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This article suggests an analytic frame for observing and explaining literacy practices in makerspaces by describing four different adult maker literacy practices: a) identifying, organizing, and integrating information across sources; b) creating and traversing representations; c) communicating with others for giving or receiving help, feedback, or showing a project at different stages of the making process (e.g., ideating, designing/planning, making, sharing). Through interviews we explore fourteen adults’creative representational processes with the goal of helping to document and build expansive spaces for learning and literacy that are inclusive of a wide range of making activities and learning opportunities.

National Science Foundation Forum on Next Generation STEM Learning for All - Fall 2015

FabLearn 2015
The Practice of IOI in Making