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Kiruna Forever

"How do you move a city?" Kiruna Forever, an exhibition physically located at The Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design (ArkDes) and virtually available to viewers worldwide, explores this question. Kiruna is a city in Sweden undergoing "one of the biggest urban transformation projects in modern history ... [as it] is being relocated by three kilometres due to the expansion of the mine around...

https://arkdes.se/en/arkdes-play/virtual-vernissage-kiruna-f...
Aggie LIFE

Created in honor of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (celebrated in October), Aggie LIFE provides a fun way for readers to "test your cyber smarts." The game, which can be played on a laptop, desktop computer, or mobile device, mirrors a traditional board game in many ways. Users spin an electronic dial to move spaces on the game board and answer a series of questions along the way. What...

https://it.tamu.edu/aggielife/
Toasted Cheese: Calendar

Toasted Cheese's writing calendar challenges visitors to write a story using the "five words joint, cracks, unpopular, boiling, [and] looking," or compose a piece "about losing track of the day of the week." Launched in 2001, Toasted Cheese is part literary journal, part writing community. The site offers a variety of resources, from creative inspiration to writing contests. The site also curates...

http://www.toasted-cheese.com/calendar/
Kids Invent Stuff

Launched in 2015, the YouTube channel Kids Invent Stuff offers kids "the chance to get their invention ideas built by real engineers." Each month, the Kids Invent Stuff team provides a new challenge prompt and welcomes kids to submit a related idea. These challenges vary; for example, July's challenge is "Water Crossing Inventions." Using the Submit Your Invention form on the website, kids provide...

https://kidsinventstuff.com/
tea&bannock

Co-created by Tenille K. Campbell and Joi T. Arcand, tea&bannock is a collective blog featuring work by a group of Indigenous women photographers, currently nine members, who live all across Canada. Some of the most recent photo essays discuss the impact of COVID-19 on Indigenous people. For example, "Papa's Girl," posted May 18, 2020 by Tenille Campbell, examines the relationship between her...

https://teaandbannock.com/