With the advent of makerspaces and 3d printing, the concept of creation takes on a new dimension: machines allow us to conceive, design and “print” a tangible object. In module 14, we explore how libraries and other information environments are offering programming to assist and instruct users on how to create.
Thank you for your hard work on the research paper. I will be grading all week and will aim to everything done by the end of classes.
- Consider sharing your research paper abstract on your blog.
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- See below for your last deliverables!
- Blog Post #6: Due 5/14 – Create a media-based artifact (infographic, video, audio, etc) from your research and explorations of your community’s use of emerging technologies. How do they use technology to advance the community or share information? Be as creative as you’d like! Review the Blogging Helper for Post #6 to learn about media creation and more.
- Blog Post #7: Due 5/16 – Personal reflection on information communities due by 5/16. What are you taking away from your explorations and research? What will inform your practice as an information professional? How will you serve the needs of your communities?
Grading will be based on 100 possible points.
- All assignments are due on Sundays and must be turned in by 5 p.m.
- Late submissions will be reduced by 20% of the total points possible for that assignment.
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- No incompletes are given for this section of INFO 200