Answered By: Kerry Harmer Last Updated: Sep 20, 2021 Views: 0
Education students create tangible representations of course content
The Library Atrium and Ideas Lounge on the main floor was transformed into an art exhibit on October 16, 2018 with the EDUC 4107 project showcase. Students were tasked with taking Social Studies curriculum to create a project with tools available in the Maker Studio, which helped them communicate what they identified as the most important elements of the content. The finished products incorporated laser cutting, etching, sewing, painting, 3d printing - just to name a few.
Most students had little to no experience with the Maker tools and ended up with very impressive results. Both faculty and students are encouraged to stop by the Maker Studio if they have a special project in mind.