Makerspaces in Wisconsin Libraries
As a resource for WiLS members, we are creating a compendium of makerspaces among our member libraries. The purpose is to help facilitate the sharing of valuable information as libraries plan for, create, and improve their maker spaces, programs, and outreach.

If you have a makerspace in your organization, large or small, please share your information below and contribute what you've learned to the community.

Our friends Josh Cowles at Fond du Lac Public Library and Brian Kopetsky at McMillan Public Library are forming a WLA Special Interest Group focused on makerspaces. If you'd like more information or to participate, visit

Your Library or Organization
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Your Contact Information
If you'd like to allow others to contact you with questions, please share your email address and/or phone number below.
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How long has your makerspace been available to users?
Is your makerspace in a dedicated space or is it in shared space (mobile or pop-up)?
Tell us about the types of materials or activities your makerspace offers.
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Tell us about the programming you offer, if any, that uses or complements your makerspace.
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Tell us about who typically uses your makerspace.
Examples might include kindergarteners, crafters, electrical engineering students, musicians, web designers, etc.
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Is your makerspace staffed?
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