Even when the physical Makerspace at King Library is closed, there are still plenty of options to be creative and get your mind working from home. Being a maker is not about expensive machinery or any particular tool or technology. It's a mindset. The maker mindset means looking at the world around you and believing that you can create amazing things, make new discoveries, and change things for the better.
This guide contains information and ideas for makerspace projects that you can work on at home with minimal materials. With this guide, you can find a fun project that can be completed with common household objects, explore options for digital maker projects, learn a new skill with online tutorials and videos, and also explore ways to use your maker skills to help others during the COVID-19 pandemic.