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It's Back. . .Enroll Today in this Unique and Highly Recommended Workshop
Starts May 16, 2015. This is a 4 week online workshop. Library
12 LEU Approved (Indiana) All Librarians, Teachers, Volunteers,
Staff, and Library Science Students Welcome. $59.00
Enroll at: http://www.artmuseums.com/makerspace.html
Past participant comments:
I have gained a better knowledge of what a Maker Space is and how I
can adapt it to my small library. With our size, budget, and staffing,
Lego type maker space activities are going to be the way to go for us.
Much of the information on where to find technology items and how to
start small were helpful. I found the funding tips very helpful.
One of the projects that really caught my eye was from the video of
the Maker Fair in New York. Two young girls had set up a tent/area
where people could make their own super hero costumes. I thought this
type of maker activity would fit in great with the theme for summer
reading club this year. I would like to host a comic con at our
library this year as a special activity related to the summer reading
club theme. I would envision having this type of make your own super
hero outfit at this event. I would have to modify the part where they
used a 3D printer to print medallions related to their super powers.
Our library is not (yet) equipped with a 3D printer. I would try to
have various fabric donated to cut costs. . . http://www.artmuseums.com/makerspace.html