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Design Your Makerspace

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Designing a makerspace, a space for making, or a maker shelf could be very interesting and fun. However, one should research  before buying maker kits or even machines to avoid spending money in technology you do not need, or participants do not care much. I listed below some resources and links to help you make the right choices regarding what kind of experiences  your participants should have in your new learning environment.Willing to collaborate, ask for support, give feedback? Send an email to daniela.lyra@ctjonline.com or join our facebook group.

 


 

 

MAker Space Gallery

Gallery of Independent Maker Spaces

 

Maker Kits 

Information regarding 3D printing

 

 

Interesting reads

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Laura Fleming @NMHS_lms

Links and Resources (Curated collaboratively bu AC21CS partners)

 

Makerspaces around the world

http://kid-museum.org/

http://library-maker-culture.weebly.com/makerspaces-in-libraries.html

http://padlet.com/danilyra/k2j88axx40sj

 

Mobile makerspaces

http://www.makerbus.ca/welcome#about-the-makerbus

 

Links and Resources

http://englishhub.pbworks.com/w/page/103777685/Links%20and%20%20resources

 

 

 

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