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* [[StandUp For Kids]]  <small>''by [[Carl Determeyer]]''</small>
 
* [[AmeriCorps]]  - [http://www.americorps.gov/] <small>''by [[Christianna Spaccarotelli]]''</small>
 
* [[AmeriCorps]]  - [http://www.americorps.gov/] <small>''by [[Christianna Spaccarotelli]]''</small>
 
* [[Big Brother Big Sister]] - [http://www.bbbs.org/ Learn More] <small>''by [[Merilyn Su'a]]''</small>
 
* [[Big Brother Big Sister]] - [http://www.bbbs.org/ Learn More] <small>''by [[Merilyn Su'a]]''</small>

Revision as of 12:15, 1 June 2011

Please add your case study below (in alphabetical order, of course). You need to briefly describe your case study. Ultimately you'll need to discuss relevant collectivities (represented in SeeMe by ovals), actions (rounded rectangles), and entities (rectangles).

Note 1. You don't have to put the SeeMe diagram(s) in the Wiki.

Note 2. The case study can also be referenced by the same link that's in the civic intelligence examples section.



Questions

Add your questions in relation to the case study here.

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