Upcoming Awesome Stuff, Webinars and Hands-on Makerspace Learning!

I’m pretty excited about the next couple of weeks.

Next week I’ll be leading part of a “Getting Started with Robotics” webinar presented by School Library Journal and ISTE.  It is totally free to join and I’m excited to share how we use robots in my library, but I’m also excited to learn from Sharon Thompson from Dream Workshop and fellow educator, Mark Gura.

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Free webinar hosted by SLJ and ISTE!

If you are in Texas, you’ll have a couple of chances to see me the first week of February.

I’m leading hands-on makerspace learning for educators in Leander ISD on Feb 1st.  Check social media often on Monday, Feb 1st if you want a glimpse into their learning!

Then on Wednesday at TCEA at 8:00, the #superlibrarianhubs and I will be presenting ideas on utilizing Makey Makey in the Classroom.  Bring a laptop and get ready to program some marshmallows and bananas.

During Library Academy at TCEA, Aaron and I have been asked to hold a makerspace for our favorite people, LIBRARIANS! So if you are in Texas and at TCEA, please come by and make something with us during Library Academy! Here’s the schedule below:

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After TCEA, I’ll be buckling down and working on making and writing until ISTE this summer and a hosting a Super Happy Maker Fun Hour for Colorado State University in May!  In case you haven’t heard of it, Super Happy Maker Fun Hour is a great and FREE resource to learn more about making in the library!  Today was the first session and it was great! Join every month to learn more about makerspace and get great info from other librarians!








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