I really like the quality of fun-yet-simple animation in this video. Also, it's from an interesting organization! Good sou...
This year, the Strage Prize features the work of TC Professor Joey Lee and his research on games and education.
Lee’s recent work includes “Greenify: real-world missions for climate change education” and “Experience points for learning: Student perceptions of game mechanics for the classroom.”
His work at Teachers College intersected with others through projects supported by the National Science Foundation, and through his work at TC’s
Thanks to the Services team for their help researching and curating the history of TC, education, health, and psychology this past spring term. The first set of materials is up on the third floor!
More will be coming soon, including the title of the show, and instructions for anyone who wants to help tell the history of the College. (For the basics, see this news post.)
From Monday, July 8th through Friday, July 12th, TC Professor Anand Marri will be hosting a special workshop in the library—the Financial Literacy Summer Institute. Taking place in the Second Floor Collaboration Space each day, 60 social studies teachers will be learning how to teach personal financial literacy.
The project, Loot, Inc. (featured on the library's Pressible website service!) is an ongoing conversation about developing personal financial literacy inside and beyo...
Thank you for this mash-up, Interwebs.
Sounds like a great digital art event! See you there?
The socialist perspective in this best-of resource is very interesting!
350 sites, 2,500 authors!
In developing the Scholars at TC show, library designers decided to create an interactive pdf as the basis for the show. There are several cool things about interactive pdfs:
Easy to create (in Adobe InDesign!)
Easy to share, as anyone with a pdf viewer can view it (i.e., everyone on their own device, on or offline!)
Interactive like a website for non-linear viewing
Displays well on an iPad
In addition to these qualities, we also had to ...