Camellia Sanford will be participating in the online discussion of the Peg + Cat Early Learning of Math Through Media project during the 2017 NSF STEM For All Video Showcase, Monday, May 15th-May 22nd. Researchers, content developers, educators, and members of the general public are invited to vote on their favorite videos and contribute to […]
By Alex Gurn, Ph.D. Young people growing up today must learn to navigate a digitally-mediated world of increasing complexity and contradiction. The ubiquity of digital technology and the rapid expansion in the use of data across all sectors of the economy has reshaped our everyday realities around communication, education, work, and community life. To navigate […]
By Jennifer Borland Reposted from YourEvalPal When I saw this article come through my feed this morning I said “yes, yes, and more yes!”: Posters – They’re Not Just for Conferences Anymore! Having written many a 50+ page report only to have it go un-read, and therefore ultimately unused, I’ve become a firm believer in […]
By Jennifer Borland Reposted from YourEvalPal I was so thrilled to co-present a workshop today at the National Council on Public History’s annual conference/meeting in Indianapolis along with VSA, Vice President for Professional Development, Elee Wood. Our 4-hour workshop, entitled Principles of Audience Research and Evaluation in Public History: Purpose, Process and Implementation, covered background […]
REA’s Scott Burg‘s latest blog received a powerful endorsement from the National Black Programming Consortium. The blog is part of an ongoing research project to document organizational development at KQED, San Francisco, a member station of PBS. You can read the latest post here and follow the series here.