Monthly Archives: November 2013

Homeschool Art: Egyptian Portraits

For the month of November, we are focusing on art and science projects related to the Ancient Egyptians. Their culture is rich with scientific principles, and interesting art. For our first project of the month, I decided to base my … Continue reading

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Homeschool Science: Buoyancy

I began my volunteer programming this week at Homestead Library, where I was formerly the Interim Programming Coordinator, running all of the programming (Adult, Teen, K-5, Toddler), and before that an Intern who focused on programming. When my Interim position … Continue reading

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Job Transitions, Maker Spaces and Volunteering

While the change from Programming Coordinator at Homestead to Library Clerk at CLP Squirrel Hill has been difficult, I’ve already learned a lot this week!! I can do so many new things with Millennium, and I’ve been passing along all … Continue reading

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Kids Corner: Lego Fun

To develop interesting programming related to engineering is a goal across libraries today, and one of the most typical go-to’s for librarians is the use of Legos. Awesome for me, ACLA and the EINetwork (which supports Allegheny County in PA) … Continue reading

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