By and large, graphic design students bring a laptop to school, and create their work using digital tools. This hard- and software represent a technological and cultural heritage that is seldomly... More > questioned, and a potential that goes unexploited. Using free and open source software and engaging in its culture provides an alternative by making a design practice possible with a more intimate and experimental relation to its toolbox.
Beyond the implications for design practice, the culture of free and open source software challenges traditional education paradigms because knowledge is exchanged outside institutional borders, and participants move between roles easily (teacher, student, developer, user). Following from their series of workshops and “print parties”, OSP proposes a summer school experiment. A first try to move across the conventional school model towards a space where the relationship to learning is mediated by graphical software.< Less
Photographic Preservation : A Handbook is a summary of the Photographic Preservation class as part of the MA program in Photographic Preservation and Collections Management at Ryerson University.... More > Class notes are captured in addition to research gathered by each student.
The book is designed to be a reference tool when performing collections manager activities while caring for photographic collections.< Less
Оur fresh issue of the magazine
"Orthodox Faith". WINTER 2013.
You can look through the pages of a magazine
or... More > download the attached file.
IN THIS ISSUE:
UPCOMING PATRIARCHAL ELECTIONS IN BULGARIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH
N E W S
SYMPOSIUM ON THE EDICT OF MILAN
THE CANONICAL TRADITION OF THE ORTHODOX CHURCH
EARLY HISTORY OF THE BULGARIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH
HISTORY OF THE GOSPEL TEXTS
THE JESUS PRAYER
SUFFERING AND THE CRUCIFIED CHRIST< Less
NIGHT TO DAWN 23 will be coming in March, 2013 with zombies and other monsters we know and fear! For authors and poets, think Tom Johnson, Marge Simon, Todd Hanks, Rod Marsden, JoAnna Senger, Rajeev... More > Bhargava, Hillary Lyon, John Hayes, Mary Brett, Hal Kempka, Ken Goldman, Richard Fay, Lee Clark Zumpe, Jack Horne, Frances Wesley Alexander, and many others.< Less
From the Ashes was originally started by a group of students at the International Academy in 1998. This group of students published the first issue of the International Academy literary magazine. ... More > After 1998, the magazine took a hiatus.
In 2004, Mrs. Erin Saxsma was asked to be the new literary magazine advisor. This group of students worked really hard to get student writing and poetry for the next edition of From the Ashes.
Finally, in 2005, Mrs. Klaudia Janek was asked to be the new literary magazine advisor and students spent the year collecting poetry, stories and artwork. The first volume was published in 2006, with 2 years of student work. The Phoenix Publishing Group was founded and an issue of From the Ashes has come out every year.
We are currently publishing our 8th edition of From the Ashes in 2013. Students from all 3 campuses of the International Academy are invited to publish their work.< Less