In our efforts to create young readers and lifelong learners, we incorporate technology into our library facilities, programs and services. Providing kids with an opportunity to create with books, technology, paint and LEGOS gives young learners the chance to explore new interests. At the same time, they develop important critical thinking, problem solving, creative, storytelling and communication skills. Even if your child doesn’t grow up to be a professional stop-motion filmmaker, the skills they learn making a 30 second video provide a great foundation for future learning.
Have questions about technology and the library? Contact Ryann Uden, Head of Youth Services, for more information.