What is Maker scholarship? Maker scholarship is the process of using hands-on creation (physical or digital) as a learning tool. Makerspace projects can be implemented in all types of courses as a means of engaging students, exploring technology, and developing a host of non-cognitive skills.
For some examples of ways that makerspace technology can be implemented in courses, take a look at the Maker Literacies Project at the University of Texas Arlington. They provide a library of curriculum integrations that cover a broad range of subjects.