Heritage Makers Club

During INTE 5300 (Media Literacy and the Maker Movement), I spent a lot of time researching the effectiveness of the maker movement. During the time in which I was taking this class, I was not in a position to help develop a maker space in my school as a standalone project. Instead, I decided to make an after school club that would allow me to share the experiences and processes involved in making with other people.

I created a shell for an after-school club that could be adopted by any other school or program. All it would need is an investment in time and some simple resources.

This website is the shell of that club, and a way it could be set up for others to model their clubs after.

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