Adventures in Service gives Rotary 5230 the ability to highlight Club projects and activities which help to improve our local communities. Adventures in Service also features local leaders and businesses who support these projects. Adventures in Service is a multi-club project created and produced by Mo Osman and Sahar Osman with support from Peter Fortuna.
We have all witnessed how the increasing incivility in our political discourse has divided communities. As a community leader, you know that makes it more difficult for communities to work together to meet the challenges they face.
The Maddy Institute is working to change the tone and tenor of political discourse by encouraging a more fact-based, problem-solving, bi-partisan approach to politics.
Use Color to Direct Attention
When learners pay more attention while learning, recall rates and reaction times increase. Numerous studies have found that when developers use colors to emphasize a particular feature or piece of content in the screen, for example, the attention level of learners increases
Higher education IT leaders give some helpful tips on advancing your career.
The skills needed to succeed in an IT organization have changed over the last decade. What are the skills needed now vs. then?
The COGS are making great progress on the Little Free Library book boxes. After a really good day of progress on Saturday, the boxes have bottoms, roofs, sides, fronts, backs, bottom supports, and doors. The roofs have 2 coats of RedGard, an impermeable membrane over which roofing shingles will be glued.