As a part of a one year sabbatical, a variety of Internet projects are underway at this site. All explore the potential of Internet as a tool for local communities and nonprofit organizations. Some are general efforts to make Internet more accessible for serious use. Some are very specific to neighborhood GIS work developed in Milwaukee over the past four years. Most importantly, this material is posted to encourage communication with those of you who are doing similar work. Please leave comments, suggestions and a description of your work.
Establishing a Presence - Local Nonprofits On-line - a site developed to support Internet planning efforts by local nonprofit organizations.
Community Wide Education and Information Systems - a detailed discussion of integrated community sites. [NOT YET ON LINE]
Web Navigation Page - An annotated collection of links designed to assist serious "Surfing" of the Internet.
Organized links to the Web- Annotated collections of more than 3000 links, including categories relevant to nonprofits, communities and public policy.
Milwaukee Online - a set of local links, a catalog of local initiatives and details on local Telecommunications events. [UNDER CONSTRUCTION]
Milwaukee Associates in Urban Development (M.A.U.D.) home page - A comprehensive local association of nonprofit organizations in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. [UNDER CONSTRUCTION]
Community data and GIS - A portfolio of maps and data of value to neighborhoods developed by the M.A.U.D. Neighborhood Data Center program. [NOT YET ON LINE]
Community Development and Telecommunications Papers - A - Annotated links to papers around the Internet. [NOT YET ON LINE]
Technical Tools for the Serious Surfer - programs and strategies for organizing bookmarks, homepage demonstrations and listserv messages. [UNDER CONSTRUCTION]
Personal Home Page - more details on my work - especially during Sabbatical in 1995 and 1996.
This is a new site. We welcome responses, suggestions and contributions. Select the mailbox to send a message email@example.com
This page, and all local contents, are Copyright (C) 1995 by Michael Barndt.