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Makerspace: Learning Modules

What is Maker Scholarship?

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. 


Learning Modules

Use these modules to introduce makerspace topics into your courses. These are also available as Canvas modules that can be imported directly into your Canvas courses. 

Location and Contact Information

The Makerspace is located on the third floor of King Library (room 303)

General Questions?


Visit the C+I Staff page for a list of staff and areas of expertise.