The College of Education (COE) is raising funds to update our MakerSpace to provide students, faculty, and community partners with a state-of-the-art space to explore ideas and engage in creation and innovation through creative, collaborative, and hands-on experiences.
The MakerSpace is located in Seacobeck, the new home of the College of Education, and offers students, faculty, and community partners a space to explore science, technology, art, and math through tinkering, making, networking, and creating.
The space provides opportunities and equipment for collaborative and project-driven learning using audiovisual equipment, prototyping, coding, electronics, robotics, digital fabrication, and textiles.
The MakerSpace is a space that accommodates a wide range of learning experiences for our current and future teachers to research, brainstorm, and experience problem-driven and self-directed learning that can be applied directly into their own classrooms, either in person or at a distance.
Funds raised will help purchase as well as update 3D equipment and video and graphic editing software for deep learning and creativity to be used in both synchronous and asynchronous activities in the MakerSpace.