The DLM-TIC will provide an environment that is fun and invigorating. However, learning and skill development will also play an important role. Constructing robots has contributed to building many of the skills needed in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education. Lego has the right idea! So what other technologies have you explored that can contribute to a stimulating fun learning environment?
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As we begin to create the service vision for the Dorothy Lumley Melrose Center for Technology, Innovation & Creativity, we’re focused on possibilities. An environment in which creativity and learning run head long into each other to create an explosion of excitement just might contain something called a Never-Ending Drawing Machine (NEDM).
According to Fast Company, the NEDM “is basically a collaborative real-time content-sharing and creativity system that lets users create novel digital artworks together.”
What’s the coolest new thing you’ve seen lately that you think should be in the Center?