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Maker Workshop
  Register by August 18 to receive your 25% early-bird discount!

Explore multiple technologies, digital making, STEAM, and web literacy programs, and get new ideas for how to spark engagement with users of all ages at School Library Journal’s fifth installment of the online Maker Workshop.

Over four weeks, you’ll engage with innovative peers and thought leaders from across the country via live video presentations and chats. You'll workshop practical ideas in groups, with guidance from an advisor, to build an actionable blueprint for a maker program that fits your budget and serves the very specialized needs of your community, whether you’re serving children, teens, or adults.

Plus, you’ll receive free access to SLJ’s Maker Hub when you register for the workshop. Launching in September, the Maker Hub will host more than 30 expert-led sessions from our past Maker Workshops. Click here to learn more.


Speakers Include

Dorothy Jones-Davis Executive Director, Nation
of Makers
Emilia Rogowska
Co-founder, Z-axis Factory
Justin Aglio
Director of Innovation,
Montour School District (PA)
Kerry Devitt
Tween Librarian, Arlington Heights Memorial Library (IL)
Lisa Brahms
Director of Learning & Research, Children's
Museum of Pittsburgh
(PA)
Matt Cook
Emerging Technologies Coordinator, Fred Jones Jr., Museum of Art, University
of Oklahoma
Melissa Ski
Director of Education, Fred Jones Jr., Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma
Nuha Nazy
Co-founder, Z-axis Factory
Reginald Burnette Jr.
Library Aide; President, the Original Scraper Bike Team, Oakland Public Library (CA)
 
Robert Pronovost
Educator, Makerspace Consultant, and Founder of EmpowerMINT, Redwood
City (CA)
Trixie Dantis
Teen Services Supervisor, Arlington Heights Memorial Library (IL)
 
     

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For more information please visit the Maker Workshop website
where you can view and download the agenda.

Register by midnight on Friday, August 18 to receive your 25% early-bird discount!

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