Colleges Share Implementation Stories on CCCMaker.com
Folsom Lake College continues to share curriculum being developed for the Making Social Change class, and applied projects being made n the Innovation Lab such as an A-Z of Planned Parenthood quilt, laser cutting safety stencils and design thinking for early childhood education.
on the successful makerspace grand opening on January 20 with excellent media coverage. The college built momentum by offering "sneak peeks" on January 12.
City College of San Francisco
(CCSF) MakerSPHERE engaged students in Architectural Graphics to redesign the SmartHUB and in a Computer Science Special Projects course to work with faculty member Erez Morag to create a badge system for makerspace equipment coming online. Deborah Bird, TAP, and Brie Lindsey, CCST presented at a Flex Day professional development for 37 people on "Strategies for Equity and Inclusion in the CCSF MakerSPHERE from the CCC Maker Initiative."
Michelle Zamora, Makerspace Student Lead,
Sacramento City College, reported on a blog post the progress the college is making on badging, inventory, QR codes, website & branding, and outreach and teamwork. Building on badging and internship plans through the CCC Maker grant, the makerspace team met with administrators and instructors to investigate how to incorporate a badging system throughout the entire campus.
Sierra College students participated in New World of Work (NWOW) Modules on Communication, Analysis/Solution Mindset, & Entrepreneurial Mindset delivered by Aleda Vaughn, Sierra College Welding faculty member and NWOW facilitator. Sierra College also shared hands-on project curriculum and announced a Spring 2018 Social Entrepreneurship class that will ulitlize the Hacker Lab powered by Sierra College.
Chaffey Community College is partnering with the City of Rancho Cucamonga to build the Maker Innovation Center as a regional hub for innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship.
On December 9,
Allan Hancock Community College, with the Santa Maria Public Library and the Santa Maria Valley Discovery Museum, held a Holiday Makerspace five-hour event attended by over 700 community members.
Orange Coast College is actively engaging in the local creative economy by developing action sports curriculum and facilities to teach the fundamentals of designing, engineering and making performance objects, such as skateboards, skimboards, handplanes, surfboards, standup paddleboards and small boats.
Moorpark College invited the
College of the Canyons makerspace team to provide professional development to 30 faculty and staff members on January 4. The College of the Canyons makerspace opened in 2016 and will be expanded to 2,052 square feet this year. Attending faculty members are now considering some ideas for curriculum development that would incorporate the Moorpark makerspace.