Maker/Library Partnerships: An Interview with Terence O’Neill

Public libraries are a popular venue for makerspaces and maker activities, but many libraries may have concerns about budget, space, and lack of staff expertise. Developing partnerships with local makerspaces and maker organizations can often help a library offer these … Read more >

Makerspaces in Academia

Makerspaces, coding/programming, and DIY activities are quickly gaining traction and momentum in mainstream culture. As more people become interested in making and hacking, places with the space, equipment, staff to assist in these endeavors and to encourage collaboration and sharing … Read more >

Q&A: The Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire and Beyond

MakerBridge chatted this week with Emily Puckett Rodgers, special projects librarian at the University of Michigan, open education advocate, and co-organizer of the Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire, about how Maker Faires connect neighbors and ignite creativity.

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