The Invent To Learn Guide to Fun features an assortment of insanely clever classroom-tested “maker” projects for learners of all ages. Josh Burker kicks classroom learning-by-making up a notch with step-by-step instructions, full-color photos, open-ended challenges, and sample … Read more >
It’s the eve of a new school year, and as I put the finishing touches on plans for our new maker class and interview grad students about their interest in joining the Michigan Makers team, I’m thinking a lot about … Read more >
I was in Montreal a few weeks ago with a friend. We’re the type of people who would go to a positively reviewed science museum anyway, but when I saw that the Montreal Science Center (Centre des Sciences Montreal) is … Read more >
This past week, I had some pieces snap off the cap of my water bottle, rendering it semi-usable but certainly not in an ideal state. My first thought, since I’ve been using the 3D printer a lot lately, was that … Read more >
If you’re thinking about adding a 3D printer to your library, this site can be a great resource. Not only does it feature a map displaying libraries worldwide that have 3D printers, it also includes resources to help you develop policies, … Read more >
For this post, we need to go back in time a few months. Specifically to the end of June 2015 at the 2015 ALA Annual Conference in San Francisco.
The founder of MakerBridge, Sharona Ginsberg, was invited to speak at … Read more >