* Over 20 staff, students, and administrators have attended our two general meetings.
* We have held three core leadership meetings, two platform meetings, and one club life meeting.
* We have a logo (see side panel)
* We have a mission statement (M-Hub connects the Mercy community through personal networks, furthering the learning of our students).
* We have been recognized with official "club" status at the school. We sought this in order to involve more students in the project and root ourselves more deeply in the school culture.
* Most importantly, we have made tremendous strides towards identifying a platform upon which we can build our network. After meetings with staff from our Tech Department, Advancement Office, and our web designer we are guardedly confident that the M-Hub site can be built with drupal (the same back-end system used by the White House site!) and accessible to our students with their school IDs.
We have meetings scheduled this spring to discuss formats for our data collection. We also want are working on security and user policies. At this point we are confident that we can start collecting, recruiting, and building for our ambitious project in September.
Screen Shot from Apple Challenge Based Learning M-Hub page.