MAKER MOVEMENT
Thank you very much for your time and willingness to fill out my survey. I am a student in architecture at ENSA Montpellier. As part of my research internship, I am working on the subject of the new industrial revolution, third places, digital manufacturing and their effect on our lives, on education, on work, on architecture and their capabilities. to produce social innovation.

In this work, I try to find an answer to the following questions:
Who is the maker?
What are his/hers motives ?
How does he/she see the present and the future?
This movement, is it viable?
Does this have the potential to reshape our society?

Dalia Gregorova
http://dalia.gregor-design.eu/
Space type *
What kind of space(s) are you affiliated with either as a member or a user? (multiple answers possible) *
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How did you find out about this survey? *
How did you become a member/user of this space? *
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What were your original motives when joining this space? (multiple answers, max 3) *
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What is important to you when being a member of a space like this?
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Irrelevant
Somewhat Irrelevant
Somewhat important
Important
Access to technologies
Being a part of a community
Knowledge sharing
Expanding my skills
Collaborating with others
Experimenting
Socializing
Clear selection
Anything else you find important?
How would you describe your level of operating these technologies? *
None
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Guru
3D printer
Laser cutter
CNC routing
Vinyl plotter
3D scanner
Robotic arm
Sewing machine
DIY tools
Any other technologies?
Format: technology - level
How would you describe your level of skills in these domains? *
None
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Guru
3D design & modeling
CAD design
Mechanical design
Prototyping
Programming
Robotics
DIY
Any other skills?
Format: domain - level
As a maker, do you consider yourself to be a part of a movement? *
This movement will fundamentally affect the way.. *
Disagree
Somewhat disagree
Somewhat agree
Convinced
..our society functions
..we design things
..we produce things
..we invent things
..we educate
..we work
..we do and design the architecture
..we live
Anything else you can think of?
Free expression on the subject of maker movement: (optional)
Could this movement qualify as a part of a new industrial revolution? *
Do you think that this movement has a potential to produce a change in these domains? *
I don't know
No
Not much
A little
Very much
Internet neutrality
Internet privacy
Rethinking of copyright
Rethinking patents
End of mass production (local production)
Laterally distributed energy production
Ecology
Re-distribution of power
Decentralization of power
Re-distribution of wealth
Universal income
Local initiatives support
Work-laws reform
Education reform
Economic system reform
Cryptocurrency implementation
Local currency implementation
Anti-corruption
Social reform
Way of life
Family life
Free expression on the subject of new industrial revolution: (optional)
Do you consider the majority education approach in your country effective in terms of a good preparation for the future? *
Could you please elaborate? (optional)
In your opinion, what do you find important in an educational system? *
I don't know
Irrelevant
Somewhat irrelevant
Somewhat important
Very important
Multi-disciplinary approach
Mono disciplinary approach
Project-based learning
Problem-based learning
Teacher-centered learning
Student-centered learning
Grade-free system
Extensive grading system
Experimentation
Fact-learning
No homework
Unifunctional class environment
Multifunctional class environment
Homeschooling possibility
Any others?
Do you think could the philosophy behind fablabs, makerspaces, etc significantly improve educational systems? *
What do you consider to be their main advantage? (3 max)
Any other advantages?
Free expression on the subject of education: (optional)
Do you think that the current model of work is becoming obsolete? *
Regarding the future of working, what do you consider the most relevant factors? *
I don't know
Irrelevant
Somewhat irrelevant
Somewhat important
Important
Automatization and AI replacing lower-paying jobs
Automatization and AI replacing higher-paying jobs
Cheap labor in underdeveloped countries
Not enough work for everyone
Education adapted to current needs
Access to education