On October 25, 2013 by Elaine Carpenter
Last week, a colleague and I attended Exemplary Practices in Educational Leadership , a conference sponsored by the Central Valley Education Leadership Institute (CVELI) . In spite of the fact that...[Read More]
On May 15, 2013 by Staff
ZeroDivide is pleased to announce today that it is the recipient of a $7,500 donation from Kaiser Permanente in support of ZeroDivide’s eHealth work. Kaiser Permanente IT staff identified ZeroDivide...[Read More]
hands holding mobile phones
On March 08, 2013 by Amber Milks
There is little doubt that schools are adapting to students’ usage of their own digital devices in the classroom for enhanced learning. THE Journal recently reported that Bring Your Own Device—BYOD—...[Read More]
On November 27, 2012 by Camille Ramani
Aspiration's 2012 Nonprofit Dev Summit held in beautiful Preservation Park in downtown Oakland did not disappoint. I am truly a fan of Aspiration's facilitation style where real-time contributions of...[Read More]
On August 10, 2012 by Jeff Perlstein
When Amanda Garces talks about the potential for low-income communities to transform their lives using mobile phone strategies, she’s speaking from direct experience. Garces is co-founder of Mobile...[Read More]
Woman on her smartphone
On December 19, 2011 by Tina Lee
At last, here’s Part 2 of my series on smartphone use as it relates to the Occupy Wall Street movement, focusing on user privacy around mobile phone data. I’ll be following up with Part 3 to address...[Read More]
Occupy Wall Street banner
On November 02, 2011 by Tina Lee
Over the past few weeks, the Occupy Wall Street movement – or #OWS if you’re following along on Twitter – has spread like wildfire. According to the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ page on Wikipedia, as of...[Read More]
On May 02, 2011 by margaret
The mobile health movement is making great strides as mobile technologies contribute to improving the health of everyday people. Access, insight and convenience are the hallmarks of mobile...[Read More]
On July 09, 2010 by Jessica Eting
According to the Pew Internet and American Life Mobile Access 2010 report, more Americans are accessing the internet wirelessly. African-American and Latinos continue to be the most active users of...[Read More]
On May 26, 2010 by Laura Efurd
Check out this innovative use of mobile technology! SexInfoSF is a text message service that provides young people with information about sexual health in an immediate, private manner, and links them...[Read More]


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