Tag Archives: Maker Space

MakerSpace Session: Pizza and ‘Pi’

Session Date:           Friday November 13th 2015 Session Location:     TLTC ITV Room Session Time:            12:00pm – 3:00pm Registration Link:     click here Join us for an afternoon of pizza and Raspberry Pi!  The TLT Center MakerSpace will be offering a workshop on how to build your own gaming device using the tiny computer, Raspberry Pi…. Continue Reading »

MakerSpace Corner – October 2015

MakerSpace Corner – October 2015 TLTC Staff If you have not yet participated in a MakerSpace workshop we have lots to share!  October was a busy month in the MakerSpace.  The TLT Center hosted three workshops that students, faculty, and employees participated in. The first of the three was a introductory 3D Printing workshop where… Continue Reading »

MakerSpace Workshop: Halloween Wearable Electronics

Session Title:  MakerSpace Workshop: Halloween Wearable Electronics Session Date:  Friday October 16th 2015 Session Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm Registration Link: click here Session Description: Join us for an afternoon of wearable electronics!  During this hands-on workshop, participants will use LED lights, fabric, and other sewing tools to create a Halloween-themed wearable electronic. No previous sewing… Continue Reading »

MakerSpace Corner – September 2015

MakerSpace Corner – September 2015 TLTC Staff Seton Hall University has taken on a leadership role in the NJ Maker movement with the launch of the NJ Makers Consortium.  The consortium’s mission is to bring together educators and librarians in K-12 and Higher Education with the purpose of providing local support, networking, and training for… Continue Reading »

Instructional Design Newsletter – May 2015

Instructional Design Newsletter 2015 May http://blogs.shu.edu/technology/newsletter 2015 May | Instructional Design Newsletter (pdf) TLTR Best Practices Committee At the request of the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable Best Practices Committee, Dr. Koutsoftas (School of Health and Medical Science) and Dr. Ladik (Stillman School of Business) each worked with TLTC Digital Media Services to produce a… Continue Reading »