The New Media Consortium Horizon Report 2015, Higher Education edition, recently identified one of its top trends in education as advancing cultures of change and innovation. MakerBot sees the adoption of desktop 3D printing in the classroom as a way to create a culture of innovation, stimulate creativity, and prepare the leaders of tomorrow. MakerBot has therefore announced its newest offering, the MakerBot® Starter Lab, to the marketplace, designed to get a school or organization’s 3D printing capabilities up and running quickly and efficiently to accelerate innovation among its users.
Download the press release at MakerBot.com (PDF download).
Picture: MakerBot Desktop 3D Scanner.