What to Put in Your Makerspace (and How to Pay for It)

Teri Bauerly, EdSurge, Jul 13, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes

The 'how to pay for it' part is 'apply for foundation grants'. This obviously won't work for everyone (especially outside the United States). The better part of the article is the description of activities and tools used to create a digital makerspace, ranging from Ozobot to Makey Makey to  Polar 3D, a cloud based 3D printer. 

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