By Edward Stevenette IntroductionAt Challenge Lab we are committed to researching and creating resources to help individual students flourish at university in this time of disruption. We are seeking to build digital and offline resources using the best of affective computing, positive psychology, and pedagogical design to provide students with a unique tool to track […]
An analysis of Open Source COVID-19 Pandemic Ventilator Projects according to 7 criteria: Openness, Buildability, Community support, Functional & Reliability Testing, Suitability, Clinician Friendliness, Manufacturability
Make: founder Dale Dougherty and executive editor Mike Senese talked with a number of people about “the state of open source ventilator options, and propose a modular system to allow for more effective community support in addressing ventilator shortages.”
Open Source Projects
#Dontgoviral Covid Wiki to enable Content Production adapted to different geographical & cultural contexts
We are crowdsourcing openly licensed creative content through a Wiki to #ShareInformation, this is an open call to content creators of every genre to do what they do best; create! The hope is that by creating inspired and informative content that is relevant to the current crisis, more people will share and spread the knowledge. By making the content open-sourced, we are inviting others to co-create and produce content that fits their environments best.
A community platform for collective sense-making and info sharing.
As new genomes for the coronavirus come to light, after its constant mutations there are now more than 3000, researchers upload them to an online database called GISAID.
As new genomes come to light, researchers upload them to an online database called GISAID. A team of virus evolution experts are analyzing the growing collection of genomes in a project called Nextstrain. They continually update the virus family tree.
We collect and disseminate information, support makerlabs printing coordination and help connect the maker community around the globe.
Have a look at our resource collection: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1neju1ned9ezEaBIM6xCdnALMjx9gqaItL5ONmhXutks/edit#
Join our slack channel: https://join.slack.com/t/careablesglobal/shared_invite/zt-da26hhg0-mmr9k95Mh3Nd2QRvhHQufg
FLATTEN is a not-for-profit organization platform for collecting and providing real-time information regarding the spread of COVID-19 in your local community and around the nation (Canada).