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Apr
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Rules for Submission You can submit up to 2 photographs.** Submit photos that have been taken by you and have not been previously submitted. Please make sure the photos are the highest quality resolution of 300 dpi, as they will be printed on 8.5" x 11" photo paper. How to Submit Submit your photos to ipsaphoto2014@gmail.com . Entries submitted to other email addresses will not be accepted. Please provide the name of the photographer and the location/scene the photo captures. You are welcome to include a brief description but it is not required.
2014 - 9:00 am to 12:00 am
Nov
10
Join Shobita Parthasarathy and other community members to talk about technology and the election in 2008. This will be an informal conversation to discuss how technology shaped the 2008 presidential election process as well as how the election influenced technology; come and share your thoughts. The event will be hosted by Ford School Webmaster Chris Myers. An RSVP is encouraged - fspp-secondlife at umich.edu Not already 'In world'?
2008 - 12:00 pm to 1:00 am
Nov
11
Karen Mossberger Caroline Tolbert Kent State University Abstract: The forthcoming book, 'Beyond the Digital Divide' (Georgetown University Press), redefines the issue of the digital divide in broader terms. The authors argue that the problem has been too narrowly conceived in public debate, research, and programs as primarily an issue of access. In reality, there are multiple information technology divides ­ an access divide, a skill divide, an economic opportunity divide, and a democratic divide. Access without skill is insufficient.
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