27 September 2016 Educational area for learning of optics and technologies: union of open laboratories of ideas, methods and practices (OLIMP)
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The paper deals with the concept of creating the union of Open Laboratories of Ideas, Methods and Practices (OLIMP). It describes the structure designed to simplify the relationship, such as business incubators, start-up accelerators, small innovative enterprises, fabrication laboratories and student centers. We consider their advantages and disadvantages for the specific audience of students and enthusiasts who do not have funding for their own projects. The experience of interaction between the Open Laboratories of Ideas, Methods and Practices and the Student Research Laboratory for Optical Engineering shows the relative impact of structures on each other and the value of using such interaction in the learning process. The paper also addresses issues such as: the motivation of students, enthusiasm for the direction the lab participants identify and maintain the initiatives, profiling in the design, scientific, commercial, social sphere.
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Maksim Ivashchenko, Kirill Bodrov, Nadezhda Tolstoba, "Educational area for learning of optics and technologies: union of open laboratories of ideas, methods and practices (OLIMP)", Proc. SPIE 9946, Optics Education and Outreach IV, 994613 (27 September 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2238002; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2238002
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