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A school library makerspace with Colleen Graves

A school library makerspace with Colleen Graves

This post was originally posted on the LAIP in March 2016. It remains one of our most popular! Today we have an interview with Colleen Graves, a 2016 Library Journal Mover & Shaker, and a school librarian/maker who has brought a makerspace into her school library. Enjoy! Busy morning #making, #soldering, using computers, #studying, #reading...
Libraries are for everyone: featuring Rebecca McCorkindale

Libraries are for everyone: featuring Rebecca McCorkindale

We first spoke with Rebecca a couple years ago about her artistic and creative endeavors, but we knew that we had to talk to her again once we saw her AMAZING Libraries are for Everyone images! Enjoy! -Holly LAIP: What has changed in your artistic or library life since the last time we spoke? Wow! What...
Friday Linkubator Roundup

Friday Linkubator Roundup

Busy summer? Here’s what you’ve missed in our neck of the…internet? On the site: Check out the 970West Studio at Mesa County Libraries. The Johnson County (KS) Library unveils their NEW MakerSpace! An update from the Creative in Residence at the State Library of Queensland, Australia. Have fun splashing puddles in the latest Book to Boogie! Getting it...
Friday Linkubator Roundup

Friday Linkubator Roundup

We have lots of fun links to share with you today! New to the site: Brisbane Pride Choir finds a home in libraries Hello, New York City! How to make an exhibit? The best of the internet: Perfect for a Friday morning: Instructions for Living A Life How to archive a website for eternity? What...
Linkubator Roundup

Linkubator Roundup

New on the site: Our latest Hatchery Highlights update on Interwoven Connections. Are you ready for the National Week of Making?! The latest in our Public Demesne series on using public domain images. PLAYING with the Idea Exchange! Fun stuff around the web: Remix and create with 180,000 out-of-copyright photos, maps, letters etc FREE from NYPL!...
Linkubator Roundup

Linkubator Roundup

There’s been some great library goings on recently, and we have the best for you to catch up on! On the site: Bringing short stories to life in the library with Ark! In the latest Book to Boogie, a look at a kid lit favorite! The exhibition currently on display at the New School’s List...
Friday Linkubator Roundup

Friday Linkubator Roundup

Hello dear friends! It’s been busy in our library world, so today I have a giant roundup of awesomeness for you to enjoy! On the site: A look at why websites matter to creative libraries offers some tips for your web presence! An update from the Creative in Residence at the State Library of Queensland, Australia....
Linkubator Roundup

Linkubator Roundup

Hello dear creative folks! We’ve got some great links for you today! On the site: Experience a day in the life of a teen writing group. Mover & Shaker Colleen Graves shares her school library makerspace! Read about the final chapter of the SPINE Festival! In other news: School Library Journal and Scholastic are looking...
Linkubator Roundup

Linkubator Roundup

Check out the fun stuff we’ve been up to this week! On the site: Laura went to SXSW! I know you want to be a children’s writer-in-residence! Check out our latest artist interview, with art currently on display at NYPL! Around our corner of the internet: This little free library is in an old newspaper...
Linkubator Roundup

Linkubator Roundup

Take a look at all the fun we’ve been up to this week! On the site: Erinn and Holly led a fabulous workshop on incubating creativity. We look at this fabulous rain barrel art! Our updated look at Art Resource Transfer which shares art titles with libraries! Around the web: Content creators rule! YouTube creators...
Linkubator Roundup

Linkubator Roundup

In the whirlwind of the beginning of March, we have a lot of fun things going on! On the site: Why aren’t adults allowed to be creative? A look at creative adult programming! A great new title for the Book to Boogie collection! A sneak peek preview of the SPINE festival! In other news: Erinn...
Friday Linkubator Roundup

Friday Linkubator Roundup

This week on the site: A colorful look at the Pop des Fleurs winter pop-up garden. Going to SXSW? We are! From CHP in the Stacks, we look at the Givens Collection. Other news: Laura talks about the Book to Art Club over on the Demco blog. Around the internet: Check out these updates from...