If your library doesn’t already offer a makerspace, it will probably will in the next few years. Even without such a dedicated space, you can organize a maker event for your community members.
What’s your reaction when you read a new article that questions whether educational technology really has any value for learning? Here’s how I reacted to a essay in the Chronicle of Higher Education that claimed that technology was never going to fix what’s wrong with education.
It never hurts to know more about the types of technology tools and products that are familiar to our user communities. Not only can it inform us about resources that could be potentially helpful to us in our work as blended librarians, but it tells us a bit about our users’ preferences for educational technology or other web-based productivity tools.