Durham County Library will host a series of STEM programs for teens beginning on Monday, June 16, at the Main Library, 300. N. Roxboro Street. The programs are part of the Teen Tech Learning Lab – Where Science and Imagination Collide!, an initiative funded in part by a grant from Duke Energy Foundation and aimed at providing teens and young adults with ongoing experiential learning opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math related fields.
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From April 7, 2014 to April 27, 2104, Durham County Library will be conducting an online survey to find out how our patrons use the library’s computers and internet connection and how this service has made a positive impact on their lives. This information will help the library improve its technology services and communicate the […]
In celebration of Teen Tech Week and the theme DIY @ Your Library, DCL will be hosting several technology workshops in collaboration with SplatSpace of Durham. The workshops are for all skill levels, but registration is required. For more information on maker space activities visit splatspace.org. SCRATCH Monday, Mar. 10, 4 – 5 p.m. @ […]
Duke Energy Foundation has awarded Durham Library Foundation a $25,000 grant to fund the launch of a Teen Tech Learning Lab – a one-year program offered at the Main Library that puts digital technology in teens’ hands and pairs them with experts, tutors and mentors who provide training and support.
The Southwest Durham County Library branch is hosting it’s second Teen Tech Camp! At this year’s event, we will be teaching students how to program using Python on a Raspberry Pi, a microcomputer specially designed for teaching programming. Each student will walk away from this tutorial with the basic foundations of Python programming knowledge, PLUS […]