Working Remotely: Loffler IT Panel Discussion

Working Remotely: Loffler IT Panel Discussion

– [Joe] Alright, so welcome everybody who’s tuning in and thank you all the panelists for joining. We’ve kind of gathered Loffler’s – some of Loffler’s best and brightest here to share a little bit about what’s going on in their world and our clients world in this temporary normal that we have. A little

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Now boarding for cyberspace: Luc Courchesne at TEDxUdeM

Now boarding for cyberspace: Luc Courchesne at TEDxUdeM

let me take you on a little trip into cyberspace. Nothing too special, in fact, you are already in cyberspace when you tweet, go on Facebook and stuff, but the difference is that I invite you, I invite you in cyberspace, also hoping to invite your bodies. So it’s not quite teleportation yet, but we’re

Disability Training for Emergency Planners: Serving People with Disabilities

Disability Training for Emergency Planners: Serving People with Disabilities

In your role as an emergency planner, you make plans to meet the functional needs of a wide variety of people in case of an emergency and one of those groups of people, people with disabilities, constitutes a large portion of the general population. In fact, roughly one in five Americans has some kind of

An Indian boarding school in Bihar State uses Skype to help enhance students’ learning

An Indian boarding school in Bihar State uses Skype to help enhance students’ learning

In education news, an Indian boarding school in Bihar State uses Skype to help enhance students’ learning. At the Chaitanya Gurukul Public School in the village of Chamanpura, pupils get extra courses in the evening and on weekends via the free computer online communication program, Skype. A projector allows the class to easily view the

The Muslim on the airplane | Amal Kassir | TEDxMileHighWomen

The Muslim on the airplane | Amal Kassir | TEDxMileHighWomen

Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Whenever I travel, I carry a little metal box of Altoids mints because after a four-hour, 7 AM flight, everyone has bad breath, so almost anyone is willing to take the mint from the Muslim on the airplane. (Laughter) And I know I’ve been successful when my