The essence of 3D printing is a concept called additive manufacturing that builds up the item one layer at a time.
Amid students cutting textiles, making shoes, firing ceramics and making prints at the Parsons School of Design’s Making Center in midtown Manhattan is a whole wall of 3D printers.
There’s no doubt that higher ed institutions have access to tons of student data these days, but what separates actionable insights from analytics overload?
Good for: Collaboration and communication
Who’s using it: Penn State
From event planning to website redesign, setting up Yammer networking groups to share ideas, get feedback and check in on the progress of projects can help large campuses stay connected.
Good for: Tracking projects
Who’s using it: The George Washington University
1. Set some ground rules. After introducing Slack, some users felt it was hard to cut through the clutter of irrelevant information, says Dominic Abbate, the creative director at The George Washington University. So they responded by setting up specific channels designated for non-work chit-chat like #food and #just-for-fun.