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Planning Results, Impact and Dissemination of Strategic partnerships
 
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This video is part the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) about Erasmus+ Funding Opportunities for Youth. Access all MOOC materials at https://www.canvas.net/browse/salto/courses/erasmus-funding-opportunities #MOOCyouth #ErasmusPlus #YouthinAction #YouthExchanges #Europe #Youth This MOOC is coordinated by SALTO-YOUTH Participation Resource Centre in cooperation with the National Agencies of Erasmus+ Youth in Action from Belgium (FR), France, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Poland, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom. The course has been funded with the support of the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme (http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus). The course content reflects the views of the authors, and SALTO Youth Participation RC and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/icz5/
3 Goals -- Urantia Book Fellowship Strategic Plan for Dissemination
 
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A brief description of the three goals for the Urantia Book Fellowships plan for Dissemination.
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HWTAC Webinar 011 - Dissemination Strategies for Health Workforce Research
 
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Dr. Patricia Moulton describes the steps in developing an effective health workforce research communication plan including examples of different types of dissemination products and strategies for increasing impact. Live Q&A session included. Original broadcast: April 22, 2015 Presenter: Patricia Moulton, PhD Executive Director, North Dakota Center for Nursing
Webinar: Practical tools to produce a good dissemination plan
 
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Carmen Ceinos, from Ecomit Consulting, provides us with useful tools to produce a good dissemination plan for EU projects on active and healthy ageing and independent living.
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Dissemination Module Presentation
 
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This video corresponds with the Ancilla College Writing 2 Grant Proposal Project.
Views: 651 Joel Thomas
Webinar on Project management and communication strategy
 
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This webinar presents the main elements, management structures and procedures to ensure a sound management and a strong communication and dissemination strategy. It also provides applicants with some important reminders to keep in mind before pressing the submit button.
Strategic Action Plan Implementation - Part 1: Cohort 1 Reflections Panel
 
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Strategic Action Plan (SAP) implementation is critical to a grantee’s success. A SAP assists grantees to address their desired goals and objectives by outlining the who, where, when, and how for each activity. This webinar will focus on the process of SAP implementation from the perspective of Native Connection (NC) Cohort 1 representatives. We will explore the tools that were helpful, to link actions to results, for Cohort 1 SAP implementation. In addition, we will have a focused conversation on the status of grantee data monitoring plans or systems, as well as concrete next steps to assist with building this monitoring into program operations.
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Outreach activities: communication and dissemination strategies
 
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HERE team serbia Alexsander popovic, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Pharmacy
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Launching Strategic Plan on Rice Use and Coservations_PP_TVK
 
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ភ្នំពេញ ថ្ងៃទី១៥ ខែវិច្ឆិកា ឆ្នាំ២០១៣៖ នៅថ្ងៃនេះអ្នកចូលរួមប្រមាណជាង ៧០ នាក់មកពី ក្រុមប្រឹក្សាស្តារអភិវឌ្ឍន៍វិស័យកសិកម្ម និងជនបទ ក្រសួងកសិកម្ម រុក្ខាប្រមាញ់និងនេសាទ ក្រសួងបរិស្ថាន ក្រសួងធនធានទឹក ក្រសួងអភិវឌ្ឍន៏ជនបទ ក្រសួងកិច្ចការនារី គណកម្មាធិការជាតិគ្រប់គ្រងគ្រោះមហន្តរាយ ក្រសួងព័ត៌មាន អង្គការសង្គមស៊ីវិល វិស័យឯកជន សាស្ត្រាចារ្យ និស្សិត និងអ្នកស្រាវជ្រាវ បានចូលរួមជាមួយគ្នានៅក្នុងសិក្ខាសាលាផ្សព្វផ្សាយថ្នាក់ជាតិ មួយដែលរៀបចំឡើងដោយ វេទិកានៃអង្គការមិនមែនរដ្ឋាភិបាល ស្តីពីកម្ពុជា ក្រោមប្រធានបទ "ការផ្សព្វផ្សាយផែនការ យុទ្ធសាស្ត្រ ការអភិរក្ស និងការប្រើប្រាស់ពូជដំណាំស្រូវ ប្រកប ដោយនិរន្តរភាពបន្ស៊ាំ ទៅនឹងការប្រែប្រួល អាកាសធាតុ ដើម្បីធានាសន្តិសុខស្បៀង នៅក្នុងប្រទេសកម្ពុជា" ដែលរៀបចំធ្វើឡើងនៅសណ្ឋាគារកំាបូឌីយ៉ាណា ភ្នំពេញ។ Phnom Penh, November 15, 2013: Today approximately 70 participants from Council for Agricultural and Rural Development, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Water Resources, Ministry of Urban Development, Ministry of Woman Affairs, National Committee for Disaster Management, Ministry of Information, Civil Society Organizations, Private Sectors, Professors, Students, and Researchers are gathering to attend national dissemination workshop organized by The NGO Forum on Cambodia under the theme "Strategic Plan on the Sustainable Use and Conservation of Rice Seeds to Climate Change Adaptation to Ensure Food Security in Cambodia" at Cambodiana Hotel, Phnom Penh.
3 Buckets Strategy
 
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These videos are limited to the dissemination of general information and are not intended to be legal or investment advice. Nothing herein should be relied upon as such. The views expressed are for informational purposes only and do not take into account any individual personal, financial, or tax considerations. There is no guarantee that any claims made will come to pass.
Dr  Jokūbas Žiburkus, PhD  CANNABIS (DE)CONSTRUCTED ICBC Berlin 2018
 
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CANNABIS DECONSTRUCTED Deconstructing cannabis into its functional elements, understanding those components and their interactions, and reconstructing them into effective products are the focus of this talk. The ultimate challenge for 21st century cannabis industries is to create a variety of safe, individualized cannabis-based products and medications. . Jokūbas Žiburkus, PhD Dr. Jokūbas Žiburkus, PhD is a neuroscientist with over 20 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters and entrepreneur. Žiburkus is Co-Founder and CEO of MediTaurus, a holding company focused on research and product innovation and investment in the medical cannabinoid market. He is also Co-Founder of Canntelligence, a cannabinoid education and research company providing high-quality education and training about the known benefits and potential harms of natural cannabis and different cannabinoid preparations. Dr. Žiburkus's expertise is in neurological disorders, where much of his research efforts focused on the mechanism and novel treatments of epilepsy and Alzheimer's Disease, as well as cannabinoid actions in the brain and body. Žiburkus is a recipient of the 2015 Global Lithuanian Leader Award for intellectual capital dissemination and has a proven track record of international leadership and strategic planning. Žiburkus is a recognized public speaker with a widely watched TedX Talk entitled ``There is something you should know about epilepsy and cannabis``. Education and academic positions: Dr. Žiburkus completed his PhD in Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center and his postdoctorate fellowships at Johns Hopkins University Zanvyl Krieger Mind/Brain Institute and George Mason University Krasnow Institute for Advanced Studies. He was tenured as an Associate Professor in 2014 at the University of Houston. Robert Laurie AD LUCEM LAW CORP. Read More Alex Revich DIRECTOR, PARTNER DEVELOPMENT, FLOWR Read More Dr. Wieland Schinnenburg, MdB
ICPSR's New Strategic Plan
 
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ICPSR’s new Strategic Plan details an organizational paradigm shift to support research data through 2021 and beyond. The plan highlights and supports four key strengths: Innovation, Security, Preservation, and Access. Read our news release for more information: http://bit.ly/2KvHE9t Transcript: ?? You might ask yourself... What is ICPSR's Strategic Plan? The Short Answer It involves an Organizational Paradigm Shift LIKE A CATERPILLAR BECOMING A BUTTERFLY with four key elements Innovation, Security, Preservation, Access The Long Answer The Plan has Six Steps: -Complete paradigm shift -Foster membership -Undertake targeted acquisition & dissemination of data -Strengthen leadership role -Expand audience & remain grounded in academia -Maintain highest quality training Complete Paradigm Shift -Attract and develop a diverse, world-class staff -Improve ICPSR’s financial systems -Diversify funding sources and increase revenue -Identify and implement strategies for partnerships & collaborations -Invest judiciously in technology & infrastructure for future growth Foster Membership -Maintain fair consortium fees -Support under-resourced institutions -Develop infrastructure to inform innovations Undertake Targeted Acquisition & Dissemination -Acquire and share high-value data -Develop high value data resources -Maintain relationships with key stakeholders -Acquire and disseminate data on underrepresented and under-served populations Strengthen Leadership Role -Serve as a model of and nexus for innovative and responsible data access -Increase efficiency & data quality -Streamline restricted data access -Increase data discovery and facilitate data integration -Leverage new technologies to reduce costs and improve the data-related bibliography Expand ICPSR's Audience -Unify ICPSR messaging and branding to improve communications Maintain Status for Quality Training -Expand scope of the Summer Program -Diversify Summer Program participants and instructors -Leverage the Summer Program to create teaching materials for ICPSR’s membership and the broader community Together, we've got this. For more information, go to http://bit.ly/NewICPSRplan ICPSR is the world's largest archive of digital social science data. We acquire, preserve, and distribute original social science research data. ICPSR is a partner in social science research.
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How to Develop and Implement a Communications Strategy
 
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A Prezi presentation with voice over from ECDPM's head of communications Melissa Julian. For more information on communications and our On Think Tanks blog series see http://www.ecdpm.org and http://onthinktanks.org/topic-pages/communicating-research-and-ideas/
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Dissemination & Implementation Conference: Day 1 11:15-12:45
 
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4th Annual NIH Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation: Policy and Practice Agenda: Day 1: March 21, 2011 Invited Panel: International Perspectives on Dissemination and Implementation Research Policy and Practice Russell E. Glasgow, PhD (Moderator) National Cancer Institute, NIH Knowledge Translation Canada Jeremy Grimshaw, MBChB, PhD, FRCGP Canadian Cochrane Network and Centre University of Ottawa Sharon Straus, MD, MSc, FRCPC, HBSc Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael's Hospital University of Toronto WHO's Perspectives on Implementation Research for Policy and Practice Jane Kengeya-Kayondo, MD, MSc World Health Organization Closing the Treatment Gap: Research Approaches to Implementing What We Know Works in Routine Health Care in Developing Countries Vikram Patel, PhD London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (UK) About the conference: There is a recognized need to close the gap between research evidence and clinical and public health practice and policy. How is this best accomplished? Dissemination and implementation research in health seeks to answer this question, and is gaining momentum as a field of scientific inquiry. The goal of the annual NIH Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation is to facilitate growth in the research base by providing a forum for communicating and networking about the science of dissemination and implementation.
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Enhancing Usability and Dissemination of Planning Tools
 
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Anders Jonsson: Associate Professor - Artificial Intelligence Research Group María deMaeztu DTIC-UPF Workshop on Data Driven Knowledge Extraction, 28-29 June 2016, Barcelona To know more about the María de Maeztu Strategic Research Program and projects, visit http://www.upf.edu/mdm-dtic To know more about the department, visit http://www.upf.edu/mdm-dtic
Strategic Planning, Goals and Actions Plans.wmv
 
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http://www.changeyourresults.com http://www.shewchukconsulting.com http://www.shawnshewchuk.com Author, Coach, Consultant and Speaker Shawn Shewchuk discusses Strategic Planning, Goals and Action Plans for you and your organization. This is where we really start getting into the nuts and bolts of your new video series. This installment is entitled Strategic Planning, Goals and Actions Plans Every organization, individual needs to know and understand this information, additionally the implementation is imperative! It is my sincere wish that this information assists you and your company in achieving the objectives and goals that you have set. Shawn Shewchuk is the Author of the soon to be released book, Change Your Mind, Change Your Results. This material was developed as a component of our Quantum Leap Coaching Program.
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PAUL MASHAURI AND AZIM JAMAL ON STRATEGIC PLANNING
 
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Masterclass Worldwide is a multi-faceted knowledge and consulting organization dedicated to the collection, production, dissemination and preservation of intellectual output through training, conferences, seminars, coaching and mentorship programs around the world. Our training and organizational development solutions are provided in various areas of corporate functions including Human Resource, Corporate Finance, Sourcing and Contracting, Leadership, Management, Health and Safety etc. We conduct more than 150 trainings and more than 10 conferences annually in various locations across Africa. Our trainings, seminars conferences and media programs have transformed more than 1 million people in the content and our wide-reach is increasing significantly with our fast growing network in the continent. We work with unrivaled top class global trainers, speakers and facilitators to help hundreds of organizations transform their workforce and improve operational efficiency. Our programs are cost effective and our approach to knowledge address the changing needs of our clients across sectors. Besines trainings, Masterclass runs a number of life changing initaitives by partnering with Governments, private sector and development partners. These transformational programs aim at impacting change at societal and national level by unlocking the economic potential of people in urban and rural areas.
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MMHE project - dissemination - English
 
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Jude Stansfield, Senior Consultant Public Mental Health, explains how the work of the Monitoring Mental Health Environments project (www.mmhe.eu) is being disseminated
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Organizational Change Management
 
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Organizational Change Management (OCM) is the investment by the leadership to drive the desired individuals and organizational performance levels during the change phase. It helps organizations to build clarity in vision, goals, roles and processes. OCM addresses the critical people-related issues arising as a result of different business decisions that lead to business challenges.
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1st Training Course Planning dissemination and communication
 
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The EU project HAIVISIO organised the 1st Training course which aim was to help projects to significantly enhance visibility and awareness on their results, through the organization of events and training courses and the facilitation of an online community and collaboration environment. The first session: Basics in dissemination of European funded projects was held in Athens on Wednesday May 14th, 2014. This video shows the Planning dissemination and communication
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Dissemination for HIV Prevention Interventions: How to Share Your Project’s Story
 
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Dissemination for HIV Prevention Interventions: How to Share Your Project’s Story at a Conference and Make an Impact This webinar is geared towards public health professionals implementing HIV prevention interventions who are beginners at dissemination or who may be seeking to refresh their skills. ********************************************************************* Information that is disseminated from HIV prevention projects often comes from process and outcome evaluation activities, such as describing how and why the project was created or explaining the impact of the program on clients. Dissemination means making information available and usable to a desired audience through a variety of channels or formats. Planning and implementing HIV prevention activities often leaves little opportunity for project dissemination, yet it is a key part of the programmatic life cycle. Dissemination is beneficial to the growth and sustainability of agencies, the professional development of staff members, and the HIV prevention field. In this webinar, presenters will: ● Discuss and demonstrate the importance of dissemination for public health professionals implementing HIV prevention projects ● Describe the process of applying to present at a conference, including guidance on how to write a successful abstract ● Provide tips on how to effectively design and present a poster presentation This webinar is being provided by the Center for the Evaluation of HIV Prevention Programs in Chicago, a collaborative project between Northwestern University and the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, supported by the Chicago Department of Public Health. Presenters: Gregory Phillips II, PhD, MS Research Assistant Professor and Director of the Evaluation, Data Integration, and Technical Assistance (EDIT) Program, Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing (ISGMH), Northwestern University Amy K. Johnson, PhD Director of Research, Evaluation and Data Services, AIDS Foundation of Chicago Erik Glenn Executive Director, Chicago Black Gay Men’s Caucus Julia Dudek, MPH Program Manager, ISGMH, Northwestern University Christian Adames Research Assistant, ISGMH, Northwestern University
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Strategic communications planning and the role of the medcomms agency
 
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Adrian Brown, a training consultant in healthcare communications, provides an overview of the role of the medcomms agency in supporting the strategic communications planning process in the pharmaceutical industry. Recorded 5 April 2017 at a MedComms Networking event in Oxford. Produced by NetworkPharma.tv = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ABSTRACT: Strategic communications planning is about gaining product adoption and prescriptions through systematic, planned dissemination of key messages and data to appropriate target audiences at the optimum times, using the most effective communication channels. Fundamental to such a plan is ensuring successful differentiation of a product from its competitors, and ensuring that the correct messages are tailored to address the needs of different audiences, whether patients, prescribers, pharmacists or payers. Before beginning to put together a strategic communications plan, pharma companies need an in-depth understanding of the potential market, through specialist market research. Clinical studies are likewise pivotal in providing the data on which such a plan is based. Medcomms agencies can play a vital role in supporting companies at this stage, through providing editorial support for study protocols, organising clinical study meetings, and ongoing liaison with key opinion leaders (KOLs). Key elements of a strategic communications plan include facilitating expert input from KOLs, particularly through advisory board meetings; publications planning, development and follow-through; presentations at meetings and congresses; and identification and liaison with patient advocacy groups. Ensuring appropriate pricing is usually managed by the pharma company market access team, while public relations and advertising are often outsourced to specialist agencies. Medcomms agencies have a key role to play, often having broad involvement across a range of communications initiatives that form part of a strategic communications plan, including publications planning and support, working on meetings and congresses, KOL identification and support, and the development of internal and external education materials. Written by Penny Gray, Freelance Medical Writer = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = We are building a library of free webcasts, like this one, for the global MedComms Community and others at http://www.networkpharma.tv and we’d welcome your suggestions for new topics and speakers. Full details of this MedComms Networking event are at http://medcommsnetworking.com/event87.html Adrian’s presentation (PDF format) is at http://medcommsnetworking.com/presentations/brown_050417.pdf Adrian’s Linkedin page is at https://www.linkedin.com/in/adrian-brown-88b4224/ More about Adrian Brown Consulting can be found at http://adrianbrownconsulting.com More about Adrian’s regular Landscape Training events for new starters in MedComms can be found at http://adrianbrownconsulting.com/index.php/consultancy-training-and-coaching/#/ms-1/7 Filming and technical direction by Mario Crispino, Freelance Cameraman & Editor [For the avoidance of doubt: this video is intended to be freely accessible to all. Please feel free to share and use however you like. Cheers Peter Llewellyn, Director NetworkPharma Ltd and Founder of the MedComms Networking Community activity at http://www.medcommsnetworking.com]
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NIH OBSSR Strategic plan 2017-2021: Priority #3
 
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Priority Three: Facilitate the Adoption of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Findings in Health Research and in Practice A substantial gap remains between the research findings in the behavioral and social sciences and the implementation of this research in practice. The OBSSR can play an important role in narrowing this gap by encouraging behavioral intervention research in the context in which these interventions are intended to be delivered. To foster adoption of effective behavioral and social interventions, the OBSSR can disseminate research findings, encourage dissemination and implementation research, and partner with other agencies and entities to reduce the barriers to adoption of effective interventions.
National Strategic Plan for prevention and control of NCD launching event
 
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The National Strategic Plan on Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases in Myanmar (2017-2021) was formally released on 31 August 2017 in Nay Pyi Taw in a dissemination workshop jointly organized by the Ministry of Health and Sports and HelpAge International Myanmar Country Office. The dissemination workshop was attended by around 100 participants from the Ministry of Health and Sports and other relevant ministries, Universities, WHO and other UN Agencies, INGOs, NGOs and Professional Associations.
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Overview of  the project & Objectives of  final dissemination conference
 
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InfraRisk Final Dissemination Conference - Session 1 Overview of the project & Objectives of final dissemination conference E. O’Brien (ROD) INFRARISK Novel indicators for identifying critical INFRAstructure at RISK from Natural Hazards. Extreme, low probability, natural hazard events can have a devastating impact on critical infrastructure (CI) systems in Europe. The European project INFRARISK (Novel Indicators for identifying critical INFRAstructure at RISK from natural hazards) aims to develop reliable stress tests to establish the resilience of European CI to rare low frequency extreme events and to aid decision making in the long term regarding robust infrastructure development and protection of existing infrastructure. The project will focus on road and rail network infrastructure. This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No. 603960
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Data-Driven Threat Intelligence: Metrics On Indicator Dissemination And Sharing
 
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by Alex Pinto & Alexandre Sieira For the past 18 months, Niddel have been collecting threat intelligence indicator data from multiple sources in order to make sense of the ecosystem and try to find a measure of efficiency or quality in these feeds. This initiative culminated in the creation of Combine and TIQ-test, two of the open source projects from MLSec Project. These projects have been improved upon for the last year and are able to gather and compare data from multiple Threat Intelligence sources on the Internet. We take this analysis a step further and extract insights form more than 12 months of collected threat intel data to verify the overlap and uniqueness of those sources. If we are able to find enough overlap, there could be a strategy that could put together to acquire an optimal number of feeds, but as Niddel demonstrated on the 2015 Verizon DBIR, that is not the case. We also gathered aggregated usage information from intelligence sharing communities in order to determine if the added interest and "push" towards sharing is really being followed by the companies and if its adoption is putting us in the right track to close these gaps. Join us in an data-driven analysis of over an year of collected Threat Intelligence indicators and their sharing communities!
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DIVE4 Project - Dissemination in Italy
 
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DIVE4 Comenius School Development project. Italian part dissemination.
What is The CAPTURE Project?
 
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This animated video describes how The CAPTURE Project will revolutionize how chronic disease prevention practitioners and program managers learn from what they do. The CAPTURE Project is building a web-based evaluation platform to help them understand what works in their community and under what context. CAPTURE is about making evaluation easy, accessible and practical. With features like e-networking and a Google-like resource search engine, CAPTURE will also offer a range of unique evaluation tools and services that cover all aspects of program planning, evaluation and dissemination. The CAPTURE Project is a strategic initiative funded by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.
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February 2018 Strengthening Families Networking Webinar
 
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On Thursday, February 15, 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET, we learned about the new Prevention Planning Toolkit from the Child Abuse and Neglect Technical Assistance and Strategic Dissemination (CANTASD) Center. Child Maltreatment Prevention: A Planning Framework for Action, provides a comprehensive guide to prevention planning at state and local levels. It builds off tools developed and piloted in a partnership between Chapin Hall’s noted child abuse and neglect prevention researcher Deborah Daro and the states of South Carolina and Colorado and draws from a broad range of national work on planning for child and family services. Learn more about how the framework can support your prevention planning work and how you can engage in an ongoing process to continue to adapt and develop the tools in the toolkit based on the needs and priorities of the field.
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CTN Webinar: Publications Planning and Preparation.
 
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As the NIDA CTN continues to conduct quality studies and report important results from substance use and mental health clinical investigations, it is important that study teams plan for effective dissemination of the scientific and clinical data collected. This one hour session, presented by George Bigelow, PhD of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Dikla Blumberg, PhD, of the NIDA CTN Clinical Coordinating Center, provided guidance on publication planning and preparation, identifying the types of papers that are produced, strategies for timely dissemination of methodologies and analyses, and elements of quality study reporting. Learning objectives included: Describe what a Publication Plan is, the importance of an effective strategy, and when/how to incorporate it into a clinical investigation plan. Identify the various types of papers to product from CTN study data and introduce other resources for sharing network data that contributes to analyses and publications. Discuss the role of the CTN Publications Committee and the process and materials needed for review. Discuss suggestions, based on experience of the Publications Committee, regarding ways to enhance the quality of CTN reports. This webinar is aimed at all interested investigators, clinicians, statisticians, and other research staff.
Why Is Strategic Intelligence Important? CIA Director on Future Role (1991)
 
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Strategic intelligence (STRATINT) pertains to the collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence that is required for forming policy and military plans at the national and international level. Much of the information needed for strategic reflections comes from Open Source Intelligence.[1] Other sources include traditional HUMINT (especially in recent years), Signals intelligence including ELINT, MASINT which overlaps with SIGINT/ELINT to some degree, and 'National technical means of verification' (e.g. spysats). Strategic intelligence pertains to the following system of abilities that, according to Michael Maccoby, characterize some of the most successful leaders in business and government:[2] foresight, the ability to understand trends that present threats or opportunities for an organization; visioning, the ability to conceptualize an ideal future state based on foresight and create a process to engage others to implement it; system thinking, the ability to perceive, synthesize, and integrate elements that function as a whole to achieve a common purpose. motivating, the ability to motivate different people to work together to implement a vision. Understanding what motivates people is based upon another ability, personality intelligence . partnering, the ability to develop strategic alliances with individuals, groups and organizations. This quality also depends on personality intelligence.[3] Recent thought leadership on strategic intelligence focuses on the consequences of the modern information age, which has led to the availability of substantial volumes of information than previously encountered. Alfred Rolington, the former CEO of Jane’s Information Group and Oxford Analytica, recommends that intelligence organizations approach the challenges of the modern information age by breaking from their traditional models to become more deeply and continuously inter-linked.[4] Specifically, Mr. Rolington advocates more fluid, networked operating methods that incorporates greater open-sourced information and data in analysis. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strategic_intelligence William Egan Colby (January 4, 1920 – April 27, 1996) spent a career in intelligence for the United States, culminating in holding the post of the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) from September 1973 to January 1976. During World War II Colby served with the Office of Strategic Services. After the war he joined the newly created Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Before and during the Vietnam War, Colby served as chief of station in Saigon, chief of the CIA's Far East Division, and head of the Civil Operations and Rural Development effort, as well as overseeing the Phoenix Program. After Vietnam, Colby became director of central intelligence and during his tenure, under intense pressure from the U.S. Congress and the media, adopted a policy of relative openness about U.S. intelligence activities to the Senate Church Committee and House Pike Committee. Colby served as DCI under President Richard Nixon and President Gerald Ford and was replaced by future president George H.W. Bush on January 30, 1976. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Colby Image by Anton Nossik [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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PMA2020 Niger: 2016 Survey Dissemination Event (ITW Niger)
 
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The PMA2020/Niger team presented findings from the 2016 PMA2020 survey at a dissemination event held in Niamey on July 26. Representatives from the Ministry of Public Health's Directorate of Maternal and Child Health, Pathfinder International, Population Services International, Track 20, among others, attended. Congratulations to the entire team and thank you to all participants. View publications here: http://pma2020.org/research/country-reports/niger -- L'équipe PMA2020 / Niger a présenté le rapport les des résultats à une diffusion lors d’un atelier dissémination tenue le 26 julliet à Niamey. Des représentants du Ministère de la Santé Publique, de la Direction de la santé de la mère et de l’enfant publique du santé maternelle et infantile, Pathfinder International, Population Services International, Piste Track 20, entre autres participants, y ont assisté. Félicitations à toute l'équipe et merci à tous les participants. Voir les deux pages mémoires pour les indicateurs clés du Niger : http://pma2020.org/research/country-reports/niger -- PMA2020 uses innovative mobile technology to support low-cost, rapid-turnaround surveys monitoring key indicators for family planning, water, sanitation and hygiene and other health and development indicators. The project is implemented by local university and research organizations in 10 countries, deploying a cadre of female resident enumerators trained in mobile-assisted data collection. PMA2020 establishes a sentinel data collection platform that can be utilized for other health program areas. Round 1 of PMA2020/Niger was conducted exclusively in Niamey among 33 enumeration areas. In Round 2, the survey is being conducted at the national level, with the same Niamey-based resident enumerators from Round 1 grouped into mobile teams for data collection outside Niamey. In addition to the 33 EAs in the Round 1 sample, 51 new EAs were added in Round 2 to obtain estimates representative at the national level as well as for Niamey, urban outside Niamey, and rural. PMA2020/Niger is led by the Institut National de la Statistique (INS) in Niger. -- PMA2020 consiste en la réalisation régulière d'enquêtes nationales représentatives sur la population, dans le but de suivre les indicateurs de planification familiale. Ces enquêtes sont conduites en utilisant la technolo- gie mobile, ce qui permet une réalisation à bas coût et un temps de terrain rapide. Ce projet est mis en œuvre dans 10 pays par des universités et des organisations de recherche locales. Celles-ci mettent en place une plate- forme de collecte de données qui s'appuie sur des enquêtrices résidentes formées à la collecte de données assistée par la technologie mobile. La première vague de collecte a été mené exclusivement à Niamey dans 33 zones de dénombrement. Pour la deuxième vague, l'enquête est en cours au niveau national, avec les mêmes enquêtrices de la première vague à Niamey regroupée en équipes mobiles pour la collecte hors de Niamey. En plus des 33 ZD de l'échantillon de la première année, 51 nouvelles ZD ont été ajoutées lors de la deuxième vague pour obtenir des estimations représentatives au niveau national ainsi à Niamey, pour le milieu urbain hors Niamey, et pour le milieu rural. PMA2020 est dirigé par l'Institut National de la Statistique du Niger (INS-Niger). -- Video credit: ITW Niger
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Dissemenation Project.wmv
 
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Dissemination Project
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Talking Strategic, Operational and Tactical Threat Intelligence
 
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Cyber threat intelligence has become increasingly popular over the past few years, and with that rise comes a variety of questions for organizations around the topic: what types of threat intelligence are available, how can that intelligence can be implemented at different levels of an organization, and most importantly, how can it help to limit the overall cyber risk facing an organization. On this episode of the Cyber Chat, SurfWatch Labs chief security strategist Adam Meyer attempts to answer those questions and shed some light on this growing and evolving field.
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FMP News: New NATO Propaganda Plan LEAKED
 
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Feb. 28 -- In a press-release yesterday, the Wikileaks service announced that one if its sources successfully cracked the encryption key for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) 'strategic communications plan' for spinning the war and occupation of Afghanistan. The document, titled NATO in Afghanistan: Master Narrative, outlines how NATO representatives, propaganda agents and spokespersons are supposed to present information and details regarding the NATO occupation of Afghanistan to the media. Other classified documents, including essential work plans on achieving NATO communications' objectives, were also leaked. This classified information was formerly available on the Pentagon's Central Command (CENTCOMM) website, but as of today is no longer available. However, the Wikileaks service distributed pdf versions of several documents linked to NATO strategic propaganda plans to "sell" the Afghanistan occupation to not only the Afghan population, resistance fighters and foreign nations --but also to US citizens as well. The documents demonstrate exactly what information NATO spokespersons and press agents are to relay to media representatives and journalists, and which information is strictly forbidden for dissemination. The NATO Strategic Communications plan indicates several, exhaustive channels for NATO to propagate its views in order to manufacture public acquiescence (in Afghanistan and NATO member countries) for its operations in the Afghan theatre. The documents also include a list of "key messages" and "talking points," generally dictating how NATO spokespersons and representatives should discuss the currently deteriorating situation in Afghanistan: "The Afghan National Security Forces and ISAF are making progress on the ground. The militants1 do not and cannot hold ground where they are challenged by ANSF (Afghanistan National Security Forces) and ISAF (International Security Assistance Force)." "We are in Afghanistan for the long term under a United Nations mandate for as long as we are needed and welcomed by the Afghan people." Interestingly, the master propaganda narrative instructs agents and representatives to avoid mentioning Jordan's role in any ISAF/NATO operations. The Jordanian monarchy enjoys immense support from the United States and has been one of the CIA's most willing partners in its extraordinary rendition program. Jordan does not officially appear on any public ISAF member list. The documents (available for download, in full) are available below: NATO Media Operations Centre: NATO in Afghanistan: Master Narrative, 6 Oct 2008 http://wikileaks.org/leak/nato-master-narrative-2008.pdf ISAF Afghanistan Theatre Strategic Communications Strategy, 25 Oct 2008 http://wikileaks.org/leak/isaf-stratcom-strategy-2008.pdf NATO-ISAF Afghanistan Strategic Communications External Linkages, 20 Oct 2008 http://wikileaks.org/leak/isaf-stratcom-external-linkages-2008.pdf NATO-ISAF Strategic Communications Ends, Ways and Means, slide, 20 Oct 2008 http://wikileaks.org/leak/isaf-stratcom-strategy-ends-ways-and-means-2008.pdf
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British Council eTwinning and Erasmus+ Key Action Two: Mindstorm to brainstorm
 
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British Council eTwinning and Erasmus+ Key Action Two: Mindstorm to brainstorm. Lego, robotics, programming. Carr's Glen Primary School, Northern Ireland. Overview: • Integrating practical and theoretical knowledge in primary education institutions` curricula can provide opportunities for students to gain the skills needed now and in the future on the labour market, and thus improve their future employability. The local authorities in each participating country have identified a need to improve the quality of education in STEM subjects, particularly on the field of ICT, Numeracy and Business Studies for future employability, therefore the Strategic Partnership will support a project-based collaboration between students and staff, to develop, test and adopt a joint curriculum between participating Primary Schools, based on an exhaustive needs analysis and focusing on a “real-life” transnational approach. • The objectives of the project are to improve the quality of education in STEM and business studies and to increase the take-up of these subjects in upper secondary and higher education. The Strategic Partnership will support the development of better progression routes into higher education and graduation, with a specific focus on non-traditional learners, such as students from under-represented groups or with disadvantaged backgrounds, by transferring and testing innovative approaches. • With an aim of improving STEM and financial literacy competences of disadvantaged student groups (socio-economically disadvantaged), monitoring and support of this student population will also be tested in particular via tailor-made services that aim at preventing drop-out and encouraging graduation within the expected time. • The Strategic Partnership will also imply teaching/learning activities, including student mobility. The final result is the adaptation of the model, its implementation by participating Primary Schools and the dissemination to organisations beyond the partnership, aiming in particular at other education providers and key policy-maker. • The project activities take place both through the project TwinSpace on the eTwinning site and face to face where a group of pupils from each school participate with their teachers. The project activities involve staff exchange between the participating organisations, with the aim of exchanging experiences and good practice. The partners share materials and resources, and develop units of cross-curricular work in STEM and business studies, that are tested in primary schools. At the same time, a research compilation in the field is conducted, and discussed during a transnational meeting where a final handbook is developed and plans the testing and evaluation of the improved methodology • The contributions made during the project work will be published in English and national languages. It will be presented to the attention of the Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Education, youth and science and other cultural institutions connected to the topic. The virtual exhibition will popularize the European heritage. The results from all activities will be popularized and published. The schools intend to make use of the results of this project in their educational implementations. To ensure sustainability and dissemination of project results, the Strategic Partnership foresees conferences at local, national and European level, as well as designs jointly a follow-up strategy. The eTwinning contribution to the project so far was awarded a National Quality Label by the British Council for ‘Erasmus+ Key Action 2 and STEM’ at the 11th annual eTwinning UK conference in 2016. Public link to project work: https://twinspace.etwinning.net/11994/home Sign up to eTwinning for free: https://www.etwinning.net/en/pub/index.htm
What is COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE? What does COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE mean?
 
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What is COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE? What does COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE mean? COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE meaning - COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE definition - COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Competitive intelligence is the action of defining, gathering, analyzing, and distributing intelligence about products, customers, competitors, and any aspect of the environment needed to support executives and managers making strategic decisions for an organization. Competitive intelligence essentially means understanding and learning what is happening in the world outside the business so one can be as competitive as possible. It means learning as much as possible, as soon as possible, about one's industry in general, one's competitors, or even one's county's particular zoning rules. In short, it empowers anticipating and facing challenges head on. Key points of this definition: 1. Competitive intelligence is an ethical and legal business practice, as opposed to industrial espionage, which is illegal. 2. The focus is on the external business environment 3. There is a process involved in gathering information, converting it into intelligence and then using it in decision making. Some CI professionals erroneously emphasise that if the intelligence gathered is not usable or actionable, it is not intelligence. A more focused definition of CI regards it as the organizational function responsible for the early identification of risks and opportunities in the market before they become obvious. Experts also call this process the early signal analysis. This definition focuses attention on the difference between dissemination of widely available factual information (such as market statistics, financial reports, newspaper clippings) performed by functions such as libraries and information centers, and competitive intelligence which is a perspective on developments and events aimed at yielding a competitive edge. The term CI is often viewed as synonymous with competitor analysis, but competitive intelligence is more than analyzing competitors: it is about making the organization more competitive relative to its entire environment and stakeholders: customers, competitors, distributors, technologies, and macroeconomic data.
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Trans-NIH Dissemination & Implementation Research in Health Program Announcement (01/31/13)
 
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This webinar, hosted by the NCI's Dr. Russell Glasgow and NIMH's Dr. David Chambers, presents an overview of the re-issued Trans-NIH funding announcement for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health including the new focus and opportunities in this re-issued PAR.
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SAMHSA's Recovery Support Strategic Initiative, CODI, & PATH and HMIS
 
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This video features three presentations focusing on SAMHSA's Recovery Support Strategic Initiative, the Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders Knowledge Synthesis, Product Development & Technical Assistance (CODI) contract, and finally concludes with a presentation on the alignment of PATH data with the U.S. Housing and Urban Development's Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). A. Kathryn Power, M.Ed. is the Director of the Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), an operating division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). CMHS provides national leadership in mental health promotion, mental illness prevention, and the development and dissemination of effective mental health services. Director Power leads a staff of professionals in facilitating the transformation of our nation's mental health care system into one that is recovery-oriented and consumer-centered, and serves as the lead for the Recovery Support Initiative. (visit this PATH Resource to find out more about SAMHSA's Eight Strategic Initiatives: http://pathprogram.samhsa.gov/Resource/SAMHSAs-Eight-Strategic-Initiatives-48914.aspx). Next, Deborah Stone, Ph.D., Social Science Analyst, Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS), SAMHSA and Onaje Salim, LPC, MAC, CCS, Public Health Advisor, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT), SAMHSA provide an overview of the CSAT/CMHS Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders Knowledge Synthesis, Product Development & Technical Assistance (CODI) contract. Interesting updates provided on contract activities, including opportunities for joining innovative Learning Communities (visit this PATH Resource to find out more about SAMHSA's CODI program: http://pathprogram.samhsa.gov/Organization/Co-Occurring-Disorders-Initiative-CODI-533.aspx). Finally, a two-part presentation draws on the expertise of two individuals whose work will impact PATH data reporting and collection as the program moves towards integrating the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) as its tool for PATH program data collection and reporting. Julie Hovden is a Program Analyst in HUD's Office of Special Needs Assistance Programs. Ms. Hovden's primary areas of responsibility are implementation and project management of the electronic grants management system, HMIS policy development, and coordination of technical assistance activities. Bernie Bluhm, M.Ed., has been involved in social work and program management since 1976. Since 2007, Mr. Bluhm has been the State PATH Contact for New Hampshire. In addition to his role as State PATH Contact, Mr. Bluhm also provides oversight for two of New Hampshire's three Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) grants, and is the grantee representative for the New Hampshire Homeless Management Information System. The presentation addresses how PATH data aligns with the U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development's (HUD) Data and Technical Standards and the implications for the PATH Annual Data Report followed by small group, round table discussions. A facilitated discussion follows the presentation aimed at obtaining feedback about the updated PATH Annual Data Report (visit this PATH Resource to find out more about HMIS and PATH: http://pathprogram.samhsa.gov/Channel/Homeless-Management-Information-Systems-HMIS-136.aspx).
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Valley of the Tennessee, 1944
 
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Creator(s): U.S. Information Agency. (1982 - 10/01/1999) (Most Recent) Series : Moving Images Relating to U.S. Domestic and International Activities , compiled 1982 - 1999, documenting the period 1942 - 1999 Record Group 306: Records of the U.S. Information Agency, 1900 - 2003 Production Date: 1944 Other Title(s): The American Scene, No. 7 Use Restriction(s): Restricted - Possibly Specific Use Restriction: Public Law 101-246 Note: Issued February 6, 1990, this law provides for the domestic release and distribution of USIA motion pictures, films, videotapes, and other materials 12 years after initial dissemination overseas, or, if not disseminated, 12 years from the preparation of the material. Scope & Content: Documentary: On the origins and construction of the Tennessee Valley Authority and its effect on the people of the valley. R.1. Droughts and water erosion destroy the land and economy of the Tennessee Valley. Discusses the contributions of Sen. James P. Polk; Harcourt Morgan, President of the University of Tennessee; David Lillienthal, Director of the TVA and Sen. George Norris for the organization of the TVA. Pres. Franklin Roosevelt speaks on the importance of the TVA for water control and hydroelectric power. R.2. Scenes of the various dams' construction. TVA specialists teach local farmers new techniques. R.3. The new program produces record harvests. Scenes of the Norris Dam. Contact(s): National Archives at College Park - Motion Pictures (RD-DC-M), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740-6001 Phone: 301-837-3540, Fax: 301-837-3620, Email: mopix@nara.gov National Archives Identifier: 47040 Local Identifier: 306.202 http://research.archives.gov/description/47040
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Making Science Stick: Developing the KT Plan
 
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A well-developed knowledge translation (KT) plan is emerging as a proposal requirement for health research funding in North America and abroad, and there is greater attention to research utilization and research impact in many aspects of disability and rehabilitation research. Dr. Melanie Barwick will discuss developing a KT plan as a part of a research proposal, or at the beginning of project planning, in order to increase the impact and reach of research findings to a variety of audiences. She will review the state of the scientific evidence for KT strategies and introduce the KT Planning Template™ (Barwick 2008), a tool that can assist with the planning process. This webcast, hosted by The National Center for the Dissemination of Disability Research at SEDL, was held on February 23, 2011, and associated resources are available online at: http://www.ncddr.org/webcasts/webcast30.html
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Research Planning
 
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This video describes how to plan your research and use the 5 steps of strategic searching to identify your purpose and your keywords and then organize and track your searching.
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Define the relevance of your Strategic Partnership idea
 
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This video is part the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) about Erasmus+ Funding Opportunities for Youth. Access all MOOC materials at www.salto-youth.net/MOOC-ErasmusPlus #MOOCyouth #ErasmusPlus #YouthinAction #StrategicPartnerships #Europe #Youth The course has been funded with the support of the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme (http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus). The course content reflects the views of the authors and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/iagY/
NME 2013 - Digital Dissemination: Sustainability of Your Scholarly Work
 
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Tim Honaker (University of Chicago), Ben Moskowitz (Mozilla Foundation), and Brian Morton (Barnard College) look at emerging business models and strategies academics can use for disseminating and sustaining new media work at the New Media in Education 2013 conference held February 1, 2013 at Columbia University. James Hickey of Columbia Technology Ventures facilitates. The New Media in Education Conference (NME) is a one-day biennial event sponsored by the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL) that brings together the Columbia community and colleagues in higher education technology for dialogue around technology in education and academic life. Subtitled "Bits to Breakthroughs," NME 2013 focused on how new media can enhance educational initiatives for meaningful local and global impact. Speakers from Columbia and beyond addressed critical issues affecting education and technology today, such as online learning, digital publishing, and social media. NME 2013 is the sixth biennial conference hosted by the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning. Since CCNMTL's first NME conference in 2001, these free events have brought together the Columbia community to explore how digital tools and emerging technologies can enhance teaching and learning. Past conferences have focused on new media in the classroom, global education, and CCNMTL's strategic initiatives. For additional information on the New Media in Education conferences, please visit: http://ccnmtl.columbia.edu/nme2013/
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