Posts tagged "Tech"
The Labs @ CLP | Introducing the Labsy Awards

The Labs @ CLP | Introducing the Labsy Awards

We’re proud to continue our partnership with Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and to share a new post in our series on The Labs @ CLP. This week, Digital Learning Librarian and Labs manager Corey Wittig shares the fun of celebrating teens’ achievements as they create in the Labs. Enjoy! ~Erinn by Corey Wittig The 3rd...
The Labs @ CLP | New Positions, New Spaces

The Labs @ CLP | New Positions, New Spaces

We’re proud to continue our partnership with Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and to share a new post in our series on The Labs @ CLP, a digital literacy initiative that takes makerspaces to the next level by building embedded partnerships with arts and tech organizations in Pittsburgh. This week, Labs mentor Andre Costello returns to...
Mobile Makerspace at Arrowhead Library System

Mobile Makerspace at Arrowhead Library System

by Laura Damon-Moore With our Continuing Education course for UW-Madison SLIS on makerspaces just finishing up, I have maker “stuff” on the brain. Today I thought I’d share a resource recently acquired by my small library system located in south central Wisconsin. This year Arrowhead Library System used the LSTA technology block to fund equipment that makes...
Chattanooga Public Library to pilot three Mozilla-funded community education projects

Chattanooga Public Library to pilot three Mozilla-funded community education projects

Today we welcome back Mary Barnett from Chattanooga Public Library to the site to talk about several truly awesome projects that are just getting started at the library and in the Chattanooga community this summer. Consider this a kick-off post to a fantastic ongoing series on the variety of innovative incubating programs Chattanooga PL has...
The Labs on Location

The Labs on Location

We’re proud to continue our partnership with Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and to share a new post in our series on The Labs @ CLP, a digital literacy initiative that takes makerspaces to the next level by building embedded partnerships with arts and tech organizations in Pittsburgh. This week’s post is co-authored by Corey Wittig (Digital...
Teen Tech Time at at Brooklyn Public Library’s Information Commons

Teen Tech Time at at Brooklyn Public Library’s Information Commons

Supervising Librarian Melissa Morrone, returns the site to share an update on the multifunctional community Info Commons at Brooklyn Public Library.  Read on to learn more about how they’re using the Info Commons resources to connect teens with creative projects that teach technology skills during Teen Tech Time. And don’t miss the other exciting posts in our series on...
On the 4th Floor: Tim Hinck at Chattanooga Public Library

On the 4th Floor: Tim Hinck at Chattanooga Public Library

This year we’re kicking off a new series focused on the creativity incubator that is Chattanooga Public Library’s 4th Floor. Strategic local partnerships + access to technology and workspace + an open mind has made the library, in the words of artist and library user Tim Hinck, “a hotbed of innovation and creation.” Increasingly, the...
Featuring: Alise Anderson and the Green Branch Library

Featuring: Alise Anderson and the Green Branch Library

by Holly Storck-Post On her website, Alise Anderson describes herself in part as a “filmmaker, choreographer, maker.” Alise has studied modern dance and has a certificate in directing and producing from Berkeley Film Institute. She has had films in national film festivals, and won a number of awards. I’ve admired Alise’s films for years, and when...
Dreams, Nightmares & the Day the Hard Drive Died: Provincetown Public Press Goes Live

Dreams, Nightmares & the Day the Hard Drive Died: Provincetown Public Press Goes Live

We can’t get enough of innovative ways to support and collect community-created content, and Provincetown Public Library is a fantastic example– their new e-publishing venture, Provincetown Public Press launched this year, and we’re chronicling the process here on the website.    If you’re just tuning in, don’t miss the other posts in our Provincetown Public Press series! Enjoy. ~Erinn...
Resources for the Everyday Designer at Brooklyn Public Library’s Information Commons

Resources for the Everyday Designer at Brooklyn Public Library’s Information Commons

We’re delighted to welcome Melissa Morrone back to the site to share an update on the multifunctional community Info Commons at Brooklyn Public Library.  Read on to learn more about their DIY Design Assistance drop-in workshops, run by a dedicated volunteer. And don’t miss the other exciting posts in our series on BPL’s Info Commons! ~Erinn by Melissa Morrone...
Provincetown Public Press: The Good, the Bad, and the Unknown

Provincetown Public Press: The Good, the Bad, and the Unknown

We can’t get enough of innovative ways to support and collect community-created content, so we invited Matt Clark and Cheryl Napsha of Provincetown Public Library, to write a series of posts on different aspects of the library’s new e-publishing venture, Provincetown Public Press.  This week, they’re following-up with a summary of their efforts so far– obstacles,...
Media World! at Brooklyn Public Library’s Information Commons

Media World! at Brooklyn Public Library’s Information Commons

We’re delighted to welcome Melissa Morrone back to the site to share an update on the multifunctional community Info Commons at Brooklyn Public Library.  Read on to learn more about a special volunteer who helps to teach users about the recording studio as a way to give back to his community. And don’t miss the other exciting posts...