LEADR is a joint, forward-looking, student-centered venture of History, Anthropology and MATRIX. Here, undergraduate and graduate students are developing innovative digital and web-based projects in collaboration with other students, faculty, and specialists in digital technologies and design. The cutting-edge lab opened in Old Horticulture Building, home of the History Department, in 2014.
Our desire is to help students live in the digital world, navigate streams of information, and make sense of the large cultural data flows. To do these things we must equip them with appropriate knowledge. We must invest in the kinds of interactive, collaborative, cutting-edge and experiential spaces that allow for 21st century skill development.
Learn more at leadr.msu.edu.