Posts tagged "Makerspace"
The Bubbler at Madison Public Library: Media Lab

The Bubbler at Madison Public Library: Media Lab

A new installment in our new series on The Bubbler at Madison Public Library!  We’ve worked closely with Trent Miller and the Bubbler crew as partners on their NEA Our Town grant, and we’re delighted to introduce this exciting programming model to the library world in a series of videos here and on out Library as Incubator...
What is the Bubbler?

What is the Bubbler?

At long last, we’re proud to bring a new series on The Bubbler at Madison Public Library to the Library as Incubator Project!  We’ve worked closely with Trent Miller and the Bubbler crew as partners on their NEA Our Town grant, and we’re delighted to introduce this exciting programming model to the library world along...
Easy Does It: A pop-up teen makerspace

Easy Does It: A pop-up teen makerspace

As you know if you’ve been part of the Library as Incubator Project community, we’re big fans of maker programs and spaces, and we love to see the variety of “maker libraries” that are being developed around the country and the world. Something that we like to emphasize in our classes and presentations is that...
Maker Jawn at the Free Library of Philadelphia: Emerging Best Practices for Maker Programing in Libraries

Maker Jawn at the Free Library of Philadelphia: Emerging Best Practices for Maker Programing in Libraries

Today’s feature is part of a series written for the Library as Incubator Project by staff at the Free Library of Philadelphia. This series, Maker Jawn: Increasing Access to Creative Computing in Philly* focuses on the unique and innovative maker programs happening at that library. *The term “jawn” is a context-dependent substitute noun that originated in the...
Library Makers: a new project resource!

Library Makers: a new project resource!

This post was originally shared on the site on October 21, 2012. It’s been updated to include new content on the Library Makers website, including STEM/STEAM-driven project ideas! by Laura Damon-Moore You may remember way back in the spring when we hosted Madison Public Library children’s librarian Carissa Christner on the Library as Incubator Project....
Maker Jawn at the Free Library of Philadelphia: Developing a Maker Program

Maker Jawn at the Free Library of Philadelphia: Developing a Maker Program

Today’s feature is part of a series written for the Library as Incubator Project by staff at the Free Library of Philadelphia. This series, Maker Jawn: Increasing Access to Creative Computing in Philly* focuses on the unique and innovative maker programs happening at that library. *The term “jawn” is a context-dependent substitute noun that originated in...
Make It @ Your Library: a maker resource with librarians in mind

Make It @ Your Library: a maker resource with librarians in mind

by Katie Behrens I was so excited this summer at ALA 2013 to hear that Instructables, a maker-themed online database/website, was going to be “pairing up” with librarians to sift and winnow the best maker projects for libraries.  That project is now online for all to enjoy at Make It @ Your Library!  Make It...
Maker Jawn at Free Library of Philadelphia: Connected Messages

Maker Jawn at Free Library of Philadelphia: Connected Messages

Today’s feature is the first post in a new series that comes to us – and you – from the Free Library of Philadelphia. The series is called: Maker Jawn*: Increasing Access to Creative Computing in Philly *The term “jawn” is a context-dependent substitute noun that originated in the Philly hip hop scene. Jawn is...
Innisfil Public Library Resident Tinker

Innisfil Public Library Resident Tinker

When we heard that there was a library with a “resident tinker,” we knew we had to get in touch!  Read on to learn how Innisfil Public Library in Canada is bringing the creativity of the maker movement into the library space by hosting an Artist in Residence program. ~Erinn by Wendy Riccardi Alan J.Groombridge...
Art in the Library: Artists and Librarians, we make a great team

Art in the Library: Artists and Librarians, we make a great team

Earlier this year, a UK researcher named Laura Doggett got in touch.  She’s not only pioneering a series of arts programs at her home library in England, she’s also writing a dissertation about the phenomenon!  She’s sharing her experience at Woodley Library on the LAIP site as she conducts more in-depth research for the next...
Music Production with The Labs @ CLP and Hip Hip On L.O.C.K.

Music Production with The Labs @ CLP and Hip Hip On L.O.C.K.

We’re proud to continue our partnership with Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and to share a new post in our series on The Labs @ CLP, a digital literacy initiative that takes makerspaces to the next level by building embedded partnerships with arts and tech organizations in Pittsburgh. This week, Labs mentor Andre Costello returns to...
Art in the Library: We’re not an Art gallery, we’re a Library...and that’s a good thing

Art in the Library: We’re not an Art gallery, we’re a Library…and that’s a good thing

We were delighted when Laura Doggett got in touch recently– not only is she pioneering a series of arts programs at her home library in England, she’s also writing a dissertation about the phenomenon!  She will be sharing her experience at Woodley Library on the LAIP site as she conducts more in-depth research for the...