Making over your library

This year, one of my big goals is to develop makerspaces around campus – including in the library. We have already formed a group of interested teachers, ready to take on the challenge. Due to space limitations, we are proposing a maker class (with each teacher teaching a specialized portion) and several small maker areas, each with a specific theme.

In meeting and reviewing all things maker, I have stumbled upon some amazing resources, which I have included in one presentation.

Today’s updates include:

You can learn more on STEAM and maker movements at fennovation.org.

Enjoy!

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