Instead of downloading and printing another Tardis from Thingiverse, we’re shaking it up a bit and exploring some of the affordances unique to the 3D printer. While making our own creations is a top priority for the DML Lab, we’ve also discovered some amazingly cool items that have been captured/rendered for educational use. On the left […]
Co-director of the National Writing Project Elyse Eidman-Aadahl will speak with Mount Greylock Regional School teachers and students on digital tools and communications technologies and how they enable connections for content creators around the world. Tune in Friday, 5/16, 3PM Eastern, for a Hangout with Elyse!
Chris Lehmann, founder of Science Leadership Academy (and EduCon!), will be speaking with Mount Greylock faculty and students this Friday, 4/11, 3-3:45PM, in a live Hangout on Air.
The first speaker in the DML Lab Speaker Series will be Ethan Zuckerman, Director, MIT Center for Civic Media.
We had a great visit to the Williams College maker lab, where Michael Taylor showed us some of the work students have been doing on the RepRap printer they built this January. A RepRap self-replicates by making a kit of itself, printing its own parts. Taylor has been using dual extruders and two different filaments–PLA […]
Instead of simply ordering a pre-assembled printer, the DML Lab students decided to purchase the pieces, then put it all together themselves. This was led primarily by Ethan, who has a knack for building. Each day we agreed on a course of action: who would do what, and who would find and follow the directions. […]