Maker Faire Bay Area 2017: Day One

Go to updates! Time once again for that magical melange of music, mayhem, and making. Step right this way for Maker Faire Bay Area 2017! (I wanted to be a carnival barker when I was a kid. Sue me.) The Faire’s soft open was today, with a Friday special ticket promising limited attendance. By which […]

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If You Can’t Tell What The Service Is Selling, It’s You

EdSurge nails the lede, but sort of misses the point. The overall tone of the piece is vague surprise that free services apparently can’t be trusted with user data. Like the post title says, if the service is free, and you can’t tell what they’re selling to monetize it…the product is you. Your eyeballs. Your […]

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Three Rules To Spark Learning

“Flipping a boring lecture from the classroom to the screen of a mobile device might save instructional time, but if it is the focus of our students’ experience, it’s the same dehumanizing chatter, just wrapped up in fancy clothing.” – Ramsey Musallam Curiosity comes first. Embrace the mess. Practice reflection. If you teach making or […]

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Project Showcase

Check out this array of projects from Professor Maria Fackler’s English 415 class this semester! Professor Fackler’s students worked independently in Studio M to produce a tremendous assortment of printed, engraved and cut goods.

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