Welcome to Learning in Libraries
All students ages 13-16 who are interested in developing skills needed to become the next generation of tech innovators and community leaders are invited to join the Learning in Libraries program! Participants will be provided with a tool kit and supplies to discover and create basic technological applications like circuitry in a fun and collaborative environment.
In addition, Learning in Libraries ensures that librarians possess the expertise to effectively deliver culturally responsive programming and serve as computer science educators. Students participate in summer camps that are lead by librarians at each of the program sites.
Our library partners, who will serve as our project sites over a two-year period, include the Ypsilanti District Library (Michigan), Imperial County Free Library (California), and Tempe Public Library (Arizona). To find out more about each library site and how you can REGISTER today, please visit the Locations, Dates, and Registration page.
Learning in Libraries is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.