Creating apps, cracking codes, whipping up GIFs, XBox gaming: Check in and check out all kinds of stuff as the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library does Teen Tech Week March 10-16. Libraries and schools across the country join in the year's theme: "Check In @ your Library.” It's aimed at showing off the technology available, from online homework help to e-books and databases. Teen Tech week offers its first workshop at 3 p.m. March 11 at Independence Regional Library, where kids 12-18 can explore 3-D printing, electronics theory with Hackerspace, stop-motion animation, computer programming and more. Other workshops will range from science and art applications of digital technologies to programs about career fields. For more info, go to www.libraryloft.org and www.cmlibrary.org, call 704-416-4660 or email email@example.com. The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is also on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube.
Monday, March 4, 2013
Posted by Helen Schwab at 6:18 PM