Maker Curriculum Modules

As part of the 2014 Job Creation Partnership project, Literacy Link South Central developed several curriculum modules.

These "Maker Modules" were prepared for the Literacy Link South Central project “Using Technology to Facilitate Connections between Literacy and the Broader Community” (2014).

Maker Modules available in this series include:

Supporting Documents

Literacy Link South Central (LLSC) wishes to acknowledge the valuable contributions made by the following consultants, project staff and partners:

  • Beth Compton, MakerBus
  • Danielle Carr, Literacy-Technology Liaison
  • Herta Taylor, Literacy-Technology Liaison
  • James Graham, MakerBus
  • Kim Martin, MakerBus
  • Ryan Hunt, MakerBus
  • Summer Burton, LLSC
  • Titus Ferguson, UnLondon Digital Media Association
  • Tony Mejia, Literacy-Technology Liaison
  • The staff and learners of Nokee Kwe Native Education Centre, Collège Boréal London, Literacy London, ATN Access Inc., WIL Employment Connections and Youth Opportunities Unlimited for testing the Maker Modules and providing their feedback.

© Organizations are encouraged to copy these materials; however, reproducing these materialsfor a profit is prohibited. 2014

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This Employment Ontario project is funded in part by the Government of Canada.

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