One thing I have noticed over and over again while researching library MakerSpaces is the way the look and the feel of the library changes. Furniture is moved and areas are clearly designed to enhance the use of each of those spaces.
The James Clemens High School library serves a large population. Providing a space that could be noisy, active, and ideal for robots to roam the floor and air (Spider Drone) with minimal distraction to students using the computers, seeking a quiet study or reading area needed to be established. You can watch our MakerSpace grow throughout the school year HERE.
Be a part of making history at James Clemens High School and donate items to our MakerSpace. We need board games, card games, old electronic equipment (TVs, radios, VCRs, etc.), LEGOs, & MORE! See a list of needed MakerSpace items HERE.
Here is a slideshow of the results: