New Article: “Makerspaces: Surveying the Scene in Illinois”
Christina Stoll from the Arlington Heights Memorial Library (Arlington Heights is located Northwest of Chicago) has written a useful survey of what’s going on with makerspaces located in public throughout the Land of Lincoln.
The article appears in the April 2013 issues of the ILA Reporter published by the Illinois Library Association.
Direct to Full Text Article (6 pages; PDF)
See Also: Illinois: Fountaindale Public Library Will Open Digital Studio Next Month (February 14, 2013)
See Also: Illinois: The New Teen Place Opening at Schaumburg Township Library is LOADED with Tech Tools, Video Games, and 3D Printer (November 14, 2012)
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