Digital design and fabrication for ICT education

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1 Introduction

Digital design and fabrication in education is an emerging discipline, e.g. in the UK under the label "Design and technology". In this page will focus on the potential of digital design and fabrication to teach and learn ICT skills.

Contents will include citations and summaries that then could be used for further exploration, research and teaching activities. - Daniel K. Schneider (talk) 16:27, 25 May 2018 (CEST)

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2 Bibliography

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