Last spring, the Tween librarian I work with mentioned to me that there might be interest among our library patrons for some sort of kids roleplaying game as a library program because parents often asked about our Dungeons and Dragons group but we limit that to tweens and teens grades 5+. I started looking into … Continue reading Collaborative Storytelling and RPGs for Kids in the Library.
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Use What You Have: Supporting Children’s Services with a Makerspace
My library has a great makerspace that we call the Ideaspace, it includes both in-library and circulating technology to support patron creativity and technology use. While our in-library resources are great for patron programs and to support access, having a makerspace is great resource for patrons, makerspace technology can also be used to support children's … Continue reading Use What You Have: Supporting Children’s Services with a Makerspace