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Blog tools

Dear Teaching Artists, Students, Lifelong Learners, and The Internet,

This post is devoted to all of the blog tools and webspaces that have been very helpful in the development of the blogs that I run. 491 more words

Blog Tools

Dear Teaching Artists, Students, Lifelong Learners, and The Internet,

This post is devoted to all of the blog tools and webspaces that have been very helpful in the development of the blogs that I run. 491 more words

Photography

Diving into the world of heroin

The angle for our documentary has been finalized—the reality, effects and recovery of young adults who are or have been heroin users—but there’s always the intimidating question at the beginning: Where do we start? 460 more words

Heroin

"Unplug"

My first initial reaction to an assignment that required us to “unplug” from ALL forms of social media, was met with a mixture of emotions. I initially didn’t know how it would be possible for a social media junkie, like myself, to virtually “unplug” from all forms of online communication. 1,286 more words

Columbia College Chicago

THREE GAME CHANGERS OF THE AMERICAN MIDWEST

Editor’s note: Advanced digital technologies allow us to easily share stories like this one about three game changers of the U.S. Midwest.  Continue to share stories about people who make a difference in your own communities.  849 more words

Digital Education

Director Conaway Achievement Project, Learning Studio

Columbia College Chicago | Illinois

Salary:

$61,992+ depending on qualifications

Duties/Responsibilities:

Director Conaway Achievement Project, Learning Studio Columbia College Chicago

Columbia College Chicago is an urban institution of approximately 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students emphasizing arts, media, and communications in a liberal arts setting. 572 more words

Job Listing

AAUP Backs Iymen Chehade, Supports Academic Freedom at Columbia College Chicago

Iymen Chehade, a professor at Chicago’s Columbia College
By Eva Bartlett | Palestine Chronicle | March 28, 2014

American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Illinois statement of support for Iymen Chehade, a professor at Chicago’s Columbia College, marks the latest, and most significant, step forward in the fight against pervasive attempts to control discourse on Occupied Palestine, via stifling academic freedom on college and university campuses.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism