Les Unconferences sur la facilitation des apprentissages dans les FabLabs, les makerspaces et les laboratoires ouverts auront lieu en ligne en 2022.  Les événements de style Ed Camp rassembleront des praticiens, des chercheurs et des étudiants qui sont activement impliqués dans la facilitation des activités "maker" en éducation dans les écoles, les collèges, les universités, les bibliothèques, les musées et les centres communautaires. Il s'agira d'une occasion pour les praticiens, qui sont impliqués dans le mouvement maker en éducation, de se rencontrer et d'échanger sur cette nouvelle forme de connaissance vivante.

Des ballados ont été créées pour chacune des sept thématiques d'actualité qui seront discutées:

  1. Adaptations COVID dans les makerspaces
  2. Créer un réseau entre les makerspaces
  3. Préparer les facilitateurs des makerspaces
  4. Engagement communautaire et cycle de vie des makerspaces
  5. Équité, diversité et inclusion et durabilité
  6. Le mouvement "maker" dans les lieux d'enseignement formels
  7. Les trousses (kit) "maker"

Les événements de 90 minutes seront organisé en utilisant Zoom et Miro pour permettre des rencontres en petits groupes de travail et d'échange.

Les événements sont une collaboration entre le Laboratoire d'innovation de l'Université Concordia, le Musée de la civilisation et l'Institut Milieux pour l'art, la culture et la technologie.

The Unconference Events on Facilitating Learning in FabLabs, Makerspaces and Open Creative Spaces will be held in 2022 . These unprecedented events will bring together top practitioners, scholars and students who are actively involved in the facilitation of maker education within schools, colleges, universities, libraries, museums and community centres. It will be an opportunity for practitioners who are involved in all aspects of education to get together and exchange new contemporary living knowledge emerging from different locations.

Podcasts have been created for each of the seven topics:

  1. COVID adaptations in makerspaces
  2. Creating a network of makerspaces
  3. Preparing makerspaces facilitators
  4. Community engagement and sustainability of makerspaces
  5. EDI and sustainability in makerspaces
  6. Making in formal education
  7. Maker kits

The  ninety minutes events will be organized on Zoom and Miro, to allow participants to meet in small groups, brainstorm and share practices.

The events are a collaboration between  the Concordia University Innovation Lab Musée de la civilisation in Québec City and at the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology.

Ann-Louise Davidson

Ann-Louise Davidson

Associate Professor | Concordia University Research Chair in Maker Culture
Dr. Ann-Louise Davidson is an Associate Professor of Education and Concordia University Research Chair in Maker Culture. She is the Director of the Concordia University Innovation Lab. She is also Associate Director of the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology and she directs #MilieuxMake, the Milieux makerspace initiative.
Nadia Naffi

Nadia Naffi

Associate Professor | Chair in Educational Leadership in Innovative Pedagogical Practices in Digital Contexts

Dr. Nadia Naffi is an Assistant Professor of Educational Technology in the Department of Teaching and Learning Studies at the Faculty of Education and holder of the Chair in Educational Leadership (CLE) in Innovative Pedagogical Practices in Digital Contexts – National Bank at Université Laval. She holds a doctorate in education (educational technology) and a master’s degree in educational technologies from Concordia University. As Chairholder, Naffi’s research focuses on the ethical, critical, responsible and sustainable application of disruptive digital technologies such as artificial intelligence in education, training, talent development and upskilling and reskilling of the future and current workforce for the future of work.