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AboutWhy Rhizr?How do you learn a new skill? Chances are, you start with an online search that leads you to a community forum, a YouTube video, or an article. As your curiosity grows, so do the number of resources you reference. How do you keep track of all of this new information? The team behind Rhizr understands that learning often takes place over different contexts and situations, and that juggling information between all of these sources can be daunting. That’s why it provides learners an environment to collect resources of...
Start here!Welcome to the neighborhoodHere, have a fruit basket. Now that you've settled in, allow me to introduce myself. I'm Jo and I'll be showing you around your new c...
Pre-eventStirring ExcitementAbout a week before the event (July 26, 2016), Design Event hosts sent participants a detailed email that included a request for their bio and event logistics. The email also encouraged participants to respond to the following prompt: 
How to be a good personHi, my name is Jo. I don't work in a button factory.(If you got that reference, let's be best friends.)Joann Agnitti is the product manager of Rhizr and has a focus on user research. If you've ever sent an email to Vialogues or EdLab Accounts, there's a good chance she was the one who helped you out with your question.  Helping people's her favorite. She received her masters of education from Teachers College Columbia University in counseling psychology...
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Start here!An orientation of sortsRead these notes in whichever order you prefer. I added questions to some of these findings that I’m using to guide my thinking; maybe they could help you, too.  
As we're approaching the most celebrated day on earth, December 25th, or Christmas Day, I'd like to share with you images of the iconic Santa Claus we may not have seen. Although the red-and-white garbed version of St. Nick wasn't actually invented by the Coca-Cola Company, it actually pinned the image of a chubby, friendly man with white beard in a red outfit on the global imagination. This is one of the first Santa Claus ads from Coca-Cola presenting the Santa as we know today: Before Coca-Cola, S...