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Introduction to User Interface OptionsMULTIMODAL PRESENTATION, CONTENT ADAPTATION AND PERSONAL PREFERENCESContent Customization ToolsYThis video provides an overview of the Fluid Project's User Interface Options (UIO) component, what it offers potential integrators, and its installation instructions. UIO allows users to personalise web content to meet their unique needs.
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Preferences Exploration ToolMULTIMODAL PRESENTATION, CONTENT ADAPTATION AND PERSONAL PREFERENCESContent Customization ToolsYThis tool allows for the exploration of digital preferences in a simple and low-risk way, by offering a set of starter preferences to try - from reading content aloud so it's easier to follow along, to enhancing keyboard interactions so it's easier to use.
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Chart Authoring ToolMULTIMODAL PRESENTATION, CONTENT ADAPTATION AND PERSONAL PREFERENCESContent Customization ToolsYThe Chart Authoring Tool supports the authoring, export and embedding of highly accessible charts, including sonification of the data. The current version supports creating pie charts and transforming the data into sonified form via a pattern.
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First Discovery ToolMULTIMODAL PRESENTATION, CONTENT ADAPTATION AND PERSONAL PREFERENCESContent Customization ToolsYThis tool walks the user through a step by step process of discovering, declaring and storing digital preferences.
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Feedback and Metadata toolsMULTIMODAL PRESENTATION, CONTENT ADAPTATION AND PERSONAL PREFERENCESContent Customization ToolsYThe metadata feedback tool can be integrated into existing sites to allow users to provide feedback as to whether a digital resource matched their preferences and to request alternatives or modifications to improve it. [The metadata authoring](https://metadata.floeproject.org/demos/metadata/) components can be integrated into existing content editors to encourage and allow authors to create or edit metadata that accompanies the content of their Open Education Resource (OER), thereby improving accessibility.http://metadata.floeproject.org/demos/feedback/ https://metadata.floeproject.org/demos/metadata/
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NexusMULTIMODAL PRESENTATION, CONTENT ADAPTATION AND PERSONAL PREFERENCESContent Customization ToolsYhttps://wiki.gpii.net/w/Nexus_API
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The Inclusive Design GuideInclusive Design PracticeInclusive Design GuidesYThis ever-evolving guide can be applied to digital design as well as to the design of services, the built environment and physical products. It can be applied to processes like workshops, meetings, conferences, and our daily interactions with one another.
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The Inclusive Learning Design HandbookInclusive Design PracticeInclusive Design GuidesYThe Floe Inclusive Learning Design Handbook is a free Open Educational Resource (OER) designed to assist teachers, content creators, web developers, and others in creating adaptable and personalizable educational resources that can meet the needs of learners with a diversity of learning styles.
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Growing Inclusion & ParticipationSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Design GuidesYAn inspirational guide to setting up inclusive & participative 'Strategic Partnerships' in the youth field.Are you working with young people with fewer opportunities (excluded or disadvantaged) and want to give them an opportunity to truly participate in society? Then this publication is for youhttps://www.salto-youth.net/downloads/4-17-3094/GrowingInclusionParticipation.pdf
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T-Kit on Social InclusionSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Design GuidesYT-Kit on social inclusion is a tool contributing to the shaping of an always more inclusive society for young people with fewer opportunities.https://www.salto-youth.net/downloads/4-17-402/tkit%20Social%20Inclusion.pdf
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Including all with the Youth programme, an inspirational bookletSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Design GuidesY‘Including all’, is about giving the same opportunities to all young people, and as I see it, this is what the ‘Youth’ programme truly achieves. https://www.salto-youth.net/downloads/4-17-801/IncludingAll.pdfhttps://www.salto-youth.net/downloads/4-17-801/IncludingAll.pdf
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No Barriers No Borders:SOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Design GuidesYNo Barriers, No Borders is a practical booklet aiming to stimulate the participation of young people with a disability in international youth projects. It is not about setting up specific projects for people with a disability, but it promotes International Mixed-Ability projects, in which young people with and without a disability live, work and have fun together as peers.https://www.salto-youth.net/rc/inclusion/inclusionpublications/nobarriers/
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Over the Rainbow - setting up LesBiGay ProjectsSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Design GuidesYA rainbow consists of many different colours, as does the diversity amongst lesbian, gay and bisexual youth. Surely you find sparkles of this rainbow in your youth organisation as well. This booklet is about how to work with LesBiGay youth in a respectful and helpful way. Over the Rainbow is a booklet about how to set up youth projects that involve LesBiGay youth. Projects can be very beneficial not only for young people's personal development, but also for creating a more accepting society of this invisible (hiding?) minority that is LesBiGay youth.https://www.salto-youth.net/rc/inclusion/inclusionpublications/overtherainbow/
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No Offence!SOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Design GuidesYThe target group described in this booklet are: young offenders and ex-offenders and those young people at risk of offending. A group which you will not find represented a lot in international projects and more specifically in the Youth in Action programme. There are many reasons for this.The main reason for this booklet is to support participation of young offenders and ex-offenders in youth projects and activities.https://www.salto-youth.net/rc/inclusion/inclusionpublications/nooffence/
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Inclusion and Diversity Strategy for YouthSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Design GuidesYInclusion and diversity are two sides of the same coin: We want to include young people with fewer opportunities while positively addressing the diversity that different groups add to our lives.The guide helps on how to target young people with fewer opportunities in the best way possible and creates a transparent frame to make Inclusion & Diversity projects easier.https://www.salto-youth.net/downloads/4-17-3103/InclusionAndDiversityStrategy.pdf
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What Is Inclusive Design?
Inclusive Design PracticeInclusive Design PracticeYA brief introduction to inclusive design including the Three Dimensions of Inclusive Design, from the Inclusive Design Research Centre.
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EmpathyInclusive Design PracticeInclusive Design PracticeYThis short film by Microsoft explores the role of empathy in inclusive, participatory, and insightful design. Featuring Jutta Treviranus, Director, Inclusive Design Research Centre.
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Youthpass for ALLSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Design PracticeYYouthpass for All is a booklet intended to guide youth workers and/or youth leaders on how to work with fewer opportunity young people. Youthpass for All starts off by looking at “learning” in the context of Youth in Action activities and goes on to explore how Youthpass can best be implemented with the fewer-opportunity target group.https://www.salto-youth.net/downloads/4-17-1949/YouthpassForAll.pdf
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African Youth CharterSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Policy and StrategyYOutlines rights of young people in Africa and duties and obligations of African Union member states in fulfilling their rights and needs.https://youth.africa-union.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/african-youth-charter_en.pdf
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The World Programme of Action for YouthSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Policy and StrategyYThe World Programme of Action for Youth provides a policy framework and practical guidelines for national action and international support to improve the situation of young people. It contains proposals for action to the year 2000 and beyond, aiming at achieving the objectives of the International Youth Year and at fostering conditions and mechanisms to promote improved well-being and livelihood among young people.https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unyin/documents/wpay2010.pdf
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Inclusion by Design - Inclusion strategies for NGO’sSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Policy and StrategyY"Inclusion by Design" is for anyone interested in learning more about how a strategic approach can help to improve the quality and impact of their inclusion work. This booklet presents a step-by-step approach to strategy-making which can be used by youth organisations both large and small. Does your organisation work with fewer-opportunity young people? Do you have a clear vision of where you are trying to help your young people to go? Do you feel like your youngsters are being successfully "included" into society? If so... is this inclusion happening by chance... or by design? https://www.salto-youth.net/rc/inclusion/inclusionpublications/inclusionbydesign/https://www.salto-youth.net/rc/inclusion/inclusionpublications/inclusionbydesign/
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Shaping Inclusion: Inclusion Strategies for National Agencies (NAs)SOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Policy and StrategyYA step-by-step guide for National Agencies (Inclusion Officers) to develop their inclusion strategy. The booklet contains ideas on how to make the most of your (limited) resources to have lots of inclusion impact.https://www.salto-youth.net/rc/inclusion/inclusionpublications/shapinginclusion/
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Rwanda National Youth PolicySOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSInclusive Policy and StrategyYGuides on implementation of youth projects in Rwanda.http://www.youthpolicy.org/national/Rwanda_2005_National_Youth_Policy.pdf
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Oak Foundation Learning Differences ProgramLearning to LearnLearning to LearnYhttp://oakfnd.org/our-learnings.html
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Eye to EyeLearning to LearnLearning to LearnYhttps://eyetoeyenational.org/
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Massive Open Online Courses for EducatorsLearning to LearnLearning to LearnYhttps://www.fi.ncsu.edu/teams/mooc-ed/
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Learning DifferencesLearning to LearnLearning to LearnYhttps://place.fi.ncsu.edu/local/catalog/course.php?id=2&ref=1
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Students LEADLearning to LearnLearning to LearnYhttps://studentslead.fi.ncsu.edu/#!/pages/home
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Creating Inclusive Learning ExperiencesLearning to LearnLearning to LearnYDesign guidelines and methods for building positive and constructive environments for self-learning and self-reflection with learners who have diverse learning needs and preferenceshttps://handbook.floeproject.org/CreatingInclusiveLearningExperiences.html
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A Parent’s Guide to Response to Intervention (RTI) for young people with learning differences.Learning to LearnYMillions of young people and children experience diffi culties with learning. Their struggles in school may be due to factors such as cultural or language differences, poor attendance or a lack of appropriate instruction. In some cases, a disability such as a learning disability can make learning difficult for them. The goal of RTI is to prevent failure and make all students successful learners. The RTI process might also be called Responsiveness to Intervention or Multi-Tier System of Support (MTSS) depending on the state or school district. Whatever the name, parents play a critical role in RTI, just like any other successful school initiative.https://www.understood.org/~/media/acc8e8c166c7432582494ece864cb16c.pdf
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The Difference Between Accommodations and ModificationsLearning to LearnYAccommodations can help young people with learning differences to learn the same material and meet the same expectations as their classmates. If a student has reading issues, for example, she might listen to an audio recording of a text. There are different types of classroom accommodations, including presentation (like listening to an audio recording of a text) and setting (like where a student sits). Young people with learning differences who are far behind their peers may need changes, or modifications, to the curriculum. For example, a student could be assigned shorter or easier reading assignments. Kids who receive modifications are not expected to learn the same material as their classmates.https://www.understood.org/en/learning-attention-issues/treatments-approaches/educational-strategies/the-difference-between-accommodations-and-modifications
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Understanding Individualized Education Program(IEPs)Learning to LearnYAn Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a written education plan designed to meet learning needs of young people with learning differences. This guide is designed to help you through every step of your IEP journey. It offers basic information, while also leading you to more detailed information and insights. It facilitates personalization of the resources, tools and spaces by young people with learning differences through inclusive design processes.https://www.understood.org/en/school-learning/special-services/ieps/understanding-individualized-education-programs
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Helping Traumatized Children Learn Learning to LearnYThe Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative’s (TLPI) mission is to ensure that children traumatized by exposure to family violence and other adverse childhood experiences succeed in school. To accomplish this mission, TLPI engages in a host of advocacy strategies including: providing support to schools to become trauma sensitive environments; coalition building; outreach and education.https://traumasensitiveschools.org/
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TIGed Learning PlatformSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSLearning ToolsYTakingITGlobal for Educators exists to empower classrooms to understand and act collaboratively on the world's greatest challenges. The platform offers a flexible tool to enable digital classrooms and collaborations across physical locations connected to the internet. There is also a community of teachers, professional development programs and educational resources to support educators to utilize technology to create transformative learning experiences for their students.
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Coding CurriculumSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSLearning ToolsYCode to Learn offers free professional learning for Canadians on coding with young people! MicroWorlds coding software is available at no cost to engage youth across Canada. We work with educators and other community members to co-design curriculum activities & Coding Challenges—including the popular micro:bits!
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Wikipedia Offline + Kimera Local NetworkSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSLearning ToolsYKiwix, the project led by Wikipedia that enables you to have the whole Wikipedia at hand wherever you go, even without an internet connection, was included as part of the content offered by the Kimera Local Network, which was installed in several rural schools in Fresno, a small town in the mountains of Colombia. As part of the content offered thought the Kimera Local Network, Kiwix is ​​at hand of students and teachers who use this platform to access and upload information overcoming the connectivity barriers that arise in their context.
https://karisma.org.co/la-red-local-kimera-como-opcion-para-utilizar-wikipedia-offline-kiwix-en-zonas-sin-acceso-a-internet/
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Kimera PlatformSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSLearning ToolsYThe Kimera Local Network is a wireless network developing by Karisma Foundation in Colombia, to cover local connectivity needs. The network can be hosted on a personal or institutional computer with Windows Operating System (because is the one widespread in the educational sector in Colombia), but the rest of solutions are free software. People can access the local network through mobiles, tablets, computers and any other device with the option of wireless access or wired.http://kimera.com/redlocal.html
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Whose.LandSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSStorytellingYWhose Land is a web-based app that uses GIS technology to assist users in identifying Indigenous Nations, territories, and Indigenous communities across Canada. The app can be used for learning about the territory your home or business is situated on, finding information for a land acknowledgement, and learning about the treaties and agreements signed across Canada. Educational videos are available to watch that will give you a better understanding of why land acknowledgements are important, and the way Indigenous people view their relationship to land.
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Storytelling and Story-Gathering Resources, Tools and ExamplesSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSStorytellingYA collection of resources related to digital storytelling, gathered as part of the Social Justice Repair Kit project.
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Storytelling ToolSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSStorytellingYThis digital tool is being developed as part of the SJRK project to gather and share stories of youth with learning differences, social justice organisations and others who wish to share their story or create a simple online presence.
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Cuentalo StorytellingSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSStorytellingYThe cuéntalo.org virtual platform is a space where stories are made visible, creating community through identifying, recognizing and put into dialogue the different individual and group histories that exist in the city of Cartagena.http://cuentalo.org/
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Decarbonize.meSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSYouth ActivismY#DECARBONIZE #DECOLONIZE is a world-wide synthesis of youth research, recommended policy & action on Climate Change. Connecting around the United Nations Climate Negotiations, thousands of youth across the planet are mobilizing to learn and act on the continued impact of colonization and repercussions on climate change.
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El planeta es la escuela (Methodology in spanish)SOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSYouth ActivismYHow to approach the relationship between young people, technology and territory? This methodology seeks to solve this question by proposing a series of activities in which groups of young people can explore opportunities to create innovative projects in the territory, starting from personal or collective stories (in different formats) and using technological tools, adapted to a specific context, to share their stories.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1U81BBOf1tj10LX0DRM3F2Y4S5YS8lBffiuFLJPjHoaQ/edit#slide=id.g3f3188f87e_0_28
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Motivando a la Gyal (a women´s festival to learn and share)SOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSYouth ActivismYM.A.G. is a social platform created by a group of women from “El Valle de Aburrá”, the area that surrounds Medellín city in Colombia. Their most important project is a collaborative, open and creative Festival based in 3 themes: sovereignty, technologies, and gender. The goal of the event is creates a space where thinkers, activists, children, mothers, and artists from different contexts, can build together collaborative processes, effective (and affective) networks that contribute in different ways in the remaking of our relations with the world, thinking in the importance of diversity"
http://motivandoalagyal.n-esima.net/
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Environmental GuardiansSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSYouth ActivismYhttp://guardiaambiental.org/
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ValueABLE Leader ProjectInclusive Design PracticeYouth LeadershipYhttps://www.valueableleaderproject.com/
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Youth Guides to ActionSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSYouth LeadershipYTakingITGlobal's Action Guides are designed to help you turn your ideas and dreams into reality. The general guide and the issue-specific guides are workbooks for you to download, use and share.
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The Youth Effect docSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSYouth LeadershipYThe Youth Effect was created by a collective of leaders committed to ensuring that children and youth are an integral part of designing, shaping and creating a more sustainable future.
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Village InternationalSOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM AND YOUTH GROUPSYouth LeadershipYVillage International' is a booklet for rural youth workers and youth leaders, about how to set up international youth projects, for and with rural youngsters, in geographically remote and disadvantaged areas. 'Village International' shows you that it's worth to embark on an international adventure, and enjoy the benefits of international projects: for the young people, for your organisation, for the community and for yourself.https://www.salto-youth.net/rc/inclusion/inclusionpublications/villageinternational/
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Free Adobe Software LicensesNAnot publicThe highlighted sections are resources TIG may be able to supply through our ongoing collaboration, but are not intended to be shared publicly
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Relationships with Northern Indigenous CommunitiesNAnot publicly available
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Indigenous Youth MediaNAnot (yet) publicly available
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Cisco Video Conferencing SoftwareNAnot publicly available
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Create to LearnNLiam is double checking about whether there is a public landing page for this / what is being shared to the general public
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Whatsapp Tutor ModelN
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Interactive Paper StorytellingN
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AR Mexican Sign Language ToolN
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41R GlossaryN
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Digital Skills/Cyber Safety WorkshopN
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Tec's Social IncubatorsN
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Local Mentor NetworkN
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VR Storytelling LibraryN
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OER CommonsN
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Local NetworkN
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Digital Security WorkshopN
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Open Educational ResourcesN
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Local ServerN
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Safe Places for WomenN
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MingaNfound this website/post online - not sure if this is what is referred to here? Danahttp://www.mingautopia.net/visual-correspondence-of-platohedro-2/
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FanzineN
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Native SeedsNis this associated with Minkalab?https://www.minkalab.org/
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CelularsN
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Local KnowledgeN
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OrchardsN
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Serval MeshN
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Cyberfeminist PlatformN
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Cyberbullying AppN
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List of resources from Platohedro at bottom of siteNhttp://artscollaboratory.org/resource/#interview-art-group-705-platohedro
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Making WavesNhttps://www.salto-youth.net/rc/inclusion/inclusionpublications/makingwaves/
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SALTO, Inclusion & DiversityNhttps://www.salto-youth.net/rc/inclusion/
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Tusla Child and Youth Participation ToolkitNhttps://www.tusla.ie/uploads/content/Tusla_-_Toolkit_(web_version).pdf
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Youth Participation Best Practices Toolkit Part 1Nhttps://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/library/youth-participation-best-practices-toolkit-part-i
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Youth Participation Best Practices Toolkit Part 2Nhttps://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/library/youth-participation-best-practices-toolkit-part-ii
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SJRK-Cuentalo Storytelling Youtube channel
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SJRK-Cuentalo Storytelling Methodology
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Citizen science water quality testing/data gathering methodology
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