How will a "long, slow make" transform our society?
I sat down with Anil Dash to get some long-term thinking on the Maker movement.
The Open Badges Project shows off skills with a reworked version of an old idea.
The Mozilla Foundation's Erin Knight talks about how the badges and open framework of the Open Badge Project could change what "counts" as learning.
Access to data and tools is putting scientific exploration into anyone's hands.
How can opening access to scientific data, equipment and lab space spur innovation? BioCurious' Eri Gentry and Ariel Waldman from Spacehack.org share a few ideas.
Maker Faire Detroit will be held July 30 and 31
In our second Detroit Maker Faire we're able to see all kinds of examples of how makers have become resources for the community, contributing in Detroit and the region.
Teaching to the txt
(Green Onion News Network) The Harper Valley School Board recently adopted a policy that allows students to use their cell phones to search for answers on state-mandated standardized tests.
The maker movement's many entry points create a welcoming environment for tech education.
The maker movement offers an appealing invitation to technology for a broad audience that includes both women and men, seniors and children, technologists and artists.