Monthly Archives: August 2013

August 27, 2013, by Ed Melvin

Seeing: The Ottoman Waits

I began to photograph things while I was still in elementary school.  I do not remember the first type of camera nor why my family agreed it was a good idea.  As I read about photography, I found that the recommendations were same as art teachers would say.  “draw what you see’.  So I began […]

August 20, 2013, by Jenny Gallow

A Library That Blurs The Lines Between Work, Home & Play

The dramatic changes in technology over the past few decades has greatly impacted the way we design spaces – and that rate of change continues to increase year to year (month to month, day to day??!!). Some of my co-worked have blogged about how tablets and BYOD (bring your own device) have impacted the design […]

August 7, 2013, by Charlie Jahnigen

The Ever-Changing World Of Classroom Technology

A few weeks ago I wrote about 21st century learning environment “jargon”  being used in the marketplace. Obviously those terms go hand in hand with classroom technology. With school starting back soon, it’s interesting to see technology changes being implemented into the classroom. One of the popular changes is one-to-one or mobile technology as a […]

August 5, 2013, by Lindsay Mullett

Coming to a classroom near you: Movement Furniture

This year I had a great opportunity to attend Neocon; a crazy three day tradeshow of amazing new products, thought-inspiring seminars, and a melting pot of design experience from all around the world.  As a first-timer, I wasn’t sure what to expect but was excited to see what new products would wow me, and more […]

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