Koh, K., Hickey, K. (Under Revision). Sense-Making through learning by making: A case study of a school library Makerspace.

Green, M., Young, T., & Koh, K. (2016, April). STEAM and Teen Empowerment in Libraries: Insights from Anythink. 2016 Annual Conference of the Oklahoma Library Association. PDF

Koh, K. (2015, August). Are They Really Learning? A Case Study of a School Library Makerspace. Research summary report. ResearchSummary_Irving2014a

Hickey, K., Klee, S., & Koh, K. (2015, June). 3D printers in library learning spaces. 2015 American Library Association Annual Conference. PDF

Klee, S., Hickey, K., & Koh, K. (2015, May). Learning Labs and Makerspaces in Communities: Implementing a meteorology Learning Lab in Oklahoma. 2015 Annual Conference of the Oklahoma Library Association. PDF

Koh, K., & Hickey, K. (2015, Jan). 2014 Meteorology Makers Club Fair. UpNext Blog: Institute for Museum and Library Services. Available at’-club-fair

Hickey, K., & Koh, K. (2015, Jan). Creating a Meteorology Maker Space. Hack Library School Blog. Available at

Publications Relevant to the Project

Koh, K., Abbas, J. (2016). Competencies needed to provide teen library services of the future: Survey of professionals in Learning Labs and Makerspaces. Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults. 7(2). Available at

Koh, K. & Abbas, J. (2015). Competencies for Information Professionals in Learning Labs andMakerspaces. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 56(2). doi:10.12783/issn.2328-2967/56/2/3. Available at

Abbas, J., Koh, K. (2015). Future of Library Services Supporting Teen Learning: Perceptions of Professionals in Learning Labs. Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults. 6. Available at

Koh, K. & Abbas, J. (2014). Research summary: Competencies for Professionals in Learning Labs and Makerspaces. Available at

Koh, K. (2013). Adolescents’ information-creating behavior embedded in digital media practice using Scratch. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 64(9), 1826-1841. doi:10.1002/asi.22878

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