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Brilliant Labs has been helping schools and community centres transform learning environments into makerspaces since day one. Six years later, we have helped make more than 200 spaces throughout Atlantic Canada. Each one is different than the next. Some have materials dedicated to the creation of immersive virtual realities while others have sewing machines along side their 3D Printers. We are thrilled to collaborate with the maker leaders of each school to carefully construct a space that is reflective of the culture of the community surrounding the makerspace. It has been an incredible experience to see this network of makerspaces grow to add new perspectives to a rich story of making.

Parents perspective book 1 (independent home setting). By Khusboo Jain 3rd Year B.Des Creative Education, Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore.

We were inspired by this work to create our own resource for anyone who is curious about starting a makerspace. Part of this process was to understand the different perspectives of making a makerspace.

Parents perspective book 3 (rural setting). By Kavya Sabin. 3rd Year B.Des Creative and Applied Computation, Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore

Stories have the power to transform people's motivations and actions. Using the power of storytelling, can we inspire people to bring a change in children's lives through creative, meaningful, and hands-on maker-centered learning experiences? Here is a collection of stories with ideas and inspiration to start making and design makerspaces and corners at home, school and community spaces.

Parents perspective book 2 (urban small space apartment setting). By Himani Kumawat. 3rd Year B.Des Creative and Applied Computation, Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore.

Students perspective. By Manya Singh & Parth Pradeep Kulkarni. 3rd Year B.Des Human Centered Design, Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore Teachers perspective(Indian and Canadian setting). By Srinija Ghantasala, Lisa Pinto, Gayathri Menon. 3rd Year B.Des Human Centered Design, Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore BrilliantLabs LabsMagazine Magazine Revue RevueLabos LabosCrĂŠatifs CrĂŠatifs Brilliant

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