Bono, the Pope, Pallotta, Poverty & Data

I apologize for another long post. However, I’m trying to tie several streams of thought together. I hope you’ll follow and add your own thinking.

Last Sunday I read an article in the Chicago Tribune… titled “Pope wants more focus on poor.” I’ve been working on a story about this all week. Continue reading

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How to keep stakeholders involved for many years.

I posted this article… yesterday showing how I think events like #ETMOOC can provide a learning process connecting authors of books in a library, or links in a web library. Today, I’m headed out to Washington, DC for the Mentor Summit, but wanted to post this follow up. Continue reading

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NATO Summit – Work Behind the Scenes

Leaders of NATO and aligned nations are in Chicago this week and will try to reach agreement on some big decisions. Do you think they do all the thinking, planning, brainstorming just while the leaders get together for a few days?… Continue reading

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Mapping Global Environmental Crisis Discussion

This New York Times blog article about the Planet Under Pressure conference contains a Debategraph map that outlines the topics of the conference.

I’ve written about the need for massive online learning communities to connect people interested in poverty, education, workforce development, racial justice, etc. Continue reading

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