Map of Creativity

This month's Map of Creativity newsletter features an interesting and inspiring interview with one of the co-directors of the European project WebLabs. Find out how six European countries got kids talking about high level maths and science.

Illustrated Manuals for Development Projects In many rural development programmes field-level training is the most appropriate means of communicating new ideas and practice. Unfortunately, staff responsible for conducting the training often have few resources to help them with this task and work in villages scattered over large areas.

Virtual Hikers are computer-created virtual hiking routes that can be followed by hikers in the real world. While currently experimental research in the area of “locative media in the wild,” the long-term value of virtual hikers is apparent.

Food Force leverages the popularity of video games to educate youngsters about hunger and the work of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP).