WHAT IS MAKER HUB?

Launching Fall 2017 School Library Journal’s Maker Hub will host more than 30, expert-led sessions from our past Maker Workshops.

Register for the next Maker Workshop starting on October 3 and receive complimentary access!

Sessions Include

  • Creative Digital Making
  • Demo and Q+A: Tinkercad
  • Design Thinking to Engage Your Community
  • Do It Yourselves: Inspiring a Passion to Make in Teen Girls
  • Getting Started With littleBits in Your Makerspace
  • Globaloria MakeQuest
  • HANDS ON With FOOD & GARDENING: How To Develop Food Explorers and Edible Adventurers
  • How The Maker Movement Can Drive The Economy with Congressman Mark Takano
  • How to Ensure that Making Leads to Learning
  • How To Get Buy-In for Your Maker Program
  • How-To: Maker Projects (STEAM)
  • It’s In Our Hands: How Making Makes Us Happy and More Creative
  • Learning Through Invention With littleBits
  • Lessons from Lab Girl Author, Hope Jahren
  • Lessons From the Dream Lab
  • Literacy + Making STEM in the Real World
  • Make Everywhere
  • Maker Workshop Peer Showcase
  • Makerspace in a Box: Getting Started with littleBits – Sponsored Session
  • Makerspace Tech Project Demo
  • Makey Makey Demo Session
  • Making Art, Preserving Tradition: The Mele Murals Project
  • Making at School
  • Making That’s Made for Your Community
  • Making Without the Space: Mobile Makerspaces
  • Projects To Get You Started Making (Before You Have a Budget)
  • SLIME (Students of Long Island Maker Expo)
  • STEAM Lessons with Tricia Fuglestad
  • Steampunk Makerspaces
  • The Ins and Outs of 3D Printing
  • The Web as Maker Platform
  • Understanding A National Framework for Learning and Making
  • Video Production for Teens”The Genius Hour” and Innovations in Making
  • What Happens When a Public Library Goes Maker
  • When Old-School Crafts Meet a Modern Audience
  • 3-D Printing + New Ways to Embrace Technology: MakerBot

“A great introduction to makerspaces and to planning and executing your own makerspace… It provided me the incentive to really think about the makerspace that I am planning and helped me plan how I will implement this idea.”

“…fantastic! The speakers were different, and not run-of-the-mill presenters: all were experts in their field or product or organization… Overall, I felt energized by new information and exposure to people of like minds. Thank you!”

Register for the next Maker Workshop starting on October 3 and receive complimentary access to Maker Hub!

Can’t attend Maker Workshop, but still interested in the Maker Hub?

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