ETDRI's Community-led Workshop Series -- Presentation to Employment Consultants

Library-based Makerspace for 'Skills and Career Development'

Presented by Kirk Charette






















Case Study: Community Project -- FIRST Robotics -- A very successful Model
































































































Case Study: Community Project -- OpenRC Truggy -- An untested learning format















Other types: https://etdri.ca/CommunityProjectTypes






























1970 -- Learning from small projects can be tons of fun!

- exploring new Trails with friends was lots of fun






























2007

















2014

















2017 New York, USA













2018

https://etdri.ca/TheETDRI_CyberpaceChannel.htm


















2019













As we know, chickens produce eggs and some eggs produce chickens. The Research Question is :


















































ETDRI's Community-led Workshop Series -- Presentation to Employment Consultants

Makerspace as a 'Skills and Career Development' learning Platform

Presented by Kirk Charette


Objective of this Presentation:

Note: If an entrepreneur (e.g. from the SLBDC) decides to build a "New York Gulliver's Gate Attraction" in Sarnia, these new skill could lead to interesting jobs


Note: If an entrepreneur (e.g. from the SLBDC) decides to build a Makerspace "Toronto Science Center" in Sarnia, these new skill could lead to interesting jobs


Note: If an employer is looking for specialized skills, a Makerspace could be a good place to develop and create a demo/sample.






ETDRI's Design and Implementation Plan



Note: It is important to clarify that there are two groups of instructors doing the Workshops at the Library:

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Sample of ETDRI-led Workshop

(presented by Kirk and Professor Pointer)










Prof. Pointer says: (Red Pointer moving)This is what we eventually want to build someday ... . (Green pointer moving) Click here to proceed to the Lesson.




... but first we have to take baby steps ... so we build this first