What to Make In My Makerspace: Putting the Laboratory Back in the Library
Details the characteristics of effective makerspaces and present ideas for possible uses in law libraries. Laboratories are not defined by the equipment they contain but by the guiding purpose. Our libraries could become the place to experiment, create, and learn, not just find and consume. Makerspaces are not just 3D printers and robot parts. Any collection of software, hardware, furnishings, and supplies can become a makerspace.
Bradley, Sharon and Celik, Allan, "What to Make In My Makerspace: Putting the Laboratory Back in the Library" (2016). Presentations. 96.