Large Cohort Subjects

The page describes what is required to integrate Maker Spaces into your subject if you have more than 50 students.

Supporting large numbers of students for even simple making tasks can require significant planning and coordination, for example to make sure adequate quantities of materials are available, or to ensure adequate time has been allocated for fabrication.

If you have a subject with over 50 students and you would like to integrate making or a demonstration in the Maker Spaces into your subject please submit the Non-standard Making Request Form at least one month before the start of semester. After completing the form the Maker Spaces Management team will be in contact to discuss your requirements to ensure your needs can be supported by the Maker Spaces team.

Non-standard Making Request Form

The Non-standard Making Request Form will require you to provide information such as:

  • Subject Details – i.e. name, number etc

  • Number of Students

  • Number of Tutorial Groups

  • Description of Projects

  • Material types and quantities requires

  • Dates of students will be processing jobs in Maker Spaces or utilising facilities

  • Dates of students required to submit for marking

  • Amount of waste expected to be generated

Please be mindful that planning for and resolving complex fabrication and making problems can take considerable time. The Maker Spaces are also open to the rest of the faculty, students and external clients. Therefore, please make sure to contact Maker Spaces team as early as possible to make arrangements for your class.

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