ejewishphilanthropy.com is up and running; with a low key preview launch just a few days ago we are off to a good beginning enjoying readers from not only Israel and the U.S., but also Canada, France, Namibia and the U.K. What did we do? a few hundred emails went out along … [Read more...] about Up Up and Away; the Value of Social Networks
Using Technology Wisely
with thanks to Esther Kustanowitz and ROI120.com As you gather with family and friends to celebrate Chanukah, we encourage you to pass along this small test of technoliteracy. Print it out and save; post on your message boards, both in the virtual world and the old fashioned … [Read more...] about Edu-tech: Are You a Technophile or Technophobe? (revisited)
The mantra of this Next Generation. A key plenary took front and center as we were presented with a group of dynamic young leaders who are finding new ways to build community and their version of Tikkun Olam. The common thread among these showcased young leaders and their … [Read more...] about Living Generously, Giving Differently
Did you know: the number of members on the Israel network of facebook, the social networking site, has jumped by 100 percent since mid-October, from 74,000 to 152,000. According to a recent article in Haaretz, Israeli facebook users are considered to comprise a "quality … [Read more...] about They Said It Wouldn’t Happen Here
with thanks to Esther Kustanowitz and ROI120.com According to an article in the fall education supplement to the NY Jewish Week today’s teachers are not properly wired to be able to relate to and educate Generation Tech. How prepared do you feel? Take a test of your t … [Read more...] about Edu-tech: Are You a Technophile or Technophobe?