NEW IMPROVEMENTS IN A FAMILIAR PLACE If you’ve visited the third floor of IWA this year, you’ll notice many improvements to the Library and Technology Center that reflect IWA’s commitment to implementing the latest
technology in order to prepare students for success in an everchanging digital landscape. The renovations, which include both hardware and software updates, were completed over the summer and have been put to good use throughout the school year
in classes of all disciplines. Though not a complete list of applications, students now use collaborative “huddle-stations” for group work, CAD software for 3D Modeling and Animation, and 3D printers for bringing projects to life in Honors Engineering and Design.
Left: IWA’s new 3D printers provide students with a look at new possibilities in technology and engineering. Above: Creatures were brought to life as 3D prints using computer-generated models.