Here are the results for you in the Not for profit (NFP) category.
9th May 2013
Dr. Wissam Raji’s textbook An Introductory Course in Elementary Number Theory has been accepted by The Saylor Foundation’s Open Textbook Challenge for a $20,000 award. The book will be released under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license and will be available online at no cost. Under the license terms, anyone…
26th Apr 2013
Held April 11-12, 2013, The Saylor Foundation’s invitation-only Digital Education Conference (#DigEdCon) 2013 brought together a range of stakeholders in funding, philanthropy, technology, academia, and open education. These diverse friends of digital education convened over one of education’s largest looming issues: how innovators must collaborate—and cooperate—to…
23rd Apr 2013
Young adults face tough challenges, and yet an almost universal hunger emerges among this group revealing a desire to help those whose problems seem greater than their own.
10th Apr 2013
Sarah Foregger Ph.D., a consultant for the Saylor Foundation in the Communication discipline and former professor at the University of San Diego, responds to “Are the Costs of ‘Free’ Too High in Online Education?” written by MIT Sloane School of Management Professor Michael Cusumano. Cusumano asserts that “free education” will…
6th Apr 2013
The Little Silver Animal Hospital Foundation for Animals will be hosting their first annual Wine Tasting and Silent Auction on April 9th to raise money for homeless pets and animal rescue groups in New Jersey’s Monmouth and Ocean counties.
1st Apr 2013
Volunteer Aid Nepal celebrates 5 years of helping humanitarians realize their dreams of making a difference.
4th Mar 2013
U.S. Gas and Electric Partners with Habitat For Humanity Of Greater Miami For Blitz Build Community Project to assist families in need.
3rd Mar 2013
How2Improve.com offers new and innovative ways to give to local charities. With their online charity shop, they are offering products that give back to humanitarian organizations.
2nd Mar 2013
DOS Committee has decided to highlight a topic of the future in connection with our most primitive sense: olfaction.