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Girl Power: Designing the Future with Technovation

Girl Power: Designing the Future with Technovation

 Stephanie Corrigan   3 weeks ago
The Computer History Museum (CHM) has a unique opportunity when it comes to teaching students about computers and the technology-driven world in which we...   Read More
Reflections on Summer by CHM’s Exponential Center Inaugural University Interns

Reflections on Summer by CHM’s Exponential Center Inaugural University Interns

 Clara Chiu   September 06, 2017
Editor’s Note: Interspersed throughout this blog are quotes from Clara’s fellow Exponential Center interns, as they too reflect on their summer at the Computer...   Read More
Google X’s Camille Eddy Shares Her STEM Journey at Computer History Museum’s Design_Code_Build Community Program

Google X’s Camille Eddy Shares Her STEM Journey at Computer History Museum’s Design_Code_Build Community Program

 Cate Robbins   July 14, 2017
Saturday, June 10 began like so many Saturdays at the Museum. A group of CHM educators and community partners, all dressed in purple t-shirts,...   Read More
Designing with People: A Collaborative Process with IDEO

Designing with People: A Collaborative Process with IDEO

 Scott Burg   May 02, 2017
This post is the second in a series covering the making of the Computer History Museum’s Education Center. Read part one, “Merging Learning and Design.”...   Read More
Fostering Connection through Technology: An Interview with Cisco’s Alex Rosen

Fostering Connection through Technology: An Interview with Cisco’s Alex Rosen

 CHM Editorial Team   March 28, 2017
On February 2, 2017, CHM high school interns Ishani Desai and Jenna Prasadi interviewed Cisco’s Alex Rosen for @CHM. By Ishani Desai and Jenna Prasadi...   Read More
Merging Learning and Design: The Makings of CHM’s New Education Center

Merging Learning and Design: The Makings of CHM’s New Education Center

 Scott Burg   January 10, 2017
This post is the first in a series covering the making of the Computer History Museum’s Education Center. Read part two, “Designing with People: A...   Read More