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How To Contribute How can I help? Thanks for asking. Let's find a place for you! First you should join our communication forums: Subscribe to our mailing lists Join us on IRC: You can talk to us directly in one of the #openstack channels Answer and ask questions on Ask OpenStack Education and Skills - skills for a connected region It is one of Digital 20/20's defining characteristics that it works with partners across the full spectrum of education and skills provision from schools through to work based learning and adult and community learning, in order to influence policy, join up strategic thinking and support progressive initiatives that together will ensure a skilled labour market equipped to take advantage of the digital economy and citizens able to take advantage of new digital infrastructure. This work has evolved from the Digital and ICT Skills Action Plan for Yorkshire and Humber, branded Digital 2010, which was developed in 2005 and launched in 2006 to provide a dynamic framework for the successful and vigorous development of digital and ICT skills across the region. Digital 20/20's work in the education and skills arena is driven by an Operational Steering Group, made up of national and regional partners.

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Three Essential Shifts in Learning I recently asked a group of middle school students to name their favorite use of technology for learning. An eager eighth-grade girl said, “My work has gotten so much better since we started using Facebook to do homework at night in my math class. We’re all online together, so if I have questions, I get them answered while doing my homework, instead of the next day or even later. Sometimes my friends even explain the math better than the teacher, and we send each other links to stuff online.” Wanting to learn more, I asked her which teacher had set up the group.

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A Guide to the Windows 10 Start Menu Since the release of Windows 95, the Start Menu has been the primary way for users to access their files and applications. Microsoft attempted to move away from this setup with Windows 8, creating a serious backlash. Now the Start Menu is back and better than ever for Windows 10. However, there have been a few changes since the last time we saw the Start Menu. There’s more functionality and customization options packed in than ever before, but the best way to take advantage of it might not be immediately obvious.