Friday, March 10, 2017
2:00 - 2:45 pm
Alger Hall, RIC
Panelists: Marianne Mirando, Westerly High School; Susan Murphy, Feinstein Middle School; Bevin Winner, Exeter-West Greenwich MIddle School
Find out how Makerculture is being implemented from the perspectives of these trailblazing colleagues. Whether you are in the planning stages with no budget, have a full program with the latest maker gadgets, or anything in between; you will come away from this session with new ideas and understandings about how and why you can engage in this trending movement.
This session is part of the School Librarians of Rhode Island Annual Conference and is free to any librarian who registers on OLIS. Librarians interested in attending the entire conference must register on the SLRI conference site and pay registration fee. The session is a also part of the Media Smart Libraries program which was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services Grant # LG-07-14-0045-14 and awarded to the URI Graduate School of Library and Information Studies. Attendance at this workshop could be applied to the Access & Use, Analyze & Evaluate, Create & Collaborate, Reflect, or Take Action digital badge.
Register on OLIS CE website.
Intended audience: Public Librarians, School Librarians