Envisioning the Future of the Maker Movement: Summit Report

Wednesday, June 1, 2016
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Conference Proceedings | Reference Materials
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Public Programs, Making and Tinkering Programs
Administration/Leadership/Policymakers | General Public | Educators/Teachers | Museum/ISE Professionals
Computing and information science | Engineering | General STEM | Technology
American Society for Engineering Education

On November 2-3, 2015, the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), hosted the 2015 NSF Maker Summit, in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Planned in response to a Call to Action issued by the White House after the June 2014 White House Maker Faire, the summit was attended by more than 50 individuals representing five different segments of the Maker community. Its goals were to forge connections across the Maker Movement, envision the future of Making for engineering and education communities, and identify how Makerspaces can be designed to foster inclusiveness and broaden participation in the movement.

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Team Members

Stacy GregoryStacy GregoryContributor
Alexandra LongoAlexandra LongoContributor
Rocio Chavela GuerraRocio Chavela GuerraContributor
Ray PhillipsRay PhillipsContributor
Ashok AgrawalAshok AgrawalContributor
Nathan KahlNathan KahlContributor
Mark MatthewsMark MatthewsContributor
Jennifer PocockJennifer PocockContributor

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