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Jade Guo's Interview Interview held on July 8, 2020 The following interview was conducted with one of our previous COGS 402 students, Jade. Her project focused on creating a collective mind-map of what the Cognitive Systems degree means to students, and what they have learned from their...

Interview held on July 6, 2020 This past summer, we interviewed one of our volunteers, Stephanie Chen, to find out more about her experience working with Tapestry. Read on to learn about her perspective of the tool from a learning standpoint, and why she chose to...

This version of Tapestry, released in October, includes many improvements to the authoring experience, bug fixes, and code improvements. Our releases have become less frequent, but include many more changes than before, focusing on stability of existing features and code refactoring. New Features Private nodes for everyone Allow...

This version of Tapestry, released in September, emphasized huge code improvements. We completely rewrote the oldest part of our code, dealing with the nodes and links, to optimize a lot of behaviours going forward. Other noteworthy new features and enhancements include: New Features Sidebar: Show a sidebar to show node...

Stephanie Chen, an undergraduate student in the Cognitive Systems Program, completed her capstone project at Tapestry. For her project, Stephanie created a tapestry using course content from a cognitive psychology course and had students use it to learn their course materials. Read on to learn...