Enlargedhousecats

Hello. I wanted to know if anyone had any best practices and/or examples when it comes to organizing a brain used for studying art courses. And if none exists for art courses in particular, then is there reference for brains when it comes to studying from courses in general?

 

 

Thanks, Friends!
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metta
Haven't found anything yet about using TB for studying art courses, but I did come across this brain user who is using TB to document his own art work, in case you might want to compare notes with him. Here's a link to his main web site.

In addition, you may want to take a look at TheBrain's "Big Thinker" webinars. There's lots of good info in this collection, and some of it might be relevant to your current inquiry.
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metta
Just now found another art collection brain which was mentioned in a well-illustrated discussion about using TB for cataloging.

In addition, here's an older forum discussion about using TB for studying the history of art.

Hope you find something here that will be of interest. Ã°Å¸â„¢â€š
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Enlargedhousecats

Thank you. the art collection brain and cataloging thread was useful for my visual library project I am undergoing

 

I have also found a detailed example of Someone who has made a brain for studying an engineering course. Which looks like it could be good reference for organizing the curriculum of the art class. 

Thanks, Friends!
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metta
Glad you found some info that was helpful.

Thank you also for sharing the link to the engineering course info. It's marvelous, and I'm bookmarking the discussion for future reference.
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gery51
Hello Metta,

here is a demo in open source which i made to centralize all knowledge together.

Art & culture is included but it is not finished yet

Here is the link to the webclient :  https://bra.in/9joY5p

If you want the application link, i sent it on your e-mail, kan you give it ?

Have a nice day,
Gerard
 
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gery51
Ok Metta, it's a pitty !

On an Mac desktop version and webclient version, everything works fine !

I' am using thebrain 9.1.6 on dayly basis 4 hours a day and have no problems.

Maybe in the windows version you have more bugs ?

See you
Gerard
  
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metta

Thanks for offering to share, Gerard. I've given up working in TB9 for the time being (I quit back in May) because of the all the bugs, crashes and missing features both in the desktop brain and in the web client.

For example:
> This weekend I tried updating to the latest version of TB9 (9.1.7), and TB9 crashed during the update process. (This seems to happen with almost every update.)
> I also received an error message every time I tried to copy a link attachment from one existing thought to another.

I also suspect you are right: it may be the Windows version that is more problematic given how happy some people seem to be with their Mac installations.

As for your interesting and ambitious brain, here are a couple of important resources you may want to add into your database:
https://www.khanacademy.org/
http://mooc.org/

You may also want to share the link to your compendium brain in the discussion of sample TB9 brains:
http://forums.thebrain.com/post/samples-webbrain-v9-9654349

Best of luck with growing your education brain! :-)

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