Making and Apprenticeships; Making and Storytelling

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 TimesRead more >

White House Announces New and Renewed Maker Initiatives

Exciting maker news was released by the White House on Wednesday prior to President Obama’s keynote conversation at SXSW. Here are some highlights:

Expansion of TechHire to 50 Communities. A year ago today, the President launched TechHire as 21

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Maker Gifts for Kids

It’s been two years since we published our last list of recommended holiday purchases for kids, so we’re dusting off that post and updating it for 2015. Here are some of our favorites:

 

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Coupon Books – create a … Read more >

Making in Michigan Libraries: Call for Road Trip Hosts!

The University of Michigan (also the host of the MakerBridge blog) has received funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (to bring maker education to all areas of Michigan for libraries, community groups, educators, civic leaders, and more.… Read more >
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