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I've been using maps since 1994 and once was accused of being a "Serial Spatial Thinker". That wasn't a complement since too few others were thinking the same or using maps the same way I was. After an event in Chicago last night where a group from DePaul University presented maps showing Life Expectancy, I wrote this article titled "Learning Spatial Thinking". https://tutormentorexchange.wordpress.com/2016/10/06/learning-spatial-thinking/

In the article I suggested that there needs to be a cMOOC formatted on-line community. I searched, and that's how I found this group today.

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We’ve published another SpatialNote document. This time it’s a compact reference about software design patterns. If you’re into software development and spatial thinking, this document is a great chance to work on both skills at once. Read more in our latest blog post.

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We’re thrilled to let you know SpatialNote now loads documents dynamically. You can adjust two simple settings to find the right combination that would allow you to work conveniently on low-performance devices and/or with larger documents. This means that if before SpatialNote was too slow for you, it’s time to revisit.

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SpatialNote is happy to present another 3D textbook: The Basic Elements of Music by Catherine Schmidt-Jones. This is our rendition of OpenStax Creative Commons Attribution License textbook. The book is intended for elementary school music teachers. It can be a good fit for instructors without previous training in music: all the definitions, explanations and exercises are included.
This book in 3D format, as converted by SpatialNote team, allows for more flexibility in terms of direction and level of detail. It’s also easier to navigate and might be fun to use in class. The document can be copied and modified to include more information, like tasks, tests, videos, images, etc. Enjoy!

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Friends, today might become an important day in the history of spatial thinking: SpatialNote has launched a Kickstarter campaign aimed at boosting the creation of spatially-enhanced content! You help and support is important.  You can support us by pledging, joining the conversation in the comments, and by sharing this post. Help us boost the value SpatialNote can bring. See the campaign page for details about the goals and pledges. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/spatialvlad/spatialnote-lets-change-the-way-we-learn

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Study finds clear relation between claustrophobic fear and basic aspects of spatial perception

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