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How do we balance the world of grading and standards with a culture of risk taking, innovation, and intellectual failure?
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“How do we balance the world of grading and standards with a culture of risk taking, innovation, and intellectual failure?”
—Adam Schoenbart

“Many scholars of the past burrowed into library stacks, read the printed literature on a topic, consulted with a mentor, and emerged with their research. Today, the smartest person in the room is the room.”
—Angela Maiers

“Despite the many spaces out there that are essentially exactly alike, there is no one-size-fitsall approach to planning a makerspace.”
—Laura Fleming

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