Toilet Paper Alternatives and Other Self-Sufficiency Home Projects To Quickly Keep Your Family Fed and Entertained

Store and grocery shelves might be lightly stocked at the moment, but there are often DIY alternatives for the missing necessities. Here are things to make and do to help keep yourself going as we shelter in place.  Kitchen Yeast: In stores and online, it’s become hard to find bread yeast (and flour, rice, dried […]

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The Pride of Building A Webcam From Scratch

“IT WORKS!!!”  Everyone in the lab immediately turned towards the source of the outcry.  What we saw was a big smile and a look of victory. While students from other classes, who happened to be in the same lab space, seemed confused as to what could possibly be that exciting in a class lab, the […]

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Makerspaces Take Root at California Community Colleges

If you want evidence that the Maker Movement is creating positive change in education, if you want to see the benefit of makerspaces serving a diverse group of young people who truly value these learning experiences, if you want to see the power of students, faculty and community groups coming together to create and cooperate, […]

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Exploring the Wonders of Practical Engineering

Learn about the built and physical world around you and gain both a greater understanding and deeper sense of wonder in the process.

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Young Leaders Need the Maker Movement

the opportunities for young people to make real-world impact are far too scarce.

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