The Making in Michigan Libraries project is delighted to announce that registration is open for our one- and three-day maker professional development workshops around the state this summer. From May 10 through late August, we’ll be on the road, from Benton Harbor to Benzonia, Ann Arbor to Alpena, and both ends of the Upper Peninsula.
Registration is free!
umich.edu/road-trip to learn more and snag your spot. Choose the site closest to home or take a summer road trip with your colleagues!
And please help us spread the word among your K-12 community, local troop leaders, public librarians, Boys and Girls Club facilitators, and more — the more folks we involve from throughout our communities, the more impactful our collective maker work can be.
Sponsored by the University of Michigan School of Information’s Making in Michigan Libraries Project; funding made possible in part by Institute for Museum and Library Services RE-05-15-0021-15.
– Kristin Fontichiaro
Image: Two pairs of elementary school children’s hands playing with Seeed Studio’s Tech Box Tricks