The library has special programming for teens that puts the latest tech tools and toys at their fingertips. Program an Ozobot, build something cool with a 3D pen or learn how to create objects to print on the library’s 3D printer.
Past STEAM programs for teens
Most of the activities include a creative or artistic component on top of the science, allowing teens to exercise their creativity and originality in addition to learning tech skills.
Social robotics workshop – learning about how robots learn, and how to program them to behave correctly
3Doodlers – creating freehand 3D objects
3D design and printing – learning to use Sketchup to create a 3D model, and printing it on a 3D printer
E-textiles – using tiny circuit boards, batteries, LEDs, and conductive thread to create circuits in clothing and other textiles
Paper circuits – using copper tape and LEDs to create circuits in artistic pop-up cards