This is a collection of the infographics I have designed about infectious diseases. Feel free to download (click for larger versions), and share without modification.
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This week I am sharing a bit of history about illuminated manuscripts from the medieval period with my History of Graphic Design class. Initial caps are those big fancy capital letters that a page would start with. The manuscripts—which
I began my teaching career in the summer of 2004, at a community college. I had the audacity to teach web design at a college level, having only been designing websites for four years. But there weren’t so many web designers back then, so I had a leg up on most. I taught Photoshop too. These classes went well, and I taught students in a hands-on way. I decided I needed to look official
The intense 39-minute documentary “Building the Machine” was released for Web viewing yesterday. It reveals the sneaky history of how the standards came to be. It is a compelling essay against the adoption of the Common Core standards nationwide. I only wish it were longer and in greater depth (Note: a 70-minute DVD set will be on sale July 15 2014).
Some of the most compelling arguments
By the time they reach high school, nearly 20 percent of all American boys will be diagnosed with ADHD. Millions of those boys will be prescribed a powerful stimulant to “normalize” them. A great many of those boys will suffer serious side effects from those drugs. The shocking truth is that many of those diagnoses are wrong, and that most of those boys are being drugged for no good