The University of North Carolina Greensboro has developed (and continues to develop) an Instructional Technology Toolkit LibGuide. One of the tabs on this guide is all about Making and includes a number of very helpful resources aimed at librarians, including … Read more >
A few weeks ago, I attended the American Library Association’s 2015 Midwinter Meeting. Although there were several maker related sessions, I was only able to attend the ALA Masters Series session, “Mechanic Institutes, Hackerspaces, Makerspaces, TechShops, Incubators, Accelerators, and Centers … Read more >
Editor’s note: Happy New Year, MakerBridge community!
Our future school and youth librarians at the University of Michigan are big fans of Laura Fleming, the librarian at New Jersey’s New Milford High School. From her work with transmedia storytelling to … Read more >
Making digital objects–webpages, gifs, music, you name it–is one of my favorite kinds of making, because as long as I’ve got my computer and a functioning internet connection, I don’t have to worry about other supplies (or mess!). Better yet, … Read more >