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EdLab is a research, design, and development unit at Teachers College, Columbia University. EdLab envisions and pilots knowledge projects for a fundamentally different education sector that is attuned to the emerging post-industrial, information-based world. more >>
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The mPress project will create a publishing application integrated within the mSchool framework by building on the work of the Pressible project. Key goals of the project will be to optimize a version of Pressible for a variety of uses within the mSchool learning environment and to integrate user management and analytics within the overall mSchool user management system. Visit the current version of Pressible to learn more about it's unique features and content.
At the request of the Dean of Teachers College the EdLab produced a video chronicling the major themes in the career of Professor Edmund Gordon. This video was featured as part of the ceremony naming a Teachers College campus in Harlem in honor of Professor Gordon. This video is available online.
Your Summer Learning Contest (2008) aims to promote thinking about learning. We are inviting 13 to 22 year-olds to create videos that demonstrate innovative teaching or learning. They can win $1000, a Future of Education Award, and have their video published on the After Ed Channel. Videos must be under 7 minutes in length, and be submitted by August 31st, 2008. Selected videos will be published throughout the summer. Winners will be notified on or about September 30th, 2008. The following prizes will be awarded:
Submitted by Brian Hughes on Wed, 2015-08-26 21:05

It's my honor to share an important video that was published by EdLab today—our latest #TCChangemaker on Amanda Aiken, an alumna of Teachers College working in New Orleans. This is part of our series we're producing for the TC Admissions Office to help create a conversation about the College's impact, and it will likely be featured in an ad campaign in The Atlantic this fall. We're also excited to launch this on the 10th anniversary of the Hurricane Katrina disaster that devastated New Orleans. We hope this will be one more way we help the conversation about democracy and education continue.

Our work is hard. The work of many educators is harder. I hope you'll take a moment to reflect on EdLab's mission, and the complex routines that are a part of our work, and how you're able to bring your whole self to the tasks we work on together—every day, every week, every year.

If you weren't here when EdLab launched the Teaching the Levees curriculum, check it out!