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Part I of the final student presentation video to staff, physicians, and management at Muthaiga Pediatric Clinic in Nairobi following their month-long onsite work in January 2010.
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The web has grown in the past 15 years from simple text-based websites to complex interactive conversations. YouTube, blogs, wikis, RSS, Comments, Twitter, Facebook, Mobile Web, and countless other media compete for users’ attention. Wha...
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Part of every web project includes a design team to help make your ideas come alive. More than just designers, these teams are successful thought partners who bring valuable insight, experience, and aesthetic taste to your information an...
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In June, the WordPress project released their latest and greatest version, version 3.0. While it’s true that 3.0 is just the number that comes after 2.9, 3.0 introduces a number of new features and new infrastructure, making it easier to...
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Building or re-visioning a web site is like renovating your kitchen. Whether it needs a full set of pipes, a new coat of paint, or everything and the kitchen sink, you’ve got a project to run and people to organize. In this session, we w...
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six master in city planning CoLaborative thesis writers publicly presented their research on Regenerating Local Economies. Presentations were on Wednesday through Friday, April 21-23. Credits CoLaborative Thesis In order of appearan...
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The presentation at the Digital Media & Learning Conference 2010 explores how Project NML team developed new pedagogical tools to address the needs of learners in today’s participatory culture. More importantly, though, it will address h...
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