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Filming in the library
Filming in the library
in Program Models

Students read a YA book, then created and produced a digital trailer to inspire others to read it.

One finished game made by a student.
One finished game made by a student.
in Program Models

A public librarian in Sacramento teaches students at Title I schools how to create video games.

Student presenting his Ted-ED Club presentation
Student presenting his Ted-ED Club presentation

With TED Talks' TED-Ed Clubs, librarians can encourage young people to share their big ideas.

A person types on their laptop.
A person types on their laptop.
in News

Is your well of programming ideas running dry? Find inspiration in some of our favorite blogs.

Children playing the board game Battleship
Children playing the board game Battleship
Blog by Jenn Carson

Inspired by a school gym class, this life-size version of the classic tabletop game is fun for all ages.

Factile offers a Jeopardy board for anyone to create their own game.
Factile offers a Jeopardy board for anyone to create their own game.
in Program Models

Make financial literacy (or any topic) fun with a trivia game that you create using free online software.

Is your library 'Ready Player One' ready?
Is your library 'Ready Player One' ready?

Connect with "Ready Player One" fans in time for the movie release in March 2018.

Teens using computers
Teens using computers

Teen Tech Week is March 4-10, 2018. Here are some low-cost ideas to get your creative juices flowing.