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More than 2000 links are organized into 25 categories.  Browse the categories and sub categories to find links to web sites with information you can use to build and sustain strong organizations helping youth move through school and into jobs and careers.  Some of the links point to older pages on some web sites. Click to the "home" page to find the most current information being shared. Look for social media links and connect with these organizations in social media. Look for the resource pages and visit sites that these organizations point to. This is a huge resource and it keeps growing. As you get to know what's here, by frequent visits,  it will grow in its value to you.

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Connected Learning. What Is It? - 2014 article
In this 2014 article the author "talks about connected learning as a model to tap into the potential of information and online collaboration available to youth in a digital age."

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Connectivism and Connective Knowledge - Stephen Downes - 2011
ThisHuffington Post article introduces a 2011 MOOC co-organized by Stephen Downes. The article provides a good introduction to connected learning and this version of MOOCs.

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Critical Thinking, Reflective Practice - articles about MOOCs
Probe, create change, reflect blog is about MOOCs, critical thinking, reflection, collaboration, etc. This link points to articles focused on MOOCs.

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Culture of Collaboration - blog
Evan Rosan is the director of The Culture of Collaboration Institute, which conducts research on collaboration, and writes about the interplay of culture, environment and technology to support collaboration.

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Curation of Posts about Open Pedogogy
This blog article by Maha Bali is a list of some some relatively recent work on the topic of open pedagogy. In one of the articles she points to, by Jim Luke, pedagogy is described as " It’s a process. It’s a method of creating a desired outcome." Keep that in mind as you look at the articles on this list.

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Data Science - Turning data into products, service
In this 2010 post, the writer examines the many sides of data science -- the technologies, the companies and the unique skill sets. Much has changed in years since this was written.

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Dave Pollard's How to Save the World Blog
Dave Pollard is one of the early leaders of the connectivist MOOC movement. He uses graphics to clarify his ideas, and has an extensive collection of articles on creativity, innovation, knowledge management and innovation on this web site.

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David B. Coe - meditations of a professional writer
David B Coe is a fantasy writer, with books like the 'Winds of the Forelands' series to his credit. In that series he wove the topic of racial profiling into the story line and hopefully stimulated readers to think more about that issue. This is a link to an article he wrote regarding how writers weave social issues into writing. Find his personal blog at:

Learn about Winds of the Forelands at

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DC Action for Children - blog
This blog integrates the data from the annual Kids Count into stories intended to make sense of the data and promote actions and policy changes. See this link also

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Deeper Learning MOOC - Jan 2014
This page describes the goals of the Deeper Learning MOOC held from Jan to March 2014.

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DePaul University student blogs - Tutor/Mentor Connection project
In 2009 and 2010 students in a first-year "coming to Chicago" class used the Tutor/Mentor Connections program locator and directory to learn about the different neighborhoods of Chicago and the level of poverty and poorly performing schools and tutor/mentor programs in each neighborhood. As they learned they shared what they were learning in these blog articles.

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Develop your own Personal Learning Network - tips to follow
W. Ian O'Byrne is an Assistant Professor of Educational Technologies at UNH. His blog offers tips that anyone can follow to build their own personal learning network.

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Developing a 21st Century Vision for Education - ETMOOC Participant
Lorraine Boulos started writing her blog during the 2013 ETMOOC event. This link points to a 2016 article."

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Developing future work skills - map of content creation
This blog article contains a map and list of critical workforce skills that students will need to be prepared for future jobs.

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Digital Divide in US Education
From the web site: "This blog is dedicated to looking at the nuances of the digital divide in the United States and the implications that it has for students, teachers, and school districts."

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Donor Power Blog-Tips for Non Profit Fund Raising - 2010-12 articles
This blog focuses on building relationships with donors and offers lots of practical tips that can help tutor/mentor programs build more successful donor engagement and fund raising strategies. The ideas are timeless.

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Edge Perspectives with John Hagel - STRATEGY @ the intersection of business and technology
This blog includes stimulating articles that "Explore emerging innovations on a broad array of edges that are rising up to challenge the core."

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EdTechTalk forum
From one of the participants in this on-line forum: "EdTechTalk is simply the number one source of up-to-the-minute educational technology information and discussion available anywhere in the world, and it's FREE!" Another participant wrote, "Educators participate in ETT to explore the outer limits of educational technology. You will find a new world full of people who enjoy sharing what they know and listening to your experiences. Everyone adds value to the community. It's like an online commune where everyone shares the bounty from the ideas generated."

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Educate for Problem Solving, Not Factories
The author concludes this Forbes article with "Let’s stop force-feeding students answers in 40-minute blocks. Let’s stop stifling creativity and innovation. If we want to make the grade, we must open our children’s eyes, ears, hearts and minds to a future of lifelong learning. The sooner the better."

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Education for Liberation Network
From the web site: "The Education for Liberation Network is a national coalition of teachers, community activists, researchers, youth and parents who believe a good education should teach people—particularly low-income youth and youth of color—how to understand and challenge the injustices their communities face."

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Education Infographics - visualizations
This blog features a collection of info-graphics that help expand understanding of education issues.

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Education Innovation Clusters - Digital Promise web site
Communities around the country are "creating “education innovation clusters” that bring together educators, startups, policymakers, investors, researchers, and community groups for powerful collaboration." This site highlights some of these.

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Education Week Blog
Education Week is one of the leading resources for education related ideas. This link points to blogs on the site.

This link ( goes to a 2008 article written the day Arne Duncan was named to be Secretary of Education in the Obama administration.

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Education, Technolopgy and Media MOOC - 2013
This on-line event connected more than 1000 learners from around the world with each other over a two month period. Visit and learn more about the potential of this type of MOOC. Borrow from the format to create your own on-line event.

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Edutopia Blogs
Edutopia Blogs and Videos share many ideas that leaders and volunteers in tutor/mentor programs might incorporate into their own thinking.

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