Forest Hills Northern HS: Active Learning

Forest Hills Northern HS: Active Learning

Forest Hills Northern High School in Grand Rapids, Michigan applied for and was awarded one of the 2015 Active Learning Center grants. See how the school has used their new classroom.

Saluda Trail MS: Active Learning

Saluda Trail MS: Active Learning

Saluda Trail Middle School in Rock Hill, South Carolina applied for and was awarded one of the 2015 Active Learning Center grants. See how the school has used their new classroom.

University of Oklahoma: New Learning Space

University of Oklahoma: New Learning Space

Traditional computer labs are anachronisms, designed when computers dominated desktops. The new Couch Practice Center at the University of Oklahoma, offers students an ecosystem of spaces designed to meet the way students want to learn today.

University of Arizona: Adds Privacy to Open Space

University of Arizona: Adds Privacy to Open Space

University of Arizona staff started to notice that students were using campus libraries in the same numbers as in years past, but they were borrowing fewer books. Brody WorkLounge seemed an option worth trying.

Womble Carlyle: Workplace Redesign

Womble Carlyle: Workplace Redesign

Womble Carlyle, a 140-year-old law firm with offices across the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic and Silicon Valley is known for embracing new technology and advising clients on cutting edge legal issues. Their new Raleigh, NC office reflects their leadership position. It’s a high performance workspace that helps improve employee wellbeing and conveys an image befitting a top tier law firm, yet uses less real estate than their old office.

Sustainability Spotlight

Sustainability Spotlight

There’s growing awareness that protecting natural resources and enhancing people’s lives is core to the future of the human race as well as a company’s ability to survive and thrive in a changing, challenging world.

How Technology Is Changing Education

How Technology Is Changing Education

When a Stanford University professor offered a free online course in artificial intelligence in 2011, he had no idea that the experiment would attract 160,000 students from 190 countries and generate a wave of publicity.