Craft Technology

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Craft technology is our term for the interweaving of computation with craft materials. This blending can take many forms, including the application of specialized software to aid in the design and construction of crafts (such as mechanical toys and paper sculpture) and in the creation of craft objects with embedded intelligence. Our particular interests lie in the educational realm – that is, we are especially interested in extending the landscape of children’s craft activities.


In Memoriam …


Psst, we’re still hiring. #ATLAS is accepting apps for several positions, incl instructor, curriculum coordinator and tenure-track research faculty. More info here: https://t.co/mZf6V1Ga9C + please spread the word! (p.s. first 15 people to share get a free ATLAS t-shirt! 😉)

New @nsf grant! “Inclusively-designing sensory extensions for STEM inquiry learning.” PI: Emily Moore, Director of Research and Accessibility for @PhETsims. Co-PI: Ann Eisenberg, Senior Research Scientist, Institute of Cog. Sci; @cucraftlab director.
https://t.co/B9KdQQWI72

1/2 If you are an undergraduate from an underrepresented group looking for an authentic (and paid!) STEM research experience, apply to the STEM Routes Uplift Research Program. @CUEngineering @cuatlas https://t.co/mPWFuYPQax

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