Join Mover and Shaker Erica Freudenberger as she shares her experience of embracing community engagement to create a democratic, community-led organization and revitalize a library and community.
In this webinar, award-winning educator Mark Schreiber walks you through a step-by-step process for integrating making and maker projects throughout your library and classroom.
From programming to displays to makerspaces — tune in for a variety of ideas to help you engage your community without spending a fortune.
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Get in the zone! Browse the learning commons products that work best for collaboration, social learning and individual study.
Browse the latest library makerspace products that are a hit with both kids and adults.
Take a virtual tour of the Kenosha Public Library, where kids can climb on the furniture and are inspired to participate in collaborative projects.
Two years ago, educators at Mineral Point Middle and High Schools found it difficult to plan maker activities and find the supplies and tools required. After they got the TeacherGeek Maker Cart, their problems were solved and hands-on, project-based learning reached new heights throughout the school.
Engage your patrons with an October adult programming calendar full of fun activities, book and display suggestions, and celebrations, like National Cookie Month and National Fossil Day.
The October calendar features a variety of creative teen library program ideas, including craft projects, suggestions for book discussions, and fun celebrations, like National Popcorn Poppin’ Month and World Animal Day.