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Story Time from Space: Live Downlink

September 16th, 2020|0 Comments

Story Time From Space is having their first LIVE DOWNLINK from the International Space Station on Monday, September 21, 2020 at 10:30 am Central.

(Resource List) Culturally Responsive STEAM Programming: Engaging Latinx Communities in Rural Areas

September 14th, 2020|0 Comments

STEAM Equity Webinar Resource List Contact Claire Ratcliffe (cratcliffe@spacescience.org) or BeeBee Browne (bbbrowne@ala.org) for questions Guest Presenters: Veronica Casanova, Librarian IV, Tulare

(Resource List) Level Up Your Facilitation and be a “Guide on the Side” for Virtual and In-Person STEAM Programs

September 9th, 2020|0 Comments

Hi everyone! This is the resource list of links for the CAL 2020 Pre-Conference Workshop, Level Up Your Facilitation and be

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Public libraries are a pillar of education for all. We have an opportunity and a responsibility to offer educational experiences for our communities. STEM learning is part of this and highly important for the continued development and health of our society, both intellectually and economically.
Discover NASA Host Library Staff Member
What we are doing in public libraries truly IS important to the lifelong education of our citizens. That it’s more than something “nice to have” or “just for fun.” It’s given us a whole new perspective knowing that there is research behind the efficacy of programming in informal environments like ours. We now feel empowered to own that position.
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The Discover Earth exhibit has widened our staff and patrons’ definition of what a library can and should be.
Carol Probeyahn, , Director, East Meadow Library

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