|Event Name:||Poster Session: Making Gone Virtual |
|Description:||This poster session will show you how to execute the Maker Mindset Method in creating programs via Zoom for makers of all ages and how to keep everyone engaged. Kits or no kits, desktop access or phone, we will address it all. From successful Family Makerspace Storytimes to 3D design/print glider races gone wild, complete access to what worked and what didn't. |
Presenter: Amy Zell, Digital Instructor, Goodwill Industries, Youngstown and former Teen and Patron Technologies Assistant at Hubbard Public Library.
Amy is a self proclaimed Maker after learning that she, too, has the wherewithal and resources to change the world through making. Amy Zell is using her Final Project through Kent State University 's M.L.I.S. program to take this opportunity to inspire and instill the same passion in librarians that the Pittsburgh Fab Institute instilled in her.
|Event Time:||10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Eastern|
|Location:||Online via Zoom|
|Contact Person:||Holly Klingler|
|Details:||Who Should Attend: Anyone interested in Makerspaces and virtual programs|
Competency: Emerging Technologies; Programming
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