Harness the creative energy of a new generation of desigers
Watch this "live stream" panel discussion about Makerspaces:
"The Maker Movement is revolutionizing how we think about innovation – in Makerspaces around the country, people are using advanced tools and technology to harness their creative energy and design the next great invention. And libraries are playing a vital role; many libraries have developed their own Makerspaces, providing tools and technology services including: 3D printers, 3D scanners, laser cutters, and digital advancement classes at little or no cost to their patrons."
- Mark Hatch, CEO of TechShop and Author of The Maker Movement Manifesto;
- Phyllis Klein, Co-Founder of D.C.'s FabLab;
- Nick Kerelchuk, Manager of DCPL's Digital Commons;
- John Rennie (moderator), Editorial Director of Science for McGraw-Hill Education