Technology Innovations in technology that serve the world
Like games, classes aren’t interesting when the skills they require are too easy to master and there’s no chance of failure.
How technology and data can form the basis for common-sense, bi-partisan policy reforms amid new uncertainties.
Faced with a potentially dramatic shift in federal policy, how can policymakers, civic tech leaders, philanthropists, and social innovators reshape their approach to innovation, technology, and data so that the US government is more responsive and connected to the people?
Technological innovations have the potential to transform education, but only if they encourage a more active learning environment that fosters critical thinking.
Can drones help solve the complex problem of recognizing property claims in the Philippines?
With the right creative approach and the help of supporter networks, nonprofits can leverage web video to engage thousands, even millions, of people on a shoestring budget.
Innovations will need to address inequity and embrace a broader range of skills than most schools currently teach.
The true power of data comes from conveying the “so what” behind the numbers, inspiring people to probe new questions, and using it for rigorous statistical inquiry.
How nonprofits and social businesses can use data to inform decision-making and evaluate performance.
A recent study found three common barriers to knowledge sharing across nonprofits and their networks, as well as ways and means to overcome them.