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HEdWorks Maker Inventory

The Asset Inventory page is now live for stakeholders to complete. Please follow the on-screen instructions for completing the form. http://assets.makered.wtf Please report any problems to Brett Lempereur.

Liverpool MakeFest

              Liverpool’s first EVER MakeFest serving Liverpool, Merseyside and the north-west takes place at Liverpool Central Library on Saturday June 27th, 2015.

Makerkit from CMS

The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences want to enable physical computing projects as part of student dissertations by removing some or all of the costs of purchasing. To do this members of the Maker Education Working Group in the school applied for a special Capital Expenditure Bid with success. Below is the list of kit purchased as part of this expenditure bid from the school. Clicking a product in the list will open up the product’s…

Mini MakerEdFaire

HedWorks were pleased to announce that a Mini MakerEd faire which took place on Friday 12th December. See a gallery of the day below. Vice-Chancellor’s Medals trophy, 3D printed at #LJMU #3Dprinting #MakerEd @HEdSpaceUK A photo posted by Liverpool John Moores Uni (@ljmuphoto) on Dec 12, 2014 at 8:37am PST Internet-controlled trains, 3D scanning & printing, and mini drones on show today at #MakerEd Faire @HEdSpaceUK A video posted by Liverpool John Moores…

Creating a University Makerspace to support curricular activities

Dates: 25/10/2015 – 24/10/2015 Summary Makerspaces (see http://makerspace.com/) are increasingly being introduced into schools, colleges and universities to allow students access to tools and technologies that support the creation of tangible, physical artefacts as part of their formal education. This approach incorporates what has been called STEAM teaching by promoting creativity (‘Arts’) as part of traditional STEM subjects and has been piloted within an NSP module catering for 300+ students…