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Aging + Design: The Inclusive Design Challenge

Here are two fun examples of how my book, Aging our Way, has been used this year, involving questions of aging, space, and design:

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Zero does not have an opposite |

In physics, the center of mass of a system of particles is a specific point at which, for many purposes, the system’s mass behaves as if it were concentrated. 64 more words


Black Girl YA Circa 1980s

As a little Brooklyn born home-schooled vegan I was enrolled up the wazoo in extracurricular activities, from Gardening at BBG to art classes at the Brooklyn Museum to the Reading is Fundamental Book Club at the Brooklyn Public Library. 532 more words


Episode Two: The Blue Clothespeg

Welcome to episode two of the Twitching Curtain. This episode mainly focuses on inclusivity. In the aftermath of controversies such as “gamer gate” and “consultant gate”, and recent moves by mainstream publishers to reflect greater diversity in their games, how can we attract under-represented groups into our wonderful hobby? 354 more words

Indie Games

Soul Foodie

Part 1

Hospitality. What comes to mind when you hear that word? What’s your definition?

Here’s one that comes from Catholic priest Henri Nouwen: “primarily the creation of free space where the stranger can enter and become a friend instead of an enemy. 2,989 more words

Sermons And Homilies

Learning and Teaching Conference 2015 - call for contributions

We invite proposals for discussion papers or workshops, and poster presentations. Applications to present at the conference, in whatever format, should be made by submitting a completed proposal form online… 183 more words


Learning and Teaching Conference 2015 - One size does not fit all

The theme of the Learning and Teaching Conference 2015 is One size does not fit all: ensuring all students reach their potential

Students come to the University of York with different expectations, different learning styles, different needs, and different ambitions. 254 more words