This blog is written by Innovator Gwyneth Jones, who offers a starter kit to aspiring maker space hosts through her site, The Daring Librarian.
Maker spaces, which have grown wildly popular in public libraries, are now appearing in academic libraries. This article focuses on maker spaces in university libraries.
This site explores a range of possibilities for creating a collaborative learning environment.
Open educational resources (OER) are a boon to maker activities, according to library media specialist Laura Fleming, who provides related tips and links to fun, cost-effective projects.
This is a blog from Duxbury Free Library in Massachusetts that shares the librarians' experiences of transitioning to using maker spaces.
This article by John Burke gives reasons for having maker spaces in academic libraries and helpful steps to create one.