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A guest post by Matt Taylor As I mentioned in a couple of previous posts, I spent some of my free time this summer developing graphics on the topic preserving biodiversity. I have now completed eight graphics, as well as … Continue reading
A guest post by Matt Taylor A couple weeks ago, I wrote a blog post introducing the Preserving Biodiversity Infographics that I’m developing this summer. All of these graphics accompany the content in the Preserving Biodiversity chapter of Hoefnagels Biology textbooks. … Continue reading
A guest post by Matt Taylor I am taking a graphic design class this summer as part of my Master’s in Educational Technology program at Boise State University. The project-based course is teaching me to create graphics for education. Mine … Continue reading
I recently saw a lovely video that has nothing to do with biology. It is a time-lapse video of an artist jolting a plywood board with 15,000 volts of electricity. The accompanying text on an EarthSky blog page concisely connects … Continue reading