[Why We Are #LovinLouisville] eCitizenship and #DigDem

Posted in #ADPTDC14 Update on May 29, 2014

By Jen Domagal-Goldman, ADP National Manager, AASCU Heading to Louisville for #ADPTDC14? Over the next two weeks leading up to our June 5-7 ADP/TDC Joint National Meeting in this City of Compassion, we’ll be highlighting reasons that we’re #LovinLouisville. Reason #8? The eCitizenship Strand! Throughout the conference, you’ll notice an emphasis on eCitizenship and how […]

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[Why We Are #LovinLouisville] Civic Pathways Theme, Sessions, and Strand

Posted in #ADPTDC14 Update on May 29, 2014

By Jen Domagal-Goldman, ADP National Manager, AASCU Heading to Louisville for #ADPTDC14? Over the next two weeks leading up to our June 5-7 ADP/TDC Joint National Meeting in this City of Compassion, we’ll be highlighting reasons that we’re #LovinLouisville. Reason #7? Civic Pathways! The theme for the 2014 ADP/TDC National Meeting is “Forging Civic Pathways […]

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[Why We Are #LovinLouisville] Stuff for Students Only

Posted in #ADPTDC14 Update on May 27, 2014

By Caitlin Reilly, Program Associate, The American Democracy Project Heading to Louisville for #ADPTDC14? Over the next two weeks leading up to our June 5-7 ADP/TDC Joint National Meeting in this City of Compassion, we’ll be highlighting reasons that we’re #LovinLouisville. Reason #6? Student-focused programming! We’re super excited by the student participation we get at […]

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[Why We Are #LovinLouisville] Our Sponsors and Partners

Posted in #ADPTDC14 Update on May 23, 2014

By Jen Domagal-Goldman, ADP National Manager Heading to Louisville for #ADPTDC14? Over the next two weeks leading up to our June 5-7 ADP/TDC Joint National Meeting in this City of Compassion, we’ll be highlighting reasons that we’re #LovinLouisville. Reason #5? Our sponsors and partners! We’re excited to introduce you to the array of stellar sponsors […]

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[Why We Are #LovinLouisville] Themed Session Strands

Posted in #ADPTDC14 Update on May 22, 2014

By Caitlin Reilly, Program Associate, The American Democracy Project Heading to Louisville for #ADPTDC14? Over the next two weeks leading up to our June 5-7 ADP/TDC Joint National Meeting in this City of Compassion, we’ll be highlighting reasons that we’re #LovinLouisville. Reason #4? Themed Session Strands We’ve made the #ADPTDC14 program even easier to follow, […]

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[Why We Are #LovinLouisville] Pre-Cons Aplenty

Posted in #ADPTDC14 Update on May 21, 2014

By Stephanie R. South, TDC National Coordinator Heading to Louisville for #ADPTDC14? Over the next two weeks leading up to our June 5-7 ADP/TDC Joint National Meeting in this City of Compassion, we’ll be highlighting reasons that we’re #LovinLouisville. Reason #3? Our pre-con sessions! Prior to the opening plenary session on Thursday (we haven’t told […]

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[Why We Are #LovinLouisville] Untold Stories of the Connected World: Journalism as an Instrument for Citizenship

Posted in #ADPTDC14 Update on May 20, 2014

By Caitlin Reilly, Program Associate, the American Democracy Project Heading to Louisville for #ADPTDC14? Over the next two weeks leading up to our June 5-7 ADP/TDC Joint National Meeting in this City of Compassion, we’ll be highlighting reasons that we’re #LovinLouisville. Reason #2? Saturday’s plenary session! We’ll be opening Saturday’s activities with a plenary session […]

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[Why We are #LovinLouisville ] #Online: Democracy Gone Digital Plenary Session

Posted in #ADPTDC14 Update on May 19, 2014

By Jen Domagal-Goldman, ADP National Manager Heading to Louisville for #ADPTDC14? Over the next two weeks leading up to our June 5-7 ADP/TDC Joint National Meeting in this City of Compassion, we’ll be highlighting reasons that we’re #LovinLouisville. Reason #1? Our Friday morning plenary session! Get ready for an exciting morning plenary session featuring a […]

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[What We're Reading] The Impossible Will Take a Little While by Paul Loeb

Posted in What We're Reading on May 16, 2014

Paul Loeb, founder of the Campus Election Engagement Project, has a wholly updated edition of his political hope anthology, The Impossible Will Take a Little While. And free exam copies are available either through his publisher, along with his classic civic engagement study Soul of a Citizen, or first come/first served at the upcoming 2014 […]

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[TDC Partners & Friends] ACPA to Hold Service Learning Symposium Prior to #ADPTDC14; Member Rate Available

ACPA Symposium on Service-Learning June 3 – 5, 2014 • Louisville, Kentucky http://www.acpa.nche.edu/event/2014-symposium-service-learning In the spirit of democracy and civic engagement, ACPA (American College Personnel Association) is hosting its 2nd Service-Learning Symposium immediately prior to the 2014 American Democracy Project/The Democracy Commitment National Meeting. This symposium will be an outstanding professional development opportunity as student […]

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