The Maker Movement @ Your Library

Date(s) - 12/10/2014
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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The Maker Movement is gaining a lot of momentum — what does that mean for libraries? Offering our communities the opportunity to create content in the library can create a new level of relevance for the library. The team behind Make it @ Your Library has partnered with Instructables.com to create a resource for library professionals to bring maker programming to your organization. Learn some of the ins and outs of makeitatyourlibrary.org, and discover ways to incorporate maker programs into your library’s line up.

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Amy Killebrew ~ Biography
Amy is the Amy Killebrew is the User Experience and Emerging Technologies Librarian at Columbia College Chicago. She develops and evaluates the library website, manages social media, and provides reference and instruction services.

Vicki Rakowski ~Biography
Vicki is the Head of Youth Services at La Grange Public Library in La Grange, IL. She specializes in programming and outreach for early childhood, and bringing hands on experiences and patron driven programming to patrons.


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