du 26 mars au 9 avril à la Médiathèque Etienne Caux
9ème édition de « Croisements numériques »
Impulsée par l'Ecole municipale d'Arts plastiques, cette nouvelle édition associe diverses structures nazairiennes et nantaises et questionne les pratiques liées aux technologies du numérique dans leur diversité.
Community ‘makerspaces’ give access to cutting-edge tools.
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According to Marcia Warner, past president of the Public Library Association, a division of the American Library Association. “Libraries have always been about books, information and an educated citizenry,” she said. “It seems like a natural progression to move into an area of facilitating information and material creation.”
« On s’est vite rendu compte dans l’élaboration du Fab Lab que sa mission était très similaire dans son essence avec celle des bibliothèques : proposer un lieu accessible, gratuit et ouvert à la communauté afin de favoriser la transmission d’informations et des opportunités d’apprentissage », affirme Leah Kraus de la bibliothèque. « Actuellement, notre rôle est de créer des connexions entre les gens qui ont des connaissances et les gens qui veulent apprendre ».
addthis_pub = 'ALAMarketing'; 128 pages 6" x 9"SoftcoverISBN-13: 978-1-55570-990-7Year Published: 2014AP Categories: A, B, C, D, I, J, X, XE, Z Spaces that have been designed to allow users to create, build, and learn new projects and technologies, makerspaces employ a variety of tools such as 3-D printers, AutoCAD design software, and even open-source hardware like Arduino Kits. Developing a community around shared use of space and equipment, a tenet of the makerspace movement, fits squarely into libraries’ mission. Bagley examines nine makerspaces in public, academic, and school libraries, describing their design and technical decisions in depth and showing how each is doing something unique and different, under a wide range of budgets and project offerings. Enabling readers to quickly gather information about these trailblazing projects, Bagley’s guide Defines the makerspace, and describes why it fits perfectly into the library’s role as community centerAnswers common questions about implementing a makerspace project, detailing how libraries are addressing issues such as registration, usage policy, noise, software programs in digital workspaces, adapting spaces, funding, and promotionIllustrates approaches libraries are taking to staffing makerspaces, from Anchorage Public Library’s Maker in Residence and Mesa Public Library's THINKspot coordinator, to the library school students involved with University of Michigan and University of Illinois makerspace projectsCovers the demographics of makerspace users, from children and teens to hobbyists and job seekers, offering guidance for targeting, marketing, and programming A sourcebook of ideas that readers can apply at their own institutions, this resource also demonstrates how makerspaces can be gathering places for people to learn how to create and build together as a community.Table of Contents IntroductionAbout Makerspaces: Concerns and ConsiderationsLibrary Makerspace ProfilesAnchorage Public Library Brooklyn Public Library Carnegie Public Library Cleveland Public Library Georgia Tech University Mesa Public Library Michigan Makers Group Urbana Free Library Valdosta State University ConclusionAppendixes A: Resources B: Makerspaces for Libraries Survey IndexAbout the AuthorsCaitlin A. Bagley is an instruction librarian at Gonzaga University in Spokane. Her research has focused on shifting library technologies and most recently on using infographics in instruction. She has authored several articles on cloud computing and infographics. She is a 2013 ACRL Immersion Teaching with Technology graduate. Bagley earned her master’s degree in library science at Indiana University.The Library and Information Technology Association (LITA), a division of ALA, educates, serves and reaches out to its members, other ALA members and divisions, and the entire library and information community through its publications, programs and other activities designed to promote, develop, and aid in the implementation of library and information technology.
Les 12 et 13 décembre derniers, avait lieu au Cybercentre ERN de Chemillé, une formation à destination d’animateurs jeunesse du Maine-et-Loire, formation s’inscrivant dans le cadre d’un cycle "éducation au numérique" proposé dans le programme de formation 2013 de la DDCS aux acteurs du champ associatif.
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Atelier stickers à la BmL pour "Une Fabrique de l'Innovation". Au menu: conception de robots, et réalisation en stickers vinyle! Vous pouvez les voir à l'entrée de l'espace jeunesse de la BmL. avec la fabrique d'objets libres
Since late 2011, when the Fayetteville Public Library received widespread media attention for its hackerspace, 3D printers slowly began appearing in libraries around the world, particularly in the United States.
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