Merging Learning and Design: The Makings of CHM’s New Education Center
CHM is embarking on the design and construction of a new Education Center. Scheduled to open in mid-2017, the Education Center will be a 3,000-square-foot flexible-use teaching space that will take advantage of cutting-edge technologies for use in onsite and distance education, with the physical construction facilitating the kinds of active, collaborative, inquiry-based learning that exemplify the Museum’s educational strengths.
This is the first in a series of blog posts that will document and explore activities and experiences that represent the scale and diversity of the Education Center’s design, planning, and implementation process.READ MORE
The Preservation Game: How Social Media Saved Bletchley Park
In conversation with CHM CEO John Hollar on December 7, 2016, Dr. Sue Black shares how she launched a three-year campaign to save Britain’s historic Bletchley Park, highlighted in her bestselling book.
A Look Back at 2016 on @CHM
The New Year is always an exciting time, a time where the world brims with potential. It’s also a time to reflect on the previous year. As we look forward to 2017, let’s take a look back at @CHM’s top 10 most-viewed posts of 2016.
Make Software! on YouTube
Make Software: Change the World! is the Computer History Museum’s major exhibition on software, opening January 28, 2017. Catch sneak peeks of the exhibition and watch short clips of software’s legendary makers and its innovative users from around the world.
Women in Computing Tour
Women have played a crucial role in the history of computing at many levels, from programming and engineering to marketing, business, and leadership. Learn more from our "Women in Computing" tour, featuring nine remarkable women who have impacted computer history.