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Making Maker Space Programming for Librarians Online Workshop

Making Maker Space Programming (Approved for 12 LEUs)

Learn ideas for creating a Maker Space no matter if your space is as
small as a table or as large as an auditorium. Safety, STEAM
Programming, and Funding are just a few of the topics that will be
included in this 4 week online class.

Join other librarians and staff in this popular 4 week online class.
Access at your convenience 24/7. Interact with other librarians and
instructor. Illustrated lecture, forum, and video.

Sign up and more information at

$59 Fee Through Pay Pal Secure Site or Library Invoice Requests Accepted


Instructor Valerie Colston, M.A. is an author and art professor with many years of experience developing and teaching art programs in libraries in San Diego, California. She has also successfully taught librarians from libraries across the U.S. and other countries in her online Art and Crafts for Youth Librarians workshops. Ms. Colston, the facilitator of the workshop was an art consultant to the Wyland Foundation Ocean Challenge program for elementary teachers. Her book 200 Projects to Strengthen Your Art Skills published by Barrons Educational Series has received outstanding reviews appearing in School Library Journal, National Art Education Association newsletter, and more. Her It's Easy to be a Green Teen appeared in the youth librarian publication Voices of Youth Advocates magazine. She recently received a recommended review from Teacher Librarians magazine for her Teens Go Green! Tips, Techniques, Tools, and Themes for Young Adult Programming published by Libraries Unlimited 2011 .


The workshop is offered completely online and takes 12 hours to complete.

The enrollment fee is $59.00

The online class is 4 weeks in length, online, and 12 hours overall.

Approved for 12 LEU units for Indiana Librarians

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