Schedule

 

Room A Room B
10:15: – 12:00 Education Spaces and structure
 This panel explores education of technology and media through the lens of various educators and makers.  This session explores the spaces which people educate, make, and create within, and how the systems that make them work.
Moderator: Kat Barrett Jessica Whyte
Library Makerspaces: The Importance of Discovery
Donn Pasiliao, Sheila Sampath, Sarry Zheng, Tim Cooper Victoria Suen
Arts Incubator
Benjamin Tang
Engaging Diverse Audiences
12:00 – 12:45  Lunch
12:45: – 2:00 Digital Spaces Cross disciplinary
Benjamin Langerak
Talk: “I Have No F*#%ing Clue What I’m Doing”
Izzie Colpitts-Campbell
Collaboration. Work Methods For Interesting Creativity
Sagan Yee
Throw Knife to Jump: The Dangerously Fun World of Alternative Videogame Controllers
Natalie Draz
The Transmitting Library: Bringing Digital Open-Source Knowledge & DIY Zine Publications Together
Yifat Shaik
Teaching 3D inclusively
Erica Tiberia
What Everyone Should Know About Building a Robot That Could Go to Mars
2:00- 2:15  Break
2:15 – 3:15 The Future Of Manufacturing Panel Civic Tech Panel
Moderator – Hillary Predko  Moderator – Alex Lougheed
Golam A Khan, Graham Green,  Laura Dempsey  Garry Ing, Hana Nagel, Patrick Connolly,
Kejo Buchanan
3:15 – 4:30 Race  & Technology Empathy & Interaction
 This is an interactive session on examining diversity and race in technology and Maker culture.  This is an interactive session on empathy and collaboration.
Umar Amanullah
To Beard or Not to Beard
Trishala Pillai
An interactive workshop on “How Engaged Dialogue and Education Technology can render positive social change.”
Ashley Lewis

Interactive Artist & Youth Tech Educator

Ilana Ben-Ari
Play, Empathy, and Failure – the 21st Century Classroom
4:30 – 5:30 Keynote by Christina Hug
5:30 – 6:00 Closing Remarks: Lindy Wilkins + Hillary Predko