Learning by doing in creative work is the spirit of the digital age, and it in this spirit the Ashland Innovation Center opened last month. The center is equipped with laser cutters, 3D printers and other high-tech tools, and are at moment open to high school students in all Ashland’s schools, but the goal is to open it to the whole Ashland Community. Besides access to the makerspace tools the center offers workshops and five-week sessions on robotics, 3D design and 3D-printing etc. There are also mentors available for support and advice. And for high school students that want to participate in full term courses, there are courses in computer science and robotics etc. available. Source: USNews
Open Creativity – Building a Public Makerspace
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