Monde
Online Education : why, when, who and what for?
Here are some views on how to understand the role and impact of Online Education. How to Keep Children Learning During a Pandemic How Technology Has Transformed STEM Classrooms How Online Tools Are Training Musicians for the Future of the Industry
Education : from Past to Future ?
THE FUN THEY HAD A short story by Isaac Asimov
Wwoofing : voluntourism focused on organic farming
WWOOF is a worldwide movement and networking platform whose aim is to link volunteers with organic farmers and growers, to promote cultural and educational experiences based on trust and non-monetary exchange, thus helping to build a sustainable, global community. As volunteers (or WWOOFers ) people live alongside their host helping with daily tasks and experiencing … Continuer la lecture
Couchsurfing : a new way to travel ?
Couchsurfing is a hospitality service and social networking website which provides a platform for members either to stay as a guest at someone’s home, or host travelers, or meet other members, or join an event. Unlike many hospitality services, Couchsurfing is an example of the gift economy because there is no monetary exchange between members … Continuer la lecture