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A Card-Sorting Task to Establish Community Values in Designing Makerspaces

@inproceedings{Meehan2014ACT,
  title={A Card-Sorting Task to Establish Community Values in Designing Makerspaces},
  author={Riley Jack Meehan},
  year={2014}
}
This paper describes preliminary work on the design of a novel interview method for examining how existing values of school communities are integrating into new makerspaces. This new method involves a card-sorting task, similar to those used by information architects to design websites. Our card-sorting task is designed specifically to scaffold rising makers' discussions about their values and commitments for spaces that support tinkering and making. With the increase in excitement around… Expand
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