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  • 695 sessions in last year. up 25% from first year. Individuals often repeat visits. Groups use sporadically, as needed.
  • ISTE is the
  • We grow readers and learners. We share community resources. We support school curriculums. We provide access to advanced hardware & software not affordable to all. We encourage collaborative learning.
  • What do you want kids to be able to do? You may not need all of the premium software. What are the local schools using? LEGO Mindstorms & WeDo www.legoeducation.us Little Bits www.littlebits.com Rainbow Cube www.seedstudio.com Makey Makey makeymakey.com Arduino www.arduino.cc Raspberry Pi www.raspberrypi.org Many of these products provide education support.
  • What do you want kids to be able to do? You may not need all of the premium software. What are the local schools using? LEGO Mindstorms & WeDo www.legoeducation.us Little Bits www.littlebits.com Rainbow Cube www.seedstudio.com Pinterest Page
  • Privacy Consider how you will cultivate creative content before you start the project. Discuss policies and procedures before starting your PR campaign. Staffing One-on-One Appointments Mentors: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: www.clpgh.org/teens/programs/thelabs Schedule Time for Specific Project Help Monthly or Weekly Projects with Step-by-Step Instructions Access What will kids need to access the room: library card, school ID, parent's permission? Will you restrict age or limit the number of people in the room? How will you balance protecting the space with providing access to kids?
  • Seed interest in your lab through programs. Use programs and lab to build off each other. Needs funds? Consider approaching community donors to fund classroom equipment sets.
  • ALA Ryann

    1. 1. Ryann Uden @ryuden Head of Youth Services Barrington Area Library, Barrington, IL
    2. 2. Media Lab 2010
    3. 3. Converted from a study room in 2010 10 x 13 ft $20,000 (equipment and furniture) 1 multipurpose Mac workstation Specs
    4. 4. Media Labs for Kids
    5. 5. "Simply being able to use technology is no longer enough. Today's students need to be able to use technology to analyze, learn, and explore. Digital age skills are vital for preparing students to work, live, and contribute to the social and civic fabric of their communities." International Society for Technology in Education,
    6. 6. Digital Age Skills ISTE.org
    7. 7. Why Libraries?
    8. 8. Kids Lab Software and Hardware www.legoeducation.us scratch.mit.edu
    9. 9. Kids Lab Software and Hardware Arduino.cc Raspberry Pi
    10. 10. Kids Lab Considerations
    11. 11. Kids Lab Program Connections • Stop-motion • Toontastic • Mindstorms • WeDo • Scratch Animation • Tech Open Lab
    12. 12. Other Program Ideas Skokie Public Library Caldecott Exhibit Celebration Screen
    13. 13. Future Plans
    14. 14. Two Media Labs & One Maker Lab
    15. 15. One Kids Lab
    16. 16. Questions Ryann Uden @ryuden Head of Youth Services Barrington Area Library ruden@balibrary.org Pinterest: ryannmurphyuden Program Questions: Mike Campagna @mkc8b Youth Services Librarian mcampagna@balibrary.org Renovation Info: balibrary.org/library-renovation.html

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