The Tom’s River Regional Schools website has a new article about the expanded use of the InfoAge Science and History Museum campus for STEM learning and education. This article showcases the adaptability of the InfoAge campus and its member organizations in enabling new and immersive STEM collaboration with students. The assets and equipment available to students at InfoAge allow them experiential learning that is not always available in their local school facilities. The students learn and collaborate while helping maintain and improve the exhibits at InfoAge. And they have fun doing it.

Read the full article here: Students Play Potential Curators in Museum Design Challenge