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Teen Tech Week Grant Winner: Jan E.V.W. Hanson, Longview Public LIbrary

Name & Name of Library: Jan E.V.W. Hanson, Youth Services Librarian, Longview Public Library Project Name: Raspberry Pi Camp Project De…

Started by Tiffany Williams

0 Mar 16

Teen Tech Week Grant Winner: Amy K. Marshall, Craig Public Library

Name & Name of Library: Amy K. Marshall at The Craig Public Library Project Name: New Dimensions in DYI -- Let’s Build a 3D Printer! Pr…

Started by Tiffany Williams

0 Mar 16

Teen Tech Week Grant Winner: Kristen Curé and LuCinda Gustavson, Springfield Public Library

Name & Name of Library: Kristen Curé and LuCinda Gustavson, Springfield Public Library, Springfield, Oregon Project Name: Raspberry Pi…

Started by Tiffany Williams

0 Mar 16

Teen Tech Week Grant Winner: Caroline Aversano, West Windsor Branch

Name & Name of Library: Caroline Aversano, West Windsor Branch, Mercer County (NJ) Library System Project Name: Exploring Arduino  Proj…

Started by Tiffany Williams

0 Mar 16

Teen Tech Week Grant Winner: Tor Loney, Albany Public Library

Name & Name of Library: Albany Public Library Project Name: Build-A-Song Project Description: Over the course of a week, we will assist…

Started by Tiffany Williams

0 Mar 16

Teen Tech Week Grant Winner: Katie Llera, Bound Brook High School Library

Name & Name of Library: Katie Llera Bound Brook High School LibraryProject Name: The StudiosProject Description: At Bound Brook High Sc…

Started by Tiffany Williams

0 Mar 14

Teen Tech Week Grant Winner: Kim Farnsworth, Madelyn Helling Library

Name & Name of Library: Kim Farnsworth, Madelyn Helling Library   Project Name: MakeyMakey Kits   Project Description: As part of a wee…

Started by Tiffany Williams

0 Mar 14

Advocacy & TTW

In what ways are people leveraging TTW as an opportunity to do some advocating for library services for/with teens?  Inviting an elected of…

Started by YALSA

4 Mar 10
Reply by Tiffany Williams

Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship, in addition to learning cool technology tools, is important to share with our teens.  Some of the award recipients are…

Started by Karen Lemmons

1 Mar 9
Reply by Karen Lemmons

Free webinars

 Are the webinars archived? and where? Thanks

Started by Coleen Stretten

3 Mar 6
Reply by Karen Lemmons

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Teen Tech Week Grant Winner: Jan E.V.W. Hanson, Longview Public LIbrary

Started by Tiffany Williams in Sample Title Mar 16. 0 Replies

Name & Name of Library: Jan E.V.W. Hanson, Youth Services Librarian, Longview Public LibraryProject Name: Raspberry Pi CampProject Description: Raspberry Pi Camp will introduce this credit…Continue

Teen Tech Week Grant Winner: Amy K. Marshall, Craig Public Library

Started by Tiffany Williams in Sample Title Mar 16. 0 Replies

Name & Name of Library: Amy K. Marshall at The Craig Public LibraryProject Name: New Dimensions in DYI -- Let’s Build a 3D Printer!Project Description: Starting Saturday, March 8th, teens from…Continue

Teen Tech Week Grant Winner: Kristen Curé and LuCinda Gustavson, Springfield Public Library

Started by Tiffany Williams in Sample Title Mar 16. 0 Replies

Name & Name of Library: Kristen Curé and LuCinda Gustavson, Springfield Public Library, Springfield, OregonProject Name: Raspberry Pi DayProject Description: Raspberry Pi Day will be a hands-on…Continue

Teen Tech Week Grant Winner: Caroline Aversano, West Windsor Branch

Started by Tiffany Williams in Sample Title Mar 16. 0 Replies

Name & Name of Library: Caroline Aversano, West Windsor Branch, Mercer County (NJ) Library SystemProject Name: Exploring Arduino Project Description: A beginner’s course in open source Arduino…Continue

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TTW Posts from YALSABlog

Self-Directed Programs: Scavenger Hunts

An amazing way to get your tweens and teens to know the “unfamiliar” bits of your library is to do self-directed scavenger hunts. You know that your “kids” tend to congregate to one particular area- whether it’s your teen space, a place with the most comfortable chairs or a low table for card gaming, or Read More →

Teen Tech Week: Self-Directed Contests

I am completely in love with self-directed contests. Also known as passive programming (which always leads my superiors to think that there is NO thought or work involved at all, which is not true), these self-directed contests get teens involved because they are: drawn into the library by the contest itself ask the staff questions Read More →

TTW: Start with What You’ve Got

Feel less than tech savvy? Concerned that you are not techie enough to pull off a Teen Tech week program? Well, don’t be! While it is fantastic to have the double bonus of offering coding or robotics during Teen Tech Week (March 9-15) the reality is that many of us do not have the skills, budgets, Read More →

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