Libraries and makerspaces/FabLabs (FabLabCon 2013)

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Presentation about the increasing collaboration between libraries and makerspaces/FabLabs. Special focus on a project we do in The Netherlands: FryskLab, a mobile library FabLab with a special focus on children & youngsters.

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  • 1."If you Googled Maker Space plus Library 18 months ago, you might have found two hits, but now you'll find it all over the Internet" (Maxine Bleiweis, Westport Public Library)

2. Hacker Values Library Values Nicholas Schiller: http://acrl.ala.org/techconnect/?p=2282 3. Library Bill of Rights access freedom advocacy inquiry openness 4. Hacker ethic sharing openness collaboration hands-on-imperative 5. Well see that at least in terms of access to information, public openness, freedom, sharing, and collaboration libraries and hackers are on the same page. There are many things that hackers and libraries can do together that further these shared values and goals. Nicholas Schiller: 6. Acces to information Libraries: access to books and digital/online content Hackers: sharing of projects and related data 7. Advocacy Libraries: medialiteracy (privacy, copyright etc.) Hackers: afiliated with digital rights groups like the EFF etc. 8. Collaboration Community! Libraries and FabLabs need the 9. Library Hacking LibraryBox: rendition of PirateBox http://jasongriey.net/librarybox/ Wifi accesspoint giving access to a digital library with copyrightfree content. 10. Library Hacking Twitter Tree (Twitterboom) Christmas tree with LED-lights controlled by public tweets containing #twitterboom + desired colour and Christmas wishes. http://frack.nl/wiki/Twitterboom https://tweakers.net/nieuws/78907/hackerspace-laat-verlichting-kerstboom-bedienen-via-twitter.html 11. Library as Platform David Lankes: The Mission Of Librarians Is To Improve Society Through Facilitating Knowledge Creation In Their Communities A Platform For Community Learning And Innovation Library as Platform David Lankes: The Mission Of Librarians Is To Improve Society Through Facilitating Knowledge Creation In Their Communities A Platform For Community Learning And Innovation 12. Library as Platform Not Institutional Repositories, Networked Repositories Role of Librarian: Acquisition to Curation Collection Development Becomes Connection Development Size Doesnt Matter Rural Libraries Well Positioned Some implications: 13. Library as Patform Stop lending, start sharing! 14. Mobile library FabLab Initiated by Bibliotheekservice Frysln 15. Why? 16. How? 17. With whom? 18. Target Groups? 19. Why FabLab? Why FabLab? 20. Jeroen de Boer @jtdeboer http://www.frysklab.nl