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Welcome to our refreshed and mobile-friendly website (our v.3.0). If you’re a first-time visitor, welcome! If you’ve been here before,  we invite you to spend some time exploring and getting familiar with our tweaks to navigation and organization. You’ll find familiar and favorite material including: what’s coming up (events), what’s happening now (RJI Fellowship updates, RJI links, Futures Lab video updates), and recent insights, tools and resources from other RJI projects.
 
While you’re at it, sign up for one or more of our popular email newsletters. Go to our newsletter subscriptions page, check the boxes next to your interest areas and you’ll never miss out on timely and useful information that will help you transform your organization and career. You can also get to the subscriptions page by clicking on the button on the right sidebar on desktop, or by tapping on the button at the top of any story page on mobile.
 
Share your thoughts with us at steffensb@rjionline.org.

Love the new site? We’d love to hear it. Have ideas or suggestions for content, website features or technological tweaks that aren’t here? Send me a note, and we’ll consider them for v. 3.1 later in 2016. Out of the gate, we wouldn’t (and you shouldn’t) be surprised with a glitch here and a hiccup there. Just tell us the details of where it occurs and under what circumstances, and we’ll be on it.
 
Note: Not all 10,000 pages of content from the old website will be immediately available on our updated website. As we did with v.2.0 four and a half years ago, we’ve loaded the most recent and popular material and will backfill with the rest during the coming months. If there’s something you know exists, and you absolutely need it now, but you don't see it, send me a note and we’ll do our best to get it to you.
 
Finally, our thanks to Lamar Henderson, RJI’s website administrator, and Nick Cappo, a computer science student at the University of Missouri.
 
They are the architects of this site who managed development while continuing to grow the existing website.

Brian Steffens  
 
Director of Communications



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