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02.05.2007 | idea | Sergei Bannikov: The Internet as a Window to the Outside World
After taking a series of computer courses at the IDEA Educational Center in 2006, Sergei Bannikov, a young disabled man from Yekaterinburg, discovered the Internet and not only gained new friends throughout Russia but continued to increase his knowledge in his chosen fields of interest.

29.04.2007 | idea | IDEA Center Staff from Chita Contribute to the Information Guide for the Disabled
The instructors of the IDEA Educational Center in Chita State University helped the local Society for the Disabled in compiling an annual “Information Guide for the Disabled” by contributing a special chapter on Internet resources, and listing web-sites featuring information and materials for the disabled, including legal aid.

29.04.2007 | idea | Olga Mikhaleva: PowerPoint Skills Come in Handy During the Thesis Defense
Knowledge and skills, acquired during the course “Basics of PowerPoint” at the IDEA Educational Center in Kemerovo, helped Olga Mikhaleva, a librarian of a small rural library in Guryevsky region of Kemerovo oblast, create several PowerPoint presentations for her library and successfully defend her graduation thesis.

28.04.2007 | linx | Kind participation
Together with other students Kirs Kleymenova came to the Club "Children`s Dignity" in April, 2006. Her motivation was her general interest to know about the organization`s activities and the ways of her possible participation. At that time she was a student of the 3rd year in the University. Her studying field is "Social work". She wanted to try her skills working with kids.

28.04.2007 | idea | Olga Linnik: Landed a New Job!
After completing a course in basic computer skills at the IDEA Educational Center of the Kamchatka public research library and thus providing herself with new knowledge and, consequently, new opportunities, Olga Linnik, who had been temporarily out of work, was able to find herself a job she wanted in a travel agency.
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