As many of you may know, last week I completed my Innovation Fellowship at Edlab and with it, the podcast series, An Audience of One.
Please enjoy the final episode (which is a bit different than the others) below.
I hope to see you very soon!
Episode 3 of An Audience of One. Where do you watch the videos you find online?
As we take a break from our commutes for a few days, Episode 2 of An Audience of One is ready for your Monday morning return to the train. Is a train compartment a community?
Episode 1 of An Audience of One, which was previewed at our podcasting seminar. Episode 2 will be out next week. For background, see this blog post.
Episode 1 of An Audience of One is here! ... and it'll be released via the blog on Tuesday, with a new episode airing each week thereafter. In the meantime, here's Episode 0, an introduction to the series, for your weekend listening pleasure.
Feedback always welcome. More to come soo...
We've just installed August's book collection in the Everett News Cafe, which features 32 of the English-language books found in Osama Bin Laden's hideout 4 years ago (items found during the raid were declassified in May this year). These micro-collections will change periodically and feature books related to news/current affairs, design or education. If you have any suggestions for future topics, curators or collections, send them my way! All the beautiful design credit goes to
Sharing an event this Thursday that might be up the alley of many of us here. A future seminar speaker (founder of the app Poetics!) will be on it too.
About: Together with Tumblr, the NYC DOE iZone, New York Tech Meetup and Urban Arts Partnership are co-hosting a panel discussion and celebration on Thursday, July 30th to bring together educators, policymakers and industry professionals to push forward the integration of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math. The panel discussion will focus on the importance ...
The Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) is a 220,000 square-foot building on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY that serves to create a meaningful, technology-rich performance and art space on the engineering campus. Rather than simply providing technical services to artists in residence, EMPAC requires artists to understand technology and work together with it...
The Boulder Journey School began in 1984 as a one hour parent-child arts and crafts class. By 1993 it had grown into a full-day, full-year school program modeled after the educational philosophy of the schools in Reggio Emilia, Italy. The program and building were designed around core values of collaboration, creativity, and a strong image of the child and of the adult.
From the time the young...
The Telegraph has a piece out about the impact online video (YouTube, specifically) has had on influencing politics, attaining celebrity, supporting learning and so forth.
It's nothing new or riveting, but sometimes nice to take a bird's eye view on the changes we've seen the past years which have inspired whole new genres of citizenship, self-identity, social engagement and of course, video storytelling.