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Thursday, June 9 • 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Educational Technology Maker Faire (1:00 - 4:00) LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

Open Session Limited to 60 Participants (First-Come, First-In)

A Maker Faire session is a time where a variety of technologies and expertise exist to help you create something to take back to your classroom. You may drop by to learn more about them or sit down to build a project. Come on by - so much to learn!

Topics
Table 1:
Classroom Response Systems: Come by and setup your first classroom response system, using either iClicker or Tophat (Christina Drabik)

Table 2: From Good to Great, Photography Post-Processing: Learn how to improve your photography by turning your good photos into great photos using Adobe Lightroom, feel free to bring sample photos (recommend RAW format) to work on. (Carson Au)

Table 3 (1-2 pm only) 3D Printing and 3D Design with Sketchup: Do you have a 3D printer printer? Are your struggling to find ways of meaningfully integrating it into classes and curriculum? Have you developed some great ideas on how to integrate a 3D printer and want to share them? Come and bring your ideas and your questions to have a conversation around 3D printing and it's application. There will also be a 3D printer and some project examples on display. Come one come all! (Andy Beadon)

Table 4: Open Badges: CanCred Factory is a new Canadian cloud service for creating, issuing, managing, and tracking Open Badges. Drop in to take a tour or build your first CanCred badge.

Table 5: TetraGear - Using Maker Skills for Good: Visitors can learn all about LED lights, how a product can be designed and assembled locally, how to solder, PCB assembly and soldering process, and more! Plus you'll get to see our innovative safety lights designed with people with disabilities, for people with disabilities.

Facilitators
Carson Au, Learning Technology SpecialistTeaching and Learning Centre, Simon Fraser University
Gee Lam, Learning Technology Specialist, Teaching and Learning Centre, Simon Fraser University
Christina Drabik, Instructional Support Technician, Teaching and Learning Centre, Simon Fraser University 
Andy Beadon, Coordinator of ICT Integration/ICT Department Head, Crofton House School
Meg Goodine, Manager, Learning Technology, Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Radu Postole, TetraGear 

Speakers
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Andy Beadon

Coordinator of ICT Integration/ICT Department Head, Crofton House School
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Meg Goodine

Manager, Learning Technology, Kwantlen Polytechnic University
KPU
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Gee Lam

Learning Technology Specialist, Teaching and Learning Centre, SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY
Talk to me about: flexible open learning design, instructional design, Canvas LMS support, researching new learning technologies, designing Camtasia screencasts, OER, business process mapping, change management, research and development of learning objects, digital storytelling, workshop facilitation, knowledge management, digital image editing, and radio broadcasting.


Thursday June 9, 2016 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Grand Villa 3 Ballroom (Second Floor)

Attendees (13)