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As a graduate student at Dominican University, I had the opportunity to study Tutor/Mentor Connections in light of the impact of the network that the organization built of tutoring and mentoring…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Bassill Dec 10, 2010.

 

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I'm currently in Dominican University's Master of Library and Information Science program and recently graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
What do you hope to learn, or share, on this forum?
I hope to learn about volunteering with this organization and how I can make the best contribution and really get involved.

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At 10:25am on February 24, 2010, Daniel Bassill said…
Katie,

Thank you for sending email to friends and others at Dominican University. I've been contacted by two students and one will be participating in the inFlow training tomorrow. This is the type of outreach networking that I hope everyone in this ning group does on a regular basis.

Dan
At 2:03pm on January 15, 2010, Daniel Bassill said…
Hi Katie,

I encourage you to browse the groups on this site and visit the OHATS, GIS, and technology groups where you can read about ways we're using information systems to connect people with each other.

Then, also visit the Links Library on the T/MC Site. There is an animated overview of the information in the library, and also an animated strategy map.

You also should browse the wikis that we've created.

My hope is that you'll build your own understanding of this maze, and how it is a resource for people throughout the Chicago region and the world. As you understand it, you'll be able to help in specific areas, but more importantly, you'll be able to communicate back to others at the University and among its alumni who might get involved based on your understanding.
 
 
 

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