Happy New Year!

NEO STC wishes you and yours a wonderful new year. Did you set any resolutions? I did the obligatory “be healthier” resolution which means hitting my Fitbit step goal and water intake goal everyday. Speaking of resolutions, make sure you check out the President’s Column written by Bob Young. He talks about upcoming events and … Continue reading…

A New Book from Local Author Yaros

A new book entitled “Conditioning Your Mind to Fuel Creativity”—written to unleash readers’ minds and empower them to think differently while imagining new ideas—is now available for purchase at http://www.brainspark-creativity.com/book and on Amazon.com. “Conditioning Your Mind” shatters preconceived notions about what creativity is and means, explaining that it is not a talent only some people are born with, but instead … Continue reading…

Upcoming Trends in Education (What We Could See in 2019)

The Horizon Report continues to provide, as it has for over a decade, ideas about higher education developments, trends, and challenges. Published by EDUCAUSE and the New Media Consortium, the report identifies what is “likely to have an impact” on learning and teaching.   See https://library.educause.edu/resources/2018/8/2018-nmc-horizon-report for the full report.  See Students of the Future for a … Continue reading…

The Paper It’s Written On (Book Review)

The Paper It’s Written On fills the particular needs of an independent editor.  Authors Karin Cather and Dick Margulis ably tackle their subject matter with Cather being a former litigator and freelance editor working with academic works, memoirs, police procedurals, science fiction, thrillers, true crime, and fantasy (wow!). Margulis is an editor and book designer with … Continue reading…