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Prescott Public Library Offers Free Virtual Meeting Room Space and Support

Thanks to a CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act grant from the Arizona State Library, Prescott Public Library offers a Zoom® Business account available for use by the community for free virtual meetings. Community organizations, book clubs, and small groups use the service with the support of library staff. For years, Prescott Public

Education

FREE learning sessions: ASU Innovation Week + Innovation Quarter

ASU is offering five weeks of free virtual programming to engage students, families with kids and the entire community in learning activities covering topics from social justice to the zombie apocalypse to cookie decorating. The catalog of learning opportunities includes nearly 200 activities, which range from single, 15-minute sessions to courses taking place over multiple

Music

Rock’N’Roll Fantasy Camp Announces New 2020 Masterclass Season

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp (RRFC) – the longtime rock ‘n’ roll institution where students learn from real-life rock stars – announces its new 2020 Masterclass online season. Guest musicians include Alice Cooper, Joey Kramer (Aerosmith), Kathy Valentine (The Go-Gos), Steve Howe (Yes), Nels Cline (Wilco), Sebastian Bach, music industry leaders Jason Flom, Eddie Trunk, Shep Gordon and songwriting

Education

Committed to Re-imagining School for our Exceptional Students

As a leader in serving students with autism and other special needs, Arizona Autism Charter School (AZACS) is committed to re-imagining school and reopening safe and strong in the 2020-21 school year! While our schools will ramp up the year with virtual learning for all students starting August 18, we plan to offer maximum choice

Education

WebLive classes are the next best thing to being there in person

More than 100 YC classes offered in video-conferencing format this fall The coronavirus stole what students and faculty agree is the best part of in-person classes: human interaction. Technology has given the education arena a way to bring that face-to-face interaction back, albeit virtually. At Yavapai College, that technology is called WebLive – a live

Opinion

Opinion: Communications, From Kovacs to COVID

Somewhere early in 2020, human communication changed radically — probably forever. Those who understand this and successfully adapt will flourish in the post-COVID-19 world. Those who don’t will shout into a din of electronic conversation— unheard, unnoticed and perhaps unemployed. Meanwhile, we’re suffering through interminable Zoom lectures and deadly dull online classes given by teachers

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