DALLAS, May 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Give Something Back International Foundation (GSBI) has announced the winners of the 2010/2011 Global Virtual Classroom Contest (GVC) -- a free online collaborative learning project that fosters creativity, cross cultural understanding, helping others and teaches IT and website design skills amongst students working together from around the world.
What does GSBI stand for?
GSBI stands for Give Something Back International Foundation (Florida)
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We have 6 other meanings of GSBI in our Acronym Attic
- Give Something Back Foundation (Lockport, IL)
- Golden State Bonsai Federation
- Golden State Bulb Growers (California)
- Gonadal Steroid-Binding Globulin
- Graduate School in Bioinformatics and Genome Research (Bielefeld, Germany)
- Great South Benefits Group (Suwanee, GA)
- Greensky Bluegrass (band)
- Graduate School of Business and Government Management (Victorian University of Wellington; New Zealand)
- Greater Southern Brooklyn Health Coalition (New York)
- Gabungan Serikat Buruh Indonesia (Indonesian: Indonesia Joint Trade Unions)
- Global Social Benefit Incubator (Santa Clara University, California)
- Global Summer Business Institute
- Granite St. Bankshares, Inc.
- Great Southern Bancorp Inc. (Springfield, MO)
- Galaxy Satellite Broadcasting Limited
- Gemeinsamer Stoffdatenpool Bund/Länder
- Georgia Small Business Lender
- Gopher State Baseball League (Minnesota Youth Athletic Services)
- Granite State Baseball League (Merrimack, NH)
- Guess Song By Lyrics
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Sponsored by the Give Something Back International Foundation (GSBI), and now in its sixth year, the GVC provides an opportunity for primary and secondary school students from different countries to work with and learn from students in other countries, as they collaboratively design a website on a topic of their choosing.
Sponsored by the Give Something Back International Foundation (GSBI), and now in its eighth year, the GVC provides an opportunity for primary and secondary school students around the world to work with and learn from students in other countries, as they collaboratively design a website on a topic of their choosing.