Many libraries use makerspaces to teach and engage, but during the COVID-19 pandemic, buildings have been closed and people have been distanced. So libraries did what they always do: innovated. From student-led remote projects to take-home kits to lists of resources that can be found around the house (sticky rice adhesive!), makerspaces have gone virtual.
Watch as Stacy Brown, Maggie Melo, and Leslie Preddy discuss big-picture questions about how makerspaces can work at a distance. Moderated by Heather Moorefield-Lang, it’s a lively and informative conversation!
- Of interest to public, school, academic, and special librarians and library students
- Discuss how makerspaces can work well virtually
- Get and share ideas for innovative maker programs
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