Find out how libraries that have implemented maker activities support individuals and whole communities by providing access to (and promoting usage of) new technologies:
Examples, libraries and patrons stories:
In Skokie (Illinois, US) patrons can check-out digital cameras and video camcorders from the Digital Media Lab run by the Skokie Public Library:
In May 2014 the Chicago Public Library in partnership with Google Chicago launched new service: 500 hands-on computer programming Finch Robots were made available for check-out for registered users of the library.
Public demonstration of Google Glass at The Indianapolis Public Library held a public demonstration of Google Glass technology – two devices has been donated to the library by a local sport team.
The University of South Florida library is checking out drones for students who use them in their school projects.
The Chapel Hill Public Library circulates media equipment kits which contain digital cameras, audio recording kits and accessories