[Lab] Thingiverse

Jason Cobill jason.cobill at gmail.com
Fri Mar 17 16:38:11 EDT 2017

   Always good to hear about more learning resources!


On Fri, Mar 17, 2017 at 4:34 PM, Chris G Brown <cbrown at liquidvisual.ca>

> Probably everyone else already knew about this:
> 5. Thingiverse: Education
> http://www.thingiverse.com/education
> Thingiverse, created by the three-dimensional printing company MakerBot, is
> an online community for "discovering, making, and sharing 3D printable
> things." For K-12 and university level instructors with access to 3D
> printing technology, this website also provides a large collection of free
> lesson plans for incorporating 3D printing into the classroom. These
> lessons can be browsed by grade level and subject (including Science, Math,
> and Engineering, as well as Art and History), or by compliance to national
> standards (including the Common Core and Next Generation Science
> Standards). Each lesson includes detailed instructions, and many also
> include accompanying videos to aide in incorporating these resources into
> the classroom. These engaging, hands-on projects would also make great
> additions to out-of-school educational settings, including libraries and
> enrichment programs. [MMB]
> from
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> The Scout Report
> March 17, 2017
> Volume 23, Number 11
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> A Publication of Internet Scout
> Computer Sciences Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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