Creating a Makerspace at Your School


Screen Shot 2015-04-14 at 11.05.00 AMIn this webinar for the Leadership 3.0 community, New Jersey Library Media Specialist Laura Fleming introduced the Maker Movement and provided tips on how you can create a makerspace in your own school. An overview of makerspaces and how they foster experimentation, invention, creation, exploration, and STEM/STEAM-related concepts were examined. Attendees learned about the Maker Movement and the role libraries are playing in it. View the webinar to gain practical applications and tips for establishing a makerspace at your own school.

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