If makers designed their own conference center, what would it look like? In what ways would it improve the venues we now use for conferences? (@wmchamberlain and we should start designing our own edcamp conference centers, too.
Google has just revealed that its popular Chromecast dongle will soon receive a sizable feature boost. What's more, the streaming device will also receive a personalized user home screen. Here's what's in store for your living room.
This week Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rolf Treu handed the education reform movement a stunning legal victory, when he struck down California’s teacher tenure laws for discriminating against poor and minority students.
Sofas, staircases, graffiti and the 'workplace of the future' Chicago Tribune A slide from the University of Cincinnati School of Architecture and Interior Design's entry, "PopUP : The Rise of the Mobile Worker and the use of Vacant Space.
The Magic School Bus is heading back to television -- Netflix and Scholastic Media announced Wednesday that a new, original series based on the kids' science series will bow in 2016. PHOTOS: Kids' Choice Awards: Robert Downey Jr., Pharrell Go Green
Does going on vacation make you more creative when you get back? Vox That's the claim of a new study, in which Dutch researchers gave creativity tests to workers before and after they took a trip and found they scored better afterward.
Camp Invention Inspires Creativity in Kids Newscenter1.tv The University Center in Rapid City held its Camp Invention this week, inspiring creativity and inventive thinking in kids entering first through sixth grade.
Classroom is a new product in Google Apps for Education that enables teachers to send assignments, make announcements, and conduct question & answer with students. Classroom was designed hand-in-hand with teachers to help them save time, keep their classes organized, and improve communication with students.
A team of six Bartlett High School freshmen has developed an app that allows people to track calories and graph their exercise progress. It earned the school top honors in the 2014 Verizon Innovative App Challenge. Bartlett was among four winning high schools that placed nationally. Its team also earned the titles of best in state and the Midwest region. "The making and designing of the app was a thrilling experience," said Autumn Chung, 15.
This post is part of a new series brought to you by TechSmith’s talented, passionate, and sometimes quirky design team. Follow us on Twitter @TechSmithDesign The latest version of Snagit has quite a few new icons.