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What's in a maker kit?

Mindstorms2SCLS recently used LSTA and other funds to put together a variety of maker kits / labs that are loaned out to SCLS member libraries. We thought it might be useful to share the contents of the kits. Click on the link below for each kit type to see the contents and other information about the kits. There is a lot that goes into these kits and we have an awesome group of people who work together to make it all happens. Tasks include: selecting and ordering equipment, organizing documentation, finding containers, scheduling the kits and delivering the kits to libraries. Browse our Mobile Maker Kits page to see everything that goes into this process. One of my favorites is the instructions for packing the scanning kit.

Scanning Kit (purchased with LSTA grant funds)

Stop Motion Animation Kit (purchased with LSTA grant funds)

Lego Mindstorm Labs (purchased with an SCLS Foundation grant)

Mobile Printing Press (purchased with SCLS funds)

 

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