ISBN 0-9711125-9-2 WEB SCIENCE [RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION, ART] Dr. Gregory O'Toole, Ph.D.
The AIPOD WDIM BROWN BAG SEMINAR SERIES is a new collection of seminars centered around topics in Web and digital media. These seminars will be offered to the student body of The Art Institute of Pittsburgh - Online Division (AIPOD) in Web Design and Interactive Media (WDIM) as well as the greater Art Institutes community. The primary aim of the series is to augment the students exposure and education in digital media.
Also visit the discussion forums: http://wdim.aisites.com/help/index.php?board=27.0
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CMI OpenWeb is helping to bring good health to the local population through a new natural donation program. The organic vegetable, fruit, herb, and flower gardens at CMI OpenWeb have been productive so far this year. We are very proud to have initiated an informal partnership with the Centre County Youth Service Bureau in order to donate freshly harvested products to many of their social programs helping to feed families in Centre County, PA. So far, CMI OpenWeb has delivered almost 50 pounds of produce, with a plan to continue to make regular donations throughout the productive growing season.
The Youth Service Bureau ensures that children, youth, and families will have opportunities to realize and fulfill their potential for growth and development through their participation in a continuum of community-based, family-based, and residential programs. (www.ccysb.com)
Organic zucchini, cucumber, carrots, peas and yellow squash from a recent harvest. Photo: Greg O'Toole, CMI OpenWeb