As part of the Making in Michigan Libraries project, we’ve been traveling the state of Michigan this summer for multi-day professional development workshops. On the evening of the second day of the workshop, we host a small MakerFest in the … Read more >
My Making in Michigan Libraries team has been talking a lot about the importance of purposefulness when bringing maker tools and materials into a space. It’s so easy to just buy stuff and let patrons and students loose … but … Read more >
I like using Flipboard because it finds readings from topics I’m interested from sources that I might not know about or follow regularly.
That was how I found “The Apprenticeship: gallery exhibition celebrates craftmanship” in the Brisbane Times… Read more >
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 … Read more >
Over on Quartz, Darlena Cunha writes about concerns that a solitary focus on STEM is denying students the kinds of open-ended, experiences that a balance with the humanities could offer, going so far as to say that it turns students … Read more >