Higher Ed Makerspaces

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A Recap of the Higher Ed Projects, Presentations at National Maker Faire

Similar Articles Added Earlier<p>Maker Faire Cairo is the first featured Maker Faire in the Arab world, and promises to be an exciting event for …

The Construct - Makerspace | Simone Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

RIT prides itself as an innovative university, rich in a complementary array of experientially-focused and design-oriented technology and programs. …

MakerSpace Is Making a Difference

The prototype of a glove that enables the wearer to control a robotic hand with high precision and haptic feedback. The project, started by …

Georgia Tech’s Makerspace is a Model for Higher Education

“We’re moving the maker movement back into engineering and engineering schools,” says one of the members of the Makers Club at Georgia Tech’s Invention Studio at the end of the video below.<p>The Invention Studio is a campus-wide makerspace open 24 hours to any faculty, student, or staff member and …

Inside The IU School Of Education’s New Maker Space

The IU School of Education Maker Space aims to push teachers to be more creatives in their lessons.

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FabLab: A chance for LI to get real - Innovate Long Island

By GREGORY ZELLER // An MIT-centric network bringing maker spaces to the masses may soon spread to Long Island.<p>Launched in 2001 by the Massachusetts …

Fresh hacks every day | Page 19

Anybody can grab a USB TV tuner card and start monitoring the airwaves, but to get into the real meat of radio you’ll need your amateur radio …

Maker Movement 2016: Let’s Do This Together

When <i>Make</i>: magazine launched in 2005, making was largely a solitary activity. There was an intuition, a hint, that it was something that appealed to millions, but there was no easy way for these Makers to gather or share. Makers often worked alone in their garages and woodshops, in backyard sheds, …