Maker[Space]Ship is San José Public Library’s #Makerspace on Wheels @sanjoselibrary
The San José Public Library have been conducting pop-up makerspace events for a while now – and beginning later this week residents of the Capital of Silicon Valley may see their Maker[Space]Ship driving around their fair city. Amazing – this mobile makerspace looks fantastic:
Photo from Parker Thomas’s Facebook profile, who project managed this initiative.
The San José Public Library’s Maker[Space]Ship is a custom built, state-of-the-art mobile makerspace. This one-of-a-kind lab will provide hands-on programming, which will empower people through making and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) learning.
Keep a close watch on this page as Library Mission Control updates the launch status of Maker[Space]Ship with more information in the months ahead.
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