Vintage tech for teen

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This poster was created for one of my classes. The idea was inspired by me. The setting idea & theme came from the Free Library of Philadelphia.

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Vintage tech for teen

  1. 1. Teen Tech Week @ SIS LIS 2360 Technology in the Lives of Children 1. SummaryVintage Tech for Teens will give teens a 5. Plan of Actionbasic introduction to obsolete technologies •Before the program:and offer them space and time to createsomething new from old materials.A tutorial on safety and the overall Vintage Tech for • • Post event on library website Begin taking registrationsmechanics of the appliances will start offthe workshop, followed up with an Teens • Solicit college volunteer help; screen ed/trained appropriately From Trash toarts/crafts and invention segment to let the • Solicit donations of old machines; contactteens explore new uses for these old hazardous waste people about post-eventtechnologies. Treasures • recycling Contact high school computer teachers and clubs to advertize • Make and post flyers 2. Intended audience 4. Resources • Research for and prepare talk—or have• English- or Spanish-speaking teens ages •Hardware: college volunteers do this • Donated computers, phones, game consoles, and 13-18 • Gather tools and craft equipment music- players; projector and computer• Project conceptualized for either an •Software: Day of: urban or suburban library • PowerPoint, Internet • Greet kids and have them make nametags;• Up to 20 participants who will self- •Human: 25-30 minute history/parts- divide into groups of 5 based on their identification/safety lesson; break into •Librarian; 2-3 college computer science groups and get creative; evaluation at the skill with technology and tools volunteers who have completed background end clearances; time for the session itself; time to prepare the presentation and gather equipment •Library: • 3. Rationale for the program Room with tables and chairs for 25; books on crafts and old technologies ; basic tools and craftThis workshop is a way to integrate hands-on supplies—screwdrivers, hammers, hot glue, tape, etc.education and play. The structure will allowsufficient freedom to enable both messing •Other:around and geeking out. • various advertising Rose Radkowski •Websites: • http://www.old-computers.com/ Jessica Smith • http://pcsupport.about.com/od/safetyconsiderat Nelida Vazquez ions/qt/safety_tips.htm

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