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    Tessa Gray
    Using 3D printing in real-world contexts
    24 September
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    On behalf of Enabling e-Learning, Karl Summerfield and myself are hosting a webinar this week on 3D printing. No worries if you can't make it, it will be recorded and loaded into this discussion, DISCUSSION POST: Using 3D printing in real-world contexts (Enabling e-Learning community VLN) and I'll also post links to the resources in this discussion as well.

    smiley LIVE WEBINAR: Using 3D printing in real-world contexts, 26 September, 3.45pm - 4.45pm

    In this webinar with Karl Summerfield, we explore the potential for using 3D printers to make parts, objects and artefacts to respond to authentic needs in both primary and secondary contexts. Register Now. 

    Feel free to share with others. See you there!

    A big huge thank you to Karl Summerfield and Warren Hall who up-skilled us about types of 3D printers, practical tips to consider when purchasing and using them, as well as contexts and examples of effective use in yesterday's webinar.

    Anyone starting out or already using 3D printers will get something out of this webinar. The recording and presentation slides (and much much more) are available in the Enabling e-Learning discussion thread, DISCUSSION POST: Using 3D printing in real-world contexts

    If you are starting out and have dived into these resources, I'd love to hear your feedback.

    - By Tessa Gray
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      • Tessa Gray
        By Tessa Gray
        Oct 1

        A big huge thank you to Karl Summerfield and Warren Hall who up-skilled us about types of 3D printers, practical tips to consider when purchasing and using them, as well as contexts and examples of effective use in yesterday's webinar.

        Anyone starting out or already using 3D printers will get something out of this webinar. The recording and presentation slides (and much much more) are available in the Enabling e-Learning discussion thread, DISCUSSION POST: Using 3D printing in real-world contexts

        If you are starting out and have dived into these resources, I'd love to hear your feedback.

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