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March 2016

Urban Design Gets People Moving – Annotated Bibliography #10

Thomas, Kelsey. “PHOTOS: Urban Design Gets People Moving – Next City.” Next City. Accessed March 26, 2016. https://nextcity.org/daily/entry/urban-design-health-photography-competition-winners. In this article Kelsey Kelsey Thomas shared the following photo as the winner for a contest from Penn Institute for Urban Research…. Continue Reading →

Teachers Amazement Towards Today’s Technology – Annotated Bibliography #9

Yi, Karen. “WATCH: Manalapan Teacher Tackles Fast-Changing Tech.” App.com. Accessed March 26, 2016. http://www.app.com/story/news/education/homeandschool/2016/03/25/making-the-grade-bari-kotofsky/81535034/ This post was created by Karen Yi who talks about a computer teacher named Bari Kotofsky. She is a teacher at Clarks Mills School who is… Continue Reading →

Reasons People Should Start Blogging – Annotated Bibliography #8

Ross, Kiran. “Social Media Matters: 6 Reasons Your Business Should Be Blogging – Kansas City Business Journal.” Accessed March 26, 2016. http://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2016/03/25/social-media-matters-6-reasons-your-business.html. Kiran Ross is often asked whether business owners should start blogging or not. Ross’s answer is obviously a… Continue Reading →

Modern Life Dealing with Technology – Annotated Bibliography 7

Annotated Bibliography #7: Beetham, Helen. “Students’ Experiences and Expectations of the Digital Environment | Jisc.” Jisc. Accessed March 26, 2016. https://www.jisc.ac.uk/blog/students-experiences-and-expectations-of-the-digital-environment-23-jun-2014. In this Article Helen Beetham talks about students experiences in modern life dealing with technology. Beetham talks about how… Continue Reading →

Reading Summary 6 – “Better Online Living through Content Moderation” by Melissa King

“Better Online Living through Content Moderation” by Melissa King talks about people who deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder unlike any other. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is commonly and mostly diagnosed towards war veterans. However studies have shown that you can… Continue Reading →

Reading Summary 5 – “Color Walking” by Radiolab

Recently pod-casters Phia Bennin and Brendan McMullan tried something they thought of as a delightful experiment involving colors and the simple outdoors. The Color Walk is an activity that William Burroughs had hoped his students would be inspired by. It’s a simple activity… Continue Reading →

Interior Built Environment Design Description : Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is located inside the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Alongside the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra are three other art divisions. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has been at the Woodruff Arts Center since 1968. Recordings done at the… Continue Reading →

These are the first doors that you will find when entering the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. It’s found inside of the Woodruff Arts Center. The doors are see through and as you can taell the first thing you see when walking… Continue Reading →

Hanging up outside of the halls at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra are pictures of past performances held there. The image above is one of those performances from a while back. Instead of having a picture of the layout of the… Continue Reading →

At the Atlanta Symphony orchestra right outside of their doors you can find a photo stand. It’s interesting to see how something as classical as an orchestra has a place that is in touch to the new ways of society…. Continue Reading →

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