Thursday, May 25, 2006

Mentoring Worldwide

One another internet-inspired educational activity!
In brief: Mentoring Worldwide is forming out of a group of people who want to
make a difference. 350 people signed a pledge to mentor people in
the developing world for free using internet technologies to communicate.

Here is the blog: to tell the story of the project. It's started by Lucy Hooberman, she is at the BBC in New Media Innovation in London, but this is her free-time activity.

By the way. Thanks to this blog I've found CooperationCommons - a new project by Institute for the Future and Howard Rheingold.

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