Posts Tagged 'makerspace'

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

DIY library culture and the academy

Librarianship has seen a groundswell of innovative do-it-yourself (DIY) activity in recent years… For academic librarians this DIY culture is closely tied with professional development and scholarship, but what does it say about the future of the academic library profession? From Lead Pipe editors. Read on @LeadPipe

Why libraries should be the next great start-up incubators

Co-working spaces are often treated today as a novelty … but the idea is actually as old as the public library. Read on… @LibraryStuff

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 …


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