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Learning by Making - Internet Librarian 2015 #ili2015

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Libraries are about knowledge creation. They must return to this core but have to make progress at the same time.

In my view connecting with maker culture, or better yet, be a vibrant part of it, is one of the ways to achieve this goal. Essentially makers and librarians are the same, except for the hands-on approach.

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Learning by Making - Internet Librarian 2015 #ili2015

  1. 1. Learning by Making Focusing on digital literacies Internet Librarian International London, October 20, 2015 Jeroen de Boer Project manager Innovation @ Bibliotheekservice Fryslân Chairman @ FabLab Benelux Foundation http://www.twitter.com/jtdeboer
  2. 2. http://www.ted.com/talks/larry_lessig_says_the_law_is_strangling_creativity
  3. 3. Cory Doctorow: “Damn right libraries shouldn’t be book- lined Internet cafes. They should be book- lined, computer-filled information-dojos where communities come together to teach each other black-belt information literacy, where initiates work alongside noviates to show them how to master the tools of the networked age from the bare metal up.” Photo Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/doctorow/3906188231/
  4. 4. Photo Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/36612355@N08/4274082557 Neelie Kroes: “If you’re not able to code, you’re missing out on a lot of advantages.”
  5. 5. Learning The natural, unstoppable process of acquiring knowledge. It only partly takes place at school, because we do it everywhere, anytime by reading, writing, talking, tinkering and playing with the world around us. We solve problems, ask questions and occasionally mess things up. Freedom The right of access, remix, copy and share and build on the existing to generate new ideas. The Internet does not function without the ability to look under the hood and learn from the errors. The Web A set of building blocks that anyone can use to invent, build, connect and adapt to the digital world. Just like Lego these are blocks that can be formed in order to be able to meet a person's image. This system has helped us to create wealth, beauty and social connections on a scale that was unimaginable 25 years ago. Learning, Freedom and the Web (2010) http://learningfreedomandtheweb.org/
  6. 6. The Public Library as a Community Hub for Connected Learning (2014) Åke Nygren A brief overview of the ideas and principles underlying the connected learning movement, highlighting examples of how libraries are boosting 21st century learning and promoting community development by partnering with a range of organizations and individuals to incorporate connected opportunities into their programs. Learning by doing is the motto. And what about the library? The Public Library as a Community Hub for Connected Learning (2014) http://library.ifla.org/1014/1/167-nygren-en.pdf
  7. 7. https://teach.mozilla.org/tools/
  8. 8. Mobile library FabLab
  9. 9. MediaLiteracyMakers! * http://www.mediawijzer.net/wp-content/uploads/Mediawijsheid-in-het-vo-en-mbo-oktober-2014.pdf + + + Learning by doing as solution for the fact that teachers in secondary education are most struggling to teach students how media is created*
  10. 10. Fab the Library! Modular package to help library organizations to set up a FabLab or makerspace
  11. 11. MakerTour2015
  12. 12. www.rijksbegroting.nl/2015/kamerstukken,2014/11/10/kst201804.html
  13. 13. http://platformmakereducation.nl/
  14. 14. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781442252998/Makerspaces-in-Libraries#
  15. 15. Do it! Jeroen de Boer Project manager Innovation @ Bibliotheekservice Fryslân Chairman @ FabLab Benelux Foundation http://www.twitter.com/jtdeboer

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