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Idea Drop 2016 has ended

Idea Drop is 4 day, free program &  meeting space for the library, archives, museums folks + friends. 
Join backyard conversation + lend an idea or skill to a hackfest + meet with Knight Foundation during office hours!  
Enjoy good company at 1706 Garden St in Austin or online at libraryideas.org

Video Archive: https://vimeo.com/erandl


Tuesday, March 8 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
No More Yoda Heads: 3D Printing 4 Diverse Learners

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Research suggests that 3D objects are important for learning and reinforcing complex spatial concepts that are difficult to convey or explore in any other way (e.g., cells and DNA). Although many schools have access to 3D printing technology, many machines are underutilized and used to print novelty items. In this session, learn about new collaborations with libraries and museums to help support teachers in providing multi-modal access to complex STEM topics as well as utilizing student talent to create innovative learning tools. - See more at: http://schedule.sxswedu.com/events/event_PP54690#sthash.cp8V57gB.dpuf

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Wadors Verne

Lisa Wadors Verne

Program Manager: Education, Research & Partnerships, Benetech
Dr. Lisa Wadors Verne, is the Program Manager: Education, Research & Partnerships for Benetech Labs and its Global Literacy services including Bookshare and Diagram. She is the project lead for 3D Printing: New Educational Opportunities for Students with Print Disabilities funded... Read More →
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Charlie Wapner

Information Policy Analyst, American Library Association
Charlie Wapner is an information policy analyst in the American Library Association's (ALA) Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP). In this capacity, he is the staff coordinator of ALA OITP's 3D Printing Task Force. He is the author or principal author of several 3D printing... Read More →


Tuesday March 8, 2016 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Austin Convention Center Ballroom EFG