Makerspaces provide libraries with the opportunities to create, experiment, and acquire or perfect new skills.
In school libraries, the process of making demonstrates desired outcomes for 21st century learners
and for learning as an overall process.
Makers are able to contribute, communicate, and collaborate as they connect, curate, and create.
Makerspaces adapt with a constantly changing world and are at the forefront
of a new culture of participatory learning.
(Wong, T. (2013). Makerspaces take libraries by storm. Library Media Connection, 34-38)
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Who can come?
Years 7-8 students. Year 9 by request to Mrs Hunter.
When do we meet?
Thursday lunchtimes (12.30-1.30) in CB202, or on the Centenary Library balcony.