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Maker Spaces
UnProgramming: Passive Programming
World Book Night US

Maker Spaces

Maker Spaces Webinars and Resources Creating a Makerspace Culture: a free webinar hosted by University of Michigan School of Information professor Kristin Fontichiaro Library Maker Spaces Pinterest board: a Pinterest board with a variety of maker space ideas The Community Joins In: Library Maker Spaces: a Slideshare presentation by Justin Hoenke, Michelle Cooper, and Amy …

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UnProgramming: Passive Programming

Why Passive Programming? Passive programming offers the opportunity to reach more patrons while expending less librarian energy. If that’s not enough of a draw, passive programs can also end up being great library decorations. From programs as simple as “book bundles” to the more active programs described by Marge Loch-Wouters and Amy Koester, passive programming …

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World Book Night US

World Book Night This annual endeavor provides free books to give away. On April 23rd, World Book Night (WBN) promotes reading through a program geared toward book lovers and non-readers alike. Each year, the WBN group selects 30 to 35 titles and “members of the public apply to personally hand out 20 copies of a particular title …

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