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    Technology Upgrade Coming to Do Space, Thanks to Charles E. Lakin Foundation, Inc.

    September 15th, 2020  |   Rebecca Stavick, Executive Director

    Do Space is more ready than ever to provide cutting-edge technology to the Greater Omaha area. Thanks to the generous support of Charles E. Lakin Foundation, Inc., Do Space is future-proofing Omaha with upgrades to its computers, 3D lab, and server infrastructure.  Computers in the public computer space and laptops that we use for programs will be replaced thanks to the generous support of...
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    We Have Some Amazing Webinars Scheduled for July!

    July 9th, 2020  |   Brie Alsbury, Community Learning Specialist

    It’s hot outside! That makes it the perfect time to stay inside and learn something new with one of the many webinars Do Space has lined up in July.  Want to learn more about Microsoft Office products? Join our fantastic instructor Julie Dort for a series of webinars with a little bit of something for all levels of experience.  Excel Basics Webinar - Friday, July 10th at 1pm. Learn...
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    Virtual Interview Lab

    July 9th, 2020  |   Michael Sauers, Director of Technology

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, over 100,000 Nebraskans lost their means of employment. With organizations starting to reopen, interviews are starting to take place again all over the community, many via online video. In response, we have created our free Virtual Interview Lab to assist community members that might need access to high-speed internet, equipment, and space. Conveniently located in...
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    Do Space’s Response to Covid-19

    June 25th, 2020  |   Rachel Drietz, Operations Manager

    Right now at Do Space our number one priority is the health and safety of our community members and our staff. While our mission of empowering the community with access to technology remains the same, we have navigated how to do so with new safety measures and protocols in place. Learn more about what we are doing in response to Covid-19: We are asking members to make a reservation before...
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    Where to Start Selling Your Art

    June 22nd, 2020  |   Nick Schnitzer

    Profiting off digital art can be a dream come true, but it can also be an absolute  nightmare. My name is Nick, and I’ve worked in the ring of digital art for a little while now. Making a profit off of artwork is tough, but having a place to start things is certainly a great help. Selling artwork online certainly isn’t a new concept, and it’s not going away anytime soon. There are...
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    Lots of Learning in Littles Lab

    June 18th, 2020  |   Kimberly Hwa Davis, Community Learning Specialist

    Do Space is thrilled to announce that the Todd and Mary Heistand Family Foundation has awarded our Littles Lab program a generous grant in support of all 2020 sessions, helping us to keep classes free and open to all. On behalf of our youngest members, thank you! Since opening in November 2015, the Do Space Littles Lab program has sparked an interest in technology in thousands of Omaha kiddos...
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    Career Resources For System-Impacted Folks: Black & Pink and Rise

    June 15th, 2020  |   Kana Hansen

    According to the 2018 “Out of Prison, Out of Work” report from the Prison Policy Initiative, the 27% unemployment rate among formerly incarcerated persons is nearly 5 times the general U.S. unemployment rate, with further disparities for Black men (35.2%) and Black women (43.6%). The challenges of finding stable and non-exploitive employment for system-impacted persons creates ripples within...
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    10 LGBTQ Science and Tech Icons

    June 11th, 2020  |   Elizabeth Brown

    June is LGBT Pride Month! There are (and historically have been) LGBT folks in virtually every career field, but some are more well-known than others. Beyond the activists, artists, and politicians, there are also LGBTQ+ folks involved in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields! Here are ten who I think are really interesting, but there are many more out there waiting for...
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    Do Space Reopening June 15

    June 10th, 2020  |   Rebecca Stavick, Executive Director

    Do Space Reopening with Limited Services June 2020 Update: Most recent information can be found here. We are excited to announce that beginning on Monday, June 15th, the Do Space will reopen to the public, offering a new blend of in-person and digital services to the community.  Visiting Do Space In order to support the health of our community, we ask our members visiting the Do Space...
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    A Few Quick Tips About OneNote

    June 8th, 2020  |   Sruti Prathivadhi

    It’s easy to get lost in a bundle of notes, sticky notes filled with never-ending to-do lists, and scribbles of last-minute ideas. The good news is Microsoft’s OneNote offers a great place to store all that information in a nice, tidy online notebook. Here are some quick tips that might help organize that information a bit better, or just make your OneNote look nicer:    Not...
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