May is the end of our academic year, and the beginning of our ‘reboot’ towards a hopeful in-person experience in the Fall. For now we’re reflecting on what our audience have been engaging during this transitional month:
What we're looking at:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) May 5, 2021
the @weareprintlab's Make:able Winners have been announced -- really cool use of the @mural platform and really excellent submissions from students!
Check out all the excellent projects:https://t.co/w4mt8podjS#opensource #DesignThinking #challenge pic.twitter.com/USDHra31On
We were happy to stumble upon IJAMM and are glad that others are as responsive and enthusiastic as we are about this making-focused academic journal!
What we're looking at:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) May 28, 2021
IJAMM is the "International Journal of Academic Makerspaces and Making" -- Volume 1 was published last month and includes topics on makerspace safety, hardware #StartUps, empowerment, #Entrepreneurship, and more.
CUNY upskill alert! @CUNY is partnering w/ @NYSLabor "to provide unemployed & dislocated New Yorkers access to learning opportunities" w/ @Coursera!— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) May 19, 2021
The deadline for this opportunity has passed but shoutout to our parent institution for strategizing this upskilling program for COVID-dislocated New Yorkers – learn a new skill and improve your life!
another partner org we cannot praise enough: if you run a makerspace or are engaging hands-on/experiential learning, you should look up NACCE and see what they’re up to!
What we're looking at:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) May 7, 2021
This is an interesting story about an IRL theater company's pivot to #webdevelopment online during #COVID19 - it's an interesting story with interesting visuals!
READ:https://t.co/LTl5kt5xMV#JosephCornell #theater #animation #cyberrealm #coronavirus pic.twitter.com/KDZW6GZzcN
Just an interesting story about a very much IRL in-person company’s pivot to online during COVID – with awesome visuals to boot!