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The notion of "pervasive computing" has traditionally been identified with a focus on what might be called "pervasive processing". This paper, in contrast, argues that the notion of pervasive computing can be profitably extended to accommodate the burgeoning potential of educational fabrication. We present several projects under way in our lab-projects that illustrate how fabrication devices can be employed in educational settings. We then use these examples to motivate a broader discussion ofdoi:10.1109/percomw.2007.93 dblp:conf/percom/Eisenberg07 fatcat:c4wqvrmizzbfvfw2cq5w2ty7ga