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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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Pundit is a course recommendation and search tool. The alpha prototype employs a novel combination of data retrieval and data mining approaches to recommend courses to users based on a match between their profiles and course content. The system utilizes course management system and library e-reserves data to collect information about course content that is indexed and then matched with user profiles.
The Launch Pad project will encompass a set of activities designed to address the challenge of launching new educational products, services, institutions, and infrastructures in ways that allow them to have maximum impact in transforming the education sector. The project will conduct research into the current options for launching new educational initiatives. It will create resources to support educators, researchers, and entrepreneurs in the development of new educational activities. It will also engage those actively involved in early stage activities looking for support.
EdLab Seminars EdLab Seminars bring speakers from around the corner and around the world to the Gottesman Libraries in a continuing exploration of new possibilities for advancing education for the post-industrial, information-centric world. These weekly seminars are open to guests interested in learning more about a range of EdLab programs and services. For more information click here. EdLab Summer Internships for High School Students, College Students, and Teachers
Submitted by Gary Natriello on Mon, 2016-06-27 11:54

As we work on reconfiguring the fifth floor as a healthier environment, we might want to consider this variation on a treadmill desk. Be sure to scroll down for information on others working from this design.