Unique Approaches to Library Makerspaces: A Group of Author-Librarians Share their Insights
Makerspaces are known as locations for experimentation, collaboration, and innovation. They can also be known as learning centers for service, accessibility, and equality. Visit with a makerspace author panel including Diana Rendina, Gina Seymour, and Heather Moorefield-Lang. We’ll discuss challenge-based learning, maker service projects and other exciting developments in the field of school library makerspaces and how they can engage your learners.
- Diana Rendina, Media Specialist, Tampa Preparatory School
- Heather Moorefield-Lang, Associate Professor, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- Gina Seymour, School Library Media Specialist, Islip High School Library