Ivan Ruby, PhD student in Educational Technology, interviewed on virtual maker jams
Maker jams are informal gatherings of makers, open to the general public. Before the COVID-19 lockdown, Ivan Ruby, a PhD student specializing in Educational Technology, helped to manage a regular maker jam under the auspices of Education Makers, a makers research group headed by Prof. Ann-Louise Davidson. After the lockdown, Ivan moved the maker jams online, using a constructivist approach with other makers learning computer programming. Arduino EduVision interviewed Ivan about his work (link to attached article here).