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English to French, Italian, German & Spanish Dictionary Mapping Creative Spaces Around The World If you’re looking for a creative space--a place to work that truly fosters collaboration, a place to learn new skills, a community of like-minded artists and entrepreneurs--you probably look on Yelp or do a Google search. That won’t yield much. These spaces are scattered across Yelp categories, and a Google search for "creative spaces" shows just a smattering of local spots. That’s what Berlin-based consulting studio ignore gravity discovered while researching creative spaces around the world. So the studio pulled together data on hundreds of creative spaces and presented them in the Creative Space Explorer, a tool that lets users pinpoint creative spaces on a global map--and add their own. " We define 'creative space’ as an enviro that consciously is set up to trigger collaboration in a creative way,'" explains Jonathan Imme, one of the creators of Creative Space Explorer. The audience for the site, says Imme, is "creative space shapers and makers themselves."

Les Débrouillards - Enseignants Chaque année, 350 000 magazines scientifiques sont offerts gratuitement dans les écoles ! Les enseignants qui en font la demande reçoivent les éditions de septembre des magazines d’éducation scientifique Les Explorateurs, Les Débrouillards et Curium pour leurs élèves. Appelée Opération Mammouth par l’éditeur Félix Maltais, pour son caractère gigantesque et colossal, cette distribution dans les écoles vise à développer le goût de la lecture et des sciences chez les jeunes. Le magazine est présent plus que jamais en éducation. Depuis 2007, Opération Mammouth est la plus grande activité de promotion de la lecture au pays. Les inscriptions se font vers le mois de juin. Pour en savoir plus, visionnez la vidéo de notre campagne de 2014. Si le métier d’enseignant est le plus beau métier du monde, celui d’employé de magazine éducatif est le deuxième ! Les magazines Les Débrouillards et Les Explorateurs reçoivent l’appui financier des gouvernements canadien et québécois

Colour Psychology - The Complete Guide Have you ever had difficulty choosing colours for a new decorating scheme? Or wondered why we associate some colours with good luck and others with danger? Well wonder no more, welcome to The Complete Guide to Colour Psychology an infographic by the team at Amara. Discover all you ever needed to know about the psychology behind colours and why their meaning differs depending on which country you’re from… Embed The Complete Guide to Colour Psychology on Your Site: Copy and Paste the Code Below <img alt=”THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO COLOUR PSYCHOLOGY – An infographic by the team at Amara” src=” width=”827″ height=”5249″> <br> <p> THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO COLOUR PSYCHOLOGY – An infographic by the team at <a href=” </p>

érudit Are you curious about RDA in school libraries? | The story of knowledge is a story of history, and one that directly relates to the way we have wanted to infl uence and educate the young members of our society. Recorded information, and the documents or carriers which carry information forward, has come a long way since the emergence of oral traditions and records on clay tablets and the like. The Library of Alexandria was in many ways the fi rst grand repository of information, organised and made accessible as an offi cial repository for scholars. For hundreds of years libraries consisted mostly of printed books and journals, and so these were mostly what library catalogues described. As information technology developed, new kinds of information resources were produced, which information agencies such as libraries also started to collect, such as photographs, sound recordings (phonograph records, tapes, CDs), films and videos. Fast-forward to the digital era, and the rapidly changing information environment that is has brought.

Infographic: The Spaceships From Every Sci-Fi Series Ever It isn’t often that Star Wars, Star Trek, Warhammer, or Battlespace Galactica are in the same galaxy, let alone the same planetary system. But here they all are in one giant visualization. Compiled by DeviantARTist Dirk Loechel, this visual compendium of sci-fi spacecraft collects what seems to be every single ship in the history of the genre, from film (Starship Troopers, Independence Day) and television (Babylon 5, Red Dwarf) to video games (Halo, EVE), anime (Robotech), and books (Star Wars: Expanded Universe). Space, it seems, isn’t lacking in cool. Culling wiki pages and fan sites for accurate dimensions and images, Loechel assembled his constellation of starships as a simple comparison table to gauge the respective ambitions of fictional space civilizations. At times, he writes on his profile, he came across conflicting measurements, forcing him to pick between the inconsistencies. And how do they measure up?