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Pixilation Animation Technique

Pixelation props

Pixilation is a stop-motion technique using people as the subject of an animated film. It resembles human puppetry as live actors repeatedly pose for a sequence of animated frames. This type of animation also makes use of large props and other found objects. Pixilation is a great way to explore stop-motion animation and could be incorporated into science classes, storytimes and beyond. 

Host Authors at Your Library and Get Them Begging to Come Back

If you have ever wanted to host authors at your library, or perhaps attract bigger names, then this webinar is for you. Learn the ins and outs of getting ideas for authors, finding out when they're on tour, pitching publicists, and how best to follow up. Improve the vivaciousness of your author line up and host events that will have your patrons talking for months!

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This webinar series explains, step by step, how to use the “turning outward” approach created by The Harwood Institute for Public Innovation. The approach emphasizes taking steps to better understand communities; changing processes and thinking to make conversations more community-focused; becoming more proactive to community issues; and putting community aspirations first.

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