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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Tricia Kuon is a highly experienced and award-winning library media specialist, author and national presenter. She is known for her passion for Makerspaces, books, technology and most importantly, students! You will find her seminar packed with energy, inspiration and dozens of strategies you can immediately use in your own library program. She is the author of MAKERSPACES: Creating Motivating, Engaging Work Spaces for Your LIBRARY, the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at the seminar. You won't want to miss this exciting day filled with strategies to get you ready to implement Makerspaces in your own library that are timesaving and budget friendly!

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"I appreciate the manner in which Tricia presented the information - with humor and true excitement. The links, software and hardware recommendations and the hands-on activities are wonderful. I cannot wait to share this information with my school and faculty."
Shawn Weisser, Teacher-Librarian

"Tricia gave some very practical ideas on how and why to get started using Makerspaces. Very encouraging!"
Rhonda Meadows, Teacher

"This seminar was informative and just plain fun! Tricia is a very engaging presenter!"
Ann Ferruggia, SLMS

"So many ideas! I loved the hands-on setup where we got to experience maker activities. I'm leaving very inspired to conquer the Makerspace world."
Brooksie Kramer, Librarian

"Thank you for sharing your ideas and creating a warm environment for the day. The handbook will be a great resource as we continue on our Makerspace journey."
Tess Brooke, Kindergarten Teacher