Teen Tech Fridays take place every third Friday of the month at the Southeast Steuben County Library from 3:30- 5pm. Here you can find upcoming events, view projects that have been done and find the resources we used. Take a look at some of the great things teens have created so far…
Teen Tech Week: Create it at your library
Enter the world of e-textiles when you create a pair of touch screen compatible gloves for the chilly months of winter. Work with conductive yarn to transform a pair of your own gloves, or start from scratch with a provided pair. Stop by the Children’s desk to participate in this activity.
March 9, 10 | 3:30-5:30
Embark on an electronic exploration of soft circuits and embroidered art. Use Wednesday to sketch your design, chose your embroidery techniques and bring life to your original design with thread. Thursday will be used to plan your circuit and bring light to your design with conductive thread and light emitting diodes. Thursday evening Creation Station is open until 7:30 if you need more time to work.
The next Teen Tech Friday is…
Friday, March 18
Did you know that we have a Wikipedia group that meets at the library once a month? Join us on the first Monday of every month from 3:30-5:30 to contribute to one of the most popular websites in the WORLD.
Do you have a great idea or suggestion? Let me know!
LED Paper Circuits– Light up cards crafted with paper circuitry.
3D Printing -View the 3D printed customized Jack’O’Lanterns we created.
Scratch -Create video games and more.
Prezi -Create zooming presentations instead of boring PowerPoints.
Word Clouds -Info graphics of words.