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The Art of the Possible: Makerspaces and Academic Libraries 可能性的艺术:创客空间和高校图书馆

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Keynote address at the Information Technology in Education itie 2016 conference held in Wuhan, China:
On the surface, makerspace and academic libraries might seem an incongruous match. The ever-changing, and seemingly chaotic environment of makerspace contrasts starkly with the stereotype of the quiet and reserved academic library. Sharing lessons learned while transforming an underutilized branch library into a vibrant hub of collaborative and problem-based learning, Colegrove explores emergent roles of makerspaces in university libraries, effecting learning, teaching, and serving the general community. Rather than an artifact of a bygone era, specific examples drawn from the DeLaMare Library at the University of Nevada, Reno, demonstrate that libraries today can offer a powerful platform of transformation that crosses disciplinary and organizational boundaries. Equipped with non-traditional technology such as 3D printers and laser cutters, and staffed with personnel skilled at catalyzing active learning and engagement, discovery, innovation, and collaboration become everyday occurrences across the physical commons of the library. A depth of learning occurs in parallel with classroom instruction as the adjunct spaces and resources of the library become intertwined with the classroom, amplifying the efforts of both. Discover how learning and discovery lead naturally to outreach, innovation, and entrepreneurship in this motivational exploration of practice in a 21st-century university library.

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The Art of the Possible: Makerspaces and Academic Libraries 可能性的艺术:创客空间和高校图书馆

  1. 1. The Art of the Possible: Makerspaces and Academic Libraries 可能性的艺术:创客空间和高校图书馆 Patrick “Tod” Colegrove, Ph.D., MSLIS 派特里克 “托德”·科尔格罗夫,博士,图书情报学硕士 November 24, 2016 2016年11月24日内华达州州立大学里诺分校
  2. 2. • scientist - physics • 科学家-天体物理学 Patrick “Tod” Colegrove, Ph.D., MSLIS 派特里克 “托徳”科尔格罗夫,博士,图书情报专业硕士
  3. 3. • scientist - physics • 科学家-天体物理学 • turned entrepreneur/businessman - 15y as senior management, high-tech private industry • 转型企业家、商人-15年高科技私营企业高层管理 Patrick “Tod” Colegrove, Ph.D., MSLIS 派特里克 “托徳”科尔格罗夫,博士,图书情报专业硕士
  4. 4. • scientist - physics • 科学家-天体物理学 • turned entrepreneur/businessman - 15y as senior management, high-tech private industry • 转型企业家、商人-15年高科技私营企业高层管理 • tenured professor and Head of DeLaMare, University of Nevada, Reno • 内华达州立大学里诺分校终身教授,德拉马图书馆馆长 Patrick “Tod” Colegrove, Ph.D., MSLIS 派特里克 “托徳”科尔格罗夫,博士,图书情报专业硕士
  5. 5. • scientist - physics • 科学家-天体物理学 • turned entrepreneur/businessman - 15y as senior management, high-tech private industry • 转型企业家、商人-15年高科技私营企业高层管理 • tenured professor and Head of DeLaMare, University of Nevada, Reno • 内华达州立大学里诺分校终身教授,德拉马图书馆馆长 Catalyst. Change Agent. Librarian. 催化变革者.图书馆管理者 Patrick “Tod” Colegrove, Ph.D., MSLIS 派特里克 “托徳”科尔格罗夫,博士,图书情报专业硕士
  6. 6. • bootstrapping engagement. • 自主引导大众参与 • fully engaged and participatory librarianship. • 全身心投入图书馆业务 • rapid prototyping support. active learning. • 快速原型支持,自主学习 Patrick “Tod” Colegrove, Ph.D., MSLIS 派特里克 “托徳”科尔格罗夫,图书情报专业硕士,博士 Catalyst. Change Agent. Librarian. 催化变革者.图书馆管理者
  7. 7. Image credit: falconproducts.com blog, Active Learning Infographic 自主学习&学生表现 人们会记住 通过 读到的10%的内容 听到的20%的内容 看到的30%的内容 看到和听到的 50%的内容 说出和写出的 70%的内容 做过的 90%的 内容 阅读 看图片 上课 观看电影和 演示 演讲和小组 讨论 练习和实践
  8. 8. Image credit: falconproducts.com blog, Active Learning Infographic 自主学习&学生表现 人们会记住 通过 读到的10%的内容 听到的20%的内容 看到的30%的内容 看到和听到的 50%的内容 说出和写出的 70%的内容 做过的 90%的 内容 阅读 看图片 上课 观看电影和 演示 演讲和小组 讨论 练习和实践
  9. 9. 2010:
  10. 10. Image Provided by: Nick Crowl
  11. 11. In 2014 the library was named to: 2014年图书馆被评为:美国最有趣的创客空间
  12. 12. Photo by Tod Colegrove: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/
  13. 13. Makerspace playbook. Retrieved November 2014 from http://makered.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Makerspace-Playbook-Feb-2013.pdf
  14. 14. 内华达州立大学图书馆为大众开放3D打印服务
  15. 15. 3D printing Photos by Nick Crowl: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/ 3D打印
  16. 16. Anthropology 5% Art 11% Biochemistry 11% Biomedical Engineering 8% Ag, Biotech, Natural Resources 2%Chemistry 3%Business 3% Economics 3% Electrical Engineering 5% Mechanical Engineering 46% Natural Resources & Environmental Science 3% 3D打印机用途 自然资源& 环境科学3% 人类学5% 艺术 11% 生物化学 11% 电子工程 5% 生物医学工程 8%机械工程46% 商务3% 金融3% 化学 3% 农业生物 科技,自 然资源 2%
  17. 17. Image Provided by: Nick Crowl
  18. 18. Image credit: wikipedia commons. Retrieved 10/16 from https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/3a/Norman_Cousins.jpg
  19. 19. 防水 可72小时在10英 尺(3米深)的咸水中 两个高端按压锁,可按 压插入微SD卡卡槽 5G/第二控制器 4T读写速度 高强度 红外线LED灯 发热&静电隔离/传递 耐用型增强USB 3.0插口
  20. 20. 听,记录&将心肺声测与可视分析传 送到你的手机上
  21. 21. 通用电缆导引管 灵活 持久 易安装
  22. 22. THANK YOU. 谢谢大家 Patrick “Tod” Colegrove, Ph.D., MSLIS 派特里克 “托德”·科尔格罗夫,博士, 图书情报学硕士 University of Nevada, Reno United States of America 美国内华达州立大学里诺校区 Email: pcolegrove@unr.edu Academia.edu: nevada-reno.academia.edu/TodColegrove SlideShare: www.slideshare.net/pcolegrove

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