From the Archives: A Makerspace on a Budget

This week, in From the Archives, we’d like to focus on this excellent guest post from Rachel Goldberg. Though it’s been quite a while since it was written, Michigan Makers is still going strong and is a great model for Read more >

Things Learned on the Road This Summer, Part I

Thanks to funding from IMLS, I spent much of the summer on the road, working with librarians, educators, and community members to envision and think about community-responsive making in rural and underserved communities. Here are some things I learned (or re-learned) … Read more >

Making Space for Diversity

About a week and a half ago, fellow MakerBridge writer Emily and I attended the National Diversity in Libraries Conference to talk about how to work toward diversity and inclusion in makerspaces.

This is a topic we feel strongly about; … Read more >

Making That Triggers Family Memories

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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 >

From the Archives: A Day at Maker Faire Detroit

As introduced last month, we’ll be looking back on a monthly basis to some of MakerBridge’s early blog posts that you have missed. This year’s Maker Faire Detroit is coming up on July 30-31, so let’s look back at when Read more >

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