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- With IF staff Adolf Gundersen and James Schneider conducting the afternoon discussion on climate change... Resilient Wisconsin Day A Wisconsin Academy forum on our climate, energy, and water future Tuesday, May 6, 2014 - 8:30am to 4:30pm Varsity Hall, UW–Madison Union South 1308 W. Dayton … Read more
- It is often helpful in IF projects to start with an “agreement” with project panelists. The following is the framework I have been using: Project Ground Rules—The Interactivity Foundation (IF) has a discussion process of exploration and development that the project … Read more
- IF activities and interactions do not end at the U.S. border. Since the very beginning Jay Stern had a project in Hungary. IF’s strongest foray into the international arena was made by Fellows Mark Notturno and Ieva Notturno when they … Read more