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Gimkit The ongoing global impact of COVID-19 is on everyone's minds, for good reason. Here in Washington, there's been a mix of reactions, ranging from confusion to panic to frustration, at the disruption of regular life. And we understand all of it. It's been interesting to observe things on a local level while also hearing from so many of you about how things are going around you. Announcing a National Emergency Library to Provide Digitized Books to Students and the Public To address our unprecedented global and immediate need for access to reading and research materials, as of today, March 24, 2020, the Internet Archive will suspend waitlists for the 1.4 million (and growing) books in our lending library by creating a National Emergency Library to serve the nation’s displaced learners. This suspension will run through June 30, 2020, or the end of the US national emergency, whichever is later. During the waitlist suspension, users will be able to borrow books from the National Emergency Library without joining a waitlist, ensuring that students will have access to assigned readings and library materials that the Internet Archive has digitized for the remainder of the US academic calendar, and that people who cannot physically access their local libraries because of closure or self-quarantine can continue to read and thrive during this time of crisis, keeping themselves and others safe. A final note on calling this a “National Emergency” Library.

Phrasal verbs: GIVE The verb GIVE can combine with different prepositions to form phrasal verbs. Give something away = reveal something secret, usually unintentionally We told him to be discreet, but he just gave us away. He kept looking at smiling at us. We had no other choice but to confess. Give something away = donate / give something we don't need to whom may need it I usually give away most of my clothes every two years. They are still in good condition, so poor people can still wear them; and I renew my clothes. Google Hangouts As more employees, educators, and students work remotely in response to the spread of COVID-19, we want to do our part to help them stay connected and productive with G Suite. For all G Suite customers, we will soon enable free access to our advanced video conferencing capabilities in Hangouts Meet, including: After July 1, Hangouts Meet functionality will revert to G Suite Basic, Business, or Education based on the customer’s edition. However, recorded meetings will stay in the respective owner’s Drive. As these premium features are off by default, G Suite administrators need to turn them on for their domain.

Virtual Tours - Seal Cove Auto Museum Can’t get to the Museum in person? These virtual tours are the next best thing. Play through the tours or use your mouse to poke around yourself to check out the insides, outsides, and undersides of three of the cars in the Museum’s collection. Created by Virtual Tours Downeast. Tour the Floor View Full Screen Wanderer above the Sea of Fog Unlike most artists, Caspar David Friedrich took less inspiration for the great masters of art before him and paid more attention to the teachers of his formal education. Consequently, Friedrich had a truly unique style; he could transform landscapes from a mere forest to a wooded wonderland where each branch symbolized something greater, something deeper. The trees were no longer just trees, but beautiful wooden creatures that represented the unwavering strength of Christ. The rays of the sun didn't just serve to illuminate the ground but to show the light of the Holy Father.

Seterra Many schools all around the world are closing due to coronavirus. We're eager to help them maintain continuity of learning, so we're offering any teacher in those schools a free level 1 Seterra Geography membership. If you are affected by a school closure and want to get a free membership, please first register an account on Patreon.com. Then email info@seterra.com with the following details: - Your name, - The name of the school you work in, - The State and Country where the school is located, - The email address you used to register your Patreon account. We will email you when your free account is activated, usually within 24 hours.

Internet Archive’s National Emergency Library Harms Authors The Authors Guild is appalled by the Internet Archive’s (IA) announcement that it is now making millions of in-copyright books freely available online without restriction on its Open Library site under the guise of a National Emergency Library. IA has no rights whatsoever to these books, much less to give them away indiscriminately without consent of the publisher or author. We are shocked that the Internet Archive would use the Covid-19 epidemic as an excuse to push copyright law further out to the edges, and in doing so, harm authors, many of whom are already struggling. With mean writing incomes of only $20,300 a year prior to the crisis, authors, like others, are now struggling all the more—from cancelled book tours and loss of freelance work, income supplementing jobs, and speaking engagements. IA is using a global crisis to advance a copyright ideology that violates current federal law and hurts most authors.

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