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Spring Fling 2015: Construction Ahead
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Construction Ahead: Building STEAM in Libraries through Partnerships, Services, and Programs

Wednesday, April 29, 2015 | 10:00AM - 11:00AM
Webinar
Presented by the CLA Youth Services Interest Group 

Presenters: Wess Garcia, Programming Librarian, Rancho Cucamonga Library; Pam Carlson, Children's Librarian at the Long Beach Public Library; Brenda McIlroy Program Librarian, Santa Cruz Public Libraries

Want amazing ideas on how to connect science, technology and engineering with fiction? Have you dreamed of turning math or art concepts into fun activities at your library? Learn tips on how to master that STEAM power and more! Join the Youth Services Interest Group's Spring Fling and breathe a little STEAM into your story times, after-school hours and programs!

 

About the Presenters

Wess Garcia is a Programming Librarian with Rancho Cucamonga Library Services where he has worked on several projects including the Play and Learn Island™ project, Digital Literacy Grant, and participated in the Staff Innovation Fund.  In 2012 he worked closely with technology staff to create the “STEM Education” series at the library which now includes: Robotics, Video Game Design and Electrical Engineering workshops.  He loves creating programs that encourage people to learn about history and science.

Pam Carlson has been a children’s librarian for 30 years. During those years, she began the library at Orangewood Children’s Home in Orange County, had the opportunity to do a story time while visiting Russia as part of a teacher exchange program, and has presented numerous times for CLA. She currently serves as a reviewer for VOYA, is the California representative to the Collaborative Summer Library Program, and designed the SpecialConnect area for families with autism at the Main Library in Long Beach.

Brenda McIlroy is a Program Librarian at Santa Cruz Public Libraries. This means that she travels around the county with programs, activities and events for patrons of all ages. Brenda is a scientist and artist, and an active advocate for STEM/STEAM. She encourages the use of trash or “found treasures” for alternative maker spaces that are within the reach of everyone.

 

 

Please note:

  • Refunds cannot be issued within three weeks of an event taking place.
  • All refunds are subject to a $25 processing fee.
  • Events costing $25 and under are not eligible for refunds.
  • If any early bird rate is offered, mail-in registrations must be received by the CLA office by 5pm on the day of the deadline to receive the early-bird registration rate.
  • CLA member rates: person must be an Individual Voting or Supporting CLA member to receive the discounted member rate for workshops or webinars. 
  • Group rates for webinars: one person must register for the entire group and the login information will be sent to that person. If the person registering the group is a CLA member the group is entitled to the member rate. Group rates are intended for four or more individuals viewing the webinar together. The login information you receive may only be used on one machine.
  • Webinars will be recorded and the recording will be made available to all registrants at a later date at no extra fee.
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