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The Technology media below correlates with concepts use for STEM, STEAM or Computer Science.

Standards can be found at the South Carolina Department of Education for STEM & STEAM and Computer Science.

Dance Studio | Artopia
Dance Studio | Artopia

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The work of Guggenheim Fellow and Bessie Award winner Cathy Weis centers on a choreographic process that fully integrates dance with sound, design and technology. Weis offers a tour of her studio in...
Video Process | Artopia
Video Process | Artopia

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Cameras are an important part of Weis’s work. Here, she explains the technology and process behind her work.
L.I.P.S | Artopia
L.I.P.S | Artopia

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L.I.P.S. stands for Live Internet Performing Structure. It’s a long-distance process that involves mixing dance videos.
Digital Television | Eye Wonder
Digital Television | Eye Wonder

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The Eye Wonder team discovers how digital television works. D.V. speaks with an engineer to learn about the difference between a digital and an analog signal, and the benefits of having a digital...
Cell Phone | Eye Wonder
Cell Phone | Eye Wonder

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The Eye Wonder team explores how cell phones work. D.V. talks to a representative from a cell phone provider about the technology and equipment necessary to make cell phones work and how exactly a...
Baptist Hill High School WiFi
Baptist Hill High School WiFi

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This year, CCSD, with the help of the states E-Rate program, Spirit Communications, and Palmetto Rural, changed the way these students are learning by increasing the bandwidth. The new, more robust...
Irmo Middle School | Palmetto Scene
Irmo Middle School | Palmetto Scene

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Irmo Middle School is one of two grand-prize winners in the 12th-annual CDW-G and Discovery Education Win a Wireless Lab Sweepstakes. The school recieved $45,000 in technology grants, including on...
Dance and Video | Artopia
Dance and Video | Artopia

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Weis details her career and how cameras have become an important part of her work. She explains the technology and process.