Archive For The “project” Category

SFFworthy

By | January 17, 2014

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SFFworthy

By | January 17, 2014

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Rare 3D Camera Found Containing Photos from WWI

By | October 6, 2013

It’d be fun to have a computer art class create similar images to capture important moments in history.

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This Is What Happens When Publishers Invest In Long Stories ⚙ Co.Labs ⚙ code community

By | August 20, 2013

In mid-April, we went live with a half dozen articles which we call “stubs.” The idea here is to plant a flag in a story right away with a short post–a “stub”–and then build the article as the story develops over time, rather than just cranking out s…

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What Project-Based Learning Is — and What It Isn’t | MindShift

By | January 25, 2013

The video is decent as a separater between project oriented and project based.

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Funky Fungal Holiday

By | December 24, 2012

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This Is How You Advertise For An Art School

By | December 30, 2011

Pretty interesting options for applying this concept to other warnings.

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Mind the Gap: Embracing Wikipedia – Talking in the Library

By | July 26, 2011

The student explained that he had heard that soldiers in the Pacific during World War II carried coconuts with them because the coconut milk could be used like plasma. If you look at the Wikipedia article on coconuts, you will find that "fact.&quo…

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Dear Photograph

By | July 25, 2011

The phrasing would make for an interesting art/English hybrid project.  You could fake it via photoshop and do some interesting examples from historical figures.  Something like what Napoleon would have gone back to photograph and what his statement …

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About « The Civil War Augmented Reality Project

By | February 1, 2011

The Civil War Augmented Reality Project was conceived by several public educators with technology experience and a desire to offer more interactivity to students and the general public visiting historic sites. The objective of the project is to develop…

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