Sunday, March 23, 2014

Tentatively Averted, Digitally Divided and Disparities, and Sunny Words with Cloudy Acts

more detail: Updates on AFSCME hospital contract
see:
LA Times: UC hospital strike averted by tentative contract agreement

AFSCME 3299 President Kathryn Lybarger, in a statement, said the tentative agreement “reflects compromise on both sides, improves safety in UC hospitals, and honors the important contributions that patient care technical workers make to the UC health system every day. Our members are looking forward to ratifying this agreement, returning to work, and doing what they do best—caring for patients.”

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-uc-hospital-strike-averted-20140323,0,3271156.story#ixzz2wq5O4s20

Daily Cal: Strike averted as UC and patient care workers union reach tentative contract agreement

the UCOP PR on the tentative AFSCME agreement to avert the upcoming strike
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Remaking the University w/ From MOOCS To FEMTECHNET: A Review of the Berkeley Online Summit 2014 by John Scott, School of Education, UC Berkeley

it touches on the importance of net neutrality, too
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SF Chron on Sacramento: A Sunshine Vote, Amid Very Cloudy Actions

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