Settimana della Scienza Gallarate (Varese, Italy) 2016 is about “That’s the Future”. It consists in one week of public initiatives and exhibits aimed at putting in contact science with students and citizens, and involves schools, institutions, scientists, research centers, and universities such as LIUC – Università Cattaneo.
"Settimana della Scienza Gallarate (Varese, Italy) 2016" is about “That’s the Future”.
The DiDIY (Digital DIY) Project studies the nature of the DiDIY phenomenon and its long-term impacts on all sectors and levels of society, from education to work, creativity and ethics. The hypotheses in the initial proposal for the DiDIY Project include the expectation that:
Febryary 3rd, 2016, that is the day before our first 2016 Project Meeting was a very busy day. We had four different meetings with different groups and organizations who, for one reason or another, may have some interest in greater diffusion of Digital DIY.
These are the Official DiDIY Fact Sheets, final edition (June 2017)
(update 2016/2/2: please see details of TWO public meetings below!)
In this blog post, we’d like to show our preliminary reflections on the opportunity provided by the analysis of the current trend of digital fabrication-based DIY – or simply of digital DIY – for a better understanding of the acquisition and development of key competences for the next century citizens and workers.
(French translation, kindly provided by Bernard Schoenacker, of this request)
Les objectifs du projet DiDIY (Digital DIY – bricolage numérique) sont, entre autres, de faire un état des lieu sur les points suivants: