This summer will mark the beginning of a massive renovation of Kresge Centennial Hall. The MMLC, along with many of the building’s faculty occupants, departments, programs and centers, will move to […]
The word “design” seems to be used more as a noun than a verb in the last decade or so. The “design” of the website for insurance exchanges, HealthCare.gov, was a big […]
This January, the MMLC welcomed Sergei Kalugin to join the department as a full-time Web application developer. As an accomplished designer who has previously in the commercial sector, I asked him his opinions about design for Education.
At our January World Wine Web event, we had the pleasure to welcome Todd Murphey, Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering at McCormick. Todd taught one of the first NU MOOCs […]
One thing I’ve learned over the years is that everyone has at least one fairly strange obsession. And if you’ve ever looked at my hands, then you know that mine is […]
As promised, the MMLC unveiled a new iPad Cart that I talked about last month. To get people up to speed, the MMLC hosted a workshop for interested faculty on […]
When I approached the Hewlett Fund for Curricular Innovation in the summer 2011 for funds to purchase iPads for my advanced German conversation class, I had no idea where this […]