How Facebook (and Social Media in General) Shifted Fundraising Strategies

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And according to new research, it’s leading to a fundamental rethinking of the role of technology in raising money. Recent research finds that giving days on sites like Facebook are shifting nonprofit fundraising strategies.

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Repair Association Backs Farmers Seeking to Unlock Tractor Software

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As technology advances, what used to be a simple repair is now much more complex, often involving computer troubleshooting as much as a mechanical work. Andy Goodman of the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association is on the other side of the tractor debate.

Associations Partner On New Journal For STEM Educators

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A group representing science teachers and another representing science and technology institutions are partnering on a new online journal dedicated to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.

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How One Association Drummed Up a Moment of Advocacy

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Among the crowd were a couple of prominent supporters, including Adrianne Haslet-Davis , a survivor of 2013’s Boston Marathon bombings who lost part of her left leg, and former Nebraska Sen. Adding more restrictions could leave amputees with technology that dates back to the 1970s.

Why Telemedicine Is Making Major Progress Nationally

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With HR departments starting to embrace the technology, telemedicine is on track to see massive growth in 2016. The American Telemedicine Association thinks so, particularly when it comes to one form of treatment well suited to the technology: mental health.

Airlines, Private Companies Take Stab at Getting Around TSA’s Lines

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Alaska Airlines has used CLEAR’s biometrics technology for boarding passes, for example. Former Nebraska Sen. CLEAR, a company that uses biometrics to offer a shortcut at the airport security line, has earned a major boost in recent months.

Here It Is: Another Article About Millennials

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McCoy, journalism professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, in an interview with Inside Higher Ed. “To If you take a look at the habits of society in general, technology is more available to us than ever before.