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This is the second show in the 2013 Spring term course on the Physical Dimenson of Free-Choice Learning at Oregon State University. Dr. Shawn Rowe hosts with guest Dr. Olga Rowe from OSU's Department of Sociology. We will be discussing aspects of module 2 - the psychology and sociology of the designed learning environement.
Our guest, Dr. Carla Hayden, will talk about how The Baltimore Public Library System was a pillar and a fixture of and for the community. The library system displayed how libraries still remain relevant in an age where "some" people's perception of the library denotes a fade to black, whereas others are witnessing and experiencing a palpable change in resurgence. Dr. Hayden will share and elaborate on her library spaces and specifically, the "Pennsylvania Branch" on how this particular branch played a major role in the protests and demonstrations of Baltimore. In essence, how the city's library space matters!!
disaster management in relation to civil unrest
new operations or implementations are you planning or is forthcoming in result of the Freddie Gray situation or just in general
libraries and popular culture
image and perception of the library before and after demonstrations
ONLINE LEARNING UPDATE WITH iNACOL
iNACOL state policy experts Dale Frost and Susan Gentz joins us for a look at how ESSA affects online learning re assessment, accountability and maybe some other words that begin with 'a' too
Presented by LIGHTSPEED SYSTEMS
Digital Learning Day is a national campaign that celebrates educators and shines a spotlight on successful instructional practice and effective use of technology in-and-out of classrooms throughout the country. Join us on this episode of NWP radio to hear from staff and key partners as they discuss how to participate in the fifth annual Digital Learning Day and engage with NWP's digital initiatives throughout the year.
Loving Learning - Rediscovering the Joy
Hosted by Global Online Access Possibilties School teachers, Christine DiDomenico, Adelle King, Simone Padur and Sylvia Puentes
Join us every week, beginning Monday, February 1, at 12:30 Pacific, to talk about kids, teachers, parents, education, home and so much more.
Learning Disabilities Advocate Jason Oliver joins us this week on The Best Years in Life Radio. Jason comes from a learning disabilities background and has overcome obstacles to become successful in every area of his life.. He now helps children and adults with disabilities to be all that they can be. This week's subject will be guiding a person with learning disabilities in obtaining employment.
During the first half hour, Tony will go over additions to our website and will talk about the health topic of his choice.
During the second half hour, Luella's topic will be addressing learning disabilities.
The most recent renovation to the lower-level of Jackson Library was the result of an on-going collaboration between the University Libraries and Undergraduate Studies at UNCG. The two units raised funds to expand the university’s multimedia literacy services, the Digital Media Commons and the Digital ACT Studio. The renovations created free-standing consultation space for the Digital ACT Studio, and added three enhanced maker spaces in the Digital Media Commons; one for 3D and electronics making, one for video making, and another for gaming. The project took a year to complete, from planning to finish. The Department Heads of both the DMC and DACTS worked closely with university administrators, designers, contractors, and our facilities department to bring the project to a successful end by fall 2015.
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Lavon N. Pettis owner of Global Resources ID, speaks about maintaining close collaborations within the "Collectors Circle". Her capital venture took her to the outskirts of the Miami Art Basel in 2015, to KROMA Art Space in Coconut Grove, and to the Black Archives Historic Lyric Theater Cultural Arts Complex collaborating with the Urban Art Collective part of a Miami Art Week.The festival, dubbed Art Miami, is an outgrowth of Art Basel, a premier annual art exhibition that takes place in the Miami Beach Convention Center.
The Phantom Gallery collaborated with network artists and galleries. Over 200 works representing 24 artists, the art was exhibited from November 22, through January 10th, 2016.
Today’s conversation will focus on how important it is to maintain close collaboration with our partners, who share the common aspiration of creating a global platform for the exchange of ideas that drive the art world forward. Lavon N. Pettis of Global Resources Innovative Development, a project management consultant that finds solutions, strategies, and support in the development of art initiatives.
Partnerships are essential for the support of cultural events. The longevity of our relationships are indicative of how focused and successful Phantom Gallery Chicago Network is in supporting our partners in achieving their goals.
Project logistics held surprises as well. One of the unexpected challenges cited by organizers was the degree to which coordinating projects across multiple partners created enormous complexities.
What does it mean to exhibit in Temporary Installation Spaces? Unanticipated Impacts? How important is brand association and amplification?
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