According to the Makerspace Playbook, makers believe “if you can imagine it, you can make it.” While makers aren’t typically in it for the money. School Libraries as Makerspaces. Makerspace-Playbook-Febpdf . Easy Does It: A pop-up teen makerspace | Library as Incubator. Makerspace Playbook out Our Makerspace Journey to learn more about how I started a Makerspace at my previous school, Stewart Middle Magnet School.
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This might help you get started! It’ll be more important down the road than if they were just writing stories. Publishing quality and relevant content you curate on a regular basis will makersapce your online visibility and traffic. Why should I brand my topic? Are you planning to start a makerspace at your school or in your community? Documenting sharing projects … and the stories behind their making.
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I don’t have a Facebook or a Twitter account. We are a smaller branch makerspave limited space, so I can’t create a makerspace in the open parts of my library. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers. Enter your name and email to download the PDF for free.