Optimising Educational Materials for Alternative Energy Technologies Public
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The Centre for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies in Melbourne, Australia, needed better educational materials to inform a casual audience on the role of renewable energy technologies in today’s society. With guidance from experts at Museums Victoria and the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, we learned how to develop effective educational resources. The resulting design process enabled the creation of informative, attractive, and engaging educational materials. Our team developed an educational display and implemented a collection of web pages for the CERES biogas digester. We provided recommendations for the further use of our design process in the improvement of the remaining technological displays and in the aesthetic development of the renewable energy park.
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