Join us in our session as we discuss how the principles of the Maker Movement can be applied to the modern workplace, and the positive impact it can have on creativity, productivity, and collaborative team building. Attendees will be able to experience many of the discussed new technologies first hand, including virtual reality, 3D printing, and more, inside Pepperdine University's makerspace.
Landon Phillips is the co-director of the Genesis Lab and Lead Instructional Designer at Pepperdine University. He is the co-author of the grant that created the makerspace at Pepperdine, and holds a master's degree in learning technology. He has also taught several classes at Pepperdine, including sections on design and public speaking.
Anna Speth is the librarian for emerging technology and digital projects at Pepperdine University. She holds a master's degree in library and information science. Speth previously worked with the Dig@Lab at Duke University, using emerging technology to look for new interpretations of humanities disciplines, and with the User Research Center at Harvard University, performing usability testing on archival discovery software.