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Appropriate Technology Library Now in USB Format and Optimized for eReaders

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We are pleased to announce the launch of the latest version of the 1000+ volume Appropriate Technology Library now on USB and optimized for eBook readers. Our lightest, most compact version of the Appropriate Technology Library now comes with book covers, metadata along with a powerful open source eReader software that makes it easy to select and sync books to your favorite eReader, tablet, or smartphone. Plus, we integrated the Appropriate Technology Sourcebook summaries of each book directly into each books metadata.

The Appropriate Technology Library is the most comprehensive, compact, and cost effective appropriate technology and sustainable living resource in the world! The AT Library contains the full text and images from over 1000 of the best books dealing with all areas of do-it-yourself technology. Portable and easy to use on 1 USB, 2 DVDs or 28 CDs. The AT Library is currently in use in over 74 countries worldwide. It’s like a portable internet of appropriate technology solutions!

 

Upcoming Courses in the Village Earth/CSU Online Certificate Program in Community-Based Development

Summer I Session

GSLL 1524 – Social Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development

This course will examine entrepreneurship and enterprise generation as a key foundation of the development of both economic and social capital, as well as individual and community empowerment. Its main emphasis will be the exploration of entrepreneurship with an imperative to drive social change and build sustainable ventures.

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Spring II Session

GSLL 1507 – Tourism and Development

This course will explore successful tourism initiatives as well as problematic initiatives. We will critically examine the nature of tourism, its impacts on communities and considerations that must be taken into account in order for a tourism project to have the desired impact of pursuing a local vision for development without destroying.

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Spring II Session

GSLL 1517 – Community-Based Organizing

Taking a practical “hands-on” perspective, this course will explore the theories, tools, styles and challenges of community-based organizing. It will discuss practical strategies for developing community leadership and working with marginalized communities, exploring the ideas and examples from Evo Morales, Paulo Freire, Saul Alinsky, Sub-Comandante Marcos, the Bridge Immigrant Rights experiment and Martin Heidegger.

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