Follow-up on WaSP InterAct

13Apr09

In my previous post on the WaSP InterAct project I talked specifically about my branding for the InterAct Curriculum, but I did not get into the specifics of the actual functioning of the Curriculum. The broad view is that the WaSP InterAct Curriculum framework is a living Curriculum designed for collegiate level professors to use in teaching web design and development courses. Because the Curriculum is considered ‘living’ it can be used as little or as much as desired by the professor and it is also updated regularly to keep up with an ever-changing and advancing industry.

Recently the writers of the InterAct Cirriculum have been talking about it. For more details visit Christopher Schmitt’s blog. He gives a great rundown of the material offered in the WaSP InterAct Curriculum. Or you can listen to Aarron Walter’s interview on Boagworld, which is a great podcast by Paul Boag and Marcus Lillington on all things relating to building and running websites.

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