Library Makerspace Survey
The Terryville Public Library has begun planning a Library Makerspace and we'd like your input.
What is a Makerspace? A Makerspace is a place where people with common creative interests (often in computers, technology, science, art or electronic art, crafts and sewing) can gather to work on projects while sharing ideas, equipment and knowledge.
Which of the following areas interest you? (Pick all that apply)
Computers (programming, hardware, software)
Craft Hobbies (home decor, paper crafts, jewelry crafts, miniatures, cosmetics)
Digital Arts (photography, imaging, film production, audio production)
Electrical (basic circuitry, soft circuits, robotics)
Gardening (indoor gardens, raised beds, community gardens)
Literary (writing workshops, storytelling, screenplay writing)
Mechanical (appliance repair, robotics)
Textile (sewing, quilting, knitting, clothing design)
Traditional Arts (sculpting, painting, sketching)
Wood Working (whittling, furniture, home maintenance, small projects)
What other technologies would you be interested in exploring at the library?
If lessons or training sessions were provided for any of these activities, which would you prefer? (Select one.)
How old are you? (Select one.)
Younger than 12
Older than 65
Do you have a skill or talent that would make you a good volunteer instructor or helper in the Makerspace?
If "Yes" to the question above, please provide your name and telephone number or e-mail address.
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