Core Maker Technology Interest Group

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  • Not attending ALA this year? No problem! Join Core's Maker Technology Interest Group for a free virtual discussion on Tuesday, June 21 at 1pm central time. This meeting ...

  • Call for submissions: The editor of the Technology column in Public Services Quarterly is seeking guest column authors for future issues. The purpose of the Technology column ...

  • Are you a current or prospective member of Core's Technology Section? If so, come to the Core Technology Section Virtual Spring Event on Friday, May 6, 2022, from 1-2 p.m. CDT. ...

  • Join us this Wednesday, April 27th, at 1 p.m. EST for a Nation of Makers Libraries Working Group Discussion: Programming! For this session, bring your program ideas to share. ...

  • In case you missed it! View a recording of our recent virtual makerspace tour with Nancy Aycock from MetaSpace 511 at the Mukwonago Community Library and Maria Feik from the ...

  • Hello Maker Tech Folks,  Don't forget to take the 2021 Survey of Makerspaces! This important survey helps Nation of Makers support and advocate for makerspaces at a national ...

  • Join us March 30th, 4 p.m. EST for a virtual book launch event!  Innovation and Experiential Learning in Academic Libraries is a collection of diverse, multidisciplinary and ...

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Purpose: Explores technologies located within makerspaces, content creation spaces, and the management of such areas. These technologies include 3D printers, computational textiles, light boxes, recording studies, laser cutters, video equipment, and more.

This group is part of Core's Technology Section.