If you’re trying to keep up with the Maker Movement, have a look at this article that summarizes sessions at this year’s ISTE workshops.  The takeaways include problem solving, small budget solutions, mobile makerspaces, as well as a list of maker/educators who blog and tweet on the subject.

It’s always reassuring to know that you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on a 3-D printer to implement a makerspace in a school library.  The link to the article is given below as well as a video of one of the sessions.

ISTE 2015 Tips for a Library Makerspace