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Dash & Dot by Wonder Workshop are exciting, hands-on learning tools for students in grades K-5! Targeted at teaching creative problem solving, coding, and robotics, Dash & Dot give every student a head start on fundamental STEM principles and 21st century skills. Every year robotics clubs participate in the international Wonder League Robotics Competition, where […]
Christopher the Director of the School Library System of the Genesee Valley Educational Partnership, a gamer, writer, and conference speaker as well as a former SLJ contributor and speaker at LJ‘s Code Your Library online course.
Brook Osborne is the Education Program Manager at Code.org. She was previously the opening keynote for Code Your Library and is a facilitator for Building Sustainable Coding Programs.
Nate Stone is the Program Coordinator for the ideaLAB, a makerspace located in Denver Public Library’s Community Technology Center in Denver, Colorado, where he teaches web development, coding, and other ways of making things. He ended up in libraryland after collecting a series of odd skills in the community organizing and youth development fields. He […]
Jennifer Koerber is an independent trainer and speaker on emerging technologies, the social web, usability in a library setting, and staff development. She is a selfhacked techsavvy librarian, and has observed how people interact with technology for nearly 20 years as a children’s librarian, reference librarian, library branch manager, web services librarian, and public training […]