Posts Tagged 'DIY'

Library DIY: unmediated point-of-need support

Taking into account DIY students: Library DIY @Information WantsTo Be Free

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DIY vs. startup, or false dichotomies and labels

If you ask a group of people what DIY means within librarianship, you’ll get a lot of different answers. And I saw a lot of different ideas of DIY in the discussion at ACRL. Read more… @Information Wants to Be Free

Build your own (affordable) standing desk

Want to change your mental and physical stamina at work? A standing desk will do it. I swear by my mine. Read on… @ProfHacker

Hacking, making, & creating at the library

A March 2013 presentation offering an overview of what’s happening, and some tips on where to start. Read @DavidLeeKing

The case for a campus makerspace

What does it mean to create an informal learning space on a college campus? Are the Maker culture and academia even compatible? An interesting question, I’d say, to which I’d respond they may be more compatible than markets and academia. @HackEducation Read more…

Makerspaces move into academic libraries

At the heart of academic libraries lies a commitment to growth, learning, and exploration … bringing makerspaces into libraries, we can provide more options for self-directed, innovative learning; we can provide a space that acts as an incubator for ideas. @ACRL TechConnect Read more …

The DIY patron

Rethinking reference and instructional services in light of the DIY mindset. @AL Technology in Practice Read more …


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