New Article On Accessible Making: Designing A Makerspace For Accessibility

Kat Steele, Maya Cakmak, and Brianna Blaser co-authored an article discussing a three-step process to make a university-based makerspace more accessible and welcoming to individuals with disabilities.

Makerspaces provide the general community with a space to brainstorm, prototype, and create. Considering this, it is especially important to create a welcoming environment for individuals with diverse abilities, including individuals with disabilities.

To read the article in full, CLICK HERE.Students participate in a prototyping challenge in our makerspace exploration.

 

 

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