Daily Archives: April 16, 2020

Live: COVID-19 timeline shows how Trump dithered, denied, delayed


CGTN



Started streaming 6 minutes ago

On this week’s #HeadlineBuster Special, we walk through a #COVID19 timeline, focusing on three voices: China, the World Health Organization(WHO), and U.S. President Donald Trump. Who did what when is starting to matter more and more as accusations against China and the #WHO for misleading the world and covering up key information run rampant. And the Trump administration, which is grasping the severity of its crisis mismanagement, has been leading the charge. But facts don’t lie. Dates don’t deceive. We set the record straight. “Headline Buster” airs every Friday at 11 a.m. Beijing time, 4 a.m. London time, 6 a.m. Nairobi time, and 11 p.m. on Thursdays Washington time on CGTN’s official Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Weibo accounts. Let’s hold foreign media accountable for their coverage of China in “Headline Buster.”

Creating the Atla Digital Library for Collecting and Connecting in Religion and Theology


CNI: Coalition for Networked Information

Apr 15, 2020

Creating the Atla Digital Library for Collecting and Connecting in Religion and Theology
Christine Fruin
Scholarly Communication and Digital Projects Manager
Atla

Kevin Kochanski
Client Liaison
Notch8

More information is at https://www.cni.org/topics/digital-li

Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)
Spring 2020 Virtual Membership Meeting
March 30-May 30, 2020
https://www.cni.org/mm/spring-2020

More information is at https://www.cni.org/topics/digital-li…
Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Spring 2020
Virtual Membership Meeting March 30-May 30, 2020 https://www.cni.org/mm/spring-2020

CNI: Coalition for Networked Information

Perspectives on Digital Scholarship Programs


CNI: Coalition for Networked Information

Apr 8, 2020

CNI Spring 2020 Virtual Meeting

Perspectives on Digital Scholarship Programs
Joan Lippincott
Associate Executive Director Emerita
Coalition for Networked Information
More information is at https://www.cni.org/topics/assessment

Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)
Spring 2020 Virtual Membership Meeting
March 30-May 30, 2020
https://www.cni.org/mm/spring-2020

CNI: Linked Data for Libraries: Why Should We Care? Where Should We Start?

CNI: Coalition for Networked Information

Jennifer Bowen
Assistant Dean, Information Management Services
University of Rochester

Philip E. Schreur
Head, Metadata Department
Stanford University

Project Briefing Session
Linked Data for Libraries: Why Should We Care? Where Should We Start?

Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)
Spring 2012 Membership Meeting
April 2-3, 2012
Baltimore, Maryland

Sense-Making In A Time of Crisis – Featuring Aboriginal Nyungar Leaders

Presencing Institute

Streamed live on Apr 10, 2020

How do we connect to the emerging future?

Join us this Friday, April 10th – 5 pm PT / 8 pm EDT / 2 am CEST (4/11)

Welcome to GAIA: an impromptu global infrastructure for sensemaking, leaning into our current moment of disruption and letting this moment move us toward civilizational renewal.

Over the span of 14 weeks, we will practice a collective “inhale and exhale” together. On the “inhale” weeks, we will meet together virtually as a global community, with co-sensing conversations and hearing from inspirational guests. On the “exhale” weeks, you will meet together with your communities in the ways that work best for you (live, digitally, or in person) with an iterative framework we will share during the global community conversations.

Featuring Special Guests
Carol Innes, Colleen Hayward, Noel Nannup, and Richard Walley
Proud Nyungar leaders guiding Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people to walk together

The four leaders of Danjoo Koorliny (‘Dan-joo Coorl-ing’) Walking Together – an Aboriginal-led, long-term, systems-change process to help Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people walk together now and into a better future.

Societal Transformation

The link between climate change and the coronavirus pandemic

Democracy Now!

Apr 16, 2020

The spread of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases is exacerbated by changes in land use and encroachment of human populations on diverse wildlife areas, according to zoologist and disease ecologist Peter Daszak. While people in power, including President Trump, tout rumors that the coronavirus originated in a Chinese lab, decades of research shows a clear link between the climate crisis and the rise in infectious diseases. “We have to reassess our relationship with the environment and reduce our ecological footprint. It is to the benefit of conservation. It will reduce climate change. It will also stop us getting sick,” Daszak says. “We can either wait for … another global recession or we can get out there and readdress our relationship with wildlife and make the planet a little bit healthier.”

Yanis Varoufakis on the economic and political impact of the coronavirus | DiEM25

DiEM25

Mar 15, 2020

Yanis Varoufakis, DiEM25 co-founder and MeRA25 MP, on the economic and political impact of the coronavirus.

I want to be a part of a different story…


Presencing Institute

Apr 8, 2020
“…you almost find no one, who wouldn’t agree that as a society, as a civilization, we are moving in the wrong direction.”

Learn more about #GAIAjourney at GAIAjourney.org

Over the span of 14 weeks, we will practice a collective “inhale and exhale” together. On the “inhale” weeks, we will meet together virtually as a global community, with co-sensing conversations and hearing from inspirational guests. On the “exhale” weeks, you will meet together with your communities in the ways that work best for you (live, digitally, or in person) with an iterative framework we will share during the global community conversations.

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