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View Resource Maker Spaces: Small Space, Low Budget, High Quality

Maker spaces are a hot new service in libraries around the country. Many libraries offer maker spaces that are elaborate and expensive in large spaces. If you have a small space and a limited budget you can still offer your customers a high quality maker space. This class will examine the maker space concept and policies that address the use and function of a maker space. Plenty of examples of...

http://www.statelibraryofiowa.org/ld/c-d/continuing-ed/conte...
View Resource Impact Survey of library patrons and technology use

This webinar is an informational overview with Samantha Becker, introducing the Impact Survey, an online survey tool designed specifically for public libraries that want to better understand their communities and how people use their public technology resources and services.

http://kslib.info/calendar.aspx?eid=82
View Resource Ready, Set, Kindergarten

Rachel Payne of the Brooklyn Public Library describes the way they have taken the concepts of Every Child Ready to Read 2 and applied them to a program for preschoolers and their parents that is a combination of storytime and parent workshop.

https://vimeo.com/105991865
View Resource Minecraft in Your Library

Minecraft is a wildly popular game finding a home in libraries and classrooms across the country. Presenters from Scott, Woodford, and Madison counties covered the basics Minecraft, and talked about how to start engaging your younger patrons through Minecraft programs. This session is recommended for anyone working with teens, tweens, and children.

http://kdla.adobeconnect.com/p6xy4ruk3vs/
View Resource Read, Play, Grow

Rachel Payne, Brooklyn Public Library, discusses the importance of play in the development of young children, and describes programs and activities that promote interactive play with caregivers, infants and toddlers.

https://vimeo.com/105371094

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