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What is GIS, and how can it help me?

How do I keep track of the number and sizes of pipe that make up the City’s water system? Or the number of manholes or water meters? How do I get started? Where do I begin? Maybe you’ve heard of the... > READ MORE

How a Facility Tour Changed Perspectives

It sounds simple: Inviting a seasoned professional into your school spaces to assess where you are and talk about opportunities. Yet the impact can be so significant. Principal Ron Meyers will always... > READ MORE

When Project-Based Learning Works

We know that all students do not learn the same. They have different learning styles and learn at different paces. We once educated students around a core set of knowledge. Now the needs of the 21st century... > READ MORE

Construction of Iowa’s Largest Solar Site Nearing Completion

Earlier this fall, Alliant Energy started generating energy from two new solar gardens in Dubuque. This winter, the company is finishing up minor landscaping work around the projects. The first site,... > READ MORE

Learning Needs to Happen Everywhere

Can learning happen everywhere in your school – literally? It may sound far-fetched, but that’s exactly how school buildings are being designed today. The current teaching model dates back to the... > READ MORE