Key Challenges in Digital Fabrication for 21st Century Education
FabLearn Europe brings together international researchers, educators, designers, and makers to discuss and explore digital fabrication in education, making, and hands-on learning for the 21st Century. This one-day conference is organised jointly by Stanford University, Bremen University and Aarhus University, and is a spinoff of the global FabLearn conference held for the past three years at Stanford University.
IDC 2014 is pleased to reveal that the closing keynote for the conference will be held by Marilyn Fleer from Monash University. Title of the keynote: “Young children’s use of creative tools – The demands and motives afforded through digital play in early childhood activity settings” Click here for more information.
Part of this year’s conference will be hosted by the LEGO Foundation. We will all go by busses to LEGO, Billund, on the last day of the conference (20. June) and spend a whole day there. It is an exclusive opportunity to work with LEGO designers and researchers during the conference. Theme of the day will be: How can digital, creative tools support children as they grow? Click here for more information.
We are happy to announce that the opening keynote of IDC 2014 will be held by Paulo Blikstein from Stanford University. The title of the keynote is: “Re-empowering Powerful Ideas: designers’ mission in the age of ubiquitous technology” Click here for more information.