| December 1, 2011

A Makerspace Takes Over A Local Library

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  1. Posted December 4, 2011 at 7:31 pm | Permalink
     

    Didn't really think of the library as a boring place since I usually hang out there during my free time, but the Makerspace or Hackerspace made it all the more exciting for library-goers and those who don't. 

  2. Posted December 18, 2011 at 9:21 pm | Permalink
     

    This is a very interesting, thought provoking article. My girlfriend is actually a librarian/media clerk in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area. I will be forwarding this article to her. I am sure she will find it interesting as well as giving her ideas to do with her own library.  

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