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I was really grateful to see that [STAR_Net Activities] were such a robust, well thought out, nicely designed curriculum. It’s truly discovery-based. This curriculum is very hands-on and it’s very inexpensive. The project has been fantastic.
Library Staff Member, Boulder Public Library
Having hands-on things in the library is the way things are moving and need to move, and will happen more and more. Having that opportunity to interact and play with something and investigate something new, I think really gives the books more meaning.
Library Staff Member, Public Library
Providing the Discover Earth exhibit to the community has widened our staff and patrons’ definition of what a library can and should be.
Carol Probeyahn, East Meadow Library

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Paper Airplane Challenge!

May 18th, 2016|0 Comments

Last week my Crafternoon participants (with a few moms and one teen-aged sister included) enjoyed a paper plane tournament.  It was a

An Even Briefer History of Time – Time, Deep Time, and The Enormity of Space

May 9th, 2016|0 Comments

--This is the full version of an article that originally appeared in the Anythink Library System Newspaper-- Have you ever noticed

Host a BioBlitz at the Library

May 3rd, 2016|0 Comments

BioBlitz participant examining a planter with a magnifying glass. As part of Earth Day celebrations, the Skokie Public Library

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An Even Briefer History of Time – Time, Deep Time, and The Enormity of Space

Have you ever noticed that the older you get; the more time seems to fly? When you were four years old, desperately waiting for your family vacation, it seemed like it would never come. And once you got there, it seemed like you were there for almost forever. Now, the wait for that same trip may seem like there’s not enough time to even pack, and once you’re there, it’s over in an instant.

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STAR_Net is seeking support from foundations, corporations, professional associations, and individuals to expand the reach of this innovative STEM program to every community in the nation.

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