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Pecha Kucha talk for the FabLabCon 2013 in Aachen.

Pecha Kucha talk for the FabLabCon 2013 in Aachen.

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  • 1. Makerspaces     (and  libraries)  
  • 2. Noord-­‐Brabant   •  60  Munipali3es   •  20  Library  Organisa3ons   •  100  loca3ons   •  1  Network   •  9  Projects   •  Makerspaces    
  • 3. Our  3  year  mission  is;   •  To  explore  new  library   concepts  and  library  services.     •  To  seek  out  new  partners  and   engage  new  communi3es.   •  And  to  just  boldly  experiment.  
  • 4. ?!????!?!???!??!??!?!??!? ????!?!?!??!?!??!?!!?! ?!?!!?!?????????!?!  
  • 5. “A  fysical  loca,on  in  which  people   with  a  shared  interest  (mostly  but   nog  exclusively  technology  or   science  related)  can  gather,  meet,   socialise,  learn,  teach  and  create   and  share  knowledge”  
  • 6. A  library  as  a  makerspace  should:   •  Facilitate  room  and  equipment   •  Support  the  produc3on  of   informa3on,  knowledge,  services   and  products   •  For  the  people  and  by  the  people   •  Local  ini3a3ves   •  Supports  personal  and   professional  development  
  • 7.                        “The  mission  of  librarians  is   to  improve  society  through   facilita,ng  knowledge  crea,on  in   their  communi,es”                                                                          (Lankes,  2012)  
  • 8.                        “A  library  without  a   collec,on  is  a  communitycentre,  a   place  for  debate,  seats2meet,   Fablab  or  café:  Everything,  but  no   library”                                                                                                                (Bruynzeels,  2013)  
  • 9. But  there  are  challanges   •  Budget  cuts   •  No  priority   •  No  Makers  mantality  
  • 10. We  want  to  make  the  library  a   fabulous  place!     How  do  you  see  the  future  of  the   makers  library?