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More details here.In 2010, Discovery Education will launch Discovery Student Adventures, education-based international trips to eight destinations including: Arctic, Australia, China, Cost Rica, Ecuador/Galapagos Islands, Italy/Greece, New Zealand/Fiji Islands, and South Africa.
To effectively integrate educator feedback into these inaugural trips, a select group of educators will have the opportunity to travel with Discovery in the summer of 2009 as part of a one-time special opportunity to pilot a Discovery Student Adventure trip.
Educators will serve as chaperones to a group of students, and once selected for a trip will be able to select four students, who must meet the Discovery Student Adventures selection criteria. Student selection criteria will be given at time of acceptance. Travel program will be at no cost to the selected educators and students.We are looking for educators that teach 5th through 12th grade. (Link)
3. N2Y4 MOBILE CHALLENGE LAUNCHED
N2Y4's Mobile Challenge calls for your world-changing ideas of how mobile applications can help citizens, groups and others create a better world for everybody.Learn more about N2Y4 and participate!
Submissions are now open for your mobile Projects but the deadline is April 3rd, so get yours in today! (Link)
4. ANNOUNCING THE FREE! SUMMIT
Via The Long Tail
“As regular readers of this site know, I'm pretty passionate about how businesses need to understand the economics of "free" in figuring out how to create business models that work. So, I'm excited to announce that I'll be hosting and emceeing the newly announced Free! Summit, to be held in Silicon Valley on May 11th.5. YOUR TWEETS COULD MAKE IT TO A BOOK
Also, we're very much looking for individuals or organizations interested in presenting case studies on how they've used free as a part of their business model. We already have a few lined up, but feel free to suggest others of interest.
Twitter Wit is a book of Twitter’s wittiest messages, edited by Nick Douglas and coming out Fall 2009 from HarperCollins. Want to contribute? Just log in and tell us which of your tweets you’d like to see in print. (Link via biz)