Designers often need to convey information to the users of their designs. Specialists in information visualization design in particular find themselves presenting data over and over again to their users.
What Do Making and Reading Have in Common? Over at GOOD, there’s a great little piece up about maker spaces in libraries. These ones are bricks and mortar (or metal and glass), unlike the SparkTruck I...
There are a wide range of free education sites out there, some of them offering better courses than others. In most cases, a free course won�t get you teacher attention, but you�ll get all the materials to study on your own.
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An interesting look at further education for those wanting extension work or lifelong learning opportunities.
Hands-on learning stimulates imagination with a constant flow of ideas and experiments. It keeps peoples minds alive. Our education system needs to underscore the importance of creativity and the imagination.
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