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  • Activity Judging Criteria

    This is a guide for judges to use to determine the quality of a TOM team's prototype. It lists innovation, community integration potential, affordability, and documentation as requirements. Makeathon Judging Criteria

  • Participant Waiver

    This is a template for a legal and binding contract between TOM and an institution that participates in a TOM activity. Make a copy and edit according to the needs of your event. Participant Waiver

  • Digital Product File Examples

    This is a folder with examples of finalized digital product files. Makers should reference these as they create designs. Digital Product File Examples

  • Good & Bad Documentation

    This is a folder with good and bad examples of design documentation. Be sure to reference these as you create designs for the Need-Knowers, so you know what to do and what not to do! Good & Bad Documentation

  • Documentation Worksheet

    This is a worksheet used to document the prototyping process for a design at a Makeathon. As you create your prototype, be sure to keep track of your process using this worksheet. Documentation Worksheet

  • Design Ideation Worksheet

    This is a worksheet you can use as a reference for design idea generation/brainstorming. This outlines different touchpoints Makers should have with the Need-Knowers, so you can create the best designs for them. Design Ideation Worksheet

  • Design & Documentation Feedback Form

    This is an example of a TOM Product/Design Feedback form. Remember – the Need-Knower is integral to the TOM process. Use this form as a template to gauge how a Need-Knower feels about a product you are making for them. Design & Documentation Feedback Form

  • Activity Feedback Form

    This is an example of an event feedback form (in this case, a Makeathon). You can use this to gauge how your participants felt about the event, and use it to improve your events in the future. Make a copy and edit accordingly to suit your needs. Event Feedback Form

  • Call for Makers

    This is an example of a "Call for Makers" form from the Columbia University Makeathon in 2020. You can use this form to recruit Makers to participate in your event. Make a copy and edit accordingly to suit the needs of your event. Call for Makers

  • Call for Challenges (Events)

    This is an example of "Call for Challenges" form from the Columbia University Makeathon in 2020. You can use this type of form to see what challenges Need-Knowers are facing, and ultimately decide which challenges you are going to solve at your event. Make a copy and edit accordingly to suit your needs. Call for Challenges