uOttawa Maker Mobile – Creativity on the go

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As part of its outreach program, the Faculty of Engineering is proud to present Ottawa’s first-ever Maker Mobile, now available to come to your community!

The uOttawa Maker Mobile is a Makerspace on wheels; traveling from location to location on a full-time basis, it carries equipment such as 3D printers and scanners, laser cutters, and Arduino microcontrollers. Using the latest technologies, the Maker Mobile delivers fun hands-on learning activities to schools, libraries and community centers across the region, complementing the school curriculum. Our goal is to encourage creativity, problem-solving skills and interest in technology among everyone in the community. Through our workshops, we aim to reach at least 1000 kids in the National Capital Region from September 2015 to June 2016.

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The uOttawa Maker Mobile delivers bilingual workshops in the Ottawa-Gatineau region, tailored to your needs!

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Your support for this initiative will help nurture the next generation of engineers, computer scientists and entrepreneurs amongst the youth in the National Capital Region (and eventually reach out to other cities).

If you are interested in supporting this initiative and help nurture the next generation of engineers, computer scientists and entrepreneurs amongst the youth in the National Capital Region, please contact:

Hanan Anis

Associate Professor, Faculty Coordinator in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Tel: 613 - 562-5800, ext. 6709
emailhanan@eecs.uottawa.ca

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