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Urban Librarian's Conference by Urban Librarians Unite. Brooklyn, NY. April 5th, 2013.

Urban Librarian's Conference by Urban Librarians Unite. Brooklyn, NY. April 5th, 2013.

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  • 1. Hyperspace Engage:Learning to Make theFuture at Your Library
  • 2. Agenda! Theory Workshops Resources  Cake!
  • 3. Theory of MakingEvidence based learning (Look what I made!)Requires research and readingInspires creative thinking and inventionPromotes teamworkBuilds confidence
  • 4. PhilosophyHackerspaces are kind of dangerous and usually in a warehouse on the edge of town. Eeeep!Libraries are centrally located, trusted community institutions.We can offer kids and young adults innovative making/learning opportunitiesBe excited to go to work, and see what is made!
  • 5. HYPE Makerspace Inside of HYPE Teen Center Main Library Serves ages 13-18 4,000 Sq. Ft.
  • 6. Before HYPE MakerspaceHandmade DetroitSewingPapercraftJewelry
  • 7. Maker Faire Detroit Started in 2010 Met cool people! Partnerships which led to Makerspace Host maker events At your library!
  • 8. Maker Faire Detroit 2012
  • 9. New York Maker FaireSeptember 21 & 22, 2013Be an ExhibitorMeet cool people!Form community partnerships
  • 10. Community Partnerships
  • 11. MakerspaceConsiderationsBuy big equipment right away or wait? (3D printers, laser cutters, etc)Learn from existing makerspacesExpert instructors lead to successStarting small is not a bad thing
  • 12. Good ResourcesMakeZine.com ifixit.comMakerEd.com Instructables.comAdafruit.com Hackerspaces.orgThingiverse.com Makerspace.com
  • 13. Bike Tech Learn bicycle repair & maintenance Experienced bike shop instructor Teens can bring own bikes in!
  • 14. Crafternoon Papercraft Cross-Stitch Knitting
  • 15. Graphic Design Theory of design Wood block printing Silk screen printing Digital vinyl cutter
  • 16. Sewing/Wearables Designing Sewing Repairs Fabulousness!
  • 17. Electronics/Robotics Soldering Amplifiers Arduino Robot army!
  • 18. 3D Printing  Download free models  Build your own with free software  Various plastics, including corn based  Field is just getting started
  • 19. HYPE MakerspaceWorkshops8 to 12 week session of workshops5 workshops per weekEach workshops is 2 hoursTeens able to work on projects outside of workshops
  • 20. HYPE MakerspaceTeamDPL staff were Conductors (Managers)Outside instructors paid $25/hr ($50 per workshop)Teen assistant instructors paid $8/hr ($16 per workshop)
  • 21. Criticisms!Is this safe?Is this a “Core Library Service?”Won’t this take money away from the collection/programs?Does this belong in the Library?!?!?!
  • 22. Future3D Printer Plastic RecyclingTraveling Makerspace KitsPower Wheels Racing Circuit!More Fun!
  • 23. Let’s Be Friends!Steve Teeri@telephasesteve.teeri@gmail.com313-258-0920http://www.detroitpubliclibrary.org/hype
  • 24. Questions?