MakerSpaces in your Library Learning Commons Lisa Dempster ACL of Library, Learning Commons, and Digital Instruction and Learning (& STEM-Whisperer) Riverdale CI TDSB @LisaJDempster AboutMe Lisa.Dempster@tdsb.on.ca http://goo.gl/HqBa5e Feel free to comment! PS: for online visitors, the Speaker No...
Deb Schiano's insight:
Great Maker Spaced Presentation. Love that kids planned lib renovation w/3D printer!
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