Case studies are analysed by WP3, which focuses on the following core objectives:
- to undertake primary research into the role of CAPS type approaches in ten contrasting Maker communities, as validated in WP2, with a focus on the three analytical pillars of organisational structures and governance, peer and collaborative activities, and value and impact creation;
- to understand the ways that the Maker movement views and exploits the opportunities afforded by CAPS approaches, as well as the current barriers and drivers involved;
- to understand the societal value created by Maker communities and their relation with other emerging digital and non-digital social innovations;
- to generate ideas for how CAPS approaches could be further exploited by Maker communities and emerging related movements to create societal impact.
Here you can read more about the 10 case studies: