Libraries as Makerspaces

motherlode-whittle-tmagArticleToday’s Motherlode blog post in The New York Times, written by Jessica Lahey of Lyme, contains a nice endorsement of libraries as makerspaces and as resources for ideas and activities. Check it out by clicking on the photo at left or the link above!

 

2 Responses to “Libraries as Makerspaces”

  1. Kristin says:

    Thanks for sharing, Judy. Need an extra bag of money to buy all the books I want for summer xoxoxo

  2. Thanks for sharing Judy. She lists great resources. Maker Ed is particularly wonderful. I did just post a comment on the blog post and I want to share it here too. The Maker Corps site map that is linked to filters the map to just 2013 sites, which means that our NH site isn’t included. The Keene Public Library is one of the 34 sites selected. You can see the current map here https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=zT8gNNVOb2bU.kjYzNuKJpCGs.

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