Our new Cafe Book Collection Display is installed last week at Everett Cafe, 1st floor of Gottesman Libraries. And we are happy to see three books were checked out two days after the display installed, and half of the books are gone up to now.Concept of the CollectionIs it true that we care mostly about giant, often tropical or subtropica...
Well, it might not be for everyone, but Honda's Sound Sitter app might be number one on the list of apps for parents of young children. The app uses the car engine sounds from 37 different cars to lull babies to sleep. This Honda video makes it seem too good to be true -
Last Week, Patrick and I went to the SmashingConf held in the Midtown. SmashingConf is a great event focusing on design and front-end filed.The conference is one track, two-day event with two days workshop. Amazing speakers including John Meade( as Mystery Speaker), Debbie Millman (will run for NYC mayor election?! ) shared knowledge including how to coop between designe...
Our latest Cafe Book Collection Display is ready for audiences at Everett Cafe, 1st floor of Gottesman Libraries.
According to the World Economic Forum 2016 report, by 2050 there will be more plastic than fish (by weight) in the world's oceans. In a business-as-usual scenario, the ocean is expected to
contain 1 tonne of plastic for every 3 tonnes of fish by 2025,
and by 2050, more plastics than fish (by weight).
For the past month I embarked on an adventure in the library’s archive and TC’s history to understand better how has Teachers College – and consequently the library – visually represented itself as an entity. More specifically, I was curious about how its visual communication guidelines, insignias and logos have evolved and have been used. In the light of the library’s new website launch, I wondered if there was a clear evolution on how TC and the library have been represented in imagery and if there was a consistency through out its existence.This brief research brought some interes...
As SpaceX blasts off a car into space, headed toward Mars, the curtain begins to close on the “Out of this World” Mars experience in the Learning Theater. This March we are projected to send the final groups of colonists out to redder pastures. So it’s time to start thinking about what the next big edu-taining experience for the LT space might be. I spent some time pondering the future of the space and here is a pitch for a possible way to transform the 4th floor in the coming months.
Are you an artist? Do you know any? If so this is a great opportunity. Funded by the Myers Foundation and supported by our very own Design Team, the yearly EdLab Art Commission has made the Gottesman Libraries a place to find great art at the intersection of Education, Technology and Creativity.Please spread the word, info below and on
As we move more fully into developing tools to support mobile learning opportunities, it seems that audio will play a larger role in our work. Audio has a number of advantages as a mobile technology, including the ability to create an immersive experience without totally distracting users from the other activities around them. However, audio also has some limitations such as enforced linearity and, of course, discounting the powerful opportunities that visual presentation can offer. With these things in mind, it may be worth some careful thought about how audio-centric learning experiences ...
Our amazing resident artists Wearable Media Studios are holding free workshops to share some of their wisdom about combining data, fashion and wearable technology!Please spread the word RSVP email@example.comThe incredible installation is on the 2nd floor,