History as a learning tool

Studying historical people and structures is an excellent way to learn about the present. Telling the story of John Wolfe Barry provides context for the value of technical and personal relationships which persist now and will continue into the future. It also allows us to engage as learners, looking as vicarious viewers into the experiences of others and drawing out our own lessons. So please use this website to expand your knowledge.

Don’t forget to give me feedback at nickvonbehr@researchandanalysis.net

Author: Nick von Behr

Interested in the history of technology/architecture, STEM education and different cultures

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