We Make Everyday #alaac14 @amyeileenk

Since I presented on a panel at Fred Forward a few weeks ago about the intersection between new media use and the maker movement, I’ve been paying more close attention to what’s shaking in libraryland when it comes to makerspaces. Luckily one of my mentors and personal saviors, Amy Koester, happens to be a vocal advocate for all things STE(A)M and making things in the library. I attended her We Make Everyday session at ALA last weekend in stinky and nasty Vegas, and now I’m posting her slides and Justin Hoenke’s virtual appearance. Go forth and make something. Or keep on making things, as the case may be, whether they’re digital, physical, or a combination thereof.


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Posted on July 6, 2014, in Literacy. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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