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This wiki is designed for Technology Without Borders members to archive lessons and activities from their projects, serving as a nostalgia inducer and as a resource for future TWB trips. We also hope the wiki will prove useful to any member of the…

A Laboratory of Hope: The Social Movement Working Group at UNC-CH The SMWG is a research-action project based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. We seek to understand and re-envision social movements. Many of us work within activist…

The World War II Service of William L. Hurley, Intelligence Evaluation Officer, U.S. Army Air Corps. 1942-1946 by William Enestvedt, grandson April 3, 2003

Finding the Celtic is an experiment to create an online digital humanities collaboratory for Celtic Studies funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. It will enable users to locate, access, and annotate resources for Celtic Studies, to…

Investigative reporters and citizen journalists alike need access to public records, but bureaucratic hurdles make it hard to get such information. Journalists that hold power accountable depend the ability to scrutinize reports, audits, emails and…

The Carrboro Elementary School Park Project is currently a group of committed parents associated with the Carrboro Elementary School Parent Teacher Association (PTA) whose focus is to lead a comprehensive and collaborative renovation project of the…

EMpowerME provides people in violent situations information they need to get out. It provides location information for ALL shelters, women's centers, and organizations that can be of help for those suffering from domestic, sexual, or verbal…

A website to aid victims of interpersonal violence and their family and friends by providing (in comprehensive detail) information about what Orange County services are available to them.

A technological infrastructure and a civic coalition that will provide unfettered access to public records, databases, emails and other public information that is increasingly withheld by government agencies for no legitimate reason.

Incubated by Creative Commons, iCommons is an organisation with a broad vision to develop a united global commons front by collaborating with open education, access to knowledge, free software, open access publishing and free culture communities…