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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Maker Pro: Building School Makerspaces With Bit Space

Over the past few years I’ve talked with many groups about making and education. There is always a big question of how making fits into the classroom. Should it be integrated into normal curriculum? Should there be a dedicated maker space in the school?  Unfortunately, there is no single quick and easy answer to these […]

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Creating the New Collar Workforce

Talk to any manufacturer today and one of their top concerns is finding a skilled workforce needed to compete in a global marketplace.

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Open World: Why Are We Makers?

What does it even mean to be a maker, to run a makerspace, or to participate in the Maker Movement?

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Open World: Thingking and Their Work with the Maker Library Network

Be sure to reach all about Thingking’s work with the Maker Library Network, including their experimentations and books.

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Open Source RFID System Keeps Untrained Members Off Dangerous Machines

A huge recurring problem in makerspaces is the lack of training in how to handle the machines These machines can be dangerous.

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Open World: Jumpstart Your Creative Career with Makerversity

Makerversity is a “pioneering community of Maker businesses” that’s growing out of both London and Amsterdam.

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